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These clues have fans divided over the title of Waterparks’ next album
These clues have fans divided over the title of Waterparks’ next album
Over the past few weeks, Waterparks have been sharing some cryptic teasers pertaining to their new music. Now, it looks like fans are divided over what Waterparks are actually calling their fourth studio album. Read more: Nandi Bushell covered one of her favorite RHCP songs, and Flea is a fan Over the past year, Waterparks have been cranking out plenty of new content...
QUIZ: Is it a Waterparks or a boy band lyric?
QUIZ: Is it a Waterparks or a boy band lyric?
Waterparks describe themselves as “God’s favorite boy band.” Because who wouldn’t love both FANDOM and Entertainment in their entirety?  Whether you’re a fan of the Parx boys’ edgy instrumentals and style, Backstreet Boys’ iconic all-white outfits or One Direction’s, well, everything, there’s lots to love about the world of boy bands. Music has been blessed from New Kids On The Block in the ’... R
Hear Waterparks’ first post-‘FANDOM’ song “Lowkey As Hell”
Hear Waterparks’ first post-‘FANDOM’ song “Lowkey As Hell”
After not hearing much from Waterparks in regards to music this year, they’re bringing in a new era with their latest single. The trio shared their first track since 2019’s FANDOM with “Lowkey As Hell.” The band dropped their third full-length album via Hopeless Records in October 2019 and released remixes of “Dream Boy” and “Telephone” over the next few months. The group have been busy this year
Hear DE’WAYNE call for unity and change in America in “National Anthem”
Hear DE’WAYNE call for unity and change in America in “National Anthem”
Alternative singer and rapper DE'WAYNE is the latest artist to sign to Hopeless Records. Now, DE'WAYNE is using his voice to address the America he has witnessed in his new single "National Anthem." "National Anthem" is not only calling for change in America, but is also encouraging others to fight for their lives amidst the ongoing Black Lives Matter and George Floyd protests.

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