Tegan and Sara have released a remix of their song, “Walking In A Ghost”, by Manila Killa. The track comes off the album, So Jealous X, which will be released on December More »
Neck Deep has said that A Day To Remember’s front-man, Jeremy McKinnon, will be producing their next album. The band’s new album is due out sometime in 2015. Also, Neck Deep will More »
The Decemberists create an entire world with their music video for “Make You Better.” The press release for the video states, “The Decemberists unearth rare 1977 German TV performance of ‘Make You More »
Upon A Burning Body and Veil Of Maya have announced that they will be going on co-headlining tour this January. The tour, called the Slow Your Troll And Know Your Role Tour, More »
Simple Plan debuted a brand new track that had yet to be heard until a private event in Montreal. The performance was captured on camera and has been posted below. Little else has More »
Paramore have unveiled the official video for their new version of “Hate To See Your Heart Break”. The song features Joy Williams of Civil Wars singing alongside Haley Williams to perform the duet. More »
Tegan and Sara have released a remix of their song, “Walking In A Ghost”, by Manila Killa. The track comes off the album, So Jealous X, which will be released on December 23rd. Stream the song after the jump.
So Jealous X will feature unreleased song, b-sides, remixes and covers in honor of the ten year anniversary of their fourth album, So Jealous.
Fans were not satisfied when hoping for a return from popular Rock group Green Day this past year to celebrate an anniversary, but hopes may not have dwindled. Billie Joe posted an image and description on Instagram that teases the group’s return in 2015.
Here is the uploaded picture:
The Gaslight Anthem have released a new music video for “1,000 Years”. The video features footage of the group performing live in concert.
Manchester Orchestra have released a music video for their song “The Ocean”. The video was exclusively unveiled on TeamCoCo.com on November 24.
The subject of the music video is footage of world-record breaking deep sea diver William Trubridge. The video features a slow-motion capturing of his swimming techniques and capabilities.
“The Ocean” will be a part of the group’s upcoming album HOPE, a variation of the band’s recent release COPE. To listen to more of Manchester Orchestra, you can purchase a CD here or buy concert tickets here.
PVRIS has released another Empty Room Session video for their song “Eyelids.” The track comes off their debut album, White Noise, which was released earlier this month on November 4. You can check out the video for “Eyelids” below!
If you want to listen to more music from PVRIS, you can purchase a CD here.
If you want to catch them on tour, you can buy concert tickets here.
Front Porch Step has announced a North American tour for February and March 2015. He will be touring in support of his upcoming EP, Whole Again, which comes out on December 2 via Pure Noise Records. Have Mercy, Alcoa and Head North will be joining as support for the entire tour, while Brigades and Hotel Books will be the special guests on specific dates. You can check out the dates, locations and poster below!
If you want to listen to music from Front Porch Step, you can purchase a CD here.
If you want to catch him on tour, you can buy concert tickets here.
The band’s new album is due out sometime in 2015. Also, Neck Deep will be finishing up a North American tour this Saturday.
Meanwhile, A Day To Remember just finished up a tour of England. They’ve got two holiday shows coming up in December.
Yesterday, the entire world went into an uproar after the grand jury on Michael Brown’s case decided not to indite Darren Wilson. There are many reasons the prosecutor gave for this decision. He said that Wilson was acting in self defense and that social media was to blame for the verdict, just to name a couple. As expected, many people were and still are outraged over the decision. #FergusonDecision and #BlackLivesMatter have been trending on social media for the past 24 hours.
See musicians reaction to the verdict after the jump.
Join the conversation, let us know what you think about this decision, we’d love to hear from you.
The Decemberists create an entire world with their music video for “Make You Better.” The press release for the video states, “The Decemberists unearth rare 1977 German TV performance of ‘Make You Better’ on The Old Blue Rock Palace Show.” The idea is that they found an old tape, rumored to not exist, from a 1977 German TV show. The video has a very 90s style to it with over the top actions and washed out colors. The video features Parks and Recreation’s Nick Offerman as the host of this German TV show. Capitol Records created a tumblr for this fake TV show. You can check that out here.
Watch the video after the jump and let us know what you think.
On Demember 3 The Decemberists will be on a real show, Conan where they will play “Make You Better.” The song is off of their 7th studio album, What a Terrible World, What a Beautiful World, which will be released via Capitol Records on January 20, 2015.
Starting February 11 at Vicar Street in Dublin, Ireland until April 13 at Ryman Auditorium in Nashville, TN they will be on tour supporting the album. Portland, New York City and Chicago are already sold out. Get your tickets before they are all sold out and preorder the album here. See full list of tour dates after the jump.
You can purchase a CD or buy concert tickets here.
Power pop band Arist vs. Poet have released a new song entitled “Medicine”. According to their bandcamp account, the song is the title track for their unreleased album Medicine. Check out the song below and let us know your thoughts!
For more from the band, you can purchase a CD or buy concert tickets here.
Paramore are streaming the deluxe version of their self-titled album. You can stream the full album with bonus tracks below the jump. Let us know what you think about the album in the comments section.
Simple Plan debuted a brand new track that had yet to be heard until a private event in Montreal. The performance was captured on camera and has been posted below.
Little else has been revealed, save that the song’s title is “Boom!”. The title was announced via the group’s official Twitter page. As more details unfold, a stream of the song will become available.
Paramore have unveiled the official video for their new version of “Hate To See Your Heart Break”. The song features Joy Williams of Civil Wars singing alongside Haley Williams to perform the duet.
The video features a black-and-white studio depiction of the performance. Both Haley Williams and Joy Williams perform side-by-side and take turns to convey short verses until they sing simultaneously on the chorus.
This duet was announced on Twitter last week, which you can read about here. You can check out the video below.