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So, What's The Noise? January Edition

So, What's The Noise? is going to be a new series on my blog, where I'm going to talk about all things music, brands that are recording, new music that's come out, what's been announced, and all sorts of things like that. This isn't a review structured series either, this is simply talking about all things new in music. Both big and small bands, both local and not.

So let's get into what's came out recently...

Obviously, with it being Christmas and new year, there hasn't been a lot of music coming out, however, at the start of December Twin Atlantic released Barcelona, on the same day Mayday Parade also released a Christmas song called I'm With You and Fading Blonde released 25 a few days later. Then on New Year's Eve one of the favourites here at LifeIsALemon, Don't Forget Rupert released a new EP, however calling it new is slightly overexaggerating. They re-released their old songs, but they'd been improved, we got Long Time Coming, Blindfold, One Way Out, Keep Up, Everythings Gone Wrong and even an acoustic of The Past Is a Dangerous Place.

And what's coming out? 

So this month is seeing Twin Atlantic release their fifth studio album POWER, I am incredibly excited about this, I do have it on preorder as well, it comes out next Friday (the 24th). Trophy Eyes have also announced that they're releasing a new track this week (Wednesday the 15ths) I'm also quite excited about this too. Twin Atlantic are also releasing the music video for Barcelona tomorrow (Tuesday the 14th).

Anything else happening? 

Well, Hot Milk has announced they're supporting The Band CAMINO again, and they've also announced two headliners in mainland Europe (please come to Notts y'all). But even more exciting is that both Distant Blue and The Mocking Jays are recording new music, and I am super excited about that because them two bands always put our bangers so hopefully in the coming months we'll be able to hear them.

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