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Blood Orange announces first new music since 2019 with Four Songs EP

Blood Orange (Dev Hynes) has revealed he will release his first new music since 2019 in the form of an EP titled Four Songs Sept.16. Accompanying the announcement is the first single “Jesus Freak Lighter,” a dark and moody track that mixes everything from shoegaze and post-punk to industrial — tied together with a chorus of dreamy, layered vocals. Additionally, Hynes is finishing up a run of shows with Harry Styles at Madison Square Garden in New York City. —Alessandro DeCaro

Watch the trailer for the romantic drama My Policeman starring Harry Styles

Harry Styles enters into the troubled waters of forbidden love in the latest trailer for My Policeman. In the trailer, we get a glimpse of the film’s narrative, which follows policeman Tom (Styles) falling in love with both Marion (Emma Corrin) and museum curator Patrick (David Dawson) as they enter into a tension-ridden triangle during the 1950s. The three become entangled in a heartfelt journey that sees them weathering the effects decades later. Based on a novel by Bethan Roberts, My Policeman hits theaters Oct. 21 and arrives on Prime Video Nov. 4. Watch the trailer below. —Anissa Sanchez

Gear up for Louder Than Life this September

This year's Louder Than Life looks like it'll be an absolute blast, with performances from Red Hot Chili Peppers, Nine Inch Nails, the Pretty Reckless, Slipknot, Bring Me The Horizon and many more. The four-day festival takes place in Louisville, Kentucky Sept. 22-25. Join in on the fun by grabbing tickets now—Neville Hardman

Witness Wet Leg perform a post-punk rendition of Steve Lacy's “Bad Habit”

Wet Leg recently performed an in-studio session for BBC Radio 1’s Live Lounge and brought with them an exceptional cover of Steve Lacys hit single “Bad Habit.” For their rendition of the song, Wet Leg lean on moody guitar, driving drum patterns and slacker-pop vocal performances that are amplified by strong harmonies between Rhian Teasdale and Hester Chambers. —Alessandro DeCaro