Latest News for: Birmingham waterfront


Black Country, New Road announce second album ‘Ants From Up There’ and share ‘Chaos Space Marine’

NME 12 Oct 2021
Black Country, New Road have announced details of their second album, ‘Ants From Up There’ ... READ MORE. Black Country, New Road have finished a new “sad, epic and possibly more universally likeable” album ... “We threw in every idea anyone had with that song ... 1. ‘Intro’. 2 ... 3 ... 9 – The Mill, Birmingham. 10 – The Waterfront, Norwich.

The Subways announce HMS Alcopop-A-Cruiser boat show

NME 29 Jun 2021
The Subways have announced a new show set to take place on a boat, dubbed the HMS Alcopop-A-Cruiser. The band will set sail on the River Thames for the gig with a host of support acts on the evening of September 17 ... In a press release, Alcopop! Records owner Jack Clothier said ... 23 – Norwich, The Waterfront. 24 – Birmingham, O2 Institute ... .

Lotus Eater share new song ‘Obliterate’ featuring Bring Me The Horizon’s Oli Sykes

NME 25 Jun 2021
Lotus Eater have released a new collaboration with Bring Me The Horizon‘s Oli Sykes called ‘Obliterate’ ... Drummer and creative lead Cameron Humphrey said in a statement ... We will always be forever grateful.”. He added of the band’s forthcoming album ... Monday 15 – Norwich Waterfront Studio ... Thursday 18 – Birmingham Asylum2 ... .

Listen to Everything Everything’s stark new song ‘Mercury & Me’

NME 19 Jun 2021
Everything Everything have shared a brand new song – listen to ‘Mercury & Me’ below. The track is the second offering to be digitally released from the band’s new Record Store Day 10″ vinyl. The record’s other original track, ‘Supernormal’, arrived in March ... 7 – Waterfront, Norwich ... 9 – O2 Academy Birmingham ... .

Presale: Get Joe Lycett tickets - 24 hours early

Ents24 15 Jun 2021
Fri 11th Mar. Plymouth Pavilions Sat 12th Mar. Plymouth Pavilions Thu 17th Mar. The BIC, Bournemouth Fri 18th Mar ... Birmingham Hippodrome Sat 4th Jun. Birmingham Hippodrome Wed 8th Jun. Waterfront Hall, Belfast Fri 10th Jun. Waterfront Hall, Belfast Wed 15th Jun ... Utilita Arena Birmingham Sat 17th Sep. Utilita Arena Birmingham Tue 20th Sep.

Deno announced 9 new events

Ents24 18 May 2021
O2 Institute, Birmingham Fri 3rd Dec. Waterfront, Norwich Sun 5th Dec.

Listen to Black Country, New Road’s alternate acoustic version of ‘Track X’

NME 18 May 2021
Black Country, New Road have shared an alternate acoustic version of their song ‘Track X’ – you can hear this take on the track below ... READ MORE. Black Country, New Road ... June ... 18 – The Castle & Falcon (2x sets), Birmingham (SOLD OUT) ... August ... September ... November ... 9 – The Mill, Birmingham. 10 – The Waterfront, Norwich ... .

The other end of the trail

Herald-Standard 16 May 2021
The Great Allegheny Passage actually runs from Downtown Pittsburgh to Washington D.C ... This past week I had the occasion to be in Pittsburgh and on a spur of the moment I decided to bike the section of the bike trail from downtown Pittsburgh to the Waterfront. Plenty of good parking is available on the Southside under the Birmingham Bridge ... ....

Check out The Cribs’ new and rescheduled 2022 UK tour dates

NME 19 Mar 2021
The Cribs have announced a set of new and rescheduled UK tour dates for 2022 – see their updated schedule below. The announcement comes alongside a new video for ‘Siren Sing Along’, taken from the band’s recent album ‘Night Network’. READ MORE ... MARCH 2022. 1 – Birmingham, O2 Institute. 2 – Norwich, Waterfront (new show) ... .

Listen to Teenage Fanclub’s wistful new song ‘The Sun Won’t Shine On Me’

NME 15 Mar 2021
Teenage Fanclub have shared ‘The Sun Won’t Shine On Me’, a new single taken from the Scottish indie stalwarts’ forthcoming album ‘Endless Arcade’. Read more. Teenage Fanclub ... Frontman Norman Blake said of the new track ... Listen to ‘The Sun Won’t Shine On Me’ below. ... Tuesday 12 – Birmingham, Institute. Wednesday 13Norwich, Waterfront ... .

Plans for £360m mixed-use net zero development unveiled

The Business Desk 12 Mar 2021
The world’s first mixed-use net zero carbon development in a key quarter of Birmingham city centre that could create more than 1,000 jobs has been unveiled by Woodbourne Group. The £360m waterfront ecosystem, to be called Curzon Wharf, will be within eight minutes walking distance of the HS2 Curzon Street Station.