Up-and-comers Hey Vanity are set to support Burn The Fleet during their final ever headline tour of the UK next month, coinciding with their slot at this year’s Takedown Festival. All dates of the tour are outlined below:
Bournemouth’s Burn Out Festival have announced their second wave of bands, with 10 new acts confirmed for the 3-day festival. Check below for the full lineup. Read the rest of this entry »
Southampton’s Takedown Festival keep building their line-up and have now just announced another five bands who will be appearing at this year’s event, including Shadows Chasing Ghosts and Death Of An Artist. All new additions and an updated festival poster can be found below:
Released initially through Rock Sound Magazine, ‘The Modern Shape’ is certainly one of the more ambitious débuts you’re likely to hear this year. Burn The Fleet make some pretty hefty shifts across the album, going from timid, harmonious parts straight into crashing waves of sound, much like the influences they wear so plainly on their sleeves. The changing dynamics are reminiscent of Alexisonfire, particularly during their ‘Watch Out!’ days, whilst the use of vast soundscapes is something taken straight from the school of Thrice.
Southampton based Burn The Fleet have announced details of their new full-length album ‘The Modern Shape’, set for a September 10th 2012 release date. The full tracklisting can be seen below:
Tucked away at the end of Highbury Road is the tiny club venue, the Relentless Garage, above that venue is the even smaller upstairs room. It is ridiculously small, and is the perfect venue for bands such as those on offer tonight to get in your face and really make a name for themselves, and the fact that these three up-and-coming bands have failed to pack it out is somewhat of a disappointment.
Southampton’s latest most promising act Burn The Fleet have just released a music video for their brand new single, ‘River Song’. With their debut album coming out later this year, it won’t be long until they’re hogging feature space in music magazines. If you’re yet to listen to any of this band’s work, now is the time:
‘River Song’ is released on May 9th 2011, and will be available for free download on the band’s official BandCamp page, along with their EP and previous single, ‘Black Holes’.
Photographer Marianne Harris shoots bands on an almost daily basis, whether that be for promo shoots or during some live shows. With this in mind she’s always open to new music as it comes, so we thought we’d find out what has been rocking her 2010, so here’s her list of her 15 favourite albums of the year. She couldn’t quite decide which one deserves which position though, so here they are in alphabetical order of the artist/band name instead:
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Southampton’s Burn The Fleet are to play a few more UK shows before the year comes to an end. If you still want to catch the band live before the year is up, here’s where you can still see them:
DECEMBER 10 – NORTHAMPTON, Soundhouse (w/ Never Means Maybe)
DECEMBER 16 – IPSWICH, The Swan
DECEMBER 17 – PLYMOUTH, The White Rabbit (w/ The Deering)
DECEMBER 18 – SOUTHAMPTON, Joiners
DECEMBER 21 – LEEDS, The Well (w/ Kasiuss)
DECEMBER 22 – BOURNEMOUTH, Champions (w/ Death Of An Artist)
DECEMBER 23 – READING, Face Bar
Southampton ambient rock outfit Burn The Fleet have uploaded their debut music video for their single, ‘Black Holes’. Take a little look at it here:
Date: September 29th, 2010
Venue: The Roadhouse, Manchester
Support: Shadows Chasing Ghosts, Burn The Fleet
Website: None available
Just one album under their belt and a recent short 3-track digital EP earlier this month and Bury Tomorrow are underway on a fairly long UK headline tour. Still not quite hitting adequately large sized venues just yet, the On Waxed Wings tour may well be one of the last times you can catch the fast rising Southampton-based metalcore act in such intimate settings.
Pretty new on the block, Burn The Fleet (***) have a lot they need to prove to get strict attention set on them at this early stage in the night, especially with them beginning to receive significant media attention too. There’s a reason behind the buzz these guys are getting though, with their sincere alt rock/post-hardcore style being a nice breath of fresh air from the expected norm, and boasting great potential with tracks like ‘Children Of Fiction’ and new single ‘Black Holes’.