Pop-punk double header at the Waterfront
Colin WilsonTonight is Goodbye and Attack! Attack! bring their co-headlining tour of the UK to the Waterfront, Norwich, on Monday (7.30pm).Tonight is Goodbye are a hook-ridden pop-punk band hailing from Buckinghamshire.Colin Wilson
Tonight is Goodbye and Attack! Attack! bring their co-headlining tour of the UK to the Waterfront, Norwich, on Monday (7.30pm).
Tonight is Goodbye are a hook-ridden pop-punk band hailing from Buckinghamshire. After forming in 2005 they have more than proved their worth in the short years they've been together. Having already received support from RockSound, Kerrang!, Radio 1 and more, the band are all set to release their latest single Fire in the Hole on Monday.
Formed at the beginning of last year Cardiff- based Attack! Attack! have already begun to make quite the impact on an unsuspecting UK scene. Since the release of their self-titled debut album in November, the hard working band have already sold over 4,000 copies and counting, in addition to a successful supporting trek alongside Funeral for a Friend. With an appearance at last years Reading Festival already under their belts and great support from the heavyweights of rock press and the DJs at BBC Radio 1, there's certainly no doubting the intial blow of Attack! Attack! Look out for the band's new single You and Me which was released on Monday through Rock Ridge Music.
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