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Catfish and the Bottlemen announce 10th anniversary edition of ‘The Balcony’

Catfish and the Bottlemen have announced a 10th anniversary edition of their classic debut album ‘The Balcony’.The Welsh indie-rockers will release their special reissue of ‘The Balcony’ on September 13. Their debut originally landed at Number 10 in the UK Charts, eventually going Platinum by 2016.Now, the 10th anniversary reissue will be available on a limited edition CD, cassette, and vinyl.
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NOFX announce stacked line-ups for their final three shows
NOFX have announced the line-ups for their final three shows – see the rosters they’ve amassed below.Last night (June 12), NOFX took to social media to share the daily line-ups for their trilogy of farewell shows in San Pedro, California. Each line-up differs from day to day, and will see other iconic bands in the genre support NOFX as they take their final bows.On Friday (October 4), the band will see support from Dropkick Murphys, MXPX, Bouncing Souls, Sick Of It All, 7 Seconds, DOA, D.I., Luicidal, The Last Gang and Knuckleheadz.The following day, NOFX will be supported by Descendents, Less Than Jake, Lagwagon, Strung Out, Good Riddance, Mad Caddies, Swingin’ Utters, Bad Cop/Bad Cop, Get Dead and Poli Van Dam.NOFX’s final show ever will take place on October 5 with Pennywise, The Vandals, Subhumans, Fishbone, Codefendants, The Flatlines, We Are The Union, Das Klown and a surprise band from the UK.Tickets to NOFX’s final shows are available now.A post shared by Punk In Drublic (@punkindrublicfestival)Per a statement from the band, their support for the final three shows were “hand selected by the band,” some of whom are their “closest friends from over the years”.The Los Angeles-formed punk rock band announced back in November that they would be embarking on their final run of shows in 2024 to wrap up a 40-year career.
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Enter Shikari announce “smaller, sweatier” winter 2024 UK tour dates
Enter Shikari have announced a run of “smaller, sweatier” shows for later this year.After they played a massive UK arena tour earlier this year, and are set to perform on the main stage of Download Festival this weekend, the band are set to round out the year by returning to some towns and venues they haven’t played as frequently.“People often travel considerable distances to come to live shows, so we feel it’s important for us to make the effort as well sometimes and play places that your standard tour wouldn’t normally,” frontman Rou Reynolds said in a press release.“On this run we’ve got some smaller stops that we haven’t played in ages, sandwiched in with cities like Birmingham, Liverpool, and Glasgow, that we didn’t get to visit on our arena tour.“As much as we love the bigger rooms it’s going to be killer to play some smaller sweatier places again, and as these will be our last UK shows for quite a while, we couldn’t go into hiding without one last visit to the Barras!”The tour is similar in size and scope to their 2013 ‘Return To Energiser’ tour, which saw the band play a range of smaller towns, including a show on Weston-Super-Mare’s pier.To coincide with the announcement Enter Shikari also shared a live video of them performing recent single ‘Losing My Grip’ featuring a guest appearance from Fever 333’s Jason Aalon Butler.“Preparing our production for the arena tour was so intense that we never got to make a music video for ‘Losing My Grip’.
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