Bleachers (Hope Simmers/Northern Exposure)

THE GASLIGHT ANTHEM | LONDON ROUNDHOUSE 27/03 | MORRIS SHAMAH

Bringing the UK leg of their sensational tour to an end, The Gaslight Anthem played their third consecutive evening at London’s Roundhouse.

The New Jersey quartet have traveled the length and breadth of the UK and Europe this month, playing sold out crowds everywhere they went.

Returning to the UK this summer, you can catch The Gaslight Anthem heading at this years 2000 Tree’s Festival.

ECHO & THE BUNNYMEN | LIVERPOOL EMPIRE THEATRE 26/03 | ETHAN PARRY MOSS

After a largely successful run of shows across the UK, Liverpool’s own Echo and The Bunnymen took their hometown by storm over two nights at a sold out Empire Theatre.

BLEACHERS | GLASGOW BARROWLAND BALLROOM 25/03 | HOPE SIMMERS

Internationally renowned songwriter Jack Antonoff brought is own musical project Bleachers to the UK this month. 9 years since their last appearance in Glasgow, Jack shares they played to just 9 people. Now, nearly a decade on, Bleachers have sold out a 2000 cap Barrowland Ballroom and probably could have done several times over. Boasting songwriting and producer credits with the likes of Taylor Swift, Lana Del Ray, Carly Rae Jepsen and 1975 to mention a fair few on his resume, there’s no stressing over filling venues now.

Read our review of Bleachers recent self titled album HERE

KEYSIDE | LIVERPOOL ARTS CLUB LOFT 23/03 | KAYLEIGH NICKSON

Celebrating the release of their debut EP Nikita (15/03/24) Liverpool band Keysideplayed their biggest headline show to date to a SOLD OUT hometown crowd.

Gaining all the right traction on the iconic North West soundscape, these Liverpool lads have already had airplay across major networks such as John Kennedy’s Radio Xposure and BBC Merseyside Introducing. Adding to those accolades recently with This Feelings (Gig Slutz) Track of The Day with their single ‘Turn Back Time’, the hype is definitely to be believed.

Support on the night came from Alex Spencer and East Exchange – read more on all the line up HERE.

THE JESUS AND MARY CHAIN | MANCHESTER ALBERT HALL 22/03 | HOLLY PIMLOTT

Legendary Scottish shoegazers The Jesus and Mary Chain took on two sold out nights at Manchester’s Albert in support of their latest album release ‘Glasgow Eyes’. The UK leg of the tour ended in London this week and April will see the guys head to Europe for another run of dates.

ERIC NAM | GLASGOW O2 ACADEMY 22/03 | KG

‘With a voice that can melt hearts and a stage presence that captivates thousands, Eric Nam has solidified his position as one of the most influential artists in the music industry. On the evening of his highly-anticipated ‘House On A Hill Tour‘ the excitement in the air was palpable as fans eagerly gathered in anticipation of a night that would be etched in their memories forever.’

Read the full review by KG HERE

OVERPASS | GLASGOW KING TUTS WAH WAH HIT 21/03 | BECCA KILPATRICK

Birmingham based Overpass are currently amidst their current SOLD OUT UK tour and on last week they made their most northerly stopped at Glasgow’s iconic King Tuts Wah Wah Hut. The band will wrap things up in a hometown show at the Birmingham O2 Institute on Saturday 6th April!

LIAM GALLAGHER & JOHN SQUIRE | MANCHESTER O2 APOLLO 20,21/03 | HOLLY PIMLOTT & ETHAN PARRY MOSS

Playing two back to back nights at a sold out Manchester Apollo were local legends Liam Gallagher (Oasis) and John Squire (The Stone Roses) who recently celebrated an official UK no.1 album with their collaborative self titled debut. Supports on both nights was Jake Bugg and joining them on the second night was Dillon Squire.

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FEEDER | MANCHESTER ALBERT HALL 20/03 | BELLA PROUDFOOT

‘A show like no other! Feeder’s performance was nothing short of mesmerising and the audience were completely transcended from start to finish. To put it lightly, grabbing yourself a ticket for this tour is an absolute necessity for any Feeder fan and certainly an experience you won’t forget.’

Read the full review of Feeder’s Albert Hall show HERE

Feeder will release new album Black/Red on April 5th.