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Happy Accidents Reveal ‘Text Me When You’re Home’ Video

Happy Accidents Spring 18 TourLondon indie-punk trio Happy Accidents have released the video for their brand new song, Text Me When You’re Home, which is out now via all good digital retailers, the track is the latest to be revealed from their second album, Everything But The Here And Now, that is set for release on 16th February 2018 via Alcopop! Records. The band have also announced a run of Spring 2018 UK headline tour dates beginning on 28th February in Bristol, with support coming from Leeds indie punks Milk Crimes and Leicester trashpop band Kermes on select shows.

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Happy Accidents Announce New LP, Post Split Video

HA1London indie punk trio Happy Accidents have announced a new full length. The LP is titled Everything But The Here And Now and is slated for release on Feb 16th via Alcopop! Records. Ahead of the street date, the band have released a split video which features two album tracks, Wait it Out and A Better Plan.

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Happy Accidents Release Two Singles From Forthcoming LP

Happy Accidents EBTHANLondon indie punk trio Happy Accidents have announced their return with their second album, Everything But The Here And Now, that is set for release on the 16th February 2018 via Alcopop! Records. To celebrate the news the band are sharing a brand new split video which showcases not one, but two, of the brilliant new singles from the record, Wait It Out and A Better Plan, which are both available to stream and purchase now via all good digital retailers.

Wait It Out and A Better Plan can be ordered via Spotify here and iTunes here

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Manchester Punk Festival Announces Latest Additions For 2018

MPF 18 Oct 17The Manchester Punk Festival has announced that Culture Shock will be amongst the bands joining the already stacked line up for 2018, they are one of the original political UK ska punk bands with a career spanning across four decades and have influenced so many bands that we listen to today. 2018 also sees the Random Hand, Beat The Red Light, Roughneck Riot, The Tuts, Chewing On Tinfoil, RUSSO, In Evil Hour, Counterpunch, PMX, Rebuke, Happy Accidents, Atterkop, Sounds Of Swami, Dead Drummer, Tom Aylott and Freddy Fudd Pucker added to the line up. The Manchester Punk Festival is taking place between 19th and 21st April 2018 across a number of venues in Manchester City Centre. You can follow the Manchester Punk Festival on Twitter here, Facebook here and Instagram here to keep up to date with all the updates and future announcements.
 
Tickets for the Manchester Punk Festival 2018 can be purchased here
 

Camden Rocks Festival Announces Latest Additions To Line Up

Camden Rocks Mar 17Today Camden Rocks Festival confirmed Merseyside’s indie rock legends, The Coral, Sheffield’s Reverend and The Makers will join the 2017 festival line up. Also topping the line-up this year are The Damned, who will play a very special set list exclusively for the Camden Rocks Festival. Having also recently announced The Rifles, Milburn, Carl Barat And The Jackals, Orange Goblin, Ruts DC, The King Blues & many more, this year sees Camden Rocks Festival pushing boundaries further still, set to host 250 bands and artists across 25 of Camden Town’s revered music venues on June 3rd 2017.

Tickets for the Camden Rocks Festival can be purchased here

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Camden Rocks Festival Annouces Line Up Additions

Camden Rocks Feb 17Having announced The Damned, Orange Goblin and Ruts DC amongst the first acts to be confirmed for Camden Rocks Festival 2017, today Sheffield’s recently reformed indie pioneers Milburn join the line-up, alongside Camden’s own Carl Barat & The Jackals, The Rifles, The King Blues, The Membranes and many more. Following a sold-out fifth year in 2016, this year will see Camden Rocks Festival up the stakes again, set to host a staggering 250 bands and artists across 25 of Camden Town’s venues on June 3rd 2017.

Tickets for the Camden Rocks Festival 2017 can be purchased here

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