NME Festival blog: Idles are auctioning off 18 pieces of album artwork for Samaritans

The multiple-choice covers for ‘Joy As An Act Of Resistance’ have been on display in art galleries

IDLES are auctioning off the 18 pieces of artwork which form the basis of the artwork for their album ‘Joy As An Act Of Resistance’, to raise money for Samaritans.

As well as selling off the original artwork for the album’s front and back cover, the auction will include artwork based on each song from the album. artists who have created the pictures include IDLES singer Joe Talbot and former Maccabees vocalist Orlando Weeks. The artworks have formed the basis of pop-up exhibitions in London, New York and Paris.

The auction will go live at this link here from 9am on Friday December 7 at 9am. Bidding will end from 6pm on Sunday December 9 for the album cover artwork, with end times for each of the other 17 pieces staggered every 15 minutes from then. IDLES have long been supporters of the Samaritans charity, with one of the songs on ‘Joy As An Act Of Resistance’ titled ‘Samaritans’.

Commenting on the auction, Samaritans CEO Ruth Sutherland said: “We are really delighted and grateful that IDLES are auctioning this amazing artwork, inspired by the Samaritans track, to support the service our volunteers provide for people. Hopefully it will raise awareness of what Samaritans does, and encourage people to look after their own well-being and that of their friends and family, as well as helping Samaritans to be there for people when they need it.”

Samaritans has more than 20,000 volunteers in the UK and Ireland who can be contacted any time, free from any phone, on 116 123. They also provide support via email or face to face support at their 201 branches. Samaritans volunteers respond to more than 5 million calls for help a year.

The different pieces of art are inserts on the gold-packaged limited-edition vinyl version of the album, which means that owners can choose their own cover for the album. The complete list of artists is: Joe Talbot, Nigel Talbot, Tao Lashley-Burnley, Robin Stewart, Elizabeth Cater, Ed Barrett, Huw Good, Orlando Weeks, Chris Nicholls, Russell Oliver and Tom Ham.

IDLES are currently on tour in Spain, with their next scheduled UK shows coming with a tour starting on March 26, which sold out in under an hour. Support comes from Crows and Life. Full dates are below:
March 26: Sheffield Leadmill
March 27: Cardiff Tramshed
March 28: Norwich UEA
March 29: Brighton Dome
April 1: Belfast Empire
April 2: Dublin Vicar Street
April 3: Manchester Albert Hall
April 4-6: London Electric Ballroom


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NME Festival blog: The Streets’ Mike Skinner confirms new album and reveals new track name

The musician also plans festival dates for 2019

The Streets’ Mike Skinner has revealed he has a new song ready and will be working on a mixtape as well as playing a string of festivals next year.

Speaking to Q Magazine, Skinner revealed he has collaborated with artists Chip and Grim Sickers on a track titled ‘Call Me in the Morning.’

Skinner added that he’ll be working on further music for a mixtape in 2019 and plans to play a string of festivals – as well as releasing a film.

He told Q Magazine: “I’m going to be releasing more music as and when I feel inspired in the lead-up to the film.

“I’ve got a track that will be out by the time this runs, I think, Called ‘Call Me In The Morning’ with Chip and Grim Sickers, which is really good. And I’m planning a mixtape during 2019, as well as getting back into the swing of festivals.

“Then I’m going to make my film, release my album and after that we’re going to buy the West End off Andrew Lloyd Webber.”

Skinner is yet to reveal the release date of the new track, but a listing on Amazon suggests that the track will be released on the 23rd November 2018.

The Streets released new track ‘Boys Will Be Boys’ in March ahead of their reunion shows in April. The shows marked their first live return in the UK for seven years with gigs in London, Birmingham, Glasgow, Leeds and Manchester, where Skinner played a range of hits from the entire back-catalogue.

Following the reunion shows, The Streets confirmed there would be another tour in January and February 2019 – including dates in London, Glasgow, Manchester and Bournemouth.

Despite previously telling NME he would only reform The Streets if he needed the cash, Skinner confirmed that the reunion tour was all about celebrating the music.

He told Mr Porter: “Well, I don’t need the cash, otherwise I’d have done all the festivals, and the offers we got were insane. There were a few things that Dizzee [Rascal] said when he did the big Red Bull gigs [referencing his 2016 Boy In Da Corner shows]. He said at one point, ‘I know this means a lot to you,’ and it felt like it was his way of saying, ‘But I’ve moved on.’ And I totally get that. I’m gonna celebrate the past.”

