Posts Tagged ‘Nervus’

NEWS: The Xcerts, Hellions, and more join 2000 Trees Festival 2018!

Already confirmed to be headlined by both Enter Shikari and At The Drive-In, it seems like this year’s 2000 Trees Festival in Cheltenham could be the best yet. Now, the organisers have just confirmed yet another batch of acts that’ll be joining the 2018 line-up.

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NEWS: InMe, MC Lars, and more named for Teddy Rocks Festival 2018!

Festival announcements have been popping up left, right, and centre lately, and if your head isn’t in a whirl from all the excitement just yet then Dorset’s Teddy Rocks Festival certainly aren’t to be outdone with last year’s line-up boasting acts like Twin AtlanticCreeper, and Fort Hope.

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VIDEO: Nervus – It Follows

Watford based up-and-comers Nervus have their sophomore album ‘Everything Dies’ on the way in a few weeks time, but to keep us tied over for the time being, the band have now debuted a suspenseful video for their song ‘It Follows’, directed by the critically acclaimed Tony Nigelson.

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LIVE: Creeper @ Trinity, Bristol (05/12/2017)

Date: December 5th 2017
Venue: Trinity, Bristol
Support: Nervus / Can’t Swim / Microwave


If there were a band that epitomised the music scene in 2017, it would be Creeper. The band have absolutely exploded unlike any other band in the last decade or so, and have managed to amass such a dedicated cult-like fanbase which could be compare to My Chemical Romance‘s early days. Tonight, the band are at the tail-end of their Theatre Of Fear tour, with the band promising an ambitious show and a brand-new stage production.

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NEWS: Milk Teeth announce headline UK tour for March 2018!

Having just wrapped up a support slot across the UK alongside pop-rock kings Good Charlotte, Stroud based grunge/punk rock quartet Milk Teeth have confirmed dates a UK headline tour run of their own for March.

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VIDEO: Nervus – Sick Sad World

“I wasted too much time / got lost in someone else’s life.” Nervus have unveiled the video for their brand new song, ‘Sick Sad World’. The song, a cracking pop-punk track in the vein of Alkaline Trio, comes in advance of their sophomore album, ‘Everything Dies’, which drops on March 9th 2018 on Big Scary Monsters.

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