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Sløtface announce UK and European headline tour for 2020

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They're taking ‘Sorry For The Late Reply’ out on the road

Sløtface share explosive single ‘S.U.C.C.E.S.S.’ and announce new album ‘Sorry For The Late Reply’

Sløtface share new single 'S.U.C.C.E.S.S. and announce new album 'Sorry For The Late Reply'
Sløtface have announced details of their second album 'Sorry For The Late Reply' by sharing their political punk new single, 'S.U.C.C.E.S.S.' After their acclaimed debut album ‘Try Not To Freak Out', 'S.U.C.C.E.S.S.' is the latest cut from the upcoming record – following on from NME Radio-playlisted new singles ‘Telepathetic' and ‘Stuff' as well as the climate-change-tackling 'Sink Or Swim'. This time, the lyrics are...

Sløtface tackle “the desperation of climate change” on powerful new single ‘Sink Or Swim’

Sløtface have tackled the daily fears of climate change on their powerful new single 'Sink Or Swim'. Check it out below. After their acclaimed debut album 'Try Not To Freak Out', 'Sink Or Swim' follows on from the NME Radio-playlisted new singles 'Telepathetic' and 'Stuff'. "It's about the desperation that comes when I think about climate change," said singer Haley Shea....

Sløtface return with new pop punk banger, ‘Telepathetic’

Sløtface have announced details of their return with the release of a new single, 'Telepathetic', which you can stream below. Read More: Sløtface – ‘Try Not To Freak Out’ Review The Norwegian four-piece, described by NME as "one of 2017's most exciting new bands" made waves in their debut year thanks to their riotous live shows and empowering pop-punk bangers...

Sløtface: ‘F**k you to any 50-year-old musicians who say that rock is dead’

Sløtface have spoken out against 'ageing '90s rockstars' claiming that 'rock is dead' among today's generation. The band released their acclaimed debut album 'Try Not To Freak Out' last year, and say that they have grown tired of the likes of Kasabian and the Gallaghers and other rock veterans being disparaging about the state of modern rock. “I just want to...

Øya 2018: 10 Norwegian acts you need in your life

Held at Tøyenpark in Norway’s capital of Oslo, Øya Festival returns next with headline sets from Kendrick Lamar, Arctic Monkeys, Lykke Li, Patti Smith and native Cezinando alongside the likes of St Vincent, Wolf Alice, J Hus, Jenny Lewis, Charlotte Gainsbourg, Brockhampton, Daniel Avery, The Lemon Twigs, Phoebe Bridgers, 6lack, Neneh Cherry, Yaeji and loads more. Yup, that's a pretty...