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Everything Alyce: WTF Did I Miss This Week? #27 (w/c 03/04/17)

Sunday, 9 April 2017

WTF Did I Miss This Week? #27 (w/c 03/04/17)

The publishing world:

It looks like there were a lot more new releases than normal, and I've already read a few of them!:
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This week, there were two absolutely gorgeous cover reveals:
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In other news
The music world:

There were quite a lot of exciting new releases this week: 
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But there was enough new music to make up for the lack of albums:

Halsey wants you to love her 'Now or Never': 


Falling In Reverse are 'Coming Home':


Hey Violet, don't 'Break My Heart': 


While Dead! released the official video for 'Enough, Enough, Enough': 

There were also new releases from Dreamcar, American Football, At The Drive-In, Leav/E/arth, In Hearts Wake, Incubus, Beyonce, Stick To Your Guns, Gorillaz, Thrice and Jack White, and The Maine posted the trailer for season two of 'Miserable Youth'.

Because my calendar isn't already full, there were yet more tour announcements
  • PVRIS are playing a free show in New York on April 24th. Anyone want to fly me over for my birthday? Anyone? 
  • Dreamcar are touring America in May
  • George Ezra has announced a 'Top Secret' tour, playing venues across the UK in May and June
  • Kevin Devine will be playing solo shows across the US in May and June
  • Foster the People have announced a bunch of dates across America and the UK between May and August
  • Fleet Foxes are putting the 'world' into 'world tour', by performing across the globe from May to December.
  • K. Flay is playing a headline show at The Camden Assembly on June 28th. 
  • Lamb of God are playing a handful of headline shows in America in July and August. Support comes from Behemoth. 
  • Switchfoot and Lifehouse are 'Looking For Summer' across America from July to September
  • Simple Plan have announced the second leg of their 'No Pads, No Helmets... Just Balls' 15th anniversary tour, which will be calling at stops across America throughout August and September. Still hoping they'll announce more than a one-off date to celebrate this in the UK... 
  • Homewrecked and Better Than Never are playing a few shows together in October.
  • Christmas has come early: Frank Carter and the Rattlesnakes are playing their biggest ever UK headline tour in December. I must get tickets to that Brixton show! 
In other news

That's all the news for this week! Join me on Easter Sunday, when I'll be eating lots of chocolate and refusing to share.

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