Amplified Blog

  • Pink Floyd Exhibition

    2nd September 2016

    Did you know pigs can fly?

    Neither did we until this week when Pink Floyd flew an inflatable pig over the V&A Museum to announce their massive exhibition opening in 2017!

    We have all be praying for a Pink Floyd Reunion and we are one step closer with their new exhibition The Pink Floyd Exhibition: Their Mortal Remains. Its already building huge anticipation as it will be an amazing insight into one of the worlds most influential bands.

    The exhibition opens on the 17th May 2017, so be ready and get your tickets now!

    Also make sure you look the part with one of our Amplified Pink Floyd T-Shirts

  • Reading & Leeds

    23rd August 2016

    August bank holiday is this weekend and we all know what this means, its Reading and Leeds festival!

    With Foals, Disclosure, Red Hot Chilli Peppers, Biffy Clyro and Fall Out boy all headlining its going to be an epic weekend.

    We will all be rocking out to Red Hot Chilli Peppers, if you are going or whether you are watching on the T.V. So be sure to check out our range of Red Hot Chilli Pepper clothing to get you in the mood!

  • 50 Years of Revolver

    5th August 2016

    It's the 50th anniversary since the release of Revolver by the Beatles today!

    Revolver was the seventh studio album by The Beatles and was released on the 5th August 1966.

    It's no wonder that it is considered one of the best Beatles' albums as it was in the charts for 34 weeks! 

    Celebrate this anniversary and treat yourself to one of our Revolver T-Shirts.

  • Boom Box Collection

    29th June 2016

    We're going old school!

    Introducing our new Boom Box collection which celebrates the icons of the urban music scene. Eminem, Motown, Run DMC and more, we have a wide selection of new T-Shirts.

    Check out the full collection here!

  • Get Excited for Glastonbury!

    21st June 2016

    Glastonbury is finally here!

    With most of the campers making their way to the legendary Worthy Farm tomorrow, its safe to say we are pretty excited.

    Even though the weather forecast is changing everyday, here at Amplified we don't mind if it pours or shines, we know this weekend is going to be unforgettable.

    The Glastonbury website has been our main source for all upcoming news, and their latest snaps of the farm have got everyone buzzing!

    If you aren't making an appearance at Worthy Farm this year, have no fear!

    Treat yourself to our Bring me the Horizon T-Shirt and watch all the live action on BBC, with BMTH playing on Friday on the Other Stage at 7:10pm!

  • Rock on, Dad!

    14th June 2016

    Father's Day is right around the corner!

    Let your Dad know he's a rockstar this Father's Day by treating him to his favourite band t-shirt.

    We have got you covered with our huge range of t-shirts from bands like The Rolling Stones, ACDC, Motorhead, Led Zeppelin and more!

    Check out a few of our Father's Day picks below and take a look at our full collection!

  • Festival Season is here!

    7th June 2016

    Festival season has finally arrived!

    The sun is shining ready for two of our favourite festivals, Download and Isle of Wight, this weekend!

    Download is knocking it out the park with their 2016 headliners with Black Sabbath, Rammstein AND Iron Maiden leading their line up!

    And Isle of Wight is also looking pretty insane with Queen and The Who headlining.

    With these amazing festivals starting off the season we don't want summer to ever end!

    We have a huge selection of Amplified T-Shirts so you are ready for your favourite Headliners

    Check out our Black Sabbath, Iron Maiden and Queen T-Shirts ready for this weekend!

  • Suns Out Guns Out!

    9th May 2016

    It's getting too hot for your black hoodie and jeans which means festival season is on its way!

    Shop our range of vests and get ready for the summer sun with Amplified Clothing



    26th April 2016

    It has nearly been a week and we still can’t believe he is gone.

    Prince was a legendary musical icon. He broke through conventions with his music right from his breakthrough album '1999' until his final album 'HITnRUN Phase Two'

    Even though he is gone his legacy will live on and the world will always be playing his unforgettable songs.

    Lets all pay tribute by playing Prince's iconic music as loud as we can! 


    18th April 2016

    EXHIBITIONISM has been open only one week but we already want to go back!

    The entire exhibition was unforgettable. It was so immersive it actually felt like we were in that Edith Grove flat with Mick, Ronnie, Keith and Charlie as we were surrounded with the sights and smells of empty ale bottles and overflowing ashtrays.

    Also hats off to the Saatchi gallery as they must have known Amplified were coming as they played the Stones music as loud as possible!

