There are new videos from Bleachers and Fozzy, plus tours by Jeff Rosenstock and Hell Or Highwater—and Bullet For My Valentine are releasing a special two-night performance in multiple formats! Check out the news you might have missed today below!

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1. Bleachers have a new video out that was directed by Lena Dunham!

With the new Bleachers album Gone Now just a month away, Jack Antonoff enlisted his lover and Girls creator Lena Dunham to direct his project's latest video.

“Don't Take The Money” is already a vibrant tune which also features Lorde, and the video sticks to the script. 

Watch Antonoff's character go through a wild wedding experience in the latest Bleachers video! Gone Now is out on RCA June 2.

2. Bullet For My Valentine announce Live From Brixton: Chapter Two.

Fresh off of a year and a half of extensive touring, Welsh group Bullet For My Valentine is releasing their two-night performances from the O2 Academy Brixton in multiple formats.

The two live performances will be available on CD, vinyl, and DVD/Blu-ray, with night two featuring the band's first album The Poison performed in full.

Preorders are available here, as Live From Brixton: Chapter Two will be made available on July 28.

Live From Brixton: Chapter Two marks the end of a massive 18 month global touring cycle, so to mark the success of Venom and to celebrate our debut album The Poison, we thought we’d capture both nights so that everyone could be a part of it,” frontman Matt Tuck commented.

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3. Fozzy have premiered a new music video for “Judas.”

The latest theme from WWE's NXT Takeover: Chicago, “Judas” by Fozzy has also seen its official video debut.

Lead singer and pro wrestler Chris Jericho, who holds the U.S. WWE title belt, had this to say regarding the production:

“For such a dark and sexy song like ‘Judas‘, we wanted a dark and sexy video to match…and we got that and more! In one take we filmed a unique, visually stunning masterpiece that combines an incredible song, psycho clowns, hot chicks, a man on fire and a great rock n roll band, all in one tasty video morsel. What more could you want…a giant rabbit holding balloons? Oh yeah, we’ve got that too!”

Fozzy is currently on tour with Kyng and Sons Of Texas.

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4. Gorillaz reveal European tour dates!

With their new album Humanz having just been released, Gorillaz have added on to their 2017 plans by making time for a pretty big European tour.

The new dates will begin on the first of November in Luxembourg and will conclude at London's O2 Arena on December 4. Have a look at the dates below.

11-01 Esch-sur-Alzette, Luxembourg – Rockhal 
11-02 Vienna, Austria – Wiener Stadthalle 
11-04 Copenhagen, Denmark – Royal Arena 
11-05 Oslo, Norway – Oslo Spektrum
11-06 Stockholm, Sweden – Hovet 
11-08 Zurich, Switzerland – Samsung Hall 
11-09 Geneva, Switzerland – SEG Geneva Arena
11-11 Munich, Germany – Zenith 
11-13 Budapest, Hungary – Papp László Budapest Aréna 
11-14 Prague, Czech Republic – O2 Arena 
11-17 Berlin, Germany – Max-Schmeling-Halle
11-18 Düsseldorf, Germany – Mitsubishi Electric Halle 
11-19 Hamburg, Germany – Sporthalle 
11-21 Amsterdam, Netherlands – Ziggo Dome 
11-22 Brussels, Belgium – Forest National 
11-24 Paris, France – Le Zénith Paris 
11-27 Brighton, England – Brighton Centre 
11-29 Glasgow, Scotland – The SSE Hydro
12-01 Manchester, England – Manchester Arena 
12-02 Birmingham, England – Barclaycard Arena 
12-04 London, England – O2 Arena 

5. Jeff Rosenstock is headlining a summer tour.

In support of his new album Worry, Jeff Rosenstock will be heading on the road with his friend and former bandmate Laura Stevenson.

Stevenson will appear on all dates minus Rosenstock's performance at the Pitchfork Festival. Stops run from July 6 through August 9, so have a look at when they'll be stopping in a city near you!

Thursday July 6 — Cambridge MA — The Sinclair
Friday July 7 — Burlington VT — ArtsRiot
Saturday July 8 — Montreal QC — L'Escogriffe
Sunday July 9 — Ottawa ON — Zaphod Beeblebrox
Tuesday July 11 — Toronto ON — The Hard Luck
Wednesday July 12 — London ON — Call the Office
Thursday July 13 — Grand Rapids MI — The Pyramid Scheme
Saturday July 15 — Chicago IL — Pitchfork Festival – Union Park **
Monday July 17 — Waterloo IA —The Wedge
Tuesday July 18 — Burnsville MN — The Garage
Wednesday July 19 — Fargo ND — The Aquarium
Friday July 21 — Missoula MT — Zootown Arts Community Center
Saturday July 22 — Seattle WA — The Crocodile
Sunday July 23 — Portland OR — Holocene
Tuesday July 25 — Reno NV — The Holland Project
Wednesday July 26 — San Francisco CA — Bottom Of The Hill
Thursday July 27 — West Hollywood CA — Troubadour
Friday July 28 — Tijuana, Mexico — Mod's Bar
Saturday July 29 — Phoenix AZ — The Rebel Lounge
Sunday July 30 — Las Vegas NV — 11th Street Records
Monday July 31 — Salt Lake City UT — Kilby Court
Wednesday August 2 — Denver CO — Marquis Theater
Thursday August 3 — Omaha NE — Lookout Lounge
Friday August 4 — St. Louis MO — Blueberry Hill Duck Room
Saturday August 5 — Bloomington IN — The Void
Sunday August 6 — Pittsburgh PA — The Funhouse at Mr. Smalls
Tuesday August 8 — Baltimore MD — Ottobar
Wednesday August 9 — Jersey City NJ — Monty Hall

** = no Laura Stevenson

6. Mutoid Man have put out a video for “Kiss Of Death!”

The second single off of their upcoming LP War Moans, “Kiss Of Death,” has recieved a new music video that premiered today at Loudwire.