Last December, The Streets released two tracks titled ‘Burn Bridges’ and ‘Sometimes I Hate My Friends More Than My Enemies.’

While in March, Skinner revealed he was working on a Dawsons Creek inspired film set around London’s nightlife scene. The musician described the premise of the film as “a farce about guys and girls getting into trouble” in a club.

Speaking to Mr Porter, Skinner explained that he ended the Streets – the one-man alternative hip-hop outfit he started in 1994 – in order to work on a film, which he describes as “a Streets musical, like Casablanca but not as much as La La Land,” with the script being “very like a Streets Album.”

He then added that the reunion tour wouldn’t fund the project, but he hoped it would help people pay more attention.

Skinner explained: “The reason I finished The Streets was to make a film, and the reason I started The Streets up again was to make a film.”

Earlier this year, Lily Allen opened up about a fight she had with Mike Skinner at a festival in Australia, where Kasabian were forced to intervene.


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NME Festival blog: Sigur Ros’ Jónsi to release lost triple album of solo recordings next week

The recordings date back to 2000-2004

Sigur Ros frontman Jónsi is set to release a lost triple album of solo recordings dating back to 2000-2004.

Recording under the moniker Frakkur, the music was never given an official release, with much of it thought to have been lost due to corrupted hard drives.

Years later, the songs were recovered from a CD that had been given to a friend and the previously unreleased Frakkur, 2000-2004 compilation is now set to be released digitally on November 23.

The compilation, which features 24 songs, was released last year as a limited-edition, vinyl-only release that featured only half of the songs.

Each of the three albums collects material from a specific period, each recorded in a different way. The oldest group of recordings, titled 2000-2001, was made on the musician’s first PC laptop.

The second roundup of material from 2002-2003 was made on a Yamaha RS-7000 using samples of beat-up toys he’d purchase from secondhand stores.

The final record in 2003-2004 was helmed using the program Logic as well as a Yamaha VSS-30 toy keyboard.

The release comes just weeks after Troye Sivan and Jónsi shared their first ever collaboration, ‘Revelation’.

The two artists linked up for a spot on the soundtrack to the recent film Boy Erased, which Sivan has a supporting part in.


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NME Festival blog: Slipknot were “cracking” while making ‘All Hope Is Gone’, band announce 10th anniversary album reissue

There was huge tension in the band

Former Slipknot drummer Joey Jordison has revealed that he thinks the band were “cracking” when they recorded their fourth studio album, ‘All Hope Is Gone’.

In an exclusive interview with Metal Hammer Magazine, Jordison joins Corey Taylor and Shawn “Clown” Crahan to discuss the making of their seminal record, which is 10 years old this year. It is being re-released next month.

Taylor says that the band was at its “most fractious” at the time and that nobody was talking to one another.

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“Everybody was going behind everybody’s back trying to make the album theirs,” he said.

Jordison added that the stressful situation led to the group recording the heaviest record they could.

“The tensions are what made that record great,” he says in the interview. “Everyone was completely on fire with emotions and being in different places, and you could see the lines in the sand, you could feel the concrete breaking a little bit.

“You could feel the band cracking. There was so much going on during that time that I think that’s what made the record so brutal. Everyone had some sort of tension to get out just to make it the heaviest record that we could.”

Crahan, however, says that the differences were “our family’s way of growing”.

He adds: “There are probably some cats in the band that despise that someone like myself was up recording, but if you know anything about me, I don’t give a fuck what you think. I do what I want, and that’s what needed to be done.

Slipknot’s Corey Taylor

Slipknot re-release ‘All Hope Is Gone’ on December 7.

The Iowa metallers are currently preparing to release their sixth, as-yet-untitled full-length album.


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NME Festival blog: ‘Excess, addiction and self-improvement’ – Liam Fray shares update on Courteeners’ ‘groove-based’ new album

“I’m in the richest vein of form that I’ve ever been in”

Courteeners‘ Liam Fray has revealed that the band are in the final stages of their new album, which he describes as personal yet ‘escapist’ and ‘groove-based’.

