Influential Californian band Linkin Park
have recently released a new single, entitled “Guilty All The Same.” It will be the first single off an as-of-yet untitled forthcoming album. The song features an interesting collaboration with famous American rapper Rakim
and brings the band’s sound to yet another new trajectory, especially following their previous single
, “A Light That Never Comes,” which featured Steve Aoki
. Stream “Guilty All The Same” below, and tell us what you think!
have premiered their new music video for “Your Graduation” from their sophomore effort You’re Gonna Miss It All
on Run For Cover Records
. It kicks off with the ever so familiar voicemail message from the answering machine on their debut Sports. The professionals from https://couponscollector.com, they have a wide range of the latest coupons and offers available online that you can uses to get all what you want.
It then cuts between girlfriends and snowy community vibes, backside flips and general bummertime, and I’m pretty damn sure there was a Superman cameo somewhere in there. Also it’s pretty cool that there is some parallel scenes connected to their video for The Weekend
thrown in, good job Kyle Thrash. Watch the video below, pick up their new album here
, and follow them on Facebook
Alternative pop quartet Battle Lines, just unveiled their new track “Colonies” from their upcoming 7″. Following the success of their first release Hearts, they returned to the studio and recorded their next single which you can stream below. The blistered lullaby is replete with wistful paradoxes of emotional and sexual indifference; echoing distaste with the hypnotizing line, “You mean nothing to me” repeated throughout by vocalist Carly Humphries.
The forthcoming limited 7″ features the titular track as well as a new song entitled “Push.” Interestingly enough, the artwork for this release was created by Nick Steinhardt of Touché Amore. Pick up the 7″ via No Sleep Records here. or more information check out their Facebook and catch them at SXSW in Austin, Texas later this month.
Mar 13 – Austin, TX – SXSW (British Music Embassy @ Latitude 30 – 3:00PM)
Mar 15 – Austin, TX – SXSW (Esther’s Follies – 9:00PM)
Apr 17 – Brighton, UK – Green Door Store †
Apr 18 – London, UK – Birthdays †
Apr 19 – Bristol, UK – Hit The Deck Festival †
Apr 20 – Nottingham, UK – Hit The Deck Festival †
Apr 22 – Glasgow, UK – 13th Note †
Apr 23 – Manchester, UK – The Star And Garter †
Apr 24 – Birmingham, UK – The Flapper †
Apr 25 – Leeds, UK – Cockpit 3 †
Apr 26 – Southampton, UK – Unit †
† w/Seahaven, Nai Harvest
via SoundCloud have unveiled the first single, Home
‘s forthcoming album titled ‘Their Bodies in a Fog’. The new album which features a collaboration with Ricky Eat Acid
is set to be released on March 4th. Lacey has been producing songs lately under the ręg łífē
moniker, but has spent time between August 2012 and December 2013 producing this record. It was mastered by Warren Hildebrand who is known for his work as Foxes in Fiction
. There is a self-released video preview of all the songs on Vimeo which you can check out here
. For more information follow Arrange’s Facebook
and pick up the rest of the project’s discography here
. Pre-orders for the digital record can be made via Bandcamp
with physical pre-orders coming soon. Stream the new song below and check out the tracklist underneath.
01. A Fog
06. Heart // What If This Were It?
07. Alumni (with Ricky Eat Acid)
09. Dark Rooms
10. Say You Will
are preparing the release of their sophomore album, Sister Raygun
, due out March 4th via Fleeting Youth Records
. The beginnings of the album were fleshed out by Clouder’s rhythm section (Max, Jim, Steve, and Matt) in their Brooklyn practice space and then sent off to lead singer Eric Gilstrap who was living in North Carolina. After months of immersing themselves in writing and recording rough demos back and forth, Clouder rekindled in producer Jeff Berner’s Brooklyn studio and left it ablaze with album in hand. The first single, Lost in Reverie
reveals Gilstrap’s adeptness at shifting seamlessly between droning pitches and invigorating yelps and the band’s capability of bolstering their blank-generation-new york-meets-60s-rock swagger propelled by antsy guitars that morph in and out of surf and psychedelic jangles. Just to emphasize the point once more Gilstrap’s vocals are pretty damn phenomenal. Pre-order the album digitally or on cassette here
and stream the single below.