Andrew McMahon In The Wilderness Announces Album ‘Upside Down Flowers’

Five months ago, Andrew McMahon In The Wilderness dropped a new single, "Ohio." Two months ago, Andrew announced that the third Wilderness album was officially done. Today, all of us Andrew McMahon fans can finally celebrate, because the new album is only one month away: Upside Down Flowers will be out on November 16th! The new…

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Muse Recruits Terry Crews For Wild “Pressure” Music Video

Last month, Muse announced their new album, Simulation Theory, will be out this November. Along with the news, the band released their fourth single from the record, "The Dark Side." Today, Muse is back with our fifth glimpse into Simulation Theory. Their new single "Pressure" is a wild song with an even wilder music video.…

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Hear Avril Lavigne’s Heart-Wrenching New Single, “Head Above Water”

After a week of silently teasing lyrics, today Avril Lavigne released her powerful comeback single, "Head Above Water," off her upcoming sixth studio album. Avril's announcement letter and previews promised a stunning, emotional song, but "Head Above Water" exceeds the already high expectations. Fans have already heard the first 30 seconds of the song. Now, we finally…

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Lana Del Rey Shares Sprawling New Single, “Venice Bitch”

Following last week's single, "Mariners Apartment Complex," Lana Del Rey is back with a second new song. "Venice Bitch" is as impressive as it is shocking. Clocking in at 9:41, it's Lana longest release to date. "Venice Bitch" is perhaps dreamier than "Mariners Apartment Complex," and it continues in the same folksy-'70s vein. The new single…

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Lana Del Rey Drops New Single, “Mariners Apartment Complex”

Last week, Lana Del Rey hyped fans with a surprise announcement: She was planning to release two new "end of summer jams" the following week. Lana then shared a snippet of the first song, "Mariners Apartment Complex," which she co-wrote with Jack Antonoff. Today, fans get to hear "Mariners Apartment Complex" in full along with…

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Muse Announce New Album ‘Simulation Theory,’ Release “The Dark Side”

After more than a year of teasing and sharing new songs, today Muse finally announced their upcoming 8th studio album, Simulation Theory, will be out on November 9th! The standard edition of the album will feature 11 songs, including the previously released "Dig Down," "Thought Contagion," and "Something Human." It will also include "The Dark…

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Fall Out Boy Honors Chicago In Surprise ‘Lake Effect Kid’ EP

Only seven months after releasing M AN I A, Fall Out Boy just surprised fans with a brand new EP! Featuring three new songs, their Lake Effect Kid EP honors their hometown, Chicago, through their most authentic medium: music. The first track, "Lake Effect Kid," may sound familiar to hardcore Fall Out Boy fans. In…

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Vanessa Carlton Ends Covers Series With Final Single, “Lonely Girls”

For the past five months, Vanessa Carlton has treated fans to a six-covers series. In March, she kicked things off with a cover of Robyn’s “Call Your Girlfriend,” followed by Fleetwood Mac’s “Dreams” in April and Neil Young’s “Only Love Can Break Your Heart” in May. In June and July, Vanessa covered Fred Neil's “Little Bit Of…

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Kelly Clarkson Gets A Little Help From Her Fans In “Heat” Fan Video

Kelly Clarkson announced "Heat" as the third official single from her album, Meaning Of Life, last month. While we await its music video, Kelly decided make the wait a little more fun with a fan video. Footage of various fans lip-synching or performing "Heat" are interspersed with clips of Kelly singing along to her own…

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Vanessa Carlton Shares Cover Of Elliott Smith’s “Needle In The Hay”

Vanessa Carlton is getting ready to record a new album. But first, she’s keeping fans happy with a stream of six covers over a span of six months. Following her covers of Robyn’s “Call Your Girlfriend” in March, Fleetwood Mac’s “Dreams” in April, Neil Young’s “Only Love Can Break Your Heart” in May, and "Little Bit Of Rain" last…

