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London based hippy pop trio F.U.R.S have recently finished touring the UK alongside former Smiths guitarist Johnny Marr. Having won critical praise from XFM’s very own master champion of new music John Kennedy already, it is surely only a matter of time before others sit up and take notice. Expect to hear about upcoming tours and festival appearances soon.
Fast rising indie pop band The 1975 are currently one of the most hotly tipped bands in the UK. Last single ‘Chocolate’ made it to the Radio 1 A-list and having found most of the dates on their last UK tour selling out, they embark on another much larger tour of the UK this month.
Fat Goth’s second album STUD landed to rave reviews earlier this year from Artrocker, Kerrang, Rocksound and the BBC. Their fast riffs and witty lyrics have also won fans in BBC Scotland’s Vic Galloway and Radio 1’s Ally McCrae. The band tour the UK this month.
|Consisting of John Ridgard and Beck Wood, the psychedelic sixties pop of Coves has won praise from Huw Stephens, Lauren Laverne and Simon Raymonde. Having previously toured with Echo & The Bunnymen and Dutch Uncles already, the duo will soon be playing further UK dates.|
Young Galaxy are a Canadian indie pop band who have previously been nominated for the Polaris Music Prize, their countries version of the Mercury. The band are now on the verge of releasing their fourth album ‘Ultramarine’. They arrive in Europe this month and tour alongside CHVRCHES.
Liverpool based indie pop quartet Vasco Da Gama have just released their third EP ‘Geography’ and it’s half shouted vocals and twee math-pop ways that will surely draw comparisons to both Dananananaykroyd and Los Campesinos! The band tour the UK late April and into early May.
London based electro pop duo Death Rattle have already won comparisons to both The Knife and Sleigh Bells. Their songs which often feature driving synths and soaring vocals, have found support from XFM’s John Kennedy, 6Musics Tom Robinson and several Amazing Radio presenters. The band make a trio of UK appearances towards the end of the May.
Brighton trio Tigercub make an ear pleasing racket that will have fans of both grunge and guitar pop jumping for joy. The band play a handful of London shows this month and will be making several appearances at the forthcoming Great Escape festival. They tour the UK with Dinosaur Pile-Up