Pussy Riot, Get Cape Wear Cape Fly and Hollie Cook dates, Shipbuilders and Ladies single launches

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Hollie Cooke

Hollie Cook

The Black Angels reveal Manchester date while we’ve new tracks from two rising bands, Getintothis’ Lewis Ridley picks the favourites during Grand National week.

Southend troubadour Sam Duckworth will present album number six under his Get Cape. Wear Cape. Fly. moniker at EBGBs on May 4.

Young Adult was released earlier this year. Support will come from the amazing Katie Mac, the combination of these two artists in such an intimate venue will provide a night not to be missed.

Also on the road are feminist protest post-punk group Pussy Riot will play Arts Club on August 22 for their debut Liverpool show.

The Russian collective have caused a stir since conception, with members Nadezhda Tolokonnikova and Maria Alyokhina jailed for two years back in 2012.

Get Cape. Wear Cape. Fly

Get Cape. Wear Cape. Fly

 

Now they’ll incite in Liverpool as part of their UK tour, performing the theatrical Riot Days that merges all things Pussy Riot, a protest fused with punk and electronica.

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Tropical pop artist Hollie Cook will play Hangar 34 on October 9.

The singer and keyboardist was part of the final line up of The Slits and has enjoyed working with Ian Brown and Jamie T. She was one of the supports on The Stone Roses’ 2012 reunion tour.

Cook’s latest and third album, Vessel of Love, was released in January and she is set to follow it up with a summer that takes her across Europe and the US. This gig in Liverpool will form part of a 10-date UK tour.

The Black Angels

The Black Angels

Former Liverpool Psych Fest headliners Black Angels will perform a standalone gig at O2 Ritz this summer..

The Texans headlined the festival on the back of 2017 album Death Song and will return to these shores on August 21 with tickets on sale this Friday at 10am.

Shipbuilders at Sound City+

Shipbuilders at Sound City+

The Shipbuilders will release a new double A-side single Faultline / Wild Atlantic Way on April 27 with Chester based label Mai 68.

To celebrate the release there’ll be a launch party on the night at Shipping Forecast with fellow Mai 68 artists Chemistry Lane and Ennio The Little Brother.

Queen Zee, Alan McGee, 6 Music’s Chris Hawkins and others announced for Sound City+ 2018

Liverpool trio Ladies will play Studio 2 Parr St on 12 May. The sunny alt-pop band will launch new single Sometimes You’ve Just Got Too Close.

Wirral rockers Zulu will headline Arts Club on May 19 with support from The Kairos and Salvador.

Our new tune this week comes from Johnny Marr with the first single from upcoming album Call The Comet.

The Tracers is a synth infused rumble and supposedly Marr‘s favourite from the album, here’s hoping it’s release is followed by a date somewhat similar to that Arts Club one back in 2015.

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