Foals have announced details of a UK tour to take place later this year as work continues on a new album.
Keith Richards has confirmed The Rolling Stones will play concerts in New York and London in the near future.
American hard rockers Kiss have enjoyed something of a renaissance in recent years; 2009’s ‘Sonic Boom‘ – which was the band’s first record of original material in over a decade, and also the debut studio release of its current line-up – recalled their glory days, right down to its comic-style cover art.
Lead single ‘Modern Day Delilah’ was immediately hailed as a classic, and they took no prisoners as they embarked on a glorious 36-date European tour.
Looking to build on that momentum (producing an album every three years might seem routine for the majority of bands, but then not many have been going strong for almost 40 years), ‘Monster‘, Kiss’ 20th studio album, is more of the same – straight-up rock and roll that pays homage to their 70s pomp and stays true to principles that have seen them rack up album sales in excess of 100 million, including 28 gold records, during a storied, globe-trotting career.
Sir Paul McCartney has revealed he is hoping to enter the studio with Jeff Lynne in a bid to finally complete a John Lennon track which first resurfaced during work on The Beatles‘ Anthology documentary series in the mid-Nineties.
Radiohead kicked off their short UK arena run over the weekend with two gigs at the Manchester Evening News Arena.
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