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Household Name RecordsOfficial Website: http://www.householdnamerecords.co.uk
Artists with releases on this label:
Apologies, I Have None / The Smith Street Band
After shows with Boy Sets Fire, Anti-Flag, and The Menzingers, Apologies I Have None will be headlining their own brief European tour with support from Australia's…
Apologies, I Have None: "60 Miles" (Backseat Sessions)
E Minor Seven has posted a video of Dan and Josh from UK's Apologies, I Have None playing an acoustic version of the song "60 Miles" for the Backseat Sessions in…
The Cut Ups: "Torches"
Exeter, UK's The Cut Ups have unveiled a music video for "Torches." The song comes from 2012's Building Bridges. Starting…
The Cut Ups: "The Gold War"
The Cut Ups have posted the video for their third full length, Building Bridges. Starting…
Apologies, I Have None: "Long Gone" (Acapella)
Apologies, I Have None recently performed their song, "Long Gone," nearly acapella (with a ukulele making an appearance) The performance was recording in Germany and the song comes from their 2012 album, London. You can click Read More for the…
Apologies, I Have None: "Long Gone"
Apologies, I Have None have posted a new video from their 2012 album, London.…
Apologies, I Have None: 'London'
London's Apologies, I Have None have posted a stream of their full length debut, London. Check it out…
Apologies, I Have None: "Clapton Pond"
East London's Apologies, I Have None have released the video for 'Clapton Pond', the second video from their upcoming debut full length, London. In addition, the band have launched pre-orders for London on CD or LP, as well as a limited edition t-shirt, details of which you can find…
Jamie Morrison (The Arteries)
Currently causing waves across the UK punk underground, Welsh five-piece The Arteries may be just a bunch of friends who like to play music together and party, but with their punk anthems that mix a love of skate/pop punk and classic rock (think Descendents meets AC/DC and you're on the right track) they're one of the most exhilarating new bands on the scene as demonstrated on 2009's Blood, Sweat and Beers. In an interview with Ian Chaddock, bassist/vocalist Jamie Morrison talks about the band's history,…
The Cut Ups detail "The High and Mighty"
Exeter UK's The Cut Ups have posted the track listing and cover art for their follow up to 2006's Paris Street in Ruins, titled The High and Mighty. Household Name Records will release the album on January 26th 2009. The band previously posted the song "'These Bones Were Built on Rice," which can be downloaded…
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