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The UK post-punk four-piece Apologies, I Have None will return with an even darker and more anthemic sound in their new album Pharmacie on 26th August 2016. The new album explores the effects of mental health issues on relationships and addresses the often misunderstood and ignored struggles faced by so many in the modern day. It is said to combine a grim outlook with rich imagery and brutally simplistic reality. As a thematic continuation of their previous two albums, Pharmacie will serve as an exciting third chapter for the band.

Since releasing their debut album London in 2012, Apologies, I Have None have been hard at work, spending much of their time in the recording studio rather than on the road – something that has enabled the band to stay prolific without compromising quality. They also released Black Everything in 2014 and a split with Luca Brasi in 2016.

Toeing the line between post-punk and melodic hardcore, Apologies, I Have None should appeal to fans of The Gaslight Anthem, Against Me, Balance & Composure, and The Menzingers. You can catch them on their latest tour from August onwards this year.



Upcoming Tour Dates:

10 – 12/08 | Punk Rock Holiday, Tolmin, Slovenia
21/09 | Antwerpen @ Kavka
23/09 | Munster @ The M-Pire Strikes Back festival
24/09 | Bremen @ Tower
25/09 | Hamburg @ Hafenklang
26/09 | Berlin @ Musik & Frieden
27/09 | Prague @ 007
28/09 | Leipzig @ Conne Island
29/09 | Wien @ Arena Dreiraum
30/09 | Luzern @ Treibhaus
01/10 | Strasbourg @ Caj Molodoi
03/10 | Genf @ Kalvingrad/Usine
04/10 | Bern @ Rossli
05/10 | Rorschach @ Treppenhaus
06/10 | Munchen @ Sunny Red
07/10 | Lindau @ Club Vaudeville
08/10 | Karlsruhe @ Alte Hackerei
09/10 | Wiesbaden @ Schlachthof
11/10 | Trier @ Exhaus
12/10 | Koblenz @ Circus Maximus
13/10 | Hannover @ Lux
14/10 | Koln @ MTC
15/10 | Amsterdam @ Sugarfactory
16/10 | Eindhoven @ Dynamo


Cover photo taken from YouTube


Find out more about Apologies, I Have None:

Official Website



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