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Listen to Bullet For My Valentine’s blistering new single, ‘Stitches’

Bullet For My Valentine have unleashed a brand new single titled ‘Stitches’ – check it out below.Previously only available in Japan, the blistering new track is taken from the upcoming deluxe edition of the Welsh metal band’s 2021 self-titled album.‘Stitches’ follows the release of ‘Omen’, which will also appear on the new version of ‘Bullet For My Valentine’, alongside three other new tracks: ‘No More Tears’, ‘Step Out From Inside’ and ‘This Means War’.“I can’t bow to all your little insecurities/ I’m picking out the stitches that you gave me/ Cut a little deeper, try and hurt me/ I’m picking out the stitches of your hate,” frontman Matthew Tuck sings on the song’s chorus.You can check out ‘Stitches’ below:Bullet For My Valentine recently announced that they’ll be heading out on the road next year, with some UK tour dates scheduled for winter.The run of shows will kick off on February 27, 2023 at Cambridge Corn Exchange, and will make stops in Bristol, Liverpool, Newcastle, Glasgow, Leeds, Birmingham and more before wrapping up in London at the Roundhouse on March 11.
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Aitch announces ‘Close To Home’ UK and Ireland tour
Aitch has announced details of his ‘Close To Home’ UK and Ireland tour – find out how to get tickets below.The 14-date tour will come in support of his newly announced debut album ‘Close To Home’, which is set for release on August 19 via Capitol.Due to kick off in Dublin on October 3, the ‘Close To Home’ tour will then visit cities including Glasgow, Leeds, Newcastle, Nottingham, Birmingham, Bristol and London.Aitch’s tour concludes on October 24 with a special show at the O2 Victoria Warehouse in his native Manchester.Tickets go on sale on June 1 at 9am, and you’ll be able to buy them here.See the dates of Aitch’s ‘Close To Home’ UK and Ireland tour below:OCTOBER03 – Olympia Theatre, Dublin06 – O2 Academy, Glasgow08 – O2 Academy, Leeds09 – O2 City Hall, Newcastle11 – O2 Academy 1, Liverpool12 – O2 Academy 1, Sheffield14 – Rock City, Nottingham16 – O2 Academy 1, Leicester17 – O2 Academy, Birmingham19 – The Great Hall, Cardiff20 – O2 Academy 1, Bournemouth21 – O2 Academy 1, Bristol22 – Alexandra Palace, London24 – O2 Victoria Warehouse, ManchesterLast week Aitch released his single ‘1989’, which samples The Stone Roses’ ‘Fools Gold’.Speaking in a recent interview with The Face, Aitch claimed that Shaun Ryder agreed to come to the studio to work on his new album in exchange for “four cans of Guinness”.According to the publication, the Happy Mondays vocalist can be heard on the album saying: “I’ve [had] loads of nights out involving drugs, sex, fucking – you name it.
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Coronation Street Dennis Tanner star's life - soap exit, record holder and pop career
Coronation street - with his appearance surprising both viewers and Weatherfield residents.He returned to the street on this day in 2011 (May 12), after 43 years away from the soap - with Dennis Tanner actor Philip Lowrie remaining on Coronation Street for a further three years before departing once more.To mark the anniversary of Dennis Tanner's return to the cobbles, Daily Star takes a look inside the life of actor Philip Lowrie - from connections to Victoria Wood to a hidden popstar career.Philip Lowrie was one of the Coronation Street OGs when the soap began on December 9, 1960 - but he originally auditioned for the part of Ken Barlow, before William Roache was offered the role.Instead, Philip was cast as the cobbles first bad-boy Dennis Tanner, with the character fresh out of a six-month stint in prison and hoping to embark on a career as a talent manager and a singer.During his time on the cobbles, a future fan favourite was also introduced as an acquaintance of Dennis' - the lovable Rita Littlewood - later known as Rita Sullivan, who famously ran the cobble's newsagents for many years when she joined the soap as a permanent character in 1972.Two years after joining the soap, Philip shared a similarity with his on-screen counterpart when he decided to embark on a career as a pop star.In 1963, he recorded a single called I Might Have Known at London's famous Abbey Road Studios, but the song failed to reach the UK charts.It is reported that his pop star career did not take off and he continued to play Dennis Tanner until Philip decided to leave Coronation Street in 1968.Dennis was written out of the series after his character left for a new job in Bristol alongside wife Jenny Sutton - and it would be many years
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'I was bullied in school having ginger afro – so shaved my head and tattooed it'
Instagram followers – is now a model who works for Rihanna’s Savage X Fenty lingerie line.And it was the Grammy Award-winning singer who inspired a young Chanel to shave her head over a decade ago.She explained: “Rihanna was a massive idol of mine and when she started doing shaved sides and back to her hair I took inspiration.“I thought ‘why not?’ So I decided to shave it all off and I looked in the mirror and thought ‘what have I done?’“It was my choice and I like to make an impact by the way I look and to go against what society says is beautiful.”And she added: “I have never grown it back since. Anyone in Bristol, if you ask do they know Chanel, and if they don’t you just say 'the bald tattoo girl' and they will say ‘oh yea I know her’.”Not just satisfied with her bald head, Chanel went further by getting it tattooed.Explaining why, she said: “I’ve got a big following of women going through alopecia or they are going through chemotherapy.“Anyone I know in Bristol, any of their friends who are women and are going through hair loss will message me and I will show them different ways to style it etc.“I remember seeing online a few years ago and this artist in the States going to alopecia parties and cancer wards and she would pen these crowns on their heads.“I saw that, and me being the most extreme person, I went and got it tattooed.”Chanel added: “I wear it very proudly and it is a very empowering thing.