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See Muse’s ’80s-Inspired Video For New Single, “Something Human”

Last week, Muse teased fans with a live acoustic version of their newest single, "Something Human." Today, fans get to hear the song for real - and it comes with an action-packed, '80s-inspired music video! And this is only the start: The band promise a full album out this November. "Something Human" is one of…

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Florence + The Machine Unveils Stunning New Song, “Big God”

Following “Sky Full Of Song” and "Hunger," Florence + The Machine just shared a third new song from their upcoming fourth album, High As Hope. With only one week to go before the album drops on June 29th, "Big God" is the most impressive song we've heard yet. While the first two singles were delicate and empowering respectively, "Big…

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Vanessa Carlton Asks For A “Little Bit Of Rain” On Latest Cover

Vanessa Carlton is getting ready to record a new album. But first, she’s keeping fans happy with a stream of six covers over a span of six months. Following her covers of Robyn’s “Call Your Girlfriend” in March, Fleetwood Mac’s “Dreams” in April, and Neil Young's "Only Love Can Break Your Heart" last month, Vanessa…

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Vanessa Carlton Covers Neil Young’s “Only Love Can Break Your Heart”

Vanessa Carlton is getting ready to record a new album. But first, she’s keeping fans happy with a stream of six covers over a span of six months. Following her unexpected take on Robyn's “Call Your Girlfriend” in March and Fleetwood Mac's "Dreams" last month, Vanessa is now going back to some early roots with…

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Andrew McMahon In The Wilderness Shares “Ohio” Lyric Video

One month ago, Andrew McMahon In The Wilderness debuted a brand new song, "Ohio," during a show in Kansas City. Today, "Ohio" gets its official release and a lyric video. The piano-driven song about relocating from Ohio to California is nostalgic and moving. It paints a bittersweet image of driving across the country to a…

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Florence + The Machine Shares “Hunger” Ahead Of New Album, ‘High As Hope’

Last month, Florence + The Machine shared a new track, "Sky Full Of Song." Though it was originally just a Record Store Day single, it's now confirmed to appear on the band's just-announced fourth album, High As Hope. The album is due out June 29th, but fans also get to enjoy another new song today:…

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Hoobastank Unveils “Push Pull,” Title Track From Upcoming Album

Following a surprisingly funky new single last month, Hoobastank just shared the title track from their upcoming album, Push Pull. Like "More Beautiful," the new song draws on funk styles and plenty of falsetto from frontman Doug Robb. The lyrics tackle a difficult relationship that's out of your control: You can only push or pull…

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See CHVRCHES’ Post-Apocalyptic Music Video For “Miracle”

Over the last three months, CHVRCHES have slowly unveiled the new music from their upcoming album, Love Is Dead. While the album is still one month away, we have one more song to enjoy. Following “Get Out,” “My Enemy,” and “Never Say Die,” CHVRCHES shared "Miracle" two weeks ago. Today, the song gets the first proper music video of…

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Vanessa Carlton Shares Dreamy Cover Of Fleetwood Mac’s “Dreams”

Vanessa Carlton is getting ready to record a new album. But first, she's keeping fans happy with a stream of six covers over a span of six months. Last month, we got to hear her unexpected take on "Call Your Girlfriend," originally by Robyn. Today's cover feels a bit more natural for Vanessa: "Dreams" by…

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Janelle Monáe Gets Real On New Song, “I Like That”

Only one week ago, Janelle Monáe released her new single "PYNK." Following "Make Me Feel" and "Django Jane" in February, it was our third taste of her upcoming album, Dirty Computer. Today, fans get another new song with "I Like That." Ever the musical chameleon, Janelle introduces another new flavor of Dirty Computer on the…

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Watch The Weeknd’s Moody Video For “Call Out My Name”

Two weeks ago, The Weeknd surprised fans with his emotional new EP, My Dear Melancholy. Following a lyric video for "Call Out My Name," the standout song now gets a dark music video directed by Grant Singer. The opening track on My Dear Melancholy, “Call Out My Name” is a confessional ode to a girlfriend…

