Hello! Welcome to another news roundup whereby we have a look at what's going on in the world of music. Today's roundup includes Guilfest, We Fell To Earth, Crank 2: High Voltage, Pink Mountaintops, Peggy Sue, John Vanderslice, Benicassim Festival and Spiritualized.

Peggy Sue

Peggy Sue (pictured above) will be releasing their latest single, 'Lover Gone', on the 18th of May to coincide with their Camden Crawl/Headline Tour/Great Escape dates. 24th April - CAMDEN CRAWL London, The Monarch (Wichita Party) 25th April - CAMDEN CRAWL  London, The Monarch (Domino Party) PEGGY SUE HEADLINE TOUR 2nd May - York, The Basement 3rd May - Salford, Sacred Trinity Church 4th May - Glasgow, Twisted Wheel 5th May - Manchester, Deaf Institute 6th May - Derby, The Royal 8th May - Norwich, Jurnets Bar 9th May - Southampton, Hamptons 10th May - Bristol, Cooler 15th May - London, Borderline 16th May - THE GREAT ESCAPE Brighton, Po Na Na


The Wailers, Nouvelle Vague, Athlete, Imelda May and Eat Static have been added to this years Guilfest (10-12th of July) line-up which already includes Motorhead and Brian Wilson. For more info head to www.guilfest.co.uk

We Fell To Earth

We Fell To Earth, the band featuring former UNKLE member Richard File, and Queens of the Stone Age collaborator Wendy Rae Fowler, have announced their first UK live show.  It will be at ICA in London on April 21st, the week before the release of their first EP. For more information head over to www.wefelltoearth.com

Crank 2: High Voltage

Another Jason Statham film? Do we really need one? I'll let you decide!

Pink Mountaintops

The Amazing Pink Mountaintops will release their third album on May 4 on CD/LP/Digital formats through Jagjaguwar. For more info head over to www.myspace.com/pinkmountaintops

John Vanderslice

John Vanderslice is back with a new album, Romanian Names, which will be released through Dead Oceans on 18th of May. MP3: John Vanderslice - Fetal Horses

Benicassim Festival

FIB Heineken and Supajam are launching the ultimate unsigned band competition – the prize is a chance to perform at this year’s Benicássim Festival. For more information head over to www.supajam.com


As the two recently announced Royal Fest Hall shows sold out almost instantly, an extra Spiritualized Ladies And Gentlemen performance has been announced for December at the Barbican. For more info head over to www.dontlookbackconcerts.com