Norwegian band Sløtface used to be known as Slutface but censorship on social media forced them to make a slight change to their name and now the ø instead of the u means they no longer have those problems.
Take Me Dancing is another catchy punk pop song from the quartet who are based in Bergen.
Sløtface will be playing on a very exciting bill at The Lexington in London on September 28th alongside Coves and INHEAVEN. This is a gig not to be missed if you’re a local. I’d love to get down to it myself but I don’t think I’m going to be able to fit it in to my schedule sadly.
You can keep up to date with the band via their Facebook page.
It probably won’t surprise you to hear INHEAVEN have made another amazing song available for your listening pleasure in Drift as every other track they have put out so far has been awesome.
Bassist Chloe Little’s vocals are much more prominent on Drift which gives it a bit of a different feel to the bands previous songs. The result though is still another catchy as fuck song from the London quartet.
As you’ve probably worked out from the praise above I really like INHEAVEN. I think they are one of the best of the new British bands around and I can’t wait to see them live again when they start their headline tour in Birmingham in a couple of weeks.
They also have a great support touring with them in Pale Waves who I’ve seen live before and can definitely recommend you check out before INHEAVEN take to the stage.
Full dates below.
September 14th – The Rainbow – Birmingham
September 15th – Moles – Bath
September 17th – Patterns – Brighton
September 21st – Think Tank – Newcastle
September 22nd – The Venue – Derby
September 23rd – The Bullingdon – Oxford
September 24th – Underground Festival – Gloucester
September 29th – The Bodega – Nottingham
September 30th – Studio 2 – Liverpool
October 1st – Southsea Festival – Portsmouth
October 5th – Clwb Ifor Bach – Cardiff
October 6th – The Underground – Plymouth
October 7th – Purple Turtle – Reading
October 8th – Neighbourhood Festival – Manchester
October 12th – O2 ABC 2 – Glasgow
October 13th – Adelphi – Hull
October 14th – Brudenell Social Club – Leeds
October 15th – Sound & Vision – Norwich
October 19th – The Boileroom – Guildford
October 20th – Boston Music Room – London
October 21st – The Cookie – Leicester
October 22nd – Ku – Stockton On Tees
Some really feisty punk today from London duo Nova Twins with Hitlist.
Hitlist has a very Rage Against The Machine vibe about it. The song is taken from the bands self-titled debut E.P. which is out now and available to purchase on vinyl here.
Amy & Georgia will be out on tour in September. Unfortunately for me they are playing The Sunflower Lounge in Birmingham on the same date I have a ticket to see Colleen Green play so unless I can get along to one of their other shows I may have to miss out on seeing them live this time round.
Full dates below.
September 20th – The Prince Albert – Brighton
September 22nd – The Louisiana – Bristol
September 23rd – Rock City – Nottingham
September 24th – Alexandra Palace – London
September 25th – The Sunflower Lounge – Birmingham
September 26th – Sound Control – Manchester
September 28th – Head Of Steam – Newcastle
Girlboss is the new project of New Zealand’s Lucy Botting. Botting used to be in the band Wet Wings.
I’ve never actually seen the film Mrs. Doubtfire but I’m sure glad I’ve heard the song of the same title because this is a really sweet indie pop song from the Wellington based musician. I love the guitars in it.
Girlboss will play their first gig soon opening for fellow Kiwi’s Yumi Zouma. If you throw the amazing Fazerdaze in to the mix it shows there is a lot of great music going on down in New Zealand at the moment.