We can hardly handle the excitement today. Hey Violet gifted us a stripped down version of their new single, Rise Records signs Racquet Club, and Bleachers release their tracklist.
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Hey Violet release stripped down version of “Break My Heart”
The video for the original version of the song was released last week.
Racquet Club sign to Rise Records.
The band is composed of guitarist/vocalist Blair Shehan (The Jealous Sound, Knapsack), guitarist Sergie Loobkoff (Samiam, Knapsack), drummer Bob Penn (The Jealous Sound) and bassist Ian Smith. The band has released the song “Blood On The Moon” off their debut album, which will be released later this year. My hope was that the sound of this band would be familiar but show significant growth as well,” Shehan explains. “Everyone in this band contributes ideas and for this record we really tried to break some of our habitual writing patterns and let the best ideas win.”
Bleachers release tracklist for their upcoming album.
Jack Antonoff used New Jersey motels to share new Bleachers songs for the band's upcoming album Gone Now. The album drops June 2. Bleachers will be headed out on tour starting April 24 in NY and wrapping up June 30 in MO.
1. dream of mickey mantle
3. hate that you know me
4. don't take the money
5. all my heroes
6. everybody lost somebody
7. let's get married
9. i miss those days
10. nothing is u
11. i'm ready to move on / mickey mantle reprise
12. foreign girls
Falling In Reverse stop by Hot Topic.
To promote their new album, Coming Home Falling In Reverse hit up Hot Topic Hollywood & Highland to sign albums and meet fans.
Mastodon post BTS recording video for their new album.
“Bigger and better, man. The vocal mountain is huge and we’re continuing to ascend.” pic.twitter.com/jhBBbTHqeN
— Mastodon (@mastodonmusic) April 14, 2017
The band has released the tenth installment of videos that give fans a BTS peek at the recording process of their new album Emperor Of Sand, which is out now.
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