    If all of The Rolling Stones memorabilia wasn't enough there was also a massive gift shop at the end which stocks every gift you could think of.

    However our favourite EXHIBITIONISM gift from the shop was the limited edition Rolling Stones Supergas. Superga teamed up with EXHIBITIONISM to make a special collection of shoes especially designed for the show!

    The collection is filled with The Rolling Stones graphics which we all know and love, and here at Amplified we know that they will go perfectly with our Rolling Stones shirts. Our favourite is the Superga 2750 Exhibitionism Grey Lips.

    Head to Superga to check out their unique collection here!

    And don't forget to grab yourself one of our Rolling Stones shirts so you can be EXHIBITIONISM ready!

  • 43 years of Aladdin Sane

    8th April 2016

    It has been 43 years since the release of the legendary album that was Aladdin Sane, time goes so fast!

    Aladdin Sane was the the first album he wrote and released as a bona fied rock star!

    It was his sixth album and it took the nation by storm by topping the UK charts and reaching No. 17 in America, which made it Bowie's most successful album in both countries to that date.

    Lets celebrate this anniversary by playing Aladdin Sane as loud as possible.


    5th April 2016

    Exhibitionism, The Rolling Stones first ever major exhibition, has finally opened its doors today!

    Held at the Saatchi Gallery, the exhibition covers over nine galleries and will be an immersive insight into their life as the Rolling Stones.

    It includes over five hundred unseen artefacts and will also have immersive rooms where you can experience the sights sounds and smells of their flat and recording studio.

    Check out a video of Mick, Charlie, Keith and Ronnie all talking about Exhibitionism and why they decided to do it now.

    Charlie mentions "It’s hard to believe that it's more than fifty years since we began, and it is wonderful to look back to the start and bring everything up to date at this exhibition.’’

    Check out more about the exhibition here and grab your tickets here!

    Make sure to check out our T-Shirts so you can rock up to Exhibitionism wearing your favourite Rolling Stones Tee!

  • Glastonbury Line Up

    1st April 2016

    So the Glastonbury line up has finally been released!

    It looks like it is going to be a jam packed weekend, with the likes of ZZ Top, LCD Soundsystem and Art Garfunkel on the list. Also with a few surprises like ZZ Top and Cyndi Lauper returning to the stage.

    Ronnie Spector, who was the lead singer of The Ronettes, will also be at the festival and Earth, Wind and Fire are also performing following the loss of their founder, Maurice White, this year.

    Representing rock are Bring Me The Horizon, Band of Horses and Of Monsters & Men!

    This looks like it is going to be an unforgettable line up, with more acts soon to be announced we can't wait to see the rest of the line up.

    Keep updated with Amplified as we will bring you more Glastonbury related posts!

  • Happy 34th Birthday to the Beast!

    22nd March 2016

    Happy 34th Birthday to the Beast!

    Charting at Number 1, The Number of the Beast was a game-changer for the heavy metal icons, Iron Maiden, when it was released in 1982 as the band's first album to feature Bruce Dickinson as lead singer.

    Run to the Hills and The Number of the Beast have both become anthems that are still rocked to today, and both the album and the title song have been featured on too many ‘Greatest’ lists to count!

    Shop our range of Iron Maiden T-Shirts now!

    All Hail the Beast!


  • Rest in Peace Legends

    14th March 2016

    2016 is becoming a very tough year for rock and roll, as more legends are taken from us.

    In the last couple of days we have had to say goodbye to the Beatles producer Sir George Martin and prog rock legend Keith Emerson.

    Sir George Martin was considered the fifth Beatle as he helped them achieve global success after hearing one of their demo tapes in 1962, when other labels had previously turned them down.

    Tributes were pouring in by the thousands last week, with Paul McCartney writing "From the day that he gave The Beatles our first recording contract, to the last time I saw him, he was the most generous, intelligent and musical person I’ve ever had the pleasure to know” 

    We have also lost the progressive rock legend that is Keith Emerson. He was a synthesizer pioneer in ELP, who helped to design and build massive modular synth arrays which were capable of creating sounds no human ear had ever heard before.

    His ELP bandmate Greg Lake has said "What I will always remember about Keith Emerson was his remarkable talent as a musician and composer and his gift and passion to entertain. Music was his life and despite some of the difficulties he encountered I am sure that the music he created will live on forever."

    Rest in Peace George and Keith, you will never be forgotten.