This week saw the band announce a huge homecoming show at Manchester’s Heaton Park to 55,000 fans, with with support from JamesDMAs and Pale Waves. Having previously said that ‘the worst years he’s had’ are shaping their ‘bolder, braver, adventurous’ new album, Fray now hopes to have new material to show to fans in the very near future.

“We’re nearing the end, but every time I say that a new song comes out,” Fray told NME. “I’m in the richest vein of form that I’ve ever been in. We’re on fire. At the turn of the year we were a big pile of smoking ash, now that’s not the case. We’ve had a single mixed, but we’re still debating what to do with the whole thing. Can an album be 12 songs any more? Does anyone digest it. I love the idea of doing it, but is that just me being romantic?

“To us, the songs have just got to be explosive and blow you away live. There are only a couple of delicate moments, which is why it’s a shame that the album’s not there yet for the tour. Maybe we’ll just have to do a few more gigs next year.”

Courteeners, 2018

Asked if they might be airing new material when they hit the road for their run of winter dates which kick off this month, Fray replied: “I think we are going to do a few new ones on tour. We’re quite old school. We’ve gone back and forth with this. First you want to do it to get people talking, then you want people to hear the finished product rather than some shit version off someone’s phone.

“I think we’ll drop a few to see how they go down. It’s brave to do that. We know exactly what our setlist is and where the home runs are, but fuck it – let’s play something new.”

Speaking about the direction of their new single, Fray told NME that it was “one of the most unusual songs we’ve done, but it’s also fucking big and it’s got a big fucking chorus”.

“I think people are going to go for it,” Fray went on. “It’s not an off-putting left-turn. I’m probably the wrong person to ask. It’s hard to be judged after creating anything creative. Anyone who says they don’t care is a liar. People live with it and learn to love it. All the best people do that, they lead rather than follow.”

Earlier this summer, Fray said that their new sound was turning out to be more ‘loop-based’ and ‘inspired by hip-hop‘. As the band add the finishing touches to their new album, now he tells NME that they have remained in an experimental mode.

“It’s a bit LCD Soundsystem and groove-based,” he went on. “You never know what to say until it’s fucking done, but that’s still the case. It’s more dancey, but obviously with real players and a human element. You can hear the fucking breath on the hi-hat, rather than everything being programmed.”

As for the lyrics, the frontman said that the songs were some of his most personal, yet the record as a whole aimed to be more ‘escapist’.

“It’s still about all of the ups and downs: excess, addiction, self-improvement,” said Fray. “All the big guns, do you know what I mean? It just seems like everyday it becomes more prevalent. Like, ‘We’re all just kidding ourselves here, shall we just slow down?’ We’re trying to take stock a bit, as hard as that is when the world is imploding. We’re trying to enjoy ourselves and see the good in people. It can be pretty grim when you’re glued to the news. Music has always been about escapism, so let’s just escape.”

He added: “I can’t wait to just get on tour and be in a room with these people. These people are our fans and into what we do, how crazy is that? The fact that they’re coming to share it with you is a really special relationship. We stand there and sing and sweat with them. People need an escape, so we’re going to lose our voices and lose our minds – even if it’s just for a night.”

Tickets to Courteeners’ other upcoming UK shows are available here. The band’s full UK tour dates are below. Tickets to the Heaton Park show are on sale from 9.30am tomorrow (Friday November 2).

Thursday 15 November -Stoke Victoria Hall        
Friday 16 November -Birmingham O2 Academy          
Saturday 17 November – Leeds First Direct Arena     
Monday 19 November – Nottingham Rock City       
Tuesday 20 November – Leicester O2 Academy
Thursday 22 November – Llandudno Venue Cymru 
Friday 23 November – Newcastle Metro Arena 
Saturday 24 November – Glasgow SSE Arena
Monday 26 November – Southampton O2 Guildhall
Tuesday 27 November – Bristol O2 Academy    
Thursday 29 November – Hull Venue
Friday 30 November – Liverpool Echo Arena                                      
Saturday 1 December – London O2 Brixton Academy
Sunday 15 June – Manchester Heaton Park


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NME Festival blog: Drenge announce third album ‘Strange Creatures’ and 2019 UK tour

The band will hit the road in support of the record next spring

Drenge have announced the release of their third album, ‘Strange Creatures’, and details of a 2019 UK headline tour.

