News Round-Up: Run The Jewels, The Kinks and more

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You’re in the right place if you’ve missed any of the week’s top news stories – here Live4ever’s News Round-Up presents a recap of the biggest and best headlines we featured during the last seven days…

Run The Jewels have released RTJ4 on digital and streaming platforms.

The pay-as-you-want deal for downloads will put any proceeds towards the Mass Defense Program as the duo’s fourth studio album is unveiled with collaborations from Pharrell Williams, Zack De La Rocha, Mavis Staples, Josh Homme, 2 Chainz, Greg Nice and DJ Premier.

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Travis have announced a new album for release on October 9th.

10 Songs contains…ten songs, including the lead single A Ghost. “The video for A Ghost started out as a mocked up picture of me and 3 ghosts playing the last chorus of the song in a deserted alleyway,” Fran Healy explains.

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black midi have given a summer release to the song which was premiered earlier this year.

Sweater is to get a limited edition 12″ rung along with 7-eleven from July 17th, both tracks which were recorded during the sessions with Speedy Wunderground supremo Dan Carey which resulted in the debut album Schlagenheim.

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The Kinks will celebrate #LolaDay on June 12th, exactly 50 years after the release of one of their, and British music’s, best loved singles.

Recorded at Morgan Studios during the early months of 1970, Lola’s precise inspiration has been up for discussion during each of those five decades, but it’s safe to say came from somewhere out of the hedonistic London parties at which the Davies brothers were, once upon a time, keen regulars.

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The Coral have collected their in-isolation performances from the last few weeks into the Lockdown Sessions album which is streