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Watch a new music video from Don Broco—plus, don’t miss news from the Killers and Jimmy Eat World. Check out the news you might have missed today below!

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1. Jimmy Eat World are continuing their Integrity Blues Tour in 2018

They will be joined by the Struts, the Hotelier and Alex Lahey on select dates. The run starts on May 5 in Ohio and wraps up on June 14 in New York. 

2. Sleeping Giant revealed they will break up in 2018, released a music video and announced a new album and farewell show

The metalcore band's final album I Am will be out January 26 and the band will play two more shows after the release:

01/28 – Dallas, TX @ Trees (CD release)
02/17 – Pomona, CA @ The Glasshouse (farewell show)

Vocalist Tommy Green shared a statement on Facebook, which you can read below:

“For me personally this band has been such an important and special gift for my actual life that I needed to know that I was actually at a point where I could let go and move on. I didn’t want to feel grief like there was something unexpressed unsaid or undone in me. This band has become the public/private journal of my story or my life. It is one of the most important things I have ever done in my life. It’s crazy, beautiful, hard, awesome, cathartic, creative and mission all at the same time. In regards to this being a thought out deliberate decision to make I AM The final Project, for myself I am at a point where I feel like I have crossed some significant finish lines in my journey and things have come full circle. A friend told me most people never have a vision for the end, I wanted to make sure we had a vision For the end not just the beginning, so to come To the end, but not just let it fail and fall apart. I wanted to have a vision for the end. I think we are doing that now.

At Facedown Fest 2016 we talked to JD and asked him if he would consider helping us to say goodbye. We wanted to finish where we started and show respect and honor for the label that helped us get our first exposure and created space for us to grow at home in Southern California. Stepping away from Facedown and becoming a traveling band and working with so many others, it became evident that there is something really special about Facedown; honestly this is just such a gift for the FD crew to be willing to take this on as a last project.

Our last show will be 12 years to the date of our first show back home. I couldn’t and wouldn’t have done this, risked speaking and sharing my personal story without all the people that have made this band. Respect for your sacrifices and for your gifts and talents and efforts. You are all a part of Sleeping Giant.”

3. Royal Blood announce U.S. headlining tour dates

The run kicks will be in support of their most recent release How Did We Get So Dark? Tickets will be available on Friday, Dec. 8, here.

05/28 – Brooklyn, NY @ Brooklyn Steel 
05/31 – Pittsburgh, PA @ Stage AE – Indoor 
06/03 – Nashville, TN @ Marathon Music Works 
06/05 – Austin, TX @ Stubb's Waller Creek Amphitheater
06/06 – Dallas, TX @ Granada Theater
06/08 – Atlanta, GA @ Variety Playhouse 
06/09 – Orlando, FL @ The Plaza Live
06/11 – Fort Lauderdale, FL @ Revolution 
06/12 – Saint Petersburg, FL @ Jannus Live 
06/14 – Charlotte, NC @ The Fillmore Charlotte 
06/15 – Richmond, VA @ The National 

4.  The Killers announce two 2018 U.K. stadium shows

The tickets go on sale on Friday, Dec. 8. Check out the dates below:

06/23 – Swansea, UK @ Liberty Stadium
07/13 – Bolton, UK @ Macron Stadium

5. Marigold is going on a winter solo tour of the Northeast

The tour will take place January and February, with tickets and more information here.

6. Don Broco release a live music video from “T-Shirt Song”

The track is off their new album, Technology, out Feb. 2.

7. Foo Fighters announce support acts for European tour

Wolf Alice, the Kills, Slaves, Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes, the Cribs and GOAT are joining Foo Fighters on select dates of their European tour. Tickets are available here.

8. Four Year Strong announce who will be playing their 10th annual holiday show

Piebald, Incendiary and Grayscale will be joining FYS on Dec. 30 in Worcester, MA. This will also be the last chance for fans to watch the band play Rise Or Die Trying in full this year.

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