Kids In Glass Houses have announced this morning that Australian fans will have their chance to bid the Welsh rockers farewell, dropping a run of headlining tour dates which will be among the last of their extensive career. Since the release of their 2008 debut LP Smart Casual, Kids In Glass Houses’ rise to the
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Cardiff-based pop punk outfit Kids In Glass Houses have officially announced their amicable split in a lengthy post on their official Facebook page, in addition to announcing a farewell tour set to kick off in Plymouth this October. In the statement, the band write that they are parting on good terms. “It’s a surreal and
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Welch post-hardcore rockers Lostprophets have announced Australian tour dates on the back of their appearance on the Soundwave 2012 line-up next year. Kids in Glass Houses and VersaEmerge will support them. In a career filled with millions of albums sales, sold-out stadiums and a slew of awards, (Best British Band, Best Single and Best Album)
Already on our shores and destroying our ears. Kids In Glass Houses have come a long way from their beginnings. Smart Casual being their debut and now the UK boys have just unleashed Dirt. It took me a few listens to finally crank this one. A quick turn around and this album revolves from ‘dirt’
Close your eyes and envision an enthused live set, to at least the first half of course. Kids In Glass Houses latest album Dirt withdraws lively experiences and brings attention to what may be modern. However, certain sets consist of only a few decent tracks. It’s kicked off with Artbreaker I, and setting the rock