The Scottish art rockers are marking two decades together with a pair of two night residencies in Glasgow and London, with tickets on sale soon.
Tours, Festivals & Gigs News
Monday, 26th January 2015
Friday, 23rd January 2015
One of Ireland's biggest festivals has announced its line-up and it's going to feature a huge hometown show for Hozier, as well as headline slots for alt-J and The Chemical Brothers.
Drummer Patrick Carney's injury hasn't healed in time, meaning their UK dates at London, Leeds and Cardiff have been cancelled - but they will still play the Isle of Wight.
The next raft of line-up additions for the Isle of Wight festival have been confirmed, adding depth to a bill topped by The Prodigy and The Black Keys.
Tuesday, 20th January 2015
The Scottish festival has been cancelled for the second year running, with some saying the future of the festival is now in doubt.
Monday, 19th January 2015
The Midlands four-piece are keeping up their momentum in 2015, with European and UK tour dates and new music on the way too.
One of Europe's most popular festivals has confirmed more of its line-up, with The Wombats, The Jesus and Mary Chain and Jessie Ware included.
Despite organisers best efforts, the iconic metal festival will not be going ahead in 2015.
The second year of the week-long celebration of the country's independent venues will see some amazing gigs - and a Frank Turner special on XFM!
Thursday, 15th January 2015
The European Festival Awards 2015 have awarded the Arctics two prizes and named Glastonbury as the Best Line-Up.
The 5 Best Songs Of The Week (26 January 2015)
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ALBUM OF THE WEEK: Rae Morris - Unguarded
The Blackpool-born singer goes it alone for her debut solo album.
The 5 Best Songs Of The Week (19 January 2015)
Come on guys, we can do this. We can get through January. We're nearly there. Listen to these great new tracks and before you know it, Spring will be here!
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XFM's top 100 indie love songs
XFM picks 100 of the very best indie love songs, some lovely, some bittersweet.