THE DIRTY YOUTH: Release New Single "Just Move On" Off Of Upcoming Double-Album

Ascending South Wales rocksters 'The Dirty Youth' have unveiled a spanking new double A-sided video […]
November 15, 2015

Ascending South Wales rocksters 'The Dirty Youth' have unveiled a spanking new double A-sided video single of 'Just Move On' backed with a stunning makeover of the Blondie classic 'Atomic'. Check out 'Just Move On' here:

Born out of hard work, a strong DIY spirit and utter commitment, The Dirt Youth have amassed an impressive list of achievements that include successful UK & European tours with Korn, The Rasmus, Heaven's Basements Fozzy, InMe, and Reckless Love, multiple Download Festival appearances seven million YouTube views, fifty thousand fans on Facebook, and the honor of playing alongside Bruce Springsteen and Paul McCartney at Hyde Park. The band have also racked up widespread acclaim for their debut album 'Red Light Fix', which secured extensive praise from Kerrang!, Metal Hammer, Big Cheese Magazine, Kerrang! Radio and Rock Sound. The industrious quintet now break new ground with their new explosive double A single 'Just Move On' and 'Atomic'.

This year's sophomore full length release 'Gold Dust' saw The Dirty Youth again pick up much critical acclaim. Kerrang! Magazine hailed the record a 'Brilliant', marking the album with a KKKK review, and Metal Hammer, Big Cheese, Powerplay Magazine, Amazing Radio and Kerrang! Radio all keenly supported the release, with Jake Thomson from Kerrang! Radio declaring the album's lead single, 'The One', as his 'Single of the Week'. The album has
been a true progression for the band and one that illustrates their evolving style from metal punk titans to electronic fused rocksters. In pushing the envelope, the five piece have developed a fresh sound, and in turn have garnered many new fans. Now with the release of 'Just Move On', which is lifted from 'Gold Dust', and with their own reimagining of the classic Blondie track 'Atomic, which is complete with a slick video that pays homage to Debbie Harry and Co, The Dirty Youth are prepared to rule the airwaves. The band also head out on tour supporting Alien Ant Farm this January, see
dates below:

"The Dirty Youth" Tour January 2016:

5.1 Craufurd Arms, Milton Keynes
6.1 Rainbow Warehouse, Birmingham
7.1 The Garage, Glasgow
8.1 Rescue Rooms, Nottingham
9.1 Arts Club, Liverpool
10.1 Northumbria University, Newcastle
12.1 The Duchess, York
13.1 Waterfront, Norwich
14.1 Koko, London
15.1 Club Academy, Manchester
16.1 Corporation, Sheffield
17.1 The Junction, Cambridge
19.1 Lemon Grove, Exeter
20.1 Old Firestation, Bournemouth
21.1 Concorde 2, Brighton

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