Lana Del Rey Shares “Chemtrails Over The Country Club” Ahead of Album

After months of teasing, Lana Del Rey is finally about to release her new album, Chemtrails Over The Country Club. Today, Lana confirmed its release date, unveiled the album cover, and confirmed the tracklist. Lana also shared the album's title track, along with a wild music video. Following “Let Me Love You Like A Woman” last…

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Avril Lavigne Joins MOD SUN on New Single, “Flames”

It was only one month ago that we learned Avril Lavigne was recording music with MOD SUN and producer John Feldmann. Then last week, they teased a new single coming our way. Today, fans can hear their new collaboration "Flames," the third single from MOD SUN's upcoming fourth album, and the only one to feature…

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Smith & Burrows Unleash Heartening “Parliament Hill” Music Video

Just one month ago, Smith & Burrows released "Parliament Hill" as the third single from their upcoming album, Only Smith & Burrows Is Good Enough. It followed their earlier singles, “All The Best Moves” and “Old TV Shows.” Today, the duo offered fans their uplifting music video for "Parliament Hill. Over a heartbeat-like pulse and soft piano, Tom…

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The Weeknd Delivers Theatrical “Save Your Tears” Music Video

It may be a new year, but that doesn't mean we have to move on from The Weeknd's latest album! Following several singles and six music videos, The Weeknd's newest offering is a music video for "Save Your Tears," one of the highlights on After Hours. “Save Your Tears” has a driving groove and ’80s…

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Gwen Stefani Recreates Iconic Looks in “Let Me Reintroduce Myself” Clip

A few weeks ago, Gwen Stefani returned to pop music with her single "Let Me Reintroduce Myself," the first taste of her upcoming fourth studio album. Today, Gwen reintroduces herself visually, and what a stunning reminder it is! Her nostalgic new music video for "Let Me Reintroduce Myself" recreates some of her most iconic looks,…

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Avril Lavigne Enters the Studio with MOD SUN and John Feldmann

It looks like Avril Lavigne has been struck with some musical inspiration! This week, she was in the studio with artist MOD SUN and producer John Feldmann. Are they working on new songs for MOD SUN's upcoming album? Are they working on music for Avril's seventh album? Maybe a bit of both? In a new…

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Gwen Stefani Returns With Perfect Single, “Let Me Reintroduce Myself”

It was just two months ago when Gwen Stefani revealed that she was writing new music for her next album. We didn't know we'd get to hear it so soon, but we're so glad we do! Today, Gwen released her new single, "Let Me Reintroduce Myself," promising a full album in 2021. Gwen wrote this…

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Smith & Burrows Share New Single, “Parliament Hill”

We're only two months away from hearing Smith & Burrows' new album, Only Smith & Burrows Is Good Enough. Following two singles in the last six months -- “All The Best Moves” and “Old TV Shows” -- today the duo shared a third single: "Parliament Hill." Over a heartbeat-like pulse and soft piano, Tom Smith croons the first verse, offering…

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Evanescence Drop “Yeah Right” & Confirm ‘The Bitter Truth’ Release Date

Evanescence has been teasing their upcoming new album, The Bitter Truth, since at least April this year. After hearing three singles from it - “Wasted On You,” “The Game Is Over,” and “Use My Voice” - today the band is back with another new song and, finally, confirmation of when the album will be out! We can expect to have…

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The Weeknd & Rosalía Offer Spanglish Remix of “Blinding Lights”

It's no secret that The Weeknd's "Blinding Lights" has been one of the biggest songs of the year, and deservedly so. Following a couple of remixes - one from Major Lazer, and one featuring Chromatics - today the single gets its third big remix, this time throwing in another language. The Weeknd recruited Spanish songstress…

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The Network Celebrate Album Release with “Threat Level Midnight” Video

Today's the day! Following their four-song EP Trans Am two weeks ago, The Network has now released their new album, Money Money 2020 Pt II: We Told Ya So! It's the long-awaited but perfectly timed follow-up to their 2003 album, Money Money 2020. With a tracklist featuring 25 songs, it has a lot to offer. Today, to…

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The Network Shares Music Video for Standout Song “Fentanyl”

It's already been one week since The Network – who is NOT Green Day – put out their four-song EP, Trans Am. In one more week, we'll get their full album, Money Money 2020 Pt II: We Told Ya So! Following a video for "Flat Earth" earlier this week, today, a song called "Fentanyl" gets an…

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The Network Spreads Message of a “Flat Earth” in New Music Video

Three days ago, The Network - who is NOT Green Day - put out their four-song EP, Trans Am, ahead of their full album due on December 4th. One of its songs is convincing little track called "Flat Earth," and today, it gets its own music video. Network drummer The Snoo sings "Flat Earth,” a…

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The Network Drops ‘Trans Am’ EP & Announces New Album

Just last month, the not-Green-Day-side-band The Network made their perfectly timed comeback. Now, after weeks of teasing, the conspiratorial band just released an EP and announced a full album to follow. Their new Trans Am EP includes four songs; on December 4th, we'll get more with their album Money Money 2020 Pt II: We Told…

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Josh Groban & Sara Bareilles Offer Stunning Cover of “Both Sides Now”

