HERE’S WHAT YOU MISSED THIS WEEK (2.12-2.18.20):
· New Found
Glory announced a co-headlining tour with Simple Plan, with support from Knuckle
Puck. The tour kicks off at Jannus Live! in St. Petersburg, Florida, on May
29 and ends at Stubb’s in Austin, Texas, on June 28.
Strong unveiled the video for their new song “Learn to Love the Lie,” the
third track from their upcoming fifth studio album, Brain Pain. The song comes soon after the announcement that they
would be hitting the road with fellow band Silverstein
You Me at
Six dropped a new single titled “Our House (The Mess We Made),” through
which all of the proceeds will go toward Australian bushfire relief. The last
new song we had from the British band was the single “What’s It Like” in August
Williams of Paramore dropped a
raw footage lyric video for “Simmer,” her first single off her upcoming solo
release Petals for Armor. The singer
originally released the song in early January with a darker official music
Alexandria unleashed a brand new song titled “They Don’t Want What We Want
(And They Don’t Care).” The band first teased the song on February 11 on their
in Reverse released a special song and video titled “The Drug in Me is
Reimagined,” keeping the same lyrics as the original song for which it’s named.
The band is currently on tour with the bands Escape the Fate and The Word
Eilish released a new song “No Time to Die,” which will be used as the
theme for the new James Bond movie. Rumors of her participation on the film’s
soundtrack began as early as January.
During the NME Awards, YUNGBLUD revealed the release date of his upcoming album. He also
said there would be a new song coming “Imminently” before discussing his love
for Robert Smith of The Cure.
Bieber and Post Malone released
a new track titled “Forever” off the former artist’s latest album Changes, which also features rapper Clever. In January, TMZ said that
sources close to Bieber reported that Post Malone and Travis Scott collaborated on the album.
and FIDLAR teamed up for a cover of The 1975‘s track “People” off of their
upcoming record Notes on a Conditional
Form. The cover also comes along with a visualizer video with many black
and white photographs of the bands.
Off released a new song, “One Single Second,” after previously revealing the
songs “So Predictable” and “Catch Me If You Can.” The band is currently finishing
up their headlining dates with Capstan.
new single “You Should Be Sad” received a remix from EDM producer Tiesto. The remix provides an upbeat electropop
feel to the song’s country-inspired twang for the perfect combo.
Low declared their first album in three years, titled Wake Up Sunshine, which is due for release on April 3. The album
announcement comes after several teasers that began last month.
revealed the tracklist for his upcoming album Ordinary Man, which features a new collaboration between him and Post Malone. This follows the pair’s
first collab, “Take What You Want,” also featuring Travis Scott.
Chemical Romance announced another show at the Eden Project in Cornwall,
UK, scheduled for June 16. The Eden Sessions made the announcement on February
12 via their Instagram account, ahead of the band’s official announcement.
In This Moment
frontwoman Maria Brink recently covered Billie
Eilish and Radiohead during her
solo set on the ShipRocked cruise. The festival took place from February 1 to 6
and included sets from Asking
Alexandria, Ice Nine Kills, Beartooth and more.
The lineup for the Chain Fest Festival was
announced, featuring bands such as Jimmy
Eat World, Taking Back Sunday, Circa Survive, Saves the Day, Anberlin,
Glassjaw, Cartel and Acceptance.
The event will take place at the FivePoint Amphitheater in Irvine, California.
Matty Healy of The 1975 declared the band will no longer be playing festivals
where the lineup doesn’t have equal gender representation. Out of the 90 acts
that were revealed for this year’s Reading & Leeds Festival, only 20 of
them feature women.
Pretty Reckless announced they will embark on a headlining tour this spring,
which will be their first tour in almost three years. It was also confirmed
that their new album, Death by Rock and
Roll, is now finished.
performed a medley of her songs at WWE‘s “NXT TakeOver: Portland” event
yesterday. She played the tracks “Fill the Crown” and “Anything Like Me” while sporting
an avant-garde outfit.
· Jeffree Star released his highly-anticipated “Blood
Lust” palette last week, which consists of 18 new shades. The packaging
features a velvet exterior along with a never-before-seen jewelry clasp
In what may be an attempt to help Birds of Prey’s less-than-impressive
opening weekend numbers, Warner Bros. changed the name of the film to Harley Quinn: Birds of Prey. The film
brought in $33 million in revenue in the U.S - lower than the anticipated $50
Facebook page updated its cover and profile photo to a new blue logo, sending
fans into a frenzy and sparking reunion rumors. The logo also appeared on a new
Instagram account, which was just launched recently.
The lawsuit between late rapper Juice WRLD estate and the band Yellowcard has been put on hold, due to
no one being appointed as the executor or the late rapper’s estate. Therefore,
the case cannot continue until then.
A super Twenty
One Pilots fan launched a project to create a Blurryface musical. However, just short of two weeks after its announcement,
the fan in question received a cease and desist order for the project.
revealed that they added a new member: longtime collaborator and big brother of
frontman Ben Barlow, Seb Barlow. They also announced that they launched an
official app, as well as invited fans to an event titled “Sonderland.”
Gun Kelly launched a new merchandise line for his 2019 album Hotel Diablo for Valentine’s Day, which
included a vibrator appropriately titled the “Lil’ Devil.” The vibrator comes
in a sophisticated red packaging that reads “Let’s get wild.”
In a new interview with Entercom, Hayley Williams
revealed that she anticipated that there will be more Paramore shows in the future. “And there will be more Paramore
shows. Yes. Confirmed,” she stated.
Friends and its lead singer Dan Lambton announced that they have parted ways,
with posts from both parties uploaded on Valentine’s Day to their respective
social media outlets. Both Lambton and the band said that the split was mutual.
Pierce the Veil is supporting the Australian wildfire relief
with a new shirt dedicated to the animals affected by the fires. The shirt is a
long-sleeve taken from one of their Australian tour laminates, used on their
last tour of the country.
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