Two Door Cinema Club will make their new single ‘Sleep Alone‘ available to fans as a free download for 24 hours after it receives its premiere on UK radio this evening.
Even the great first records tend not to stretch the artist’s artistic license too much, but in just eight songs which comprise Eugene Twist’s debut ‘The Boy Who Had Everything’, a heady fusion of blues, jazz, 50s rock, soul, psychedelia and pop marks the 25-year-old musical polymath as a true original.
While the musical landscape often seems awash with singer-songwriters, one hasn’t truly washed up on the mainstream since Jack Johnson tumbled into the charts bearing Banana Pancakes and a surfboard. Which isn’t to say there hasn’t been some excellent ones along the way – Cheval Sombre and Adrian Orange spring to mind – it’s just that their avowed loyalty to the familiar folksy themes means you know what you’re getting the moment you pop their CD in the car stereo.
The soundtracks to both the opening and closing ceremonies of the London Olympic Games will be officially released immediately after each occasion has concluded, organisers have revealed.
The Vaccines have unveiled the brand new video for ‘Teenage Icon‘ (below) – the second single to be taken from the band’s forthcoming album ‘The Vaccines Come Of Age‘.
Band Of Skulls will re-issue their ‘Devil Takes Care Of His Own‘ single later this month, and have also announced two December UK shows, with more set to follow.
Bob Dylan has unveiled a significantly expanded set of North American tour dates, which will now run through to November.
Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshend will take their classic rock opera ‘Quadrophenia‘ out on a massive tour of North America beginning this coming November.
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