Lower Than Atlantis announce breakup, final tour dates

Sad news from the Lower Than Atlantis camp today. After 11 years as a band, Lower Than Atlantis are calling it a day, explained in a lengthy statement posted to social media. In the statement they have also announced a series of final farewell shows for the UK and an upcoming final single.
In their statement they shared that they collectively “feel that we’d be doing all of you a disservice continuing this way”.

The final Lower Than Atlantis tour will see them playing Manchester, Birmingham and London in May 2019. Check out the full list of tour dates below.

The band came to prominence through a series of strong albums in the late 2000’s/early 2010’s, and while the British rock band were fairly consistent throughout their career, we’ll nominate their 2011 sophomore record World Record as their real defining moment. Brilliance.

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Album Review: Deaf Havana – “Rituals”

UK based alt-rockers Deaf Havana are back with their fifth studio album only 18 months after they released ‘All These Countless Nights’, and boy are they back with a bang! With two top ten albums under their belts since 2013, they have shown impressive growth, and have changed their sound, with every single album they have bought out which shows courage and strength as an artist.

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Reflecting on the legacy of Arcane Roots

When a band breaks up after a long and hugely successful career, a certain cluster of emotions usually comes to mind among fans: nostalgia for the years spent with their music; pride in their incredible accomplishments; and ultimately, acceptance that it is that band’s time to go. Yet a decidedly different feeling accompanies yesterday’s news that British progressive rock band Arcane Roots will be calling it quits. That’s not to say that the band’s music didn’t leave an incredible impact… to the contrary, they were one of the most breathtakingly original and captivating bands to grace progressive music in years. Yet the tragedy of their breakup at this particular moment is that this felt like a band which, for all their successes thus far, was just getting started.

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