Sixth album 'Helter Seltzer' is out on April 22
What with their double-act shtick and quirky online comedy videos, it’s always a slight surprise when WAS come out with another album of humour-free, largely indistinctive post-punk-flecked indie rock. Despite…
‘Business Casual’ marks the sound of a band who don’t know what they are any more. Having always hovered between ‘proper group’ and ‘comedy outfit’, the New York trio now…
New York band have begun working on the follow-up to 2010's 'Barbara'
Singer Keith Murray is experiencing vocal 'issues'
New York band will follow their festival appearances with seven-date tour
Rolo Tomassi, Field Music, Spector will also play the free Yorkshire event
Frightened Rabbit, Future Of The Left, Lower Than Atlantis also join the festival's line-up
The band warm up the Main Stage as Kings Of Leon prepare to headline
Duo play hit-laden set on NME/Radio 1 Stage
Band hit the road in November on 'Barbarians' tour
Comedy duo monkey around at festival
Plus there are some unexpected personal revelations on the Other Stage
Their [b]‘With Love And Squalor’[/b] album incontestably rocked, but follow-up [b]‘Brain Thrust Mastery’[/b] dropped the ball somewhat. Adding those superfluous synths made the whole thing too polite, too lacking in…
Chris Cain: 'It's a great gift for your girlfriend'
New York duo will preview 'Barbara' this afternoon
New Yorkers get ready to introduce world to 'Barbara' - their new album
Plus Lightspeed Champion and Speech Debelle round off day two of the London festival
Band will make live debut with Andy Burrows at The Chapman Family concert
Keith Murray and Chris Cain to return in April
Keith and Chris to play Hoxton show later this month
Andy Burrows-enhanced band have been writing songs in exotic locations
Band journeyed to Chicago for election night
Prodigy and Zutons also perform at intimate island festival
Chris Cain: 'We are among top five We Are Scientists cover bands'
Watch the New York duo have a band tiff now
New York band bring out the hits on the Main Stage
Plus band apologise for rubbish backdrop on Main Stage
Band set to appear as Michael Caine's The Ethosphere
Plus band drum up business for festival's food stalls