Great to see the new video by Steev Bartholomew for Entity BMX features ‘Move on’ by Steve Hewitt.
The meet was on Saturday night at Prevail Skatehouse and it was a Ride-On (mature) event and this track suits it perfectly.
Glad to see some great riding and not too many injuries.
Check out the video here; https://www.facebook.com/SteevCvmHQ/ where it says ‘Entity BMX Shop RIDE-ON Prevail Skatehouse – May 2019. 18 / 05 / 19.
Starring: Johnny Jenkins, Bomber, Ian Legg, Mike O’Connell, Grant Yerbury, Matt Hodkinson, Val Ward, Jay Cowley, Jason Boyd, Amos Burke,
Neil Waddington & Dan Shearer.
Edited and filmed by SteevCVM.
Tune: ‘Move On’ by Steve Hewitt.
Courtesy of ENGINEER RECORDS.
We’re speaking with Metal Hammer right now about an SOTM track from ‘Eulogy’ on their new compilation CD and whilst we wait the band have dug out some classic SOTM Angels and Skulls design t-shirts. They are available for just £7.50 each right now from their bandcamp at: https://sonofthemourninguk.bandcamp.com Go get them!
Just to let you all know that we are speaking with SIRENS & SHELTER about three new tracks, possibly forming an EP called ‘Sound the alarm’ and currently waiting on a video edit for the rocking first track from it, entitled ‘Carried Your Weight’.
At the same time we are speaking with a US band, SLEAVE about a new album and also a UK band, SKY CASSETTES, featuring ex-members of IRIS, about a possible release too.
Finally, we are waiting on RED LIGHT RUNNER to provide us with tracks for their new EP too, which we can’t wait to hear, but is delayed as they too work on a video for the first track.
Get on with it guys!
This Saturday We Came From Wolves make their long awaited return to a Glasgow stage, headlining Broadcast, with support from Fashion By Fire & Everyday Pharaohs.
This is gonna be an absolute banger… three class bands, a packed sweaty room, all the vibes, Saturday night and BEERS.
Get involved and see what WCFW have been working on over the last year.
See you down the front!
Son of the Mourning’s album ‘Eulogy’ is officially released today and available at all good record stores & online distros, as well as on digital channels for download, as well as direct from Engineer Records or the band themselves at http://www.sotmuk.bigcartel.com
The band has been on www.fabradiointernational.com with Mark Norcliffe promoting the album.
Another great review of the new Steve Hewitt album ‘Bigger Than Words’ from Real Gone Rocks – “An Americana sound with English roots… Really embeds itself over time”.