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United Bottles To Release LP On Distr-Oi! Records

We are delighted to announce we will teaming up with United Bottles to help release their album “The Spirit and the Legacy” on vinyl, With the release of the album on CD on the 7th July 2017, but due to high demand for a vinyl release we are really excited to be helping with the vinyl release.

UNITED BOTTLES entered the studio to commence work on their full length debut album in early 2017 having previously recorded a demo. With the end product being “The Spirit and the Legacy” with the CD already out we will be working fast to get the vinyl version out with more info to come soon. In the meantime pick up a copy of the CD off the band also check out the video for the “Working Class Victims” off the album and try and catch the lads at some of their gigs listed below:

Upcoming gigs:
July 16:
DUBLIN, Iveagh Gardens
(with Dropkick Murphys) POSTER

July 29:
BELFAST, Voodoo
(with The Mahones) POSTER

August 3-6:
BLACKPOOL REBELLION INFO

August 19-20 :
IRELAND, “GGI Fest”, Carlow INFO

September 16:
UTTOXETER, “Punk Uttoxeter”, The Old Star INFO POSTER

October 28:
DUBLIN REBELLION INFO

November 17:
BELFAST, Voodoo POSTER
(with Gimp Fist)

December 9:
LONDON, Boston Music Room POSTER
(with Gimp Fist and The Angry Agenda)

For those of you unaware of United Bottles we have include a bio below:
“UNITED BOTTLES formed in 2015 from members of the sadly departed Belfast Oi! band “Runnin’ Riot”.
They play uncompromising melodic, sing-a-long StreetPunk tunes, incorporating a slightly heavier edge at times.

Intially starting out as a three piece outfit, playing locally on the Belfast scene, a mini Irish tour with Cork city Oi! stalwarts The Jollars, and the “GGI Festival” in Glasgow, they recruited second guitarist Phil in October of 2016. In December, the band supported Gimp Fist to a ‘sell-out’ crowd in London.

2017 is set to be a big year for the band, with support slots for bands such as Booze & Glory, Gimp Fist and the Dropkick Murphys, and both Rebellion Festivals in Blackpool and Dublin.”