All The Young new video ‘Quiet Night In’
aaamusic | On 12, Sep 2011
ALL THE YOUNG
Release new single ‘Quiet Night In’ on October 10th
Headline tour concludes with special homecoming show at the King’s Hall
“Those present will be able to say they were there when the new guitar revolution kicked off.” – NME live review
“All The Young bring a touch of second album Clash and mid-period Manics to their rousing, anthemic songs” – Sunday Times Culture
Recently seen supporting Morrissey, The Courteeners and Hard-Fi following personal invites from all three artists, the rise of All The Young continues with the release of their third single ‘Quiet Night In’ on October 10th on Midlands Calling / Warner Bros. Records.
Produced by GGGarth Richardson (Biffy Clyro, Red Hot Chili Peppers) and mixed by Rich Costey (Muse, My Chemical Romance), the crackling melodies of ‘Quiet Night In’ bridge the gap between the finest traditions of anthemic Brit rock ‘n’ roll with captivating hooks reminiscent of Bob Mould’s work with Sugar.
‘Quiet Night In’ is the band’s third single following ‘The First Time’ and ‘Welcome Home’ which placed the spotlight upon All The Young as an emerging talent to watch with radio support provided by Zane Lowe and XFM. The singles were followed with the release of ‘Live At King Tut’s’ EP from which the track ‘Arcane’ was selected as a Q Track of the Day.
In other recent news, the quartet were chosen to open for The Wombats at their iTunes Festival show at London’s Roundhouse and they also performed an acoustic session for Absolute Radio.
All The Young will embark upon a full UK tour in September that includes a London date at the Borderline and concludes with a special homecoming show at Stoke’s 1000 capacity King’s Hall.
21st – Wrexham, Central Station
22nd – Preston, Mad Ferret
23rd – Doncaster, Social
24th – Manchester, Night and Day
26th – Glasgow, King Tut’s
29th – Leeds, Cockpit
30th – Blackburn, Live Lounge
1st – Sheffield, Plug
4th – London, Borderline
6th – Derby, Victoria Inn
7th – Luton, Charlie Brown’s
8th – Stoke, King’s Hall