Posts Tagged ‘Brawlers’

NEWS: The Vanishing Points (ex-Brawlers) introduce themselves with ‘The Devil’s In The Detail’!

After a few years on the road, during that time releasing a handful of EPs along with their debut album ‘Romantic Errors Of Our Youth’ back in 2015, Yorkshire pop-tinged punk rockers Brawlers have regrettably decided to give themselves a bit of a break from their hectic partying and touring lifestyle. But, fear not, as it’s not all bad news; from its ashes come The Vanishing Points.

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2000 Trees Festival 2016: Bands Not To Miss

The Cotswold Hills 5000 capacity festival 2000 Trees returns for it’s 10 Year Extravaganza in 2016 with a huge line-up including headliners Twin Atlantic and Refused. The Gloucestershire multi-day music weekend has focused more on punk and rock music more than ever this year, and boast a huge amount of up and coming bands from the UK and beyond.

We’ve highlighted just a few of the artists playing that you should keep an eye out for, and even grabbed them for a chat about the festival and which of the bands they’ll be checking out themselves.

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EP: Brawlers – The Black EP

Release Date: July 1st 2016
Label: Alcopop! Records
Website: None available


Leeds’ own Brawlers are back with an epic slice of fried gold in the form of a bite-sized, five-track EP. Following on from their stellar debut album, ‘Romantic Errors Of Our Youth’, the pop-rock quartet have continued their with their awesome streak of upbeat and urgent music, and they’ve only gone and bloody built upon it, haven’t they?!

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AUDIO: Brawlers – Day Job

Up-and-coming British pop-rock outfit Brawlers have now unveiled a full stream of a brand new track, ‘Day Job’, which will feature on the band’s forthcoming release, titled ‘The Black EP’.

You can stream and listen to ‘Day Job’ via the embedded player below:

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NEWS: Mallory Knox, Animals As Leader, Creeper and more join 2000 Trees Festival 2016 bill!

2000 Trees Festival, set to take place this year July 7th-9th at Upcote Farm, Cheltenham, has added a whopping thirty three more bands cell spy to its 2016 line-up, which already includes the likes of While She Sleeps, The Bronx, ieee research paper on wsn Refused, Twin Atlantic and Neck Deep. Check out the new additions and the full bill so far below:

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NEWS: Lower Than Atlantis confirm support for December 2015 UK tour!

With their headline UK tour this December fast approaching, Watford’s Lower Than Atlantis have confirmed the support acts who will be joining them for the run. Both Moose Blood and As It Is will join the full tour, with openers Brawlers and Black Foxxes switching midway through. All dates of the UK tour are listed below:

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NEWS: Brawlers & Allusondrugs confirm co-headline UK tour for October 2015!

British up-and-comers Brawlers and Allusondrugs have confirmed that they’ll be hitting the road together on a co-headline UK tour this October, with support still yet to be confirmed. You can find all dates of the tour listed below:

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AUDIO: Brawlers – Want To Want Me (Jason Derulo cover)

Yorkshire punk rockers Brawlers have unveiled their cover of Jason Derulo‘s number 1 hit ‘Want To Want Me’, which you can enjoy via the embedded player below:

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INTERVIEW: Brawlers (26/04/2015)

Having only formed a couple of years ago and slowly slipping out a couple of songs in the form of ‘Mothers & Fathers’ and ‘Instagram Famous’, Leeds outfit Brawlers have truly burst onto the scene with a force of passion and finesse that many bands even twice as experienced as they are struggle to emulate. Now with an EP and a recent debut full-length under their belts, it seems like this is just the beginning.

As the boys also managed to secure a set at this year’s Hit The Deck Festival in Nottingham, we caught up with frontman Harry Johns at the Nottingham date to talk about finally having an album out there, how tour life has been, his experience in previous bands, and a few other things too.

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LIVE: Hit The Deck Festival @ Nottingham (26/04/2015)

Date: April 26th, 2015
Venue: Various Venues, Nottingham

After a stint at its second home in Bristol yesterday, Hit The Deck Festival has returned for yet another year in its original home of Nottingham, though has been cut down from seven stages to just four over the twelve months since it last came about. Still, with a headline slot from Skindred on the cards, the smaller dose could still carry the same punch.

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