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UK Music Round-Up (07/13/13)

Posted by - 12:06 PM on 07/13/13
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12:07 PM on 07/13/13
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Canterbury's drummer Scott has left the band. Chris Velissarides will fill in throughout their summer run of shows and the recording of their new record. Click here to read statements from Scott and the band.

The Elijah are calling it a day.

Click here to get your mitts on Disconnected, Disconnect Disconnect Records' new compilation.

Decade have signed to Spinefarm Records. Their debut full-length is set for an early 2014 release.

Grab a free download of Drones' "Empty Words" here.

Evarose have released a video for "Vice".

Head here to see The Safety Fire's clip for "Red Hatchet".

Now, Voyager will release new EP Tell-Tale Hearts on 19th August via Destroy Everything Records.

See Bleach Blood's video for "H.O.P.E." here.

CB6 have released a video for "Cold Season".

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01:39 PM on 07/13/13
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There's a new Kids in Glass houses tune on spotify, it's pretty average
06:27 PM on 07/13/13
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There's a new Kids in Glass houses tune on spotify, it's pretty average

Sorta agree still better than anything off the last album. Wish they'd put out catchy songs like off the first album and Dirt.
04:10 AM on 07/14/13
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Sorta agree still better than anything off the last album. Wish they'd put out catchy songs like off the first album and Dirt.

Agreed, Pillow Talk and Lovely Bones still get regular rotation from me. However I'm guessing there isn't a demand for catchy songs like that anymore. I'm not sure if you knew the band Futures because they did exactly that and were forced to break up.
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Agreed, Pillow Talk and Lovely Bones still get regular rotation from me. However I'm guessing there isn't a demand for catchy songs like that anymore. I'm not sure if you knew the band Futures because they did exactly that and were forced to break up.

Yeah and they are trying to grow as artists just hate when they do that they seem to lose the ability to keep the catchiness of the song. Honestly didnt even know they were bringing out a new album in just over a month. Promotion must be small! Yes Futures were great I've seen them live a few times but I always preferred when they were called Tonight is Goodbye.
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Yeah and they are trying to grow as artists just hate when they do that they seem to lose the ability to keep the catchiness of the song. Honestly didnt even know they were bringing out a new album in just over a month. Promotion must be small! Yes Futures were great I've seen them live a few times but I always preferred when they were called Tonight is Goodbye.

Yup, what was their songs Black Dress or something like that, catchy as fuck. What british bands are you listening to at the moment then?

I'm excited for The People, The Poet and Eliza and The Bear's full releases

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