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Soccer Mommy shares new single ‘Bones’, US tour dates and UK in-store shows

Soccer Mommy has released the new single ‘Bones,’ and announced new tour dates in the US and acoustic in-store shows in the UK.The track, which follows previous singles ‘Shotgun’ and ‘Unholy Affliction,’ received a music video directed by Alex Ross Perry. In the video, the Nashville singer performs a warehouse-bound rendition of the track, interspersed with a trip to the cemetery.‘Bones’ is the latest to be lifted from Soccer Mommy’s forthcoming album, ‘Sometimes, Forever’, which was produced by Daniel Lopatin (Oneohtrix Point Never) and is set for release on June 24.

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great white shark, is at it again.The adult beasts can grow up to six meters in length and have rows of sharp teeth waiting to sink into their unfortunate prey.They are believed to be responsible for a recent attack in South Africa, in which two swimmers were tragically killed.A man's body washed up on La Lucia beach in Duran last week with chunks of his flesh missing. The body of a second man was also sighted but was swept away by currents.A spokesperson for the country's emergency medical services said: "Reports indicate that while walking on the beach, a man came across the decomposing body of an adult male face down between washed-up flotsam."When medics turned the body over for assessments they found that a portion of the right upper arm and right chest were missing with multiple shark bites clearly visible."Whether it was a great white responsible is not yet confirmed and police are investigating, but the sea predator has been responsible for a few attacks in recent years.There is a theory that the eyesight of the great white shark is so bad that they mistake humans for seals, which is why they attack.Perhaps the most famous shark attack in history was the gruesome end of the USS Indianapolis during the Second World War.After the ship was torpedoed in July 1945, just 316 of the 1,196 men on board survived the sinking and many were picked off by circling sharks, drawn to the scent of blood in the water.Survivor Woody James said: "The sharks were around, hundreds of them...
Check out CHVRCHES’ new 2022 North American tour dates
CHVRCHES have announced details of a huge new North American tour for 2022 – check out the new list of dates below.The Scottish trio are fresh off a three-song performance at this week’s (March 2) BandLab NME Awards 2022 in London, where they performed with The Cure‘s Robert Smith.After a UK tour that begins next week (March 10), the band will head to the US and Mexico from the end of April, playing a host of shows that take them up until the end of June. The new headline dates begin in late May.See the band’s full list of tour dates below.MARCH 202210 – Dundee, Fat Sam’s12 – Glasgow, SWG3 Poetry Club14 – Edinburgh, O2 Academy15 – Newcastle, City Hall16 – London, Brixton Academy18 – Birmingham, O2 Academy19 – Manchester, AcademyAPRIL 202229 – Atlanta, Shaky Knees FestivalMAY 202213 – Mexico City, Tecate Emblema18 – Monterrey, Showcenter21 – Guadalajara, Corona Capital27 – Napa, BottleRock Festival30 – Tampa, Jannus31 – Miami, Revolution LiveJUNE 20221 – Orlando, House of Blues2 – Raleigh, The Ritz4 – Charlotte, The Fillmore5 – Washington, DC, 9:30 Club9 – Buffalo, Artpark10 – Grand Rapids, 20 Monroe Live11 – Indianapolis, WonderRoad Music Festival13 – Madison, The Sylvee15 – Omaha, The Admiral16 – Kansas City, Uptown Theater18 – Manchester, Bonnaroo FestivalDuring their set at the BandLab NME Awards 2022, the band performed their track ‘Asking For A Friend’ from 2021 album ‘Screen Violence’ and then teamed up with Smith for a world exclusive live premiere of ‘How Not To Drown’.
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