Bishop Briggs debuts new single “Baby” and other news you might have missed today
[Photos by: Bishop Briggs, Commonwealth, Dead Friends]

Check out a new music video from Commonwealth—plus, don’t miss Rooney on tour. Check out the news you might have missed today below!

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  1. Bishop Briggs debuts new single “Baby”

Focusing on her love life, Bishop Brigg says her newest anthem “Baby” explores her deeply personal thoughts. “I am learning that in order to love someone else you have to love yourself,” Briggs says of the track. “I feel that imperfections have a way of really showing you who someone is.” “Baby” is the artist’s first taste of new music since her debut album Church Of Scars.

  1. Lonely Parade share new song from forthcoming album The Pits

“Olive Green” is the fourth and final single from post-punk band Lonely Parade’s forthcoming album The Pits. The album will be out Sept. 14 via Buzz Records, and you can preorder your copy of it here.

  1. Lola Black releases new song “All In”

Punk rocker Lola Black just dropped “All In,” a single from her upcoming album Nothing’s Gonna Be Alright. The song is about the music industry capitalizing on society’s latest trends and taking away the artist’s agency. Nothing’s Gonna Be Alright is due out Aug. 25.

  1. Commonwealth unveil music video for “Fear”

Orange County alternative-rock band Commonwealth released a brand-new music video for their single “Fear.” Featuring members from Movements and Hotel Books, the band recently signed to SharpTone Records and have plans to release a full-length in the near future, so stay tuned.

  1. Rooney release “Do You Believe” and announce tour

Robert Schwartzman’s band Rooney dropped a new single “Do You Believe.” The song is the first taste of music from the band since their 2016 release Washed Away. Additionally, Rooney will embark on late summer/early fall tour. You can pick up your tickets here and see a full list of dates below.

08/18 — San Diego, CA @ The Casbah
08/19 — San Francisco, CA @ August Hall
08/21 — Seattle, WA @ The Crocodile
08/22 — Portland, OR @ Doug Fir Lounge
08/24 — Salt Lake City, UT @ Urban Lounge
08/25 — Denver, CO @ Levitt Pavilion
08/26 — Santa Fe, NM @ Meow Wolf
08/28 — Phoenix, AZ @ Rebel Lounge
08/29 — Las Vegas, NV @ The Bunkhouse
08/30 — Los Angeles, CA @ The Regent
09/13 — Kansas City, MO @ Recordbar
09/14 — St. Paul, MN @ Turf Club
09/15 — Davenport, IA @ Daytrotter
09/16 — Chicago, IL @ Lincoln Hall
09/18 — Toronto, ON @ Lee’s Palace
09/19 — Albany, NY @ The Hollow
09/20 — Brooklyn, NY @ Brooklyn Bowl
09/21 — Boston, MA @ Brighton Music Hall
09/22 — Washington, DC @ Rock & Roll Hotel

  1. Dead Friends release “Paimon (What You Omen)”

Serving as a follow-up to the “Down For Good,” Dead Friends’ “Paimon (What You Omen)” is the second song that the band released since their EP Set You Right last year. “This song is about finding your tribe, and how dangerous it can be to find yourself wrapped up in someone else’s,” vocalist Austin Radford says.