Guns N’ Roses are back. The headline I’ve been waiting for, for what seems like my entire life, is now here, kind of. Slash and Axl are friends again and will be performing together at Coachella 2016, as well as allegedly embarking on an arena tour, so there’s only really one thing to say…
Take me down to the Paradise City.
We already know that Foo Fighters are one of the headliners for Glastonbury Festival this year, but last night it was revealed that Kanye West will also be taking to the Pyramid Stage over the weekend.
This could either be a huge success or a gigantic fail.
There’s still a couple of months until Kurt Cobain: Montage of Heck is released, but the trailer that was released yesterday was enough to throw my emotions into overdrive and give me a whole new batch of feels that I really did not sign on for.
It’s a hard life being a Fangirl, and releases like this really doesn’t help! The trailer includes home videos and animated scenes to show the story of one of the greatest stars that ever lived (just my opinion, don’t hate) and it actually looks amazing!
Yesterday, the new Mumford & Sons single was released, called Believe, and it’s erm… very different. Very, very different…
There is less than a week before I see Noel Gallagher at the O2, and I’ve just realised that I’ve barely listened to his new album. By barely listened, I mean I’ve heard the two singles and not much else. It’s time to start panic listening.
Let me assure you – that is a real thing.
Last night, while I was at the Queen concert, the final headliner for this year’s Reading and Leeds festivals was announced, along with some other acts. I swore that I wouldn’t go back this year, but I might actually have to go, because the line up looks banging!
Headlining this year’s festival are Mumford and Sons, Metallica, and The Libertines, and the confirmed support acts are pretty damn sick!
It was recently announced that Noel Gallagher will be touring next year, in support of his upcoming High Flying Birds album, titled Chasing Yesterday.
Tcikets for his London O2 gig start at £40 (if you want to sit next to Jesus while you watch Noel perform), are about £55 for standing tickets (that’s minus a booking fee) with a massive £70+ for a decent seat in the arena.
Noel – r u 4 real?
Glastonbury tickets sold out within half an hour of them going on sale. I spent my morning battling with SeeTickets to try and secure a pair of tickets (one for my cousin) and now I want to burst into tears.
I spent 25 minutes shaking, refreshing two laptops and a phone, while memorising card numbers and registration details. I entered my card details (while shaking) only for the website to then crash, reload, and tell me the tickets were sold out.
I could cry. Someone tell my cousin for me!
Earlier this week the 1975’s debut album went platinum. If you haven’t heard of them by now, then there is something wrong with what you’re doing with your life.
They are amazing, and have worked their way through the charts over the past couple of years. They’re in the middle of a tour, and I’m going to their London gig at Ally Pally next week (yay!)
The news of the album going platinum went out via this tweet from singer Matt Healy: