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One Liners: Snoop Dogg, Becky Hill, The Horrors, more

By | Published on Monday 18 October 2021

Snoop Dogg


Snoop Dogg has announced that he is pushing back UK and Ireland dates previously set for March next year to August and September 2022 due to COVID-19 concerns. “My biggest priority is to keep my team and my fans safe, due to ongoing issues with the pandemic we have to push back again to make sure we can go to every country on the tour in a safe way”, says the rapper in a statement.



UK collecting society PRS For Music has appointed Colin Campbell-Austin to the newly created role of Head Of Inclusion & Employee Experience. “I am proud to be taking on this role at PRS For Music at a pivotal moment for the global music industry, as we build together towards a more inclusive future for employees and music creators alike”, he says.



Becky Hill has released the video for her latest single ‘My Heart Goes (La Di Da)’. She is currently entering the final week of a sold out UK tour.

The Horrors have released new single ‘Against The Blade’. The track is taken from a new EP of the same name, which is out on 5 Nov. The band also have three live shows lined up in Bristol, Manchester and London in November and December.

Herbert has released new track ‘Gold Dust’, featuring Bianca Rose. The first Herbert album since 2001 is set for release this week. A new documentary about Matthew Herbert’s wider music world, ‘A Symphony Of Noise’, is also set to premiere at the Barbican in London on 4 Nov.

K Flay has released new single ‘Nothing Can Kill Us’. She’s also announced that she will play shows in London and Manchester in January.

EERA has released new single ‘The Beat’. “It’s about getting convinced by these voices and these people and thinking that they are right”, she says. “It’s my way of removing myself from these critics and saying if you can accept me for me then you can join me on my path. In recent years my confidence has been lowered and I have to work each day on not taking it as an attack, but rather as a way to have dialogue and possibly to even grow from it”. Her new album, ‘Speak’, is out on 3 Dec.

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