Sunday, 5 March 2017

WTF Did I Miss This Week? #22 (w/c 27/02/17)

The publishing world:

Ready to see some more new releases? Okay then:
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An couple of gorgeous cover reveals:

In other news:
  • Usborne announced the Rose Muddle Mysteries, a new series coming from debut author Imogen White.
  • The YA Book Prize revealed the shortlist for this year's prize. See my thoughts on the books chosen here!
  • Claire McFall won the Scottish Teen Book Prize for 'Black Cairn Point'...
  • ...and revealed that 'Ferryman' has a film deal in China.
  • The Obamas signed the biggest presidential book deal in history, earning them a $65million advance.
The music world:

Again, I could only find one new release this week, but it was a big one:
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But there was plenty of new music:

Dance Gavin Dance decided to 'Inspire The Liars':

Sainte's second video, 'With or Without Me', is just as colourful as their first:

Like Pacific released a video for '22A':

New Zealand's darling, Lorde, is back:

Mallory Knox want to be rock music's 'Saviour':

And my personal favourite new release, 'Black Butterflies & Deja Vu' by The Maine:

Also this week, Coldplay released 'Hypnotised' to announce their 'Kaleidoscope' EP (out 2nd of June), Hollerado released a lyric video for 'Grief Money', MGK teamed up with Little Mix for a new version of 'No More Sad Songs', The Amity Affliction brought the heavy with 'Fight My Regret', and Motionless In White turned it up 'LOUD'.

Tour announcement time:
  • Nothing More are touring America in April and May.
  • Pierce the Veil and Sum 41 are co-headlining the We Will Detonate tour across America in April and May. Support at these shows comes from Emarosa and Chapel, and darn I wish I could go.
  • Soundgarden will be playing shows across America throughout May, following a slew of festival appearances.
  • Good Charlotte are touring with Less Than Jake and Crown The Empire in May.  
  • Madina Lake extended their UK reunion tour, adding dates at the beginning of June.
  • Natives are finally playing headline shows, having announced an extensive UK tour during May and June.
  • Seether have announced a sprawling American tour running from May to August in support of their upcoming album. 
  • Minus The Bear are touring the UK and Europe in June
  • If you're a fan of heavier music, this is the perfect tour for you: Slayer and Lamb of God are playing shows across America in July and August, supported by Behemoth. 
In other news:
That's everything that happened this week! See you next Sunday.

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