The 1975 Return With A Wake-Up Call, Brand New Song “People”

The 1975 Return With A Wake-Up Call, Brand New Song “People”

The 1975 have returned, releasing an electric new single, “People,” alongside an accompanying music video, as the lead single for the upcoming album, Notes on a Conditional Form. The band appears to be signaling a step in the nü-metal/punk direction with the song, with the fast tempo matching the flashy nature of the video and explosive…

Trio of New Politics, Plain White T’s and The Mowgli’s Set for U.S. Tour

Trio of New Politics, Plain White T’s and The Mowgli’s Set for U.S. Tour

A trio comprised of New Politics, Plain White T’s and The Mowgli’s will team up for The 3-Dimensional Tour, beginning Nov. 12 with a trek across the United States. New Politics are coming off their 10-year anniversary tour, with an intermittent stop during the tour at the Riptide Festival in Fort Lauderdale, FL Nov. 23-24.…

Interpol Set to Release 15-Year Anniversary Vinyl Edition of “Antics”

Interpol Set to Release 15-Year Anniversary Vinyl Edition of “Antics”

In honor of the 15-year anniversary of Antics, Interpol announced via Twitter that their second studio album will rerelease as a limited-edtion white vinyl LP. The release date is the same as the original album’s, Sept. 27. All 10 of the album’s original songs will be included with the reissue, including the noteworthy songs “Slow…

The Raconteurs Check Into Baseball Game, Leave for Show, Return for Extras

The Raconteurs Check Into Baseball Game, Leave for Show, Return for Extras

The Raconteurs have a thing for baseball. Over the weekend, Jack White and The Raconteurs were spotted in Washington D.C. at the Washington Nationals game against the visiting Milwaukee Brewers, according to Fox Sports reporter Ken Rosenthal. The band then left after three innings to perform nearby at The Anthem, then Rosenthal said after checking…

Billie Eilish’s “Bad Guy” Claims Top Spot on Billboard Hot 100

Billie Eilish’s “Bad Guy” Claims Top Spot on Billboard Hot 100

Billie Eilish has made history, as “Bad Guy” is now number one on the Billboard Hot 100 chart for this week, ending Lil Nas X and Billy Ray Cyrus’ record-setting 19 straight weeks in the position. Eilish not only earned her first-ever number one song on the chart, but also became the first artist born…

New Zealand Man Accidentally Buys Billie Jo Armstrong’s Old Surfing Van

New Zealand Man Accidentally Buys Billie Jo Armstrong’s Old Surfing Van

Accidents happen, right? For a New Zealand man, an accidental purchase on the Trade Me auction website led him to the ownership of Green Day frontman Billie Joe Armstrong’s former surfing van. According to Stuff, the now-owner of a “GRNDAY” plated 1961 Chevrolet Greenbrier, Graham van de Laar, said the bid on the vehicle was…

Mumford and Sons Reveal Three-Day Cancun Getaway Festival

Mumford and Sons Reveal Three-Day Cancun Getaway Festival

Imagine getting away from the bitter cold to a warm music-based getaway in February. Mumford and Sons has announced an opportunity to do so. The band revealed via Twitter the event Agora Del Mar, a three-day festival February 27-29 at The Moon Palace in Cancun, Mexico, also described as “an intimate, all-inclusive tropical concert vacation.” They…

Hayley Williams “Doesn’t Know What’s Next” for Paramore

Hayley Williams “Doesn’t Know What’s Next” for Paramore

Paramore vocalist Hayley Williams stopped by Entertainment Tonight in the midst of a social media hiatus to promote her vegan-based goodDYEyoung hair dye, plus discuss her social media hiatus and the status of Paramore. Williams called herself “an awful,, awful human” for suddenly leaving Instagram after posting six photos back-to-back in June, then noting benefits to…

Former Sleater-Kinney Drummer Injured in Accident, Cancels Tour

Former Sleater-Kinney Drummer Injured in Accident, Cancels Tour

Janet Weiss, former Sleater-Kinney drummer who split from the band last month, revealed via Twitter she suffered a broken leg and collarbone in a car accident last weekend. Her shows alongside Quasi and Slang have been canceled as a result. Weiss’ Slang bandmate Drew Grow was also injured in the incident with a fractured rib.…

Jack White and Jack Black Hung Out and Brought Jack Gray to Life

Jack White and Jack Black Hung Out and Brought Jack Gray to Life

After previous reports about Jack White and Jack Black making music together, a behind-the-scenes video from JablinskiGames on YouTube shows Black and his Tenacious D partner Kyle Gass visiting White’s record label, Third Man Records, in Nashville, TN. Black confirmed the collaboration, calling it “legendary.” The video, titled “Jack Gray,” shows the three touring the…

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