The Faim vs the afterLIVE Grab Bag

Australia’s The Faim might be the new kids on the block but they’re already turning more than a few notable heads. We caught up with them in Brighton ahead of their support slot with Lower Than Atlantis for a showdown with the Grab Bag…   The FAIM ARE BACK IN THE UK THIS SUMMER. GET TICKETS HERE.  

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Lower Than Atlantis – Concorde 2, Brighton – LIVE REVIEW

Something has happened at Lower Than Atlantis HQ. Since they formed, way back in 2007, Lower Than Atlantis have become recognisable by an air of preponderance. Their apparent laddish tendencies have been counteracted only by a detectable aloofness. God only knows where all that’s gone. The night was kicked off by Perth’s The Faim one of the newest and most promising names on the touring circuit. Garnering early support from King Pete Wentz, the four piece have embarked on this,[…]

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Mayday Parade – 27.09.2017 – LIVE REVIEW

On July 11th, 2007, Florida’s Mayday Parade released A Lesson in Romantics. The debut full-length album stayed in the charts for 70 consecutive weeks, sold over 200,000 copies and has remained a firm fan favourite for a decade. It was time for an anniversary party. Tonight’s main support act at Brighton’s Concorde 2 are to Pop-Punk what Mayday Parade are to Emo. Australia’s With Confidence are a down to earth staple of their scene whose insanely catchy tracks and overly[…]

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Frank Iero vs the afterLIVE Grab Bag

Frank Iero vs the afterLIVE Grab Bag is now LIVE on YouTube and you can see it right here! We’re very glad to hear that Frank Iero has finally seen Stonehenge now.  To everybody that has watched this, retweeted it, liked it, made screenshots of it, commented on it, and so much more – thank you for making this the most successful afterLIVE Grab Bag to date. It blows our mind that we got to sit down with Frank, but[…]

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Frank Iero and The Patience – Brighton – 25.09.2017 – LIVE REVIEW

Following his UK festival-exclusive run at Slam Dunk, Frank Iero and The Patience returned to the UK last month, hitting up Brighton’s Concorde 2 just three days after unleashing the emblematically named new EP Keep the Coffins Coming. Take it from someone who knows, the UK has had a lot of love for Frank Iero for many years. But take a look at his album artwork and the amount of UK runs his done in the past three years and[…]

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Jaret Reddick, Heartache and Hilarity Tour – Concorde 2, Brighton – 15/09/2017 – LIVE REVIEW

In 1994 Jaret Reddick formed Bowling For Soup with his best friends and for over two decades the band have been a pillar of the pop-punk world dominating charts, sound-tracking cartoons and collecting a million memories. Those memories tell a fucking hilarious story decorated with a spattering of shit storms and this month Reddick flew into the UK to tell us the whole thing. Support came from The Lounge Kittens who brought their own brand of hilarity to the Brighton[…]

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