Posts Tagged ‘Decade’

NEWS: Deaf Havana confirm UK tour for November 2017!

Following a few more weeks of festival appearances, including a special fan-voted setlist at 2000 Trees Festival, British rockers Deaf Havana have announced that they’ll be heading out on a headline UK tour of their own this November.

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NEWS: Lower Than Atlantis and more join 2000 Trees Festival 2017!

Through an announcement on the BBC Radio 1 Rock Show yesterday evening (March 19th 2017), a further wave of bands have just been confirmed to join the line-up for this year’s 2000 Trees Festival, jumping onto a line-up already boasting the likes of Slaves, Jamie Lenman, and Beach Slang.

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ALBUM: Decade – Pleasantries

Release Date: February 24th 2017
Label: Rude Records
Website: www.decadeofficial.co.uk
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After waiting four years since Decade‘s debut LP, ‘Good Luck’, you’d be forgiven for thinking Decade may have been no more. ‘Good Luck’ had the Bath-based quintet touring alongside the likes of Tonight Alive and The Used, but was it different enough to allow them to stand out from the vast range of pop-punk that we’re accustomed to? Admittedly, it wasn’t a certainty, but ‘Light Grenades’-esque Incubus lead single ‘Daisy May’ offered a flicker of hope.

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NEWS: Crossfaith, Waterparks, and more join Slam Dunk Festival 2017!

Another month closer to Slam Dunk Festival weekend means another line-up announcement, and indeed that’s exactly what the organisers have delivered, adding a further eleven more band’s to the growing bill, which will see a headline set from Enter Shikari to celebrate the tenth anniversary of their debut LP, ‘Take To The Skies’.

The latest names to join the May Bank Holiday festivities include Crossfaith, Waterparks, Milk Teeth, Black Foxxes, and more.

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AUDIO: Decade – Turn Off Your TV

Bath based alternative rockers Decade will be releasing their eagerly awaited second album ‘Pleasantries’ in just a few more weeks, and to keep us foaming at the mouth for it they’ve unveiled a stream of the latest choice of single from the LP, ‘Turn Off Your TV’.

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NEWS: Big Spring & Wallflower to support Decade on March 2017 UK tour!

Bath’s own Decade are going to be heading out on the road for a headline run across the UK in March, to promote their sophomore LP ‘Pleasantries’ that drops next month, and they’ve now confirmed that both Big Spring and Wallflower will be joining them for the run.

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NEWS: Decade confirm headline UK tour for March 2017!

Finally on a path to release their eagerly awaited sophomore full-length effort, ‘Pleasantries’, Bath based alt rockers Decade have announced that they’ll be hitting the road for a headline UK tour in March to showcase the record live.

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VIDEO: Decade – Peach Milk

With the realisation of a second Decade album finally coming to fruition in the next few weeks, the Bath based alternative rock outfit have now unveiled another cut, ‘Peach Milk’, from their upcoming sophomore album, ‘Pleasantries’.

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NEWS: Decade detail sophomore LP, ‘Pleasantries’, out February 24th 2017!

They’ve been sitting on it for a little while now, but Bath based alt rockers Decade have now confirmed details surrounding the follow-up to their 2014 debut, ‘Good Luck’. Their new album, ‘Pleasantries’, is set for release on February 24th 2017 via Rude Records.

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NEWS: Sophomore details debut album, ‘God Save My Beating Heart’, out November 1st 2016!

After unveiling a video for his new song ‘Shallow Grave’ a few weeks ago, singer/songwriter and producer Sophomore (or, Alex Sears of Decade) has now confirmed the details surrounding what will be his debut solo album, ‘God Save My Beating Heart’. Written and recorded over the course of several months in his flat in Bath, the album is set to be self-released on November 1st 2016.

You can check out the artwork, full track listing, and streams of ‘Shallow Grave’ and ‘Hologram’ below:

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