The Derbyshire duo, comprised of brothers Eoin and Rory Loveless, released their latest record in the form of the ‘Autonomy’ EP earlier this month.

‘Strange Creatures’ was produced by the band’s longtime collaborator Ross Orton (Arctic Monkeys, M.I.A., The Fall) and will be released on February 22, via Infectious Records. According to a press release, it was made “after months of chiselling away, ripping themes and ideas apart, and sewing them back together.”

The band added: “It’s a nocturnal record. A psychological horror movie on wax. Warped hallucinations from mundane observations as you move through it. Is that a school or a skyscraper on fire in the distance? Or maybe it’s just the ski village?

“You drive nearer, past roadside diners jammed with dancing teenagers, through Uncanny Valley, past the most unhygienic nightclub in the world. The stereo sounds like it’s going to fall apart at any moment. The car judders to a halt and all you can hear is the sound of the sea.”

The tracklist for ‘Strange Creatures’ is as follows:

‘Bonfire Of The City Boys’
‘This Dance’
‘Teenage Love’
‘Strange Creatures’
‘Prom Night’
‘No Flesh Road’

‘Never See The Signs’
‘When I Look Into Your Eyes’

Now a four-piece for live shows, Drenge will return to the stage this week for a one-off Halloween show in Sheffield. They will then embark on a UK headline tour next year. Register for pre-sale access here.

Drenge will play:

November 2018

3 – Sheffield, Hope Works

March 2019

27 – Glasgow, The Garage
28 – Northumbria, Institute
29 – Manchester, O2 Ritz

April 2019

1 – Cambridge, Junction
2 – London, Electric Brixton
3 – Portsmouth, Pyramids Centre
5 – Bristol, SWX
6 – Birmingham, O2 Institute Birmingham


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NME Festival blog: New Kanye West album ‘Yandhi’: release date, guest spots, producers and everything else we know

The ‘Yeezus’ follow-up is incoming

Just in case you hadn’t had quite enough Kanye West for one year, there’s another album incoming. Hold your eye rolls, though, cause this one could be quite exciting. Titled ‘Yandhi’ (stay with us), it’s reportedly a follow-on from for Kanye’s genre-busting, game-changing 2013 record ‘Yeezus’. Which certainly pitches it higher than half the Wyoming records, anyway.

With the album underway – and already delayed once, naturally – we thought best to round up everything we know about Kanye West’s ninth studio album.

When’s ‘Yandhi’ released?

Originally announced back in September and slated for a September 29, 2018 release, Kanye West has since delayed the release of ‘Yandhi’, in order to head to “what is known as Africa” for recording.

“I need to go, I need to find out what it’s really called,” he told TMZ, “Just grab the soil and be and cook food, five meals a day so the metabolism stays up, have my kids in the studio, and have the mic in the open so you can hear nature while we’re recording.”

Following that announcement, Kanye flew to Uganda – presenting the President of Uganda with a pair of Yeezys in the process.

The release date is now November 30 (commonly known as Black Friday) – which at least suggests he’s not rushing it, as he reportedly did with previous albums released this year.

“It is worth the wait,” says Kanye’s wife Kim Kardashian.

What is the artwork for ‘Yandhi’?

The artwork for ‘Yandhi’ features a similar stripped-back, minimalist style to that of ‘Yeezus’, emulating a transparent case for a MiniDisc, a now defunct audio format which was largely available from 1992 to 2013, and carried up to 80 minutes of music.

Check out the ‘Yandhi’ artwork below.

Kanye West’s ‘Yandhi’ artwork

What does ‘Yandhi’ mean?

Much as 2013’s ‘Yeezus’ was a less-than-subtle interpolation of the name ‘Jesus’, ‘Yandhi’ sees West comparing himself to Mahatma Gandhi – the Indian activist who led the Indian independence movement against British rule.

What is the tracklisting for ‘Yandhi’?

The tracklisting for ‘Yandhi’ has not yet been revealed.

Who features on ‘Yandhi’?

In a September visit to The Fader’s office, West reportedly confirmed the inclusion of 6ix9ine and XXXTentacion on ‘Yandhi’. The move has attracted widespread criticism, due to 6ix9ine’s previous guilty pleas to sexual abuse of an underage woman, and XXXTentacion’s widely-reported domestic battery allegations.

