Joe Dolman Announces March UK Tour

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One of our favorite artists here at Adore, Joe Dolman, has just announced a March UK tour consisting of five dates. The first four dates will be full band shows.

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Joe is an extremely talented and charismatic performer. At just 22 years old, his ability to captivate a crowd is truly incredible. These shows are not to be missed! (I’m only missing them because I’m stuck across the pond.) Tickets go on sale at 9am GMT on January 13th, so make sure to snag yours before they sell out!

Check out one of Joe’s recent releases, “I Think It’s Strange” here. (It just hit a quarter of a million streams on Spotify!)

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Don Broco announce huge UK arena tour plus Wembley gig

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Don Broco announces huge UK arena tour including Wembley date!

In early 2019, February to be exact, UK rockers Don Broco will be heading on the road for their biggest UK arena tour to date, which will climax with a date at Wembley.

From Michael Jackson to Madonna and Muse to Oasis; Wembley Arena, probably the most famous arena in the UK has seen all the greats and Don Broco can soon add their name to the list of artists who have played there.

Don Broco will be joined on this tour by Neck Deep and Issues.

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Just in case this wasn’t enough amazingly good news for Don Broco fans to take in, the band also released the video for “Greatness” and believe me when I say that it’s pure cinematic genius.

Coasts announce October tour in the U.K.

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Coasts may still be on their biggest U.K. tour to date but that didn’t stop them for announcing this morning that they will be back on the road in October with a ten date UK tour.

This tour revisits some of the cities from the band’s epic 38 tour including Leicester and Cambridge.

Coast’s third album This Life Vol. 2 is set for release on the 10th August so we can expect to hear new songs as well as old favourites. The question is, will “Wallow” make the list?

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Coasts announce new album and marathon UK tour

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How are your excitement levels right now? Mine are through the roof and it’s all because of Coasts who made not one but two massive announcements today.

Coasts’ greatly anticipated second album entitled This Life will be released on the 18th August.

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If this wasn’t enough good news for one Wednesday the guys from Coasts also announced a marathon 38 date UK album tour!

Coasts will be playing at many cities where they haven’t been before as well as some of their favourite haunts. So whilst we at Adore worry about how Chris Caines’ voice will hold up, the question isn’t so much will you be going but rather how many of the dates will you be going to?

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Song of the Week: You & Me

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If you listen to music at all, then there’s a new name floating around that you should make yourself familiar with. That name is The Hunna. Newly signed to 300, this band is blowing up fast.

If you’re looking for a place to start, “You & Me” is a perfect introduction to this group of British rockers. This jam offers infectious choruses, tight guitar riffs and danceable rhythms—qualities that are sure to make it your new favorite song.

Watch the video for “You & Me” below!

“You & Me” will be featured on The Hunna’s debut album, 100, which you can pre-order here.

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They will also be embarking on a US headlining tour, kicking off in Boston on June 12. Check out the dates below and get tickets here.

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Coasts To Cross “Oceans” For North American Tour

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British band Coasts have just announced a 2016 North American headlining tour. They will be kicking off their tour in Nashville, TN on April 13 and wrapping up in Orlando, FL on May 23. Knox Hamilton and Symmetry will be opening.

This five-piece band is comprised of Chris Caines (vocals), Liam Willford (guitar), James Gamage (bass), David Goulbourn (keyboard) and Ben Street (drums). They were no stranger to North America last year—they toured with Bad Suns, headlined their own shows and opened for acts such as Weezer and Smallpools. Whether opening or headlining, Coasts always make an impression, commanding the attention of all in attendance.

They will be performing songs from their self-titled debut album, Coasts, which was just released on January 22nd. Their music contains elements of pop, rock, electronic and dance—the perfect combination for an amazing concert.

Check out the tour dates below and make sure to get your tickets here!

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