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NEWS: Trash Boat announce headline UK tour for September 2016!

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British pop-punk outfit Trash Boat have unveiled six UK headline shows that will follow their appearance at Reading & Leeds Festival weekend next month.

You can find the tour details listed below:

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VIDEO: Trash Boat – The Guise Of A Mother

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With their debut album ‘Nothing I Write You Can Change What You’ve Been Through’ set to drop in just a few days time, Trash Boat have now unveiled a video to accompany ‘The Guise Of A Mother’, the latest track to be cut from the record.

You can stream and watch the video for ‘The Guise Of A Mother’ below:

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VIDEO: Trash Boat – How Selfish I Seem

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British pop-punk up-and-comers Trash Boat have just debuted a video for their track ‘How Selfish I Seem’, the second single to be cut and lifted from their eagerly awaited debut full-length ‘Nothing I Write You Can Change What You’ve Been Through’, which will hit the shelves next month.

You can stream and watch the video below:

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NEWS: Trash Boat confirm debut LP, ‘Nothing I Write You Can Change What You’ve Been Through’, out June 17th 2016!

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St. Albans based pop-punk newcomers Trash Boat have just unveiled details surrounding their debut full-length record, titled ‘Nothing I Write You Can Change What You’ve Been Through’, which is scheduled for release on June 17th 2016 through Hopeless Records.

You can take a find the album artwork, full track listing, and pre-order links below:

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NEWS: Slam Dunk 2016 confirms 11 more bands, including Young Guns, coldrain and As It Is!

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Slam Dunk Festival, taking place this year across the bank holiday weekend of May 28th-30th, has released the names of eleven new bands for its 2016. The news additions join the likes of previously announced Panic! At The Disco, Of Mice And Men and Mallory Knox, and you can view them below:

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NEWS: 2000 Trees Festival confirms first acts for 2016, including Refused, Twin Atlantic and While She Sleeps!

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2000 Trees Festival, set to take place July 7th-9th at Upcote Farm, Cheltenham, has confirmed the first wave of acts to join its 2016 bill. You can check out the new additions below:

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INTERVIEW: Trash Boat (25/05/2015)

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Over the years, much like a lot of other genres, the face and shape of pop-punk has changed, with more outfits opting for more punk over pop than the pop over punk that the likes of Blink-182 and Yellowcard would go for. One of the UK’s rising stars in this new wave of the genre are Trash Boat, who’ve just just dropped their second EP, ‘Brainwork’, before opening up Slam Dunk Festival for the weekend.

Whilst at the Midlands date of the festival in Wolverhampton, we caught up with the guys to talk about their summer ahead, their recent ‘Brainwork’ EP, joining the Hopeless Records label roster and a bunch more.

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LIVE: Slam Dunk Festival @ City Centre, Leeds (23/05/2015)

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Date: May 23rd, 2015
Venue: City Centre, Leeds
Website: www.slamdunkmusic.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/slamdunkltd
Twitter: www.twitter.com/slamdunkmusic

When it first began a decade ago, no many would’ve thought at the time that Slam Dunk Festival would be still going stronger than ever for it’s 10 year anniversary. Yet, here we are, in the new location and layout of it original home in Leeds, and a headline slot from British pop-rock favourites You Me At Six to boot. To celebrate in all of the festivities, we headed down there and got involved with all of the Slam Dunk fun.

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VIDEO: Trash Boat – Eleven

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UK pop punks Trash Boat have unveiled their new video for ‘Eleven’, which is lifted from their EP ‘Brainwork’, available now via Hopeless Records. Check it out below:

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EP: Trash Boat – Brainwork

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Release Date: May 18th 2015
Label: Hopeless Records
Website: None available
Facebook: www.facebook.com/trashboatuk
Twitter: www.twitter.com/trashboatuk

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Joining the likes of Milk Teeth, ROAM and Neck Deep in a recent string of UK bands to ink a deal with the mighty Hopeless Records, Trash Boat appear to have left their mark. Stealing Kerrang!‘s fresh blood award, the St. Albans mob have achieved all this within a year of their inception, and with just one self-release to their name.

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