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Things are looking sparse on the Di Di Mau merch store! ‘Kids Don’t Behave Like This’ t-shirts are sold out, ‘the promise notes’ and ‘all you know and love t-shirts are sold out, and we are running out of the rest fast. If you want to get any of the remaining EPs and designs, get on it! Don’t say we didn’t warn ye!









Animal Disco are proud to announce that A Plastic Rose will play Auntie Annie’s on Friday 30th September. The first ever unsigned band to be play-listed on BBC Radio 1, A Plastic Rose have worked hard in toning their writing and tightening their live act. The show will be recorded live and a limited number of cd’s of the show will be available at the end of the night. Tickets go on sale Friday 12th August from usual outlets priced £6.

Rock and roll should hit you in the guts, and leave you wanting more. With their debut min-album, A Plastic Rose have done exactly this, seven tracks that leave you on your knees, begging for more.

Released on Di Di Mau Records, which is gaining an increasingly strong roster of important artists, The Promise Notes is a summation of where the band has got to so far, but leaves you in no doubt that the best is yet to come. With overwhelmingly positive reviews in the UK and Irish press The Promise Notes has successfully got people talking about this exciting new band, garnering them comparisons to the likes of Biffy Clyro, Snow Patrol, Foo Fighters, and Twin Atlantic

Their mixture of pure emotion and rock and roll dynamics has seen them winning over audiences all over the UK and Ireland, headlining the 2nd stage of the T Vital Festival and high profile gigs such as Arthurs Day in Dublin confirming that A Plastic Rose are THE most exciting new rock band in the UK right now.

With plans to release their debut full length album 2011 is already shaping up to be a key year for the band, and it seems like APR are ready to step up to the next level and win over an entirely new audience. With the likes of Snow Patrol’s Gary Lightbody claiming, A Plastic Rose are “A Revolution Of The Heart” who are we to argue?

A Plastic Rose are purveyors of mid nineties post-hardcore tinged ‘Catchy Alternative Rock‘®, rooted firmly in late naughties peacetime Belfast, where they have been cutting their teeth on the northern front since August 2006

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