The March issue of Brum Notes Magazine is out now, packed full of the best in new music, style and your guide to what’s on in Birmingham.
This month sees Foals adorn the cover, fresh from the success of reaching number two in the album charts for their third LP Holy Fire and ready to head out on a sell-out tour.
Another band looking forward to performing to sold out venues throughout March are Bastille and we caught up with band leader Dan Smith to talk about their debut album, his love of film, their non-stop life of travel…and the benefits of being on the soundtrack to the world’s most popular football game.
Also interviewed in this month’s edition are London’s tropical popsters Theme Park and groundbreaking German producer Ulrich Schnauss, while we take a detour from music to talk beer and football with Spanish font of knowledge Guillem Balague, as he gets ready to drop in on a Birmingham pub to life the lid on life at Barcelona.
Closer to home, we get to know Brummie band Cold Fields better in our Fresh Talent section, while we also get the lowdown on Bombers and Youth Man ahead of their appearances at this month’s Brum Notes Issue Launch Party. More details on that here.
Raise a whiskey to St Patrick in our Food & Drink section and find out what Birmingham’s bright, young things are wearing with our winter-spring Style feature. Plus, there’s the usual mix of news, reviews and a comprehensive guide to what’s on in Birmingham throughout March, so plenty to sink your teeth into.
The new edition of Brum Notes Magazine is available to pick up for free from all your favourite haunts across Birmingham and the West Midlands, or you can read the digital edition online here.