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Palaye Royale unveil details of extensive European and UK 2023 tour
Palaye Royale have unveiled details of an extensive European and UK tour for 2023 – check out the dates below.The band will tour from January to March and in the UK, they will play a night at London’s Brixton Academy.You can get tickets for the shows here from August 12 onwards.Palaye Royale European and UK Tour 2023:JANUARY21 – Krakow, Poland22 – Warsaw, Poland24 – Berlin, Germany26 – Copenhagen, Denmark28 – Stockholm, Sweden29 – Oslo, NorwayFEBRUARY5 – Cologne, Germany7 – Manchester, UK8 – Glasgow, UK10 – London, UK12 – Wolverhampton, UK13 – Paris, France15 – Barcelona, Spain17 – Lisbon, Portugal19 – Stuttgart, Germany20 – Zurich, Switzerland25 – Munich, GermanyMARCH1 – Vilnius Lithuania2 – Riga, Latvia3 – Tallinn, Estonia4 – Helsinki, Finland7 – Sofia, Bulgaria8 – Bucharest, Romania10 – Istanbul, TurkeyIt comes after the band recently announced the release of their fourth studio album ‘Fever Dream’, their first since 2020’s ‘The Bastards’.The band have released four singles in support of the album so far, including, its title track, ‘No Love In LA’, ‘Punching Bag’, ‘Paranoid’ and ‘Broken’.The album is out on October 28 via Sumerian Records and was made in collaboration with producer Chris Greatti, who has worked with the likes of Yungblud and Willow.Speaking about the new album recently, the band said: “Making this record felt like getting back to when we first fell in love with music.“This record is very much about self-belief and self-empowerment, and overcoming all the obstacles that life throws at you. It’s the first time we’ve really taken a hopeful approach in our music.”The band are currently playing festivals in Europe before they head on their North American from September.
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‘The X Factor’ releases extended cut of Harry Styles’ original audition
The X Factor has released an extended cut of Harry Styles’ original auction for the talent show.A week after The X Factor expanded on how the show put together boy band One Direction, it’s now shared the original, extended cut of Styles’ addition as a solo artist prior to being put into the group.While it was Styles’ a capella rendition of Stevie Wonder’s ‘Isn’t She Lovely’ that was aired on television in 2010, Styles first performed a Train song, ‘Hey Soul Sister’, for the judges.In the clip, which you can watch below, Simon Cowell can be seen stopping Styles’ performance mid-song and asking him to sing without a backing track.“I don’t know whether it’s the track that’s throwing you, but can I hear something just you, without any music?” Cowell said.Styles then performed ‘Isn’t She Lovely’ before being put through to the next round of the competition – check out the moment here:The previously unseen footage also includes some talk about Styles’ former weekend bakery job and how his “mum’s always” told him he was a good singer.“I think I could do it, but I think with your help I could be a lot better than I am,” Styles said.In other news, during the last date of his European ‘Love On Tour’ run, Styles brought out Wolf Alice frontwoman Ellie Rowsell to duet on a cover of the opening band’s own song, ‘No Hard Feelings’.Wolf Alice opened for Styles on all 17 dates of the Euro trek, which wrapped up last night (July 31) in Lisbon, Portugal.
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Gavin Rossdale supported by famous daughter as he marks touring conclusion
Gavin Rossdale is as busy as can be, currently touring the world as the frontman for his band Bush, and he marked an important milestone while on the road.MORE: Gwen Stefani's son Kingston sends sweet Father's Day message to dad Gavin RossdaleThe band's latest tour finally hit the end of their European leg with a performance for Rock in Rio Lisboa in Lisbon, Portugal.VIDEO: Gavin Rossdale's son posts sweet birthday video of sister Daisy LoweThe British musician shared photographs from their latest show as they were back on the road for the next leg, and it seemed to be a bittersweet one for him."Well that was Europe thx to everybody who came out and gave us their good energy —-thx to this band @bush and thx to the crew. MORE: Gwen Stefani's son Kingston shows support for dad Gavin Rossdale as he looks to the future"Hit me up with your handles - onwards - see you sooner," he captioned his post.His fans instantly came to praise his set of shows in the continent, but front and center was his daughter, model Daisy Lowe, who simply inundated him with a series of clapping emojis.A post shared by Gavin Rossdale (@gavinrossdale)The European leg for Bush's tour came to an endA fan commented: "It was amazing, thank you so much," with another adding: "Thank you for coming, Gavin," and a third saying: "A show to remember! Thank you for rocking my day."The group will proceed next to the United States for the supposed final leg of their tour, kicking off with a show in Pennsylvania on 3 July and concluding on 8 October.MORE: Gavin Rossdale pens heartfelt message as he bids farewell to touringMORE: Gwen Stefani's son Kingston celebrates huge milestone birthdayGwen Stefani's ex-husband had a reason to celebrate recently while on tour,
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Sigur Rós announce UK and European tour dates
Sigur Rós have announced details of a UK and European tour for later this year – check out the full list of dates below.Following the announcement of tour dates in the United States, Mexico and Canada last month, Sigur Rós have now confirmed a lengthy run in the UK and Europe.Kicking off in Portugal on 28 September, the run of shows will take place in Italy, Germany and France before arriving in the UK for four shows, including two nights at London’s Brixton Academy. The band will then finish off with a homecoming gig in Reykjavík, Iceland.Tickets for the newly announced shows go on sale 9am GMT, Friday March 18 from here.A post shared by sigur rós (@sigurros)According to a press release, Sigur Rós are in the process of writing and recording their first new studio album since 2013’s ‘Kveikur’ and will air new songs at the shows, alongside material drawn from their acclaimed 25 year discography.Earlier this year, the band also confirmed that founding members Jónsi and Georg Holm will be joined in the studio and on tour by former member Kjartan Sveinsson, who is rejoining the band almost a decade after stepping away to focus on other projects.Sigur Rós will play:SEPTEMBER28 – Campo Pequeno – Lisbon, Portugal29 – WiZink Center – Madrid, SpainOCTOBER01 – Sant Jordi Club – Barcelona, Spain03 – Kioene Arena – Padova, Italy04 – Mediolanum Forum – Milan, Italy05 – Zenith – Munich, Germany07 – Halle 622 – Zurich, Switzerland08 – Gasometer – Vienna, Austria09 – O2 universum – Prague, Czech Republic11 – Tempodrom – Berlin, Germany15 – Arena Riga – Riga, Latvia17 – House of Culture – Helsinki, Finland19 – Hovet – Stockholm, Sweden20 – Oslo Spektrum – Oslo, Norway22 – K.B. Hallen – Copenhagen, Denmark24 – Expo XXI – Warsaw, Poland26
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