He also said Ty Dolla $ign would appear on multiple tracks, and that he was sending a hook to Rihanna for her to sing. It’s not yet known who has co-produced the tracks on ‘Yandhi’ alongside Ye – ‘Yeezus’ was, famously, co-produced by Rick Rubin. 

What will ‘Yandhi’ sound like?

Due to the similarities in name, many have speculated that ‘Yandhi’ will follow a similar sonic thread to ‘Yeezus’, Kanye’s 2013 noise-indebted, industrial hip-hop album. Upon its announcement, Def Jam Records (the parent company of Kanye’s GOOD Music) delivered a coy response to speculation that the album will indeed be ‘Yeezus’ follow-up.

A previously-released teaser clip for ‘Yandhi’ finds Kanye singing in falsetto and layering his vocal with countless vocal effects. Listen to that below.

In addition, during his visit to The Fader’s office, one fan captured 15 seconds of new music. In one track, he raps about “giving up my slave name”. He also addresses his children, saying: “Saint, you don’t really need a last name/North, you don’t really need a last name.“ Listen to that clip below.

“I started incorporating sounds that you’ve never heard before, pushing, and having concepts that people don’t talk about,” Kanye also told TMZ. “We have concepts talkin’ about body shaming and women being looked down upon for how many people that they’ve slept with. It’s just a full Ye album. Those five albums that I dropped earlier were like superhero rehabilitation. Now the alien Ye is fully back in mode, off of medication, working out, breathing as much fresh air as possible, thinking, doing, being himself.”

On October 14, Kanye live-streamed an 11-minute video titled ‘Spaceship calling earth| 3 Domes Uganda.’ In the clip, he rapped: “Relax your mind / Let your conscious be free / No matter what they say / I’m gonna still be free,” and also shouted out his “brother A$AP Ferg,” and mentioned a “2019 prophecy.” Check that out above.


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NME Festival blog: Bring Me The Horizon’s new album – release date, tour dates and everything we know so far

The band’s sixth LP arrives on January 25

Kingpins of modern British rock, Bring Me The Horizon‘s success is a tale of perseverance and redemption, while their evolution from scrappy, deathcore-peddling teens to the boundary-smashing behemoths they are today is integral to the wider success of modern British metal.

With the follow-up to mainstream breakthrough LP ‘That’s The Spirit’ fast-approaching, all eyes are on their next moves – below, we unpick everything we know about the record that’s sure to cement BMTH’s position as arena-fillers.

Latest news:

  • ‘Amo’ is now set for release on January 25, 2019
  • Tracklist unveiled 
  • The new album will feature a collaboration with Grimes
  • New track ‘wonderful life’ released

When will the new Bring Me The Horizon album be released?

Despite an original release date set for January 11, Bring Me The Horizon have now said that ‘Amo’ will drop on January 25, 2019. You can pre-order it here.

The update also included the album’s tracklist – check it out below.

What does ‘Amo’ mean?

As well as being the Portuguese word for love, frontman Oli Sykes revealed the deeper levels of meaning behind the name choice in an NME interview.

“Obviously ‘Amo’ is Portuguese for ‘I love’,” he explained, “[but] obviously there’s the ‘ammunition’ part and then in European Portuguese it means ‘master’. It sounds happy, but there are all these hidden meanings that make it more complex.”

When can we hear new music?

BMTH released the second single from ‘Amo’ on October 21. It’s called ‘wonderful life’ and features Cradle of Filth’s Dani Filth. Check out the official lyric video below.

Lead single ‘Mantra’ was premiered on Annie Mac’s BBC Radio show on August 21. The track features the lyrics “Do you wanna start a cult with me?”, which previously appeared on the billboard used to tease the band’s return.

Read the full NME verdict on ‘Mantra’ here.


MANTRA, a song by Bring Me The Horizon on Spotify

What’s all this about  ‘Mantra’?

A billboard featuring iconography previously used by the band appeared in Central London recently appeared in London. Thought to be the start of a teaser campaign for new BMTH material, it features a website which promises “Salvation will return” on August 21 – the date that new single ‘Mantra’ was released.

“Do you wanna start a cult with me?” it also reads – a lyric that later popped up on ‘Mantra’. It appeared alongside a phone number that connects callers to a woman called Samantha, who hurriedly tells you: “They’re making me do this. I didn’t know what I was getting myself into.”

