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Poppy shares new song ‘FYB’ from upcoming EP ‘Stagger’
Poppy has announced full details of new EP ‘Stagger’ and shared its first preview – listen to ‘FYB’ below.The singer has signed to Republic Records for the new release, which is set to land on October 14.Speaking to NME about ‘Stagger’ backstage at Reading Festival last month, Poppy announced that the four-track EP, which follows her acclaimed 2021 album ‘Flux’ would be out by October.“Well the EP is consisting of four songs and I just feel like they are a mini-chapter in my life,” she told NME. “I wrote the songs in December of last year, so it’s taken them a moment to come out and I’m really excited about it.”Listen to ‘FYB’ below.Later this year, Poppy will head out on the UK leg of her ‘Never Find My Place’ world tour, which has been running since March.Ahead of the UK tour, Poppy will support on select dates of The Smashing Pumpkins‘ and Jane’s Addiction‘s 32-date US arena tour, which kicks off in Dallas on October 2.You can see the full list of UK dates below and purchase tickets for all dates here.NOVEMBER 2022 26 – Bristol, UK – SWX27 – London, UK – Shepherds Bush Empire28 – Birmingham, UK – O2 Institute29 – Manchester, UK – O2 Ritz30 – Glasgow, UK – SWG3Earlier this year, Poppy shared a new song, ‘3.14’, written for her cat, who’s named Pi.
Wannabee arsonist sets themselves on fire while trying to torch house with kid inside - dailystar.co.uk - county Bristol - county Gloucester
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Wannabee arsonist sets themselves on fire while trying to torch house with kid inside
trying to set fire to a house with a kid inside of it ended up setting fire to himself.Dramatic footage showed the wannabe arsonist attempting to torch the home of a young family and subsequently leaving a trail of flames down the street after lighting himself on fire.Police shared the shocking footage online following the attack, which took place at 11:11pm on Sunday night (September 18) in Gloucester, along Bristol Road.READ MORE: 'Bleach mum' sentenced to death after poisoning children for social media donationsVideo footage showed the would-be arsonist pouring petrol through the letterbox and then setting it on fire before fleeing the scene, with the flames catching the bumbling arsonist.The footage further shows the bloke shaking his hands and the container of fuel about the place as he flees from the scene and disappears out of frame.A young family and a child were inside the targeted house but thankfully no injuries were reported and the fire was quickly extinguished by the owners.Police are treating the incident as arson with intent to endanger life and are currently attempting to identify the man in the video.A police spokesperson said: "Petrol was put through the letterbox of the home of a young family with a child inside and set alight."The footage then shows the suspect running away along Alma Terrace.
Katie Price - Richie Anderson - Strictly's Richie Anderson shares loved-up snaps with boyfriend ahead of BBC show debut - dailystar.co.uk - county Bristol
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Strictly's Richie Anderson shares loved-up snaps with boyfriend ahead of BBC show debut
Strictly Come Dancing star Richie Anderson has shared some loved-up snaps with boyfriend ahead of his BBC show debut.The BBC Radio 2 presenter, 34, logged into his Instagram earlier this week to share some photographs from his time away with long-term partner Dean Eagles.They are clearly the most of their free time together before Richie begins intense rehearsals for Strictly, which kicks off next month.READ MORE: Strictly's Richie Anderson poses with 'manager' Katie Price as hidden past exposedRichie and Dean enjoyed a romantic spa break in Bristol and documented their time and documented their time away on social media.In one snap, the couple can be seen enjoying a drink while in another photograph Richie can be seen enjoying in the jacuzzi.Fans rushed to leave messages for the TV star in the comment section, with a majority wishing him luck on the BBC dancing show.Richie and Dean have been together for 10 years and recently celebrated an anniversary in Italy.It was announced earlier this month that Richie will be taking part in the 2022 series of the BBC dancing show.He said at the time: "This is a dream come true! I cannot wait to get in those sparkles and sequins and shimmy across the most famous dance floor in the world."Strictly is the ultimate feel good show, as soon as I hear that iconic theme tune it’s just pure escapism."I’m going to have to cancel my legendary Strictly launch night kitchen party that I throw every year, I’m sure my friends and family will understand."It’s also a massive honour to be part of an all-male dance partnership, it’s so important we have that inclusion on such a huge show."Richie is best known for his well-established role on BBC Radio 2’s Breakfast Show, presenting the travel
The Chats announce huge UK and European tour, share ‘Out On The Street’ video - nme.com - Australia - Britain - USA - Manchester - Birmingham - city Stockholm - Netherlands - Dublin - county Bristol - Ohio - city Copenhagen - city Oslo - city Amsterdam, Netherlands
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The Chats announce huge UK and European tour, share ‘Out On The Street’ video
The Chats have announced details of their biggest UK and European tour to date and shared a new video for ‘Out In The Street’.The track is the latest to be taken from the Aussie punks’ new album ‘Get Fucked’, which is set for release this Friday (August 19) and has been previewed with the singles ‘6L GTR’, ‘Struck By Lightning’ and ‘I’ve Been Drunk In Every Pub In Brisbane’.The new video sees the band tearing it up on the road, which they will continue to do across the UK and Europe with shows beginning next May and including a massive London gig at Brixton Academy.Watch the ‘Out On The Street’ video and see the tour dates below. Get your tickets here, with full details on all shows available here.MAY 202316 – Dublin, Academy17 – Dublin, Academy18 – Belfast, Limelight19 – Manchester, Academy20 – Glasgow, Barrowlands21 – Newcastle, NX22 – Cardiff, Tramshed23 – Bristol, O2 Academy24 – Birmingham, Institute26 – London, O2 Academy Brixton29 – Antwerp, Trix30 – Paris, Trabendo31 – Cologne, Live Music HallJUNE 20234 – Netherlands, Amsterdam, Paradiso6 – Copenhagen, Loppen7 – Malmo, Debaser8 – Stockholm, Plan B9 – Oslo, John DeeFollowing the release of ‘Get Fucked’, The Chats will take the album on tour around Australia in September, with shows scheduled for Hobart, Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Fremantle.
Waterloo Road twins Shona and Rhona's transformation - red-hot snaps and girl band fame - dailystar.co.uk - Manchester - Kenya - county Bristol
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Waterloo Road twins Shona and Rhona's transformation - red-hot snaps and girl band fame
Waterloo Road twins Hope and Millie Katana set pulses racing following their red-hot transformation more than 10 years after they started on the show.The dynamic duo – who played iconic twins Shona and Rhona Mansfield in the high-school soap – are now stunning social media sirens.They first joined the popular BBC One programme back in 2011, and it’s fair to say the brunette bombshells look almost unrecognisable more than a decade later.READ MORE: Waterloo Road's Kim Campbell star says it's 'weird' filming BBC show revivalBut it’s not just their outward appearances that has dramatically changed over the years, as the sizzling sisters have since made a career 180 and joined forces to form a new girl band named KTNA.Since leaving the show in the late noughties, the pair have gone on to release their debut EP called Life Under Siege which they dropped in 2019.Now the 24-year-olds – who were born in Kenya but now reside in the heart of Manchester – have revealed how they began their singing careers on CBBC show Clash.They told LeedsLive: “During this pandemic lots of people have lost their jobs, their freedoms, and sometimes their sanity.“Life Under Siege has helped people through this pandemic by making people feel seen, heard and understood.“It has been an outlet for so many to cry to.
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