Announcing “When Push Comes To Shove” by Soft Riot

It’s been a bit dormant here for a while in terms of releases, but things are on the move again with new releases starting now into the new year by a selection of artists across the lands of Europe.

But first off, it’s finally it’s here! The new Soft Riot album entitled When Push Comes To Shove, which will be officially released on 11 November 2019. The album contains eight new tracks and will be available in vinyl LP, compact disc and digital formats.

You can read more about this record here.

This release is available in a number of package formats:

  • Digital MP3
  • 12″ Vinyl LP
  • Digipak Compact Disc
  • 12″ Vinyl LP + Soft Riot “Ghost Marble” T-Shirt
  • Digipak CD + Soft Riot “Ghost Marble” T-Shirt
  • “Voidamol Voyager” LP — 12″ vinyl LP + Soft Riot “Ghost Marble” T-Shirt + 34mm square badge + 10cm x 10cm sticker + Voidamol Travel Tin Pack
  • “Voidamol Voyager” CD — Digipak CD + Soft Riot “Ghost Marble” T-Shirt + 34mm square badge + 10cm x 10cm sticker + Voidamol Travel Tin Pack


The record will be available through select distributors in the UK and Europe with some efforts to get some distribution in North America and beyond as well. But for now you can pre-order the album from the Possession Records store.

Taking Off The Edge Single

And as of today the FREE digital single Taking Off The Edge is available for whatever your price. This contains the title track from the album as well as two exclusive tracks from the album sessions. As it’s a freebie, the only requirement is that you need to enter your email address for the Soft Riot / Possession Records mailing list but you can unsubscribe at any time.

Release Show

There will be a release show of sorts for this record in Glasgow on 06 December 2019 at The Old Hairdressers. There’ll be a Soft Riot live set (obviously) as well as support from Aufbau Principle (Glasgow) and Vigilance State (Newcastle-Upon-Tyne), with some spectacular live visuals throughout the night by Glasgow video artist Georgina Penstkart.