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Florence + The Machine Drops New Track, “Sky Full Of Song”

Florence + The Machine have been hard at work recording their upcoming fourth album. While there's no news on that just yet, fans do get to hear some new music! Today the group shared "Sky Full Of Song," a track released for Record Store Day. The song starts with a cappella vocals, accented only by…

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Ghost Unleashes “Rats,” First Single From Upcoming Album ‘Prequelle’

After weeks of teasing - not to mention introducing a new leader named Cardinal Copia - Ghost has finally announced their new album and released its lead single! The theatrical "Rats" is our first taste of Ghost's upcoming fourth album, Prequelle, due out on June 1st. The album includes 10 new songs, while the deluxe…

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Janelle Monáe Celebrates Women On New Single, “PYNK”

In February, Janelle Monáe announced her upcoming album, Dirty Computer, along with the release of two new singles. Today, fans get a third taste of the new music with "PYNK," featuring Grimes. While "Make Me Feel" was a funky bi anthem and "Django Jane" was a political manifesto, the new song offers up a completely…

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Hoobastank Shares “More Beautiful,” First New Song In Six Years

It's been six years since Hoobastank released their last album, Fight Or Flight. Finally, with new record Push Pull scheduled for May 25th, the band is back with their first song in as many years. "More Beautiful" serves as our first taste of Hoobastank's long-awaited sixth album. Right off the bat, "More Beautiful" may shock…

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Hear “Never Say Die” From CHVRCHES’ Upcoming Album, ‘Love Is Dead’

Following “Get Out” and "My Enemy," CHVRCHES just shared their third Love Is Dead single, "Never Say Die." The album is still two months away, but the new song will make that wait a little more enjoyable. "Never Say Die" starts with somber, gently pinging synths. Lauren Mayberry asks, “Wasn’t it gonna be fun and wasn’t it…

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Vanessa Carlton Covers Robyn’s “Call Your Girlfriend,” First Of Six

Vanessa Carlton's last album, Liberman, came out in fall 2015. It launched stunning singles like "Blue Pool," "Operator," "House Of Seven Swords," and "Nothing Where Something Used To Be," then led to two live releases: Liberman Live and the Earlier Things Live EP. In 2017, Vanessa revealed she was working on a new album, performing…

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Panic! At The Disco Announces Album ‘Pray For The Wicked,’ Shares 2 New Songs

Surprise, Panic! At The Disco fans! The band just announced their upcoming sixth studio album, Pray For The Wicked, is coming out on June 22nd. That's three whole months away, but we have plenty to enjoy until then. The album announcement comes with not one, but TWO new songs. The first, "Say Amen (Saturday Night)," serves…

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CHVRCHES Announce New Album ‘Love Is Dead’ & Release “My Enemy”

Last month, CHVRCHES shared their energetic new single, "Get Out," our first taste of their upcoming third album. Two days ago, the trio announced that the record, Love Is Dead, will be out on May 25th. Along with the title reveal and confirmed release date, the band also unveiled the album's tracklist. Love Is Dead…

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Janelle Monáe Drops 2 New Songs From Upcoming Album, ‘Dirty Computer’

One week ago, Janelle Monáe announced her upcoming album, Dirty Computer, with a brief 'emotion picture' teaser. It premiered ahead of screenings of the new film, Black Panther. Today, we get our first taste of the new music with two singles and music videos. While "Make Me Feel" serves as the catchy lead single, "Django…

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Editors Drop Second ‘Violence’ Single, “Hallelujah (So Low)”

Following "Magazine" last month, Editors is back with their second single ahead of their forthcoming album, Violence. "Hallelujah (So Low)" is an intense and dynamic song that introduces fans to a whole new side of Editors. The song starts with strummed acoustic guitar over a drum machine, frontman Tom Smith singing about his worth compared…

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