The moment we were all waiting for is finally here. Fall Out Boy‘s announcement is here. And its a good one. The band have offically announced a new album. It’s called M A N I A, and it’s out September 15. The band have also shared a video for a new song from the album, “Young and Menace.” Check it Out:
As another surprise, the band are also going on tour. Here are the dates:
After three years of touring and traveling around the world, Foster the People are back with three new tracks: “Doing It For The Money”, “Pay the Man” and “SHC.” These three new tracks are from their forthcoming third album.
According to the band, “We wrote these songs to reflect joy in a time where people have needed it more than ever and we thought it was a good time to share them with you.”
Up and coming indie pop act, The Japanese House, have delivered a unique yet simple single, that does not rely on over the top productions. For those unfamilar with The Japanese House, the actconsisting of solo artist Amber Bain and in total has released three EPs; Pools to Bathe In, Clean, and Swim Against the Tide. If your a fan of Lana Del Rey, I highly reccomend you listen to The Japanese House. Bain has a mellow soft spoken voice that is very reminiscent to Del Rey. The only difference is that Bain depends more on pop-synth. Her breathy vocals mesh perfectly with the low tempo melody of synth music.
Circa Waves have officially released their most touching music video yet. Shot in their hometown in Liverpool, the video for ‘Love’s Run Out’ features tender moments between singer Kieran and his cat, and behind the scenes footage of the band. The single is off their newest album, Different Creatures which is out now. Check it out:
French disco-rock band Phoenix are back on the music scene. It’s been four years since the band released its last album, “Bankrupt!” In an exclusive interview with The New York Times, the group announced and gave detail on their upcoming album “Ti Amo.” which will be out on June 9.
For “Ti Amo,” the band found an unorthodox place to create music: an old opera house, in the heart of Paris, that had been refashioned into a tech incubator, museum and concert hall. Starting in 2014, Phoenix took over a space on the top floor, where they installed synthesizers and recording gear and got to work.
After the successful debut of his fourth studio album DAMN., Kendrick Lamar has announced another surprise, a North American Tour. The tour will kick off this July and wrap in L.A. on August 6. He’ll be joined by support acts Travis Scott—his “goosebumps” collaborator—and D.R.A.M.
07/12 Phoenix, AZ – Gila River Arena
07/14 Dallas, TX – American Airlines Center
07/15 Houston, TX – Toyota Center
07/17 Duluth, GA – Infinite Energy Arena
07/19 Philadelphia, PA – Wells Fargo Center
07/20 Brooklyn, NY – Barclays Center
07/21 Washington, DC – Verizon Center
07/22 Boston, MA – TD Garden
07/25 Toronto, Ontario – Air Canada Centre
07/26 Auburn Hills, MI – The Palace of Auburn Hills
07/27 Chicago, IL – United Center
07/29 Denver, CO – Pepsi Center
08/01 Seattle, WA – Tacoma Dome
08/02 Vancouver, British Columbia – Rogers Arena
08/04 Oakland, CA – Oracle Arena
08/05 Las Vegas, NV – T-Mobile Arena
8/06 Los Angeles, CA – Staples Center
Rise Against are back and better than ever. The band have released the first single of their new album, Wolves out June 09. The single “The Violence,” feels like a nice return for the band. It’s been three years since they’ve released any new material. And instead of dabbling with different sounds, the single captures the essence of Rise Against, filled with angst lyrics and loud guitar riffs.
You gotta admit it, hating on The Chainsmokers has become a trend people love. It’s not only their frat boy persona that rub people the wrong way, but their constant need to follow the same formula to create music. Don’t believe me? A YouTube user by the name of John Fassold has uploaded a hilarious video detailing how easily The Chainsmokers make their music. In the video titled ‘How EVERY Chainsmokers Song is Written,’ Fassold demonstrates how the duo simply use three chords and lyrics containing generic problems every 20 year old has. Check it out..