Last month, Josh Groban announced his new album, Harmony, also revealing that Sara Bareilles would join him for a cover of "Both Sides Now," originally by Joni Mitchell. Today, his new album is out, and we can enjoy their stunning rendition. Joni Mitchell first released "Both Sides Now" in 1969, later sharing an updated version…

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The All-American Rejects Drop New Single “Me Vs. The World”

Last month, The All-American Rejects promised fans a new single was coming, and today it's finally here! Their first release since July 2019, the band just shared their standalone single, "Me Vs. The World." While it's a fun song, it also supports a serious cause. All proceeds from this single "will be donated to MusiCares…

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Lana Del Rey Shares ‘Gershwin Version’ of “Summertime”

Although winter is coming here in the northern hemisphere, Lana Del Rey is, as usual, singing about summertime. Today, she shared a new, jazzy cover of "Summertime," as originally composed by George Gershwin. You may recognize the melody and first line from Lana's 2019 cover of Sublime's "Doin' Time," which itself had sampled Herbie Mann's…

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Sara Bareilles Joins Todd Carey on New Acoustic Version of “Smile”

Here's a fun surprise to brighten up this week! Singer-songwriter Todd Carey just released a new acoustic version of his 2007 song "Smile," recruiting Sara Bareilles to sing with him. She had previously sung backup on that original version - which came out months before "Love Song" made her a household name - and makes…

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Smith & Burrows Unveil Sweet “Old TV Shows” Music Video

Smith & Burrows is getting ready to release their new album, Only Smith & Burrows Is Good Enough, this February. Following “All The Best Moves” last summer, the duo shared "Old TV Shows" a month ago. Today, the sweet song gets an equally sweet new music video that highlights Tom and Andy's years-long friendship. In contrast to “All…

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Lana Del Rey Announces Covers Album Ahead of Delayed ‘Chemtrails’

Most of us in the United States - and even people in other parts of the world - are pretty anxious about today's presidential election, including Lana Del Rey. But tonight, while keeping tabs on the close race, Lana decided to give fans an update on her upcoming new music. First and foremost: Her album…

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Hear Amy Lee & Bring Me The Horizon’s Potent New Song About Earth

Today, Bring Me The Horizon released their new EP, POST HUMAN: SURVIVAL HORROR. Its closing track - titled “One Day The Only Butterflies Left Will Be In Your Chest As You March Towards Your Death” - features Evanescence frontwoman Amy Lee. That title is a mouthful, but the song is a powerful conversation about the devastating…

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2003 Green Day Side Band The Network Makes Unexpected Comeback

2020 seems to be the year where anything goes. The latest befuddling event involves a spacey 2003 band called The Network. Then, and even to this day, Green Day vehemently denies any involvement, but fans know the truth. The band doth protest too much, amirite? Anyway, while this 17-year-old side band's comeback may seem unexpected,…

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Kelly Clarkson & Brett Eldredge Ring in Holidays on “Under The Mistletoe”

In another duet we never knew we needed, Kelly Clarkson has teamed up with country singer Brett Eldredge for a new holiday single. They just released their song "Under The Mistletoe," getting a head start on the holiday season. It also comes with a cute lyric video. "Under The Mistletoe" rolls in with big drums…

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The Weeknd Continues ‘After Hours’ Series in Twisted Video for “Too Late”

The Weeknd has been generous to fans this year, between a new album, several singles and music videos, and numerous collaborations. Today, he returns his attention to his After Hours series with the sixth video so far. "Too Late" gets a darkly twisted visual - which, to be fair, is the only direction it could…

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Vanessa Carlton Sends Political Message in “Die, Dinosaur” Music Video

Last March, Vanessa Carlton released her ethereal album, Love Is An Art. Along with singles like “Future Pain,” “The Only Way To Love,” and “Miner’s Canary,” a highlight on the album is a political track called "Die, Dinosaur." Today, this timely song gets an equally timely music video. "Die, Dinosaur" is directed at “Trump and his brood” and is “dedicated to…

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Lana Del Rey Previews New Album with “Let Me Love You Like A Woman”

Lana Del Rey is getting ready to release her new album, Chemtrails Over The Country Club, in the next few months. She promised us a few singles, and today, we get to hear our first one. "Let Me Love You Like A Woman" is our first taste of her new music, a gentle ballad about…

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Avril Lavigne Sings Epic New Cover of “What Child Is This?”

Three weeks ago, we were excited to learn that Avril Lavigne would appear on Tommee Profitt's new Christmas album, The Birth Of A King. Today, the full album is out, and we can hear Avril's contribution. She sings an amazing cover of "What Child Is This?" The new cover of "What Child Is This?" starts…

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Amy Lee to Appear on New Song with Bring Me The Horizon

Amy Lee has kept quite busy this year - not only with new Evanescence music, but also with a number of collaborations with other artists. Our next collaboration to look forward to is a song she did with Bring Me The Horizon. Their new EP POST HUMAN: SURVIVAL HORROR comes out on October 30th, and…

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Sara Bareilles & Meg Toohey Share “Lucky Streak,” Honoring Nick Cordero

Earlier this year, one of the most devastating losses COVID-19 has left us with was the death of Broadway start Nick Cordero. He left behind his wife and one-year-old son, and countless friends, family members, and fans. Two such friends were Sara Bareilles and Meg Toohey, both of whom were part of the musical Waitress,…

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