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Of Mice & Men song once censored for misheard lyrics by BBC
Of Mice & Men song once censored for misheard lyrics by BBC
Of Mice & Men vocalist Aaron Pauley recently shared a hilarious anecdote about their song “Would You Still Be There.” Apparently, the song was censored by the BBC all thanks to some misheard lyrics. Of course, the line in the song in question reads, “If I could find the words, if I could shake the world.” However, the BBC mi...
See the 1975 totally reimagine Ariana Grande’s “thank u, next”
See the 1975 totally reimagine Ariana Grande’s “thank u, next”
The third album from the 1975 drops this Friday, and the band led by Matty Healy work out some of the effort's recent singles in a new BBC Radio 1 "Live Lounge" session that includes a cover of pop star Ariana Grande's "thank u, next." Read more: This metal cover of "You're a Mean One, Mr... Read More ...
Listen to Bring Me The Horizon’s brazen new song “Mantra”
Listen to Bring Me The Horizon’s brazen new song “Mantra”
English rockers Bring Me The Horizon deliver penetrating new song "Mantra" today via BBC Radio 1, the anticipated tune arriving on the heels of a cult-cribbing promo drive that plastered a cliquish memo across major cities. Hear it below. Read more: Waterparks make us miss Warped with new video "It just felt like the right song to show people first," vocalist Oli Sykes tells th
19 of our favorite BBC Radio 1 Live Lounge covers
19 of our favorite BBC Radio 1 Live Lounge covers
The Live Lounge segment first aired in 2006 on the U.K.’s BBC Radio 1. It’s a feature that invites artists to play exclusive, stripped-back versions of their own songs in addition to covering tracks released by their peers. At the very top of the iconic BBC Broadcasting House in central London—on the eighth floor to be precise—sits the Live Lounge, a room designed to ensure the highest sound quali
Remember when All Time Low and the 1975 had the most lovely chat on BBC together?
Remember when All Time Low and the 1975 had the most lovely chat on BBC together?
Sometimes you just need a late-week pick-me-up. Luckily, we've got you covered. Remember when All Time Low's Alex Gaskarth and Jack Barakat had a chat with the 1975's Matty Healy? It was the most lovely chat. Read more: Halsey asks Brendon Urie to explain this famous Panic! At The Dis... Read More ... Read More ...

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