Years & Years cover Ariana Grande and other news you might have missed today
[Photos by: Years & Years, Ed Cooke, Ottawa/Sarah Bokone]

Listen to a piano version of Architects’ “Doomsday”—plus, don’t miss Anti-Flag on tour with Silverstein. Check out the news you might have missed today below!

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  1. Years & Years cover Ariana Grande

For a BBC 1 Live Lounge session, Years & Years decided to perform this vibrant cover of Ariana Grande’s optimistic pop single “No Tears Left To Cry.” Years & Years recently released their sophomore album Palo Santo, out now on Polydor Records. You can pick up your copy here.

  1. Architects release piano version of “Doomsday”


British metalcore band Architects decided to take it down a notch. Reprising their own song “Doomsday,” the band just released a piano version of the heavy ode. The rendition conveys a sadness and passion hidden within the original song’s lyrics. Check it out above!

  1. Northlane release new song


The Australian metalcore band just dropped a brand-new single titled “Vultures.” The single will be available in a seven-inch pressing Sept. 14. You can preorder it here.

  1. Anti-Flag announce European tour

 Anti-Flag will be hitting the road this fall with fellow punk band Silverstein. The two will be accompanied by Cancer Bats and Worriers. Tickets for this European tour will be available next Friday, July 20 here. See a full list of dates below.

Dates:
10/11 — Vienna, AT @ Flex
10/12 — Wels, AT @ Alter Schlachthof
10/13 — Salzburg, AT @ Rockhouse
10/14 — Prague, CZ @ Meet Factory
10/16 — Hannover, DE @ Pavillon
10/18 — Berlin, DE @ SO36
10/19 — Hamburg, DE @ Fabrik
10/20 — Köln, DE @ Live Music Hall
10/21 — Stuttgart, DE @ Longhorn
10/23 — Munich, DE @ Backstage Werk
10/25 — Saarbrucken, DE @ Garage
10/26 — Haarlem, Nl @ Patronaat
10/27 — Hasselt, BE @ Muziekodroom – Groezrock Indoor
10/28 — Wiesbaden, DE @ Schlachthof
10/30 — Birmingham, UK @ Asylum
10/31 — Bristol, UK @ SWX
11/01 — London, UK @ Heaven
11/02 — Manchester, UK @ Academy 2
11/03 — Glasgow, UK @ Garage
11/05 — Belfast, UK @ Foundry
11/06 — Dublin, IE @ Whelan’s

  1. June Divided drop new song “Firestarter”


Indie-rock band June Divided just released “Firestarter,” a lively new track from their upcoming EP. Body Wars will be available Aug. 24 on Revival Recordings. In the meantime, you can preorder the EP here.

  1. Ottawa release new track


Cleveland indie-rock band Ottawa just released “The Good Kind.” Serving as a follow-up to “Strangers,” Ottawa’s newest is a smooth, new wave track packed with energy. You can find “The Good Kind” on all digital platforms here.

  1. L.I.F.T drop new music video for “Dressed In Black”


Vocalist Austin Arthur looks as emotional as ever in L.I.F.T’s newest music video for “Dressed In Black.” Surrounded by his still bandmates, Arthur’s passion is prevalent in expression as well and the song’s lyrics. “Dressed In Black” is a song from the band’s recently released EP AUTOP$Y. You can download or stream it here.