Posts Tagged ‘This Time Next Year’

FEATURE: A look into pop-punk throughout 2011 and its highlights!

We all know that the mainstream in the last few years have been dominated by manufactured boy bands, passing themselves off as more than mere pop bands by their ability to play instruments, and in some cases not even then. We all know who I’m talking about. They took pop-punk and soiled its good name, and warped it beyond recognition. However, something seems to have kicked in in 2011, are we growing tired of this mainstream bullshit fad? Probably not, but growing in the underground is a movement that is growing stronger and stronger by the day and is even starting to make its push for broader horizons.

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NEWS: This Time Next Year pull out of Four Year Strong UK tour!

Originally set to support Four Year Strong early next year alongside A Loss For Words and Don Broco, pop-punk act This Time Next Year have announced they’ve sadly had to pull out, posting this official statement about the decision:

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NEWS: More supports confirmed for Four Year Strong Jan/Feb UK tour!

More support acts have been confirmed for the Four Year Strong headline UK tour in January/February. Joining the pop-punk starts comes This Time Next Year, Don Broco and A Loss For Words. All dates of the tour are as follows:

JANUARY 25 – BRIGHTON, Concorde 2
JANUARY 26 – BIRMINGHAM, HMV Library (Institute)
JANUARY 27 – LEEDS, Metropolitan University
JANUARY 28 – GLASGOW, Garage
JANUARY 29 – MANCHESTER, Academy 2
JANUARY 31 – PORTSMOUTH, Pyramid Centre
FEBRUARY 01 – LONDON, Koko

All tickets are priced at £12.50 and are now on sale.

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NEWS: This Time Next Year to support Four Year Strong on UK tour!

Off the back of their new album, ‘Drop Out Of Life’, This Time Next Year are set to support soon to be pop-punk giants Four Year Strong on their visit to the UK early next year. All confirmed dates can be seen below:

JANUARY 25 – BRIGHTON, Concorde 2
JANUARY 26 – BIRMINGHAM, Library (Institute)
JANUARY 27 – LEEDS, Metropolitan University
JANUARY 28 – GLASGOW, Garage
JANUARY 29 – MANCHESTER, Academy 2
JANUARY 31 – PORTSMOUTH, Pyramid Centre
FEBRUARY 01 – LONDON, Koko

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ALBUM: This Time Next Year – Drop Out Of Life

Release Date: September 27th, 2011
Label: Equal Vision Records
Website: None available
MySpace: www.myspace.com/thistimenextyear

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Being just one of many up and coming pop-punk bands right now; This Time Next Year explode onto the scene with their sophomore album, ‘Drop Out Of Life’. The album is full of big, crunching riffs that will have you playing air guitar in no time at all. Huge choruses that will stick around in your head longer than the sight of your mum in her underwear. It’s a real throwback to the classic pop-punk sound of New Found Glory, which will have you rolling in the nostalgia.

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NEWS: This Time Next Year release new album September 27th!

Pop-punk outfit This Time Next Year will release their sophomore full-length album, ‘Drop Out Of Life’, on September 27th through Equal Vision Records. Produced by New Found Glory guitarist Chad Gilbert, the album’s artwork and tracklist can be seen below:

01.) Drop Out Of Life
02.) Better Half
03.) Living Hell
04.) Last Call
05.) Modern Day Love Story
06.) Spoontonic
07.) Matchbook
08.) My Side Of Town
09.) Get It, Got It, Good
10.) Note
11.) This Is An Airport Train

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LIVE: Slam Dunk Festival @ University, Leeds (28/05/2011)

Date: May 28th, 2011
Venue: University, Leeds
Website: www.slamdunkmusic.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/slamdunkltd
Twitter: www.twitter.com/slamdunkmusic

Photo gallery: View it here

Celebrating its 10th anniversary with a huge bang, Slam Dunk Festival hosted some big and legendary names in the pop-punk/ska punk scene to their roster: Reel Big Fish, Goldfinger and Less Than Jake. Along with several other established aswell as up-and-coming acts spread across several stages, Slam Dunk has always been, and still remains to be, the best pop-punk event the UK has to offer. We joined in on the fun at the Leeds date of the festival weekend this year, and here’s what we thought of who we managed to catch across the day:

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NEWS: Slam Dunk Festival 2011 announce official stage times!

Slam Dunk Festival have now announced the official stage times for both the Leeds and Hatfield dates. You can check the official times of each stage on both of the festival dates below:

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NEWS: Slam Dunk 2011 announce a further three acts to the line-up!

Slam Dunk have added a further three more bands onto the festival weekend line-up. Joining the bill will be Dance Gavin Dance (who will be joined by singer Jonny Craig), pop-punkers This Time Next Year and recent Rise Records signing A Loss For Words.

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