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Interpol announce global exhibition and pop-up shop ‘Big Shot City’ - - London - New York - Los Angeles - Los Angeles - USA - Texas - Mexico - New York - Tokyo - city York - city Mexico
Interpol announce global exhibition and pop-up shop ‘Big Shot City’
Interpol have announced the launch of a new global exhibition and pop-up shop to mark the release of the group’s seventh album ‘The Other Side Of Make-Believe’.‘Big Shot City’, which is named after one of the songs on Interpol’s new album, will run from July 15-17 in London, taking place simultaneously in Los Angeles, New York, Mexico City and Tokyo.The exhibition is a collaboration with photographer Atiba Jefferson and Brain Dead Clothing, and will include in-person meet-and-greets and Q&As with band members, Jefferson and Brain Dead at some of the events.Each event will include a gallery of Jefferson’s photographs of Interpol, which were taken during the making of the album, plus special items for purchase including limited-edition t-shirts, an exclusive zine and a handful of one-off Jefferson-designed skateboards in partnership with Girl Skateboards.See all the exhibition venues and dates below and pre-order ‘The Other Side Of Make-Believe’, which is out July 15, here.JULY13-16: Brain Dead Studios, Los Angeles13-16: 155 Lafayette Street, New York City15: Brain Dead’s space in Harajuku, Tokyo15-17: Old Truman Brewery, London16-17 July: Not A Gallery, Mexico CityThe trio kicked off their 2022 tour in April with a run of North American dates, during which they previewed a handful of new material from their upcoming new album. At the first show of the run in Deep Ellum, Texas, they aired singles ‘Toni’ and ‘Something Changed’ along with two then-unheard tracks, ‘Fables’ and ‘Into The Night’.‘Fables’ was later released as a single, with frontman Paul Banks saying in a statement: “‘Fables’ features one of Daniel [Kessler, guitarist]’s hottest licks.
Working Men’s Club announce biggest UK and Ireland tour to date - - Britain - London - Manchester - Ireland - Birmingham - city Newcastle - Dublin - city Cambridge - county Bristol - county Halifax - city Brighton - city Kentish
Working Men’s Club announce biggest UK and Ireland tour to date
Working Men’s Club have announced their biggest UK and Ireland headline tour to date – tickets will be available from here.The Yorkshire band are set to release their second studio album, ‘Fear Fear’, on July 15 via Heavenly Recordings. It’s already been previewed with the 2022 singles ‘Widow’, ‘Circumference’ and ‘Ploys’.Today (July 5), Working Men’s Club confirmed that they’ll be hitting the road in November for a string of nine UK/Ireland dates in support of their forthcoming record.They’ll be visiting Glasgow (November 18), Newcastle (19), Birmingham (20), Brighton (22), Bristol (23), Dublin (25), Manchester (26) and Cambridge (27) before ending the stint at the Forum Kentish Town in London on November 29.Tickets go on general sale at 10am BST this Friday (July 8) – you can purchase yours from here, and see the full live itinerary in the tweet below.Pleased to announce that we are going to be playing some shows in the UK and Ireland in November, tickets go on sale this Friday at 10am from, Newcastle, Birmingham, Brighton, Bristol, Dublin, Manchester, Cambridge and London, we’ll see you soon X— Working Mens Club (@work1ngmensclub) July 5, 2022Working Men’s Club are due to open for Primal Scream in Halifax on Friday night before playing various festivals, including Tramlines, Bluedot and Kendal Calling.
Steven Tyler - Aerosmith frontman Steven Tyler out of rehab and doing 'amazingly' amid comeback hopes - express - Las Vegas
Aerosmith frontman Steven Tyler out of rehab and doing 'amazingly' amid comeback hopes
Aerosmith star made a lot of progress during his stay and is on the mend, according to reports. Steven reportedly checked out of a facility earlier this week and stayed long enough to make sure he was in a good place when he left. The singer’s friends and loved ones are apparently excited about the progress he’s made after a lifelong battle with addiction. Sources said Steven is totally clean and sober, doing "amazingly well" following his long stay in rehab.They add that he is in great physical shape, at a healthy weight and with good skin. The sources told TMZ that the star is realistic about his recovery, as he understands that he is fighting a lifelong problem, but that everyone around him hopes he’ll stay clean and sober this time. Back in May, the Aerosmith frontman left fans disappointed after a string of concerts were cancelled due to him relapsing into addiction. The band made an announcement at the time, explaining why the relapse had happened. The band shared: “As many of you know, our beloved brother Steven has worked on his sobriety for many years.  “After foot surgery to prepare for the stage and the necessity of pain management during the process, he has recently relapsed and voluntarily entered a treatment program to concentrate on his health and recovery.”“We are truly sorry to inform our fans and friends that we must cancel our first set of Las Vegas Residency dates this June and July while he focuses on his well-being.“We will continue our 2022 dates starting in September, and we’ll let you know any further updates as soon as we can,” they continued.“We are devastated that we have inconvenienced so many of you, especially our most loyal fans who often travel great distances to experience our