A skit of their very own on Funny Or Die, touring jaunts back and forth across the pond, the ‘Hot Cakes‘ record announced and now another raucous, ballsy single to follow the bicycle-obsessed ‘Nothing’s Gonna Stop Us‘ and the salacious ‘Every Inch of You‘.
The Flaming Lips have broken Jay-Z‘s world record for the most gigs performed in multiple cities in a 24 hour period after a mammoth run of shows was completed yesterday (June 28th) in New Orleans.
Laura Marling has completed writing her fourth studio album and hopes to have it released ‘in about six months’, the singer-songwriter has revealed.
Putting whatever personal opinions you have of Muse to one side just for one brief moment, it would be difficult for anyone to accuse them of being mundane.
Since their inception Matt Bellamy and co. have steadily evolved from vehement searing guitar rock and roll in breakthrough showstopper ‘Origin of Symmetry’, lurching ever closer to mellower and more radio friendly waters right up until 2009’s oddity ‘The Resistance’, never conforming merely to just one genre and splitting both critics and fans into two distinct camps along the way.
Beady Eye handed a brand new song its live debut and also performed two classic Oasis tracks as they warmed up for their weekend Stone Roses support slot with an intimate gig at the Warrington Parr Hall last night (June 28th). Watch videos here
The Hives, who are currently out on the road in the US, will return in September with a new string of headline shows.
Guillemots will release four new studio LPs over the course of the next six months after explaining they wanted to move away from the ‘traditional cycle’ of releasing albums.
Muse have revealed more about the official Olympics song which was premiered on Zane Lowe’s BBC Radio 1 show yesterday evening (June 27th), revealing the track will be included on their new album ‘The 2nd Law‘.
The Charlatans frontman Tim Burgess will release his second solo LP ‘Oh No I Love You‘ on September 24th.
David Beckham, Noel Gallagher and Damien Hirst are just some of the stars who have paid their own tributes to The Stone Roses as the reunited band prepare for the first of their massive homecoming Heaton Park concerts which will take place tomorrow (June 29th).
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