MAYPINE releasing their EP “In The Back Of My Mind” in August
Hailing from Brighton, MAYPINE was formed in mid 2016, and rapidly progressed through the Brighton scene, already establishing themselves as one of the most exciting new pop-punk bands in the UK.
The band spent the summer months in 2016 crafting their set and refining their live show in anticipation for their Winter UK tour. Following their single A Little Sooner which was released on 15th May, the quintet are ready to present their EP In The Back Of My Mind, due to be released on 4th August 2017.
To Support the release of their EP, alongside a UK tour with much revered Brit pop-punkers Better Than Never and Coast To Coast, this year is anticipated to be a very eventful one. Before the band fully take flight, catch MAYPINE live this August, at the below intimate venues:
MAYPINE – August tour:
Friday 04 – Hope & Ruin, Brighton*
Saturday 05 – Mulberry Tavern, Sheffield
Sunday 06 – Creepy Wee Pub, Dunfermline (Acoustic/afternoon set)
Sunday 06 – The Attic/The Garage, Glasgow***
Tuesday 08 – Retro Bar, Manchester***
Thursday 10 – The Shed, Leicester**
Friday 11 – The Thunderbolt, Bristol**
Saturday 12 – The Attic, Torquay**
Sunday 13 – The Joiners, Southampton**
Monday 14 – The Black Heart, Camden**
Tuesday 15 – The Attic, Ashford**
Wednesday 16th – TJ’s, Eastbourne*.
(*MAYPINE | **w/ Better Than Never | *** w/ Coast To Coast)
To find out more about MAYPINE, visit their sites using the links below;
Official Website: https://www.maypineofficial.com/
Partisan to release their new single “Too Late” on 30th June 2017
Formed in Manchester in 2013, Partisan are a Rock band who are committed to their cause. Their punchy, bold and unflinching anthems are taking authentic rock back into the mainstream, evidenced by their ever increasing fanbase.
Now Partisan return with ‘Too Late” a song that marks a change of direction. Embracing a funkier sound, the single sees the band deliver a rallying cry against the backdrop of the UK’s general election. Lead vocalist Stuart Armstrong says “I wanted to write a song that encapsulated a sense of frustration among so many in the current political climate”.
To find out more about Partisan, visit their sites using the links below;
Official Website: https://www.wearepartisan.rocks
Read our previous article featured Partisan: “Two Lovers” review
JayCee to cerebrate their 2nd EP release
Welsh alt-rock quartet JayCee announced releasing heir 2nd EP on 24th June 2017.
Almost a year go, the band released their self-titled debut EP, which showed their talent with plenty of originality.
You can read our review and interview here; JayCee debut EP – review / interview
Looking forward to finding out what the young band bring to us this time!
EP2 launch party will be on the release day 24th June in Swansea, Wales. Go and hear their new songs live!
Event page: JayCee EP2 Launch Party
To find out more about JayCee, visit their sites using the links below;
Official Website: http://jayceeband.com/