Avril Lavigne & MOD SUN Unveil “Flames” Acoustic Music Video

Three months ago, MOD SUN and Avril Lavigne shared their new single, "Flames," off his album, Internet Killed The Rockstar. Last week, the duo updated the song with an acoustic version. Today, fans can enjoy an accompanying music video for "Flames" acoustic. Over gently strummed guitar, Avril starts "Flames" acoustic, crooning a pop melody about…

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Ariana Grande Joins The Weeknd on “Save Your Tears” Remix

The Weeknd and Ariana Grande are a formidable duo, and they've reunited for their third collaboration. Following their duets "Love Me Harder" and "Off The Table" -- both of which appeared on Ariana's studio albums -- this is their first collaboration that started with The Weeknd. Today, fans can hear a remix of The Weeknd's…

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CHVRCHES Launch New Era With “He Said She Said”

After plenty of teasing in the last couple of weeks, three days ago, CHVRCHES shared their new single, "He Said She Said." It's our first taste of their upcoming fourth album, due out this spring or summer. Today, the song gets a new music video. Although frontwoman Lauren Mayberry has recently gone blonde, "He Said…

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Rag’n’Bone Man & P!nk Share New Duet, “Anywhere Away From Here”

Rag'n'Bone Man is getting ready to release his sophomore album, Life By Misadventure. Following the singles "All You Ever Wanted" and "Fall In Love Again," the third single ahead of the album is "Anywhere Away From Here," a collaboration with P!nk. The song came out today along with a serene music video. "Anywhere Away From…

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Of Monsters And Men Surprise Fans With Cinematic Ballad, “Destroyer”

After several fairly quiet months, Of Monsters And Men surprised fans with a new single today. They just dropped "Destroyer" along with a lyric video, also promising more music to come later this year. Following their song "Visitor" last September, it seems that the 2021 album they'd forecasted is still coming our way. "Destroyer" fades…

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Gwen Stefani Recruits Saweetie for Updated “Slow Clap” and Video

Last month, Gwen Stefani followed up "Let Me Reintroduce Myself" with her upcoming album's second single, "Slow Clap." At only two-and-a-half minutes, it felt a little too short, almost unfinished. Luckily, Gwen has just shared a new, longer version of the song featuring Saweetie. And on top of that, it comes with a sporty music…

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Garbage Drop “The Men Who Rule The World” & Announce New Album, ‘No Gods No Masters’

Garbage fans, the big day is finally here! Garbage just released their new single, "The Men Who Rule The World," along with an animated music video. The song is our first taste of their upcoming 7th studio album, No Gods No Masters, due out on June 11th. In addition to the single, Garbage also shared…

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Lana Del Rey Shares “White Dress” Music Video on Album Release Day

Today, Lana Del Rey released her latest album, Chemtrails Over The Country Club. While it's not our favorite from her (sorry), fans are loving it, and the album does have its highlights. One such standout is the opening track, "White Dress." Commemorating the album's release, fans can now enjoy the nostalgic music video for "White…

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Hear Gwen Stefani’s Peppy New Single, “Slow Clap”

It was just a few months ago when Gwen Stefani shared her excellent single, "Let Me Reintroduce Myself." It was our first taste of her upcoming fourth studio album, due later this year. Now, fans can enjoy the project's second single, the peppy and silly "Slow Clap." "Slow Clap" opens with a quick preview of…

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Silk Sonic Drops Two Smooth Songs: “Intro” and “Leave The Door Open”

Just last week, Bruno Mars and Anderson .Paak revealed that they had joined up as a new duo, Silk Sonic. Today, these two have released their first music as Silk Sonic. Fans can enjoy "Intro" and "Leave The Door Open" now, along with a music video for the latter. The whole project oozes retro soul,…

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Evanescence Feels “Better Without You” Ahead of New Album

After a year of teasing -- and nearly two years of writing and recording -- Evanescence is now just three weeks away from releasing their new album, The Bitter Truth. We've heard four singles so far: “Wasted On You,” “The Game Is Over,” “Use My Voice,” and "Yeah Right." Today, fans get to hear one more song, titled "Better Without…

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Green Day Drops Energetic New Single, “Here Comes The Shock”

Green Day surprised fans when they announced their new single, "Here Comes The Shock," three days ago. Today, the band shared their energetic new song along with a fitness-themed music video. It's a short and fun track, but fans can't help but wonder: Is this a standalone single? The lead for a new album? That's…

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P!nk & Daughter Willow Sage Hart Share Uplifting “Cover Me In Sunshine”

Two days ago, P!nk surprised fans with an announcement of her first song with her daughter, Willow Sage Hart. In an effort to uplift us during this ongoing pandemic, the mother and daughter duo recorded a song called "Cover Me In Sunshine." Today, fans can hear the single and see its new music video. In…

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Tove Lo Joins Martin Garrix on Clubby and Dark “Pressure”

Today, Dutch producer Martin Garrix and Swedish pop star Tove Lo shared their new collaboration, "Pressure." The song is a perfect blend of their respective styles, a tad dark but ready for late-night dancing, too. The single also comes with a well-matched music video. "Pressure" is a short song, clocking in at only 2:24, but…

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Kelly Clarkson & Jake Hoot Sing “I Would’ve Loved You” in New Duet

Kelly Clarkson always supports her The Voice contestants, and of course that extends to season 17 winner Jake Hoot! Just over a year ago, during the season finale in which he won, Jake and Kelly sang a cover of "Wintersong" by Sarah McLachlan. Now, we finally get to hear the pair on an official single.…

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Smith & Burrows Admit “I Want You Back In My Life” in New Single

We're only a few weeks away from hearing the new Smith & Burrows album, Only Smith & Burrows Is Good Enough.  Following their singles “All The Best Moves,” “Old TV Shows,” and "Parliament Hill," the duo are now letting fans hear a fourth song: "I Want You Back In My Life." It's an excellent song, and it may…

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Ellie Goulding Joins Silk City on Disco-Styled Single, “New Love”

We've been waiting all week for this! Silk City just released their new single with Ellie Goulding, "New Love," along with a music video. Silk City is the duo made up of producers Diplo and Mark Ronson, formed in 2018. Ellie previously worked with Diplo on her 2018 single, "Close To Me," so it's great…

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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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Enjoy The Network’s Skeletal Music Video for “Degenerate”

Two weeks ago, The Network released their long-awaited new album, Money Money 2020 Pt II: We Told Ya So! It’s the unexpected yet perfectly timed follow-up to their 2003 album, Money Money 2020. After getting videos for six of its 25 songs, most recently “Asphyxia,” we now get to enjoy a clip for one of the album's highlights:…

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The Network Unleashes “Asphyxia” Music Video

Last Friday, The Network released their long-awaited new album, Money Money 2020 Pt II: We Told Ya So! It’s the unexpected yet perfectly timed follow-up to their 2003 album, Money Money 2020. We've already gotten videos for five of its 25 songs, most recently "Threat Level Midnight." Today, the fun continues with a video for "Asphyxia," sung by…

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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 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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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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Kelly Clarkson Covers Holiday Classic, “All I Want For Christmas Is You”

Just one month after sharing her original new holiday song, "Under The Mistletoe" with Brett Eldredge, Kelly Clarkson is back with another festive recording! This time it's a cover of the seasonal country classic, "All I Want For Christmas Is You," made famous by Vince Vance & the Valiants in 1989. (No, it's not the…

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