The Subways - 'Kiss Kiss Bang Bang'

The Subways - 'Kiss Kiss Bang Bang'

For the love of God, somebody please call up The Subways and tell them it’s 2012. We’ve got the first black president in the White House. The Arab Spring happened. Aung San Suu Kyi was released from prison. The world has moved on. And the only...

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Album Review: The Subways - 'Money And Celebrity'

The Subways - 'Money And Celebrity'

“ It’s a party/And don’t you know it don’t get much better! ” (‘ It’s a Party ’). No-one’s saying The Subways haven’t pioneered a new paradigm for the punk-rock genre, but after two albums treading water in the tricky oceans...

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The Subways

The Subways

If you’re tired of your favourite bands bemoaning the ‘difficult second album’ on the eve of phoning in substandard sophomore efforts, spare a thought for The Subways. Enduring Billy Lunn’s potentially voicebox-curtailing surgery, then the...

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The Subways

The Subways

What doesn’t kill you, so the saying goes, only makes you stronger. Considering singer Billy Lunn’s much-publicised throat problem (he was in danger of permanently losing the power of speech, let alone song), and his split with bassist (not to...

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The Subways

The Subways

Adding further credence to the notion that a love split certainly makes for some tasty guitar licks, The Subways’ newie is stacked full of California sunshine and some of the downright cutest backing vocals we’ve heard since Juliana Hatfield...

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The Subways: Various venues and dates, Austin, Texas

The Subways: Various venues and dates, Austin,...

Despite sounding like many other grunge-themed American power trios, Home Counties heroes The Subways are currently in the process of winning hearts and minds Stateside on their 21-date tour. Yes, where Oasis, The Libs and, um, The Music have all...

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The Subways : Young For Eternity

The Subways : Young For Eternity

It’s the stuff that small-town dreams are made of. Teach your missus bass, aged 16, chuck your little brother the drumsticks and make sure he grows his hair, enter a battle of the bands contest, win a competition to play Glastonbury and then…...

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The Subways : Rock&Roll Queen

The Subways : Rock&Roll Queen

Watch out Nine Black Alps and other non-ironic wearers of checked flannel shirts – The Subways have come up with the grungiest riff since The Vines’ ‘Get Free’ earned them a year’s supply of McDonald’s burgers. While it may be some...

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