This year’s Reading/Leeds Festival weekends have just confirmed a huge bunch of bands to be joining the weekend line-up, including Skindred, Alkaline Trio, Pure Love, Lower Than Atlantis and more. The full list of all of this year’s latest additions are detailed below:
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If there’s a band that will always pull a huge crowd in, it’s All Time Low, with tonight being no exception. Lines of teenagers wrap around the corner of Glasgow’s O2 Academy, hoping to snake their way to the front of the crowd. The capacity of the venue is 1,300 and the show is completely sold out. This isn’t really a surprise considering the line-up.
Distorted pop trio The Xcerts are set to support Lower Than Atlantis on selected dates of their upcoming UK headline tour this April. All dates are outlined below:
Set to come back with a bang with their forthcoming sophomore, ‘Nature Nurture’, Leeds grunge rockers Dinosaur Pile-Up are set to support Fidlar and Lower Than Atlantis on their headline UK tours before heading out on their own in April. All of the band’s upcoming UK dates are below:
On top of supporting We The Kings on their UK run this month, Cheshire’s Blitz Kids are also set to support Lower Than Atlantis during their forthcoming headline UK tour this April. All remaining UK tour dates for the band are listed below:
Watford’s Lower Than Atlantis have just released a music video for their brand new single, ‘Go On Strike’, taken from their recent studio album, ‘Changing Tune’. You can stream and watch the video in full below:
British rising rockers Lower Than Atlantis have just released a music video for their brand new Christmas single, titled ‘Merry Christmas (Wherever You Are)’. You can get in the festive spirit and watch the music video via the embed below:
Watford grown rockers Lower Than Atlantis have just announced a new run of UK headline dates in April 2013 for the ‘Fuck It To The Man Tour’. All dates of the tour are outlined below:
Watford pop-rockers Lower Than Atlantis are now confirmed as support for All Time Low on their upcoming headline tour across the UK this February. All dates of the tour are outlined below:
The meteroic rise of Lower Than Atlantis has certainly not been ill-deserved. With last year’s ‘World Record’ putting them at the top of the British rock heap, a deal with major label giants Island Records quickly followed, marking a definite turning point for the band. With their sound already consistently blunted with each release, it would be fair to anticipate an even more drastic shift towards the mainstream with ‘Changing Tune’ and its new commercial backing. And, the reality of the record does indeed somewhat confirm this, with dissapointingly lacklustre results.
Butserfest appears to be in the middle of nowhere: just off the motorway with very irregular public transport that ended a little before 9:00pm. On the basis of that and with advance tickets being only £20, you’d be forgiven for having low expectations about this festival. But, despite these factors Butserfest boasts one of the best festival line-ups of this summer. With a main stage full of up-and-coming newbies alongside steady favourites, coupled with a stage sponsored by Small Town Records hosting sets from a heavier bunch of bands, the line-up is intense.
Date: August 3rd, 2012
Venue: Hevy Festival, Kent
Interviewer: Zach Redrup
Format: Written / Audio
Since their hardcore humble beginnings, Lower Than Atlantis have seen their fanbase grow at an incredible rate as their sound diverted through a gritty grunge rock and currently cruising comfortably in something far more pop-rock/pop-punk. Now signed to a major record label and set to release a new album in a few months, we spoke to guitarist Ben Sansom and bassist Dec Hart before their set at Hevy Festival to talk about the new record, playing at a mainly hardcore festival and more: