Say Sue Me pen Liverpool tour date, Kyle Falconer to play Phase One and new track from Brooders

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Say Sue Me

The Bohos have released a video for their new single, as Fontaines D.C. pen a huge London date, Getintothis’ Lewis Ridley with the news this week.

South Korea’s Say Sue Me will come to Liverpool as part of their tour of Europe later this year.

The band, from Busan, have been part of Sound City‘s exploits in Asia, and have played the Liverpool festival previously.

They’ll come to Phase One this time round on Tuesday, October 1 for what is set to be a phenomenal live performance and opportunity to survey international talent in the city.

The View‘s Kyle Falconer will come to Liverpool as part of his UK tour later this year.

The frontman of the band, formed in 2005, has spent the band’s hiatus periods recording and performing as a soloist.

His sets have become a mixture of his own material, and that of The View, making his appearance at Phase One on Wednesday, 11 December an exciting proposition.

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The UK and Swedish duo Hang Massive, the world’s most renowned Hang and Handpan players, have announced their first ever full UK tour.

It includes a date at Liverpool’s O2 Academy on Friday October 25.

Liverpool quartet The Bohos have released the video for their latest single Already Dead.

The track follows the release of Stupid as the band continue to head in a relatively new, angsty direction following their initial gigs a few years ago.

The switch has seen lead guitarist Elliot Gill come to the fore, and the track’s unsettling nature is mirrored in the video, which you can watch below.

Finally in gigs, Mercury Prize nominees and Dublin breakthrough band of the year Fontaines D.C. have added a huge London date to their world tour that spans either side of the New Year.

They’ll play in Liverpool as part of the tour, before heading to O2 Academy Brixton on Tuesday February 25.

Our new track this week comes from Leeds psych grunge outfit Brooders.

They’ve this week released their new dark, twisted single Down as their fourth release of the year and you can listen to it below.

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