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Kieran Tibbert

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The Japanese House
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The Japanese House – Roundhouse, London

After the release of their second EP ‘In the End it Always Does’ last year, which received tremendous reception, Amber Bain and co. have continued to grasp the attention of world-wide music-lovers. The bands distinct blend of a softening, indie-rock sonic has reinforced their status in the landscape, and testament to their continued success, they’re embarking on their biggest tour to date. After stints of supporting runs with fellow Dirty Hit record labellers The 1975, including an enormous sell-out show at Finsbury Park last July, selling out one of London's most remarkable venues is a positive sign of their growing popularity.
Jack Foz
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Jack Foz – The Camden Club, London

If someone asked me to name a guy who was born to be a rockstar, has an all-too perfect voice, and a unique marvel of a mullet to cap things off, my immediate answer would be the talented singer-songwriter Jack Foz.
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Pentire – Heartbreakers, Southampton

The latest quartet taking the indie-rock scene by storm are Pentire, and after kicking the year off with a brilliant new single, Don’t Let Your Love (Let You Down), the Hereford boys are now out boasting their best work to the nation on their biggest tour to date!
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Review: Bleachers ‘Bleachers’

Bleachers, the latest band bringing the best of stylish American alternate rock from New Jersey, have returned with their fourth Self-Titled record. Fronted by Grammy-Award winning singer-songwriter and record producer Jack Antonoff, the band once again disposed of the musical norms and have pieced together a soulful and unique release.
The 1975
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The 1975 – 02 Arena

Award-winning four-piece The 1975 have made an emphatic return to the stage as their Still...At Their Very Best Tour reaches the UK for a fresh set of shows that sees them at the peak of their powers.
Declan McKenna
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Declan McKenna – Trowbridge Civic Centre

What Happened to the Beach, the newest record from Mercury Prize winning singer-songwriter Declan McKenna, has finally arrived in the ears of music lovers worldwide, and to celebrate, its being taken on tour!