Dinosaur Pile Up

Dinosaur Pile-Up have released an Amazon Original cover of Run DMC’s ‘It’s Tricky’. The track is only available to stream and purchase on Amazon Music.

We chose ‘It’s Tricky’ because it’s one of my all-time favourite songs. I just love it and it gets me pumped,” says Dinosaur Pile-Up’s Matt Bigland. “We were actually on a drive during a US tour when we were listening to music on the stereo in the van, and we’d been trying to think of which song we should cover – and then ‘It’s Tricky’ came on and Mike turned to me and I turned to Mike and we were both like – WE COULD DO TRICKY!!! And the decision was instantly made.

We were stoked on how much fun we could have with it and how heavy we could make it! When we recorded it we basically just had a blast and tried to make it as much fun as possible to record – I think you can hear that in the track. I hope fans get pumped on it – and slam it on the stereo and party.

Amazon Music listeners can find Dinosaur Pile-Up’s cover of ‘It’s Tricky’ on the playlist Rock Scene, a collection of the most exciting rock tracks around the world. Customers can also simply ask, “Alexa play the Amazon Original by Dinosaur Pile-Up” in the Amazon Music app for iOS and Android and on Alexa-enabled devices. In addition to the new track, Amazon Music listeners can access hundreds of Amazon Originals featuring both emerging and established artists across numerous genres, available to stream and purchase only on Amazon Music.

In 2019, Dinosaur Pile-Up released their acclaimed new album ‘Celebrity Mansions‘ via Parlophone. The album’s release saw Dinosaur Pile-Up lay claim as one of the UK’s most exciting and talked-about rock bands on both sides of the Atlantic. Their singles became radio smash hits with ‘Back Foot’ picking up regular spins from Radio 1 and reaching number four on the US rock radio chart. The album was also touted in Best Of The Year lists across the board.

The band recently announced their largest US tour yet, which will see them headline 15 dates across the States throughout April and May starting on April 16th. In addition, the band will be playing US festivals including Shaky Knees, Epicenter, Welcome To Rockville and more.

Before this, Dinosaur Pile-Up will be playing their largest headline UK show to date at London’s O2 Forum Kentish Town on April 3rd, with a few tickets still available to purchase. The band have also announced a warm-up show at The Wardrobe, Leeds on April 1st. All tickets are available via Here

In the summer they will be returning to the UK to play a string of festivals and have already been announced for 2000 Trees, Y Not Festival, Burn It Down and Boomtown, as well as European festivals including Mad Cool in Spain and Ireland’s Sunstroke Festival, with more to be announced soon.

There is no letting up for Dinosaur Pile-Up in 2020 as they continue their stratospheric rise.

April 1st – Leeds, The Wardrobe
April 3rd – London, O2 Forum Kentish Town

June 6th – Marshall Live at Marshall Arena, Milton Keynes
June 13th – Sunstroke Festival, Kildare
July 9th – 2000trees, Cheltenham
July 11th – Mad Cool Festival, Madrid
July 24th – 26th– Y Not Festival, Derbyshire
July 31st – August 2nd– Truck Festival, Oxfordshire
August 12th – 16th– Boomtown, Winchester
September 5th – Burn It Down Festival, Torquay

After their incredible performance at the London Palladium last month, Levellers have now announced UK and European tour dates for 2020.

Still going strong after 30 years in the game, they have long been, and still are, one of the best live bands around and they will be returning next year with a brand new studio album, alongside an extensive tour taking in double nights at some of their favourite towns and cities.

Over the years, Brighton folk-rock band Levellers have worn many masks; most self-made, some imposed upon them. But while their status has evolved over the decades, the basic humanity underpinning their music has remained constant.

Tickets on sale 8th November at 10am and will be available HERE.

12        Bury St Edmunds, The Apex
13        Bury St Edmunds, The Apex
14        Falmouth, Princess Pavilion
15        Falmouth, Princess Pavillion
26        Brecon, Theatre Brycheiniog
27        Port Talbot, Princess Theatre
28        Blackwood, Miners Institute
29        Llandudno, Venue Cymru

01        Liverpool, Grand Central
19        Guildford, G Live
20        Norwich, Uea
21        Margate, Dreamland

29        Sheffield, Leadmill
30        Coventry, Empire

01        Holmfirth, Picturedrome
02        Holmfirth, Picturedrome
13        Hastings, White Rock Theatre
14        Frome, Cheese & Grain
15        Aylesbury, Waterside Theatre
16        Southampton, O2 Guildhall

07        Eindhoven, Effenaar (Nl)
08        Amsterdam, Paradiso (Nl)
09        Koln Gloria, (De)
10        St Niklaas, Casino (Be)
11        Depot, Leuven (Be)

04        York, Barbican
05        Dundee, Fat Sams
06        Stirling, Albert Halls
07        Edinburgh, Liquid Rooms
08        Aberdeen, Lemon Tree
18        St Albans, Arena
19        Scunthorpe, The Baths Hall
20        Manchester, Albert Hall
21        Manchester, Albert Hall

03        Lancaster, Town Hall
04        Nottingham, Rock City
05        Nottingham, Rock City