Despite currently being busy promoting his new album ‘Band Of Joy‘, former Led Zeppelin frontman Robert Plant has refused to rule out the possibility of the legendary band reforming, and revealed talks between the surviving members could get under way soon.
Mt. Desolation have released their first music video for “Departure,” the opening track of their forthcoming self-titled debut album out October 19th via Cherrytree/Interscope. Directed by Tom Palliser, the video features the core members of Mt. Desolation – Tim Rice-Oxley and Jesse Quin from Keane – alongside friends and collaborators Ronnie Vannucci (The Killers), Winston Marshall (Mumford & Sons), Tom Hobden (Noah & The Whale), Andrew Lowe and band members Jessica Staveley-Taylor (The Staves), Fimbo, Phil Renna, and John-William Scott. Check out the video here:
US President Barack Obama has been discussing the contents of his iPod with Rolling Stone, and revealed it is still dominated by the music of his youth, including Bob Dylan and The Rolling Stones.
More details have been released today of the re-scheduled U2 tour in North America which will begin next May. The Irish supergroup have now announced a selection of support bands for the new dates which will include Florence & The Machine and Interpol.
A new documentary chronicling the time spent by John Lennon in New York is to air in the US in November and will feature previously unheard material from the former Beatles legend.
Razorlight frontman Johnny Borrell has revealed he is looking to take the band back to the sound of their debut album ‘Up All Night‘ as they record the follow up to their disappointing third album ‘Slipway Fires‘.
“I Don’t Want To See You Like This” was produced by the band and mixed by Rich Costey, known for his work with Muse, Foo Fighters, Weezer, and Glasvegas.
The Thursday evening Top Of The Pops programme became an institution for generations of music fans, and provided un-rivalled exposure for countless new bands, but the BBC has again ruled out a return for the show which was axed in 2006, however BBC Head Of Popular Music Andy Parfitt has revealed the corporation is now looking to develop a new flagship music show.
A list of fifteen acts which have been nominated for inclusion on the prestigious Rock n Roll Hall Of Fame have been unveiled today, with Alice Cooper, Bon Jovi and Beastie Boys amongst those shortlisted.
Out on October 4th through Graphite Records, Belfast’s Mojo Fury will release their debut single ‘The Mann‘, a track which instantly showcases the prominent influences of early Biffy Clyro and Future Of The Left.
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