After a distorted clip of music plays, the line goes dead. Fans slowed down the clip, which you can hear below – it later proved to be the opening verse to ‘Mantra’.


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NME Festival blog: Slipknot announce their first show of 2019, after teasing a new album for next year

Corey Taylor has stated multiple times that 2019 will be dedicated to Slipknot

Slipknot have announced their first show of 2019, after promising fans a new album and a world tour next year.

Read More: Corey Taylor says new Slipknot album ‘is ‘Iowa’ levels of heavy’

The newly announced show will see the band perform at the 2019 Iowa State Fair in their hometown of Des Moines. It marks the first time Slipknot has ever performed at the fair.

“I’m gonna drive from my house directly to the stage just like I do when I come to the fair,” Slipnkot percussionist Shawn “Clown” Crahan told the Des Moines Register. “It makes no sense why we haven’t played here.”

“This long into (Slipknot)? It’s fabulous,” he continued. He described how he would watch shows at the fair from behind the Grandstand fence marquee during the 1970s and ’80s, where acts like Iron Maiden and Metallica performed. “I was too young for some of ’em, a little scared to come by myself,” he said. “So I’d come down and act like I was doing things on the outside, but really just downloading the details.”

“It’s not only work and commerce; there’s a lot of spirituality here for me, it’s gonna be a really good time to play the fair and walk out and enjoy the fair,” he added.

The group will play on August 10, 2019 – a Saturday night. Tickets go on sale November 2.

Meanwhile, Slipknot have teamed up with an Iowa-based company for ‘The Slaughterhouse’, a haunted house experience based on the band.

Opening for the run-up to Halloween, creative director Ian Miller has shared a video tour of the attraction, which features a screaming corpse cut in two, creepy medical jars and ‘missing’ posters for the band’s members.

Explaining how the nu-metal titans inspired the attraction, Miller says: “Work wasn’t easy but it was easy to get to the work. It mapped really quickly, we barely had to think about it. A lot of our scenes, they already cater to the lyrics and the presence and the energy that Slipknot embody. “


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NME Festival blog: Architects stream emotive new ‘Holy Ghost’ documentary ahead of upcoming album release

‘Holy Hell’ will be released next month

Architects have released an emotive new documentary which sees the band discussing the events which have led up to the forthcoming release of their eighth studio album, ‘Holy Hell.’

The band information the aftermath of losing founding member Tom Searle to their recognition that “the only path was forward” following their loss. Searle died on August 20, 2016, following a three-year battle with cancer. He was 28 years old. After his death, tributes from the music world poured in

The 20-minute film features interviews, video from the recording of ‘Holy Hell’ and footage from Architects’ sold-out performance at Alexandra Palace to 10,000 fans in February 2018.

You can watch the documentary here:

Drummer Dan Searle, who can be seen in the opening moments of the documentary, said: “I guess the biggest lesson I’ve learned, that’s repeatedly come to me and actually underpins the whole meaning behind the record is that you can go through terrible things and come out as a better person at the other end of it.”

The Brighton-based spoke about the release of their forthcoming album earlier this year. In a press release, the group’s drummer – and Searle’s twin brother – Dan said: “Ultimately, there were two choices. Feel sorry for yourself and believe the world to be a horrible place and let it defeat you. Or let it inspire us to live the life that Tom would have wanted us to live.

“I was very worried about people taking away a despondent message from the album. I felt a level of responsibility to provide a light at the end of the tunnel for people who are going through terrible experiences.”

He added that the record, which was self-produced by himself and guitarist Josh Middleton, is “about pain; the way we process it, cope with it, and live with it…There is value in pain,” he said. “It’s where we learn, it’s where we grow.”

The band have also released two new tracks from their forthcoming album, ‘Royal Beggars’ and ‘Hereafter’, as well as announcing their biggest ever European and UK tour to date in 2019.

You can buy tickets for the gigs here and view the UK tour dates below. ‘Holy Hell’ is released on 9 November via Epitaph Records.

Architects 2019 UK tour dates

14 Jan 2019 – Manchester, O2 Victoria Warehouse
15 Jan 2019 – Manchester, O2 Victoria Warehouse
17 Jan 2019 – Glasgow, O2 Academy
18 Jan 2019 – Cardiff, Motorpoint Arena
19 Jan 2019 – London, The SSE Arena Wembley 


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