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Bassist PJ Shepherd leaves Apologies, I Have None

UK punk act, Apologies, I Have None have announced the departure of their bassist, PJ Shepherd.

You can read what they had to say below.

Black Everything came out May 12 through Beach Community. This was their first release since the departure of vocalist/guitarist Dan Bond.



Apologies, I Have None are streaming upcoming EP “Black Everything”

UK Folk Punk act, Apologies, I Have None are streaming their new EP “Black Everything” in its entirety.

You can give it a listen here.

Black Everything, due out May 12 through Beach Community. This is their first release since the departure of vocalist/guitarist Dan Bond.



Apologies, I Have None stream new song

UK Folk Punk act, Apologies, I Have None have released a new song, ”Raging Through The Thick And Heavy Darkness Of A Bloodlust.”

You can listen to the track below.

The song is off of their upcoming EP, Black Everything, due out May 12 through Beach Community.

This is their first release since the departure of vocalist/guitarist Dan Bond.



Apologies, I Have None recording new EP, vocalist/guitarist Dan Bond leaves band

U.K. folk-punks Apologies, I Have None have announced that their vocalist/guitarist, Dan Bond, has left the band. The band plans to continue on as a three-piece and release their new EP through Beach Community (UK) and Uncle M Records (GER).

They have also announced some European tour dates.

The band released “London” in March of 2012.



Apologies, I Have None release music video for full band version of “Foundations”

U.K. folk-punks Apologies, I Have None have released a music video for the full band version of their song “Foundations.”

You can check it out here.

The band released “London” in March of 2012.



Apologies, I Have None perform “60 Miles” acoustically

UK’s Apologies, I Have None have performed an acoustic version of their tune “60 Miles” for the Backseat Sessions. Check it out here.

The group last released “London” in March of last year.



Make Do and Mend announce Europe/UK tour with Apologies, I Have None, Daylight and Chain of Flowers

Hartford, CT punks Make Do and Mend have announced a monthlong string of tourdates in Europe and the UK with Apologies, I Have None, Daylight, and Chain of Flowers.

You can check out the dates here.

Make Do and Mend released their last album, Everything You Ever Loved, last year on Rise Records.



Apologies, I Have None release music video for “Long Gone,” touring Europe

U.K. folk-punks Apologies, I Have None have released a music video for their song “Long Gone.”  The song is off of their debut album, “London.”  To watch the video, click here.

The band released “London” in March and are currently on tour in Europe.  They will also be joining Joyce Manor on tour in September.  You can click here to check out those dates.



WTFest 4 announced with Polar Bear Club, The Skints, Apologies, I Have None and more!

Southampton, UK promotions company Wrong Way Round have announced the 4th annual ‘celebration of punk  and hardcore’ WTFest. The festival will take place in various venues in Southampton from Thursday August 30th until Sunday September 2nd.

The line-up so far boasts 14 bands including Polar Bear Club, The Skints, Tellison, Apologies, I Have None, Fighting Fiction, Great Cynics, The Arteries, The Cut Ups and Calvinball. A further 26 bands will be announced over the coming months. You can see the full line-up here.

Tickets will go on sale on May 4 and priced at a tiny £25 for the whole weekend and day tickets between £7 and £10. Keep up to date with all things WTFest on Facebook by clicking here and joining the group.



Apologies, I Have None perform acoustic version of “Clapton Pond”

Apologies, I Have None recently performed an acoustic version of their song “Clapton Pond.”

You can watch the performance here.

The track appears on the band’s new full-length album, “London,” which was released on March 19th.



Apologies, I Have None stream their debut album

Apologies, I Have None are streaming their upcoming debut album London. It’s available for listening here.

London will be released on Monday (March 19th) and will be available from the band on their upcoming tour.



Music Video: Apologies, I Have None, – “Clapton Pond”

British punk rockers, Apologies, I Have None, have released a video for their new song “Clapton Pond” and you can check it out right here.

The track will appear on the band’s upcoming full-length album, “London,” which is slated for a March 19th release date and will be available from the band on their upcoming tour.



Music Video: Apologies, I Have None – “60 Miles”

British punk rockers Apologies, I Have None have released a video for their new song “60 Miles” and you can check it out right here.

The track will appear on the band’s upcoming full-length album, “London,” which is slated for a March 19th release date and will be available from the band on their upcoming tour.



Tour: Great Cynics announce 2012 UK tour dates w/ Crazy Arm & Apologies, I Have None

East London folk-punks Great Cynics just wrapped up a short run of UK tour dates w/ Crazy Arm and Smokey Bastard yesterday and have already announced they will be heading out on another run of UK tour dates in March 2012 w/ Crazy Arm and Apologies, I Have None.

Check out a full list of dates and locations for the tour here.

Great Cynics’ last release was “Don’t Need Much,” which came out in June via Kind Of Like Records. Apologies, I Have None are also offering a free download of a new song, called “60 Miles,” off their upcoming album.



Apologies, I Have None releasing new album, offer free download of new track “60 Miles”

British folky(?)-punk rockers Apologies, I Have None are streaming a brand new song titled “60 Miles” which you can stream/and or download right here.

The band comments on the song:

This song was the last song we completed for the album so it still feels the newest when we practice and play it out, but truth is that the core parts of this song have been around since before PJ and Joe joined the band, when me and Josh practiced in the box room of our house near Victoria Park in Hackney on a quietened drum set that barely fit in the room next to a pile of amps that just crept over the volume of the kit. Since then it’s been changed up a lot and practiced as a four piece, but we’ve never had words for it despite having played it across three years or more while other songs have been started and finished in the meantime. As we were getting close to recording the record, the whole thing quickly fell together in a matter of days, undergoing another batch of changes and rapidly getting demoed and completed just before we headed into the wilderness to record with Pete Miles.

No word on a release date for the album but we’ll keep you posted.