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The Bottom Line Added To ‘Fireball – Fuelling The Fire’ Tour

Fireball Tour Sept 17London pop-punks The Bottom Line have been added as very special opening guests to the 17th October London date on the Fireball – Fuelling The Fire Tour. Fresh from a European tour supporting Waterparks, they will be appearing alongside Reel Big Fish, Anti-Flag, Mad Caddies and Sweet Little Machine, with The Skints replacing Anti-Flag at the Liverpool and Sheffield shows. The Fireball – Fuelling The Fire Tour is your only chance to see some of the finest live bands the international punk scene has to offer on one stage this October .
 
You can view the video for I Still Hate You, and the Fireball – Fuelling The Fire tour dates, below

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River Jumpers Release Stream Of New Single ‘Thick Blood’

River Jumpers TBBrighton melodic punk band River Jumpers have released their new single, Thick Blood, that is now available now via Spotify, Bandcamp, iTunes, Amazon and all other usual digital platforms. River Jumpers have also been selected as local support for the London date of the Fireball: Fuelling The Fire Tour on Monday 16th October, they will join Sweet Little Machine, Mad Caddies, Anti-Flag and Reel Big Fish at the 02 Forum Kentish Town.

You can stream Thick Blood here

You can read a quote from vocalist Nic Davies, and view River Jumpers tour dates, below

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Sweet Little Machine Monsters

Sweet Little Machine

Monsters

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Sheffield’s Sweet Little Machine were recently crowned Fireball’s Hottest Band 2017, an achievement that has catapulted them from playing intimate local venues to touring the UK with the likes of Don Broco, Me First And The Gimme Gimmes, Patent Pending and Wheatus, as well as a prestigious slot on the upcoming Fireball – Fuelling The Fire UK Tour with Anti-Flag, Mad Caddies, Reel Big Fish and The Skints, and now Sweet Little Machine are set to self release the Monsters EP ahead of their forthcoming appearances on the Fireball – Fuelling The Fire Tour.
 
By anyone’s standards Kill The Hero is an impressive opening number, all gruff punk swagger and drive with a glorious pop punk sheen. Hurricanes continues the bouncy punk rock assault before the the gloriously titled D!ckwad brings a frantic burst of energy that is guaranteed to send the mosh pits into delirium. The EP’s title track brings a bouncy and radio friendly element that recalls Green Day‘s anthemic style and Miracles continues the energised adrenaline feel of the EP, before finally A Day Too Soon lets you down gently with a heartfelt melancholy finale.
 
For those lucky enough to be attending the Fireball – Fuelling The Fire UK Tour next month the Monsters EP is all the reason you need to make sure you’re out early as Sweet Little Machine have delivered a gloriously infectious EP. Monsters demonstrates exactly why Sweet Little Machine beat all comers and were crowned Fireball’s Hottest Band 2017, this is an impressive release that fans of the likes of Green Day, Fall Out Boy, You Me At Six and A Day To Remember will adore, and you can guarantee that after hearing the Monsters EP I’ll be down the front for the opening night of the Fireball – Fuelling The Fire UK Tour.
 
Monsters is set for release on 6th October 2017 and can be pre-ordered here
 
Tickets for the Fireball Fuelling The Fire UK Tour can be purchased here
 

Sweet Little Machine Reveal ‘Monsters’ Video

Sweet Little Machine Monsters Sweet Little Machine have revealed a brand new video for ‘Monsters‘, the title track from their new EP that is set for release on 6th October 2017. The band will be opening every night on the forthcoming Fireball – Fuelling The Fire tour in October 2017 playing alongside Reel Big Fish, Anti-Flag, Mad Caddies and The Skints.

The Monsters EP can be pre-ordered here

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Sweet Little Machine To Release ‘Monsters’ EP

Sweet Little Machine MonstersMonsters is the new EP from Fireball’s Hottest Band 2017, Sweet Little Machine, that is due to be released on the 6th October. Monsters is an EP packed full of the kind of arena ready punk rock songs that were made for the big stage and the radio waves, and you can catch the band on tour throughout the UK with Reel Big Fish, Anti-FlagThe Skints and Mad Caddies next month on the Fireball – Fuelling The Fire tour.
 
You can pre-order the Monsters EP here
 
You can view the Fireball – Fuelling The Fire UK Tour dates below

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The Skints Added To The ‘Fireball – Fuelling The Fire’ Tour

Fireball Tour Sept 17The Skints have been added as very special guests to the Liverpool and Sheffield dates on this year’s Fireball – Fuelling The Fire Tour alongside Reel Big Fish, Mad Caddies and Sweet Little Machine, Anti-Flag will be appearing in the same slot on all other dates. In addition to The Skints being added to the line up the regional support acts for all dates have now been confirmed and there will be a special DJ set at each date from Matt Stocks, presenter and punk fanatic for the likes of Kerrang! Radio, Scuzz TV and Team Rock Radio.
 
You can view the Fireball – Fuelling The Fire tour dates with the regional support acts below

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Sweet Little Machine Release Stream Of ‘Monsters’

Fireball Tour 17Sheffield pop punk quartet Sweet Little Machine have announced the release of their new EP, Monsters, on the 6th October 2017, ahead of the release the band have unleashed a stream of the EP’s title track. Sweet Little Machine were chosen last year as Fireball’s Hottest Band 2017, and the band will be opening every night on the forthcoming Fireball – Fuelling The Fire Tour in October 2017 playing alongside Reel Big Fish, Anti-Flag and Mad Caddies each night.

The title tracks from the Monsters EP can be streamed here

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Win The Chance To Open The UK ‘Fireball Fuelling The Fire’ Tour

Reel Big Fish Anti-Flag Mad Caddies October TourAcademy Events in association with Fireball have announced a return of the open call for local bands to play their respective hometown date on this year’s Fireball – Fuelling The Fire Tour, joining a bill that already boasts three of the biggest international names in punk and ska music in Reel Big Fish, Anti-Flag and Mad Caddies. The overall winners of the competition will be crowned Fireball’s Hottest Band 2018 and will win a place as the opening band on the entirety of next year’s tour, as well a whole host of further support throughout the year. Bands can enter the competition here until the 21st August 2017.
 
You can watch a teaser trailer for Fireball – Fuelling The Fire tour, and the tour dates, below

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Reel Big Fish, Anti-Flag And Mad Caddies Announce UK Tour

Reel Big Fish Anti-Flag Mad Caddies October TourAcademy Events in association with Fireball have announced the line up for the second annual Fireball – Fuelling The Fire tour which hits the road in the UK throughout October 2017. The run of dates will feature a star studded line-up of the best in punk and ska, headlined by California’s legendary ska punk outfit Reel Big Fish, with support from Pennsylvania punks Anti-Flag and California based ska punks Mad Caddies. In addition to the announced line up, Fireball’s Hottest Band 2017 winners, Sheffield quartet Sweet Little Machine, will take the opening slot on the 2017 leg of the tour. Yet again, tickets are eye wateringly cheap at just £10 each and go on general sale on Friday 26th May with O2 priority tickets on sale at 10am on Wednesday 24th May.

You can view the dates for the Fireball – Fuelling The Fire tour below

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