Mutoid Man are set to release their new record on June 2, and will be touring with labelmates Helms Alee in June and July. Check out the tour dates beneath the video!

May 22 New York, NY @ Terminal 5 w/ Coheed & Cambria (No Helms Alee)
June 4  Boston, MA @ Great Scott
June 5  Brooklyn, NY @ Saint Vitus
June 6  Brooklyn, NY @ Saint Vitus **Sold Out**
June 7  Baltimore, MD @ Metro Gallery
June 8  Detroit, MI @ El Club
June 9  Chicago, IL @ Subterranean
June 10  Indianapolis, IN @ Black Circle Brewing
June 12  Dallas, TX @ Curtain Club
June 13  Austin, TX @ Barracuda
June 14  Houston, TX @ The Studio at Warehouse Live
June 15  Baton Rouge, LA @ Spanish Moon
June 16  Atlanta, GA @ Masquerade (Hell)
June 17  Orlando, FL @ The Social
June 19  Raleigh, NC @ King's
June 20  Philadelphia, PA @ Underground Arts – Black Box
July 6  Seattle, WA @ Neumos
July 7  Portland, OR @ Hawthorne Theater
July 8  San Francisco, CA @ Slim’s
July 10  Los Angeles, CA @ Resident
July 11  Santa Ana, CA @ The Constellation Room
July 12  San Diego, CA @ The Casbah
July 13  Phoenix, AZ @ Rebel Lounge
July 14  Las Vegas, NV @ Beauty Bar
July 15  Salt Lake City, UT @ Metro Music Hall
July 16  Denver, CO @ Larimer Lounge

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7. Hell Or Highwater have unveiled summer touring plans in support of their forthcoming album.

With their new album Vista on the way via Spinefarm records May 19, Hell Or Highwater have announced their touring plans for the summer.

The group, led by Atreyu drummer Brandon Saller on vocals, will round up dates with Nothing More, Black Map and As Lions before joining forces with Stitched Up Heart at the beginning of June.

Have a look at the Hell Or Highwater tour dates as listed here. 

Hell Or Highwater tour w/ Nothing More, Black Map, As Lions:
5/2: Destin, FL @ Club L.A.
5/3: Birmingham, AL @ Saturn
5/5: Pittsburgh, PA @ Smiling Moose#
5/6: Freehold, NJ @ GameChanger World (Supporting As Lions)
5/7: Hartford, CT @ Webster Underground#
5/8: New York, NY @ Gramercy Theater
5/9: Reading, PA @ Reverb
5/10: Syracuse, NY @ The Lost Horizon
5/12: Columbia, MO @ Blue Note
5/13: Des Moines, IA @ Wooly's
5/14: Joliet, IL @ The Forge (Supporting As Lions)
5/15: Lincoln, NE @ Bourbon Theater
5/17: Ft. Wayne, IN @ The Rusty Spur
5/19: Flint, MI @ The Machine Shop
5/20: Flint, MI @ The Machine Shop
 7/14: Chicago, IL @ Chicago Open Air*
# – Headline Show
* – Festival Appearance 
Hearts In Hell tour dates w/ Stitched Up Heart:
6/2: Las Vegas, NV @ Beauty Bar
6/3: Phoenix, AZ @ Pub Rock Live
6/4: Tucson, AZ @ The Rock
6/6: Dallas, TX @ Curtain Club
6/7: San Antonio, TX @ Jack’s Patio
6/9: Springfield, MO @ Outland Ballroom
6/12: Joliet, IL @ The Forge
6/14: Indianapolis, IN @ Emerson Theater
6/15: Columbus, OH @ The Basement
6/16: Flint, MI @ Machine Shop*
6/17: Pittsburgh, PA @ Funhouse @ Mr. Smalls
6/18: Ft. Wayne, IN @ Rusty Spur*
6/20: Des Moines, IA @ Wooly’s
6/21: St. Paul, MN @ Amsterdam
6/22: Omaha, NE @ Waiting Room
6/23: Kansas City, MO @ Riot Room
6/24: Colorado Springs, CO @ Black Sheep
6/26: Denver, CO @ Marquis Theater
6/27: Salt Lake City, UT @ Loading Dock
6/28: Jerome, ID @ Diamondz Event Center
6/29: Lewiston, ID @ 3rd Wheel
6/30: Portland, OR @ Analog Theater
7/2: Seattle, WA @ Studio Seven
7/5: San Francisco, CA @ Bottom of the Hill
7/6: Fresno, CA @ Fulton 55
7/7: Anaheim, CA @ Chain Reaction
7/8: San Diego, CA @ HOB Voodoo
7/9: Los Angeles, CA @ The Whisky  
7/14: Chicago, IL @ Chicago Open Air^
^ – Festival Appearance 
* – Stitched Up Heart Only

8. And finally today, Least Of These have debuted another single from their upcoming EP.

Having just premiered the title track off of their new EP Wolves here on our site, Least Of These are now releasing their second single.

“Overcast” is the name of the latest tune, and it reflects how the band took a good hard look at their “brand” in between releases.

“This time around more has changed (member changes, different writing process, etc) than ever before between records,” says frontman Jonny Gore. “So when the duration between the release of Mere Image and the beginning of the recording process for Wolves ended up being a lot longer than we had anticipated, we used the extra time between records to figure out how to incorporate all the change into our music/lyrics and how that would change the ‘branding’ for the band.”

Wolves will be out May 19.

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