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Status Quo icon Francis Rossi to play songs never performed live on Tunes and Chat tour
songs on his Tunes and Chat Tour in 2023.The Rocking All Over The World and Down Down singer will perform acoustic versions of well-known hits alongside songs that fans have yet to hear live for the first time - making the upcoming tour an unmissable night of entertainment from one of rock's greatest musicians.That's not all, as Francis will also delight fans with stories from across his amazing career, which will thread together the songs throughout the evening.At each concert, VIP packages will also be available if fans want to meet Francis Rossi before the show too.The tour will see Francis appear at music venues across the country between March - November 23, opening at Wimborne Tivoli on March 24, 2023.Tunes and Chat spans nearly 100 dates across the UK, visiting towns and cities including Warrington, Poole, Ipswich, Wirral, Lincoln, Bristol, Stockport, Guildford, Basildon, Coventry, Aberystwyth, Aberdeen and Cheltenham.Francis Rossi, whose career spans over 50 years, rose to fame as part of Status Quo alongside musicians include the late Rick Parfitt.Following the release of their hit Pictures of Matchstick Men in 1968, the band scored their first number one record with Down Down in 1974, before releasing songs including Rocking All Over The World, which famously opened Live Aid in 1985.With over 85 singles and having sold 120million albums across the world, the group have broken numerous records during their career, including holding the Guinness World Record for the most hit singles on the UK chart by any band, totalling 66.Francis has since documented his life and music in the best selling autobiography I Talk Too Much, in which the star revealed the stories behind his incredible career.Along with the Tunes and
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Brix Smith unveils new band for tour with Public Image Ltd
Brix Smith has announced details of a tour with Public Image Ltd, for which she’ll be joined by an all new band.The musician, who has been a member of The Fall and a host of other punk bands across her decades in music, will play a series of shows in June alongside John Lydon’s PiL.At the shows, she will launch an all-new, all-female band announced recently, including My Bloody Valentine‘s Deb Googe and Jen Macro – on bass and keys/guitar respectively – alongside Vas Antoniadou (drums) and Ros Cairney (guitar).“It’s time for me to stand up and put my head above the parapet, put my money where my mouth is, having been a strong woman in the music industry for however many years,” Smith said in a statement.“I’ve put together the motherfucker of all girl bands.”See the new tour dates below.JUNE 20226 – O2 Ritz, Manchester7 – O2 Academy, Leeds16 – O2 Forum Kentish Town, London17 – O2 Institute, Birmingham18 – O2 Academy, Bristol20 – UEA, Norwich22 – O2 Academy, Glasgow23 – Rock City, Nottingham The Fall veteran also recently revealed plans to release a solo album called ‘Valley Of The Dolls’.The punk legend was speaking at the AIF Festival Congress 2022 in Bristol earlier this year to discuss her work as as President of The F-List For Music – a not-for-profit organisation set up to help female musicians gain greater representation and professional opportunities in the UK music industry.Towards the end of her talk, Smith shared information about an upcoming record made with Killing Joke bassist and esteemed producer Youth. “Nobody knows about this in public, so hello – get ready,” she began.
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