Posts Tagged ‘Army Of Freshmen’

NEWS: Army Of Freshmen and Hey Vanity to support Lit on their November UK tour!

Veteran pop-punks Lit have announced that Army Of Freshmen and Hey Vanity will be joining them on their November headline UK tour, where they will be playing ‘A Place In The Sun’ in full to commemorate its 15th anniversary. Check out the poster and dates below for full details:

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LIVE: Hit The Deck Festival @ Nottingham (21/04/2013)

Date: April 21st, 2013
Venue: Rock City / The Rescue Rooms / Stealth / The Forum, Nottingham
Website: www.hitthedeckfestival.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/hitthedeckfestival
Twitter: www.twitter.com/hitthedeckfest

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Growing and expanding to be able to now accomodate two dates in two separate cities, Hit The Deck Festival has certainley come a long ways since its humble beginnings a few short years back in 2011. Taking place across new second home Bristol and original location Nottingham, we decided to take part yet again this year and headed to Nottingham to catch what will yet again be a great day for rock and alternative music.

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NEWS: Hit The Deck Festival announce first wave of bands and Bristol date for 2013!

Nottingham’s annual indoor Hit The Deck Festival have announced the first wave of bands for next years event, as well as adding an extra date in Bristol for the first time ever. A full list of all acts confirmed for next year thus far are listed below, along with a festival poster and additional event information:

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VIDEO: Army Of Freshman – Ava

Californian pop-punk band Army Of Freshmen have posted the video for their brand new single ‘Ava’from their upcoming 5th album ‘Happy To Be Alive’. Check it out below.

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LIVE: Zebrahead @ Club Academy, Manchester (05/12/2011)

Date: December 5th, 2011
Venue: Club Academy, Manchester
Support: Paige, Army Of Freshmen
Website: www.zebrahead.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/zebrahead
Twitter: www.twitter.com/zebrahead

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Starting up proceedings tonight are London based pop-punk outfit Paige (***), who replace Attack! Attack!‘s original slot on this tour. This band are here to warm up the crowd and that’s exactly what they do, getting them to clap and wave through songs such as ‘For Better For Worse’ and ‘This Is How We Roll!’. While throughout the set the harmonies between bassist Lewis White and guitarist Arthur Walwin are great, Walwin‘s stronger vocals seem a little clumsy at times which harms the performance. That said, on set closer and crowd favourite ‘Young Summer’, all vocals are perfect, which demonstrates that this band really have a lot of talent and are definitely one to keep an eye on in the future.

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