AutoPilot and The Heavy North are booked for Jimmy’s as a Hull band use PRS funding to release a new single with a big name producer, Getintothis’ Lewis Ridley has the news.
Stoke band Psyence are set for the release of their debut album, which will be launched at a special gig in Liverpool next month.
The band will release their self-titled record at Jimmy’s Liverpool on Friday, August 23.
The psych outfit will be supported by San Pedro’s Vision, Blind Operator and Black Smoke.
Elsewhere in gigs this week, AutoPilot will come to Jimmy’s Liverpool later this summer.
The band feature Andy Hopkins, formerly of indie heroes The Enemy and will play the new venue on Saturday, 14 September.
They’ll play at Jimmy’s on Friday, 6 September.
From Texas, dark folk artist Amigo The Devil will come to Liverpool as gigs begin to be penned for next year.
He’ll play Phase One on Monday, 3 February.
Our new track this week comes from Hull outfit Let Man Loose.
Two Way Glass is tipped as a punk anthem for Gen Z and comes as they prepare for a hometown gig tonight (July 11) as well as dates at Humber St Sesh and York’s Fulwood Arms.
The single was born when the band utilized the PRS Foundation Open Fund to work with multi award-winning producer Andy Seward – best known for his work with Radiohead’s Phillip Selway as well as recording and mixing the Mercury Prize-nominated album Sleepless by Kate Rusby.