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Watch Jimmy Eat World’s new music video for “Something Loud”
Watch Jimmy Eat World’s new music video for “Something Loud”
Jimmy Eat World have released their new track "Something Loud" alongside a music video. “Something Loud” was produced by Jimmy Eat World alongside Justin Meldel-Johnson. The video was co-directed by the band and Austin Gavin. Read more: Jimmy Eat World, Pinkshift and 8 other things you need to check out this week In "Something Loud," Jim Adkins cries out, hoping to learn just h
Jimmy Eat World, Pinkshift and 8 other things you need to check out this week
Jimmy Eat World, Pinkshift and 8 other things you need to check out this week
Check out The Latest — for all the essential new music, tickets and livestreams you need right now. Pistol packs a punch This week, Danny Boyle’s much-anticipated Sex Pistols miniseries, Pistol, arrived on Hulu. Told through the eyes of guitarist Steve Jones, the six-episode retelling of the Sex Pistols’ story hits just as hard as their music. Read our review ...
Jimmy Eat World announce fall 2022 tour with Charly Bliss
Jimmy Eat World announce fall 2022 tour with Charly Bliss
Jimmy Eat World have announced their 2022 Something Loud tour. The tour kicks off Sept. 8. Charly Bliss will support the band during their trip across North America, excluding festival dates. Read more: Death Cab For Cutie announce new album ‘Asphalt Meadows,’ drop “Roman Candles”—watch Earlier this year, Jimmy Eat World concluded their Surviving the Truth tour. Soon, they will head oversea... Rea
When We Were Young festival announces second date with same lineup
When We Were Young festival announces second date with same lineup
After destroying the internet with hype and nostalgia, When We Were Young festival has already sold out. Live Nation has added a second date to the touted festival, Oct. 23, due to high demand. Read more: Artists and fans react to When We Were Young festival's epic announcement The When We Were Young festival will now take place at the Las Vegas Festival Grounds on Saturday, Oct...
Joyce Manor at their SummerStage performance on upcoming album and more
Joyce Manor at their SummerStage performance on upcoming album and more
Joyce Manor are celebrating. This year marks a decade since the California band’s beloved self-titled debut that set the tone for the early 2010’s emo revival movement that’s very much still going on today. It can even be said that Prince Daddy & The Hyena, the first opener for Joyce Manor’s SummerStage in Central Park show, is a result of that special era. This concert is an ode to ... Read M
10 alternative songs that explore the highs and lows of mental health
10 alternative songs that explore the highs and lows of mental health
If there's anything that holds true throughout the alternative music scene, it's an inclination toward vulnerable self-expression. For decades, artists have worn their hearts on their sleeves while navigating conflict, both external and inward-facing, to remind their audiences that, no matter how isolating the circumstance, you're never truly alone. Such ...
New Black Lives In Music initiative launches to amplify Black artists
New Black Lives In Music initiative launches to amplify Black artists
On Monday, a new organization called Black Lives In Music (BLIM) officially launched in the U.K. This latest initiative aims to bring meaningful change to the music industry while supporting Black artists and professionals. Along with advocating for equality in the industry, BLIM also provides opportunities for musicians at a grassroots level...
10 covers Paramore could do to hold us over until their next album
10 covers Paramore could do to hold us over until their next album
We’re all anxiously awaiting the release of Paramore’s next album, but the band have warned us not to get too ready just yet. On the bright side, Hayley Williams hasn’t left us wanting in the solo department. Recently, she had a fan release her newest broody track “My Limb,” followed up by her second solo album, Flowers For Vases/descansos, all shortly after Williams’ haunting cover of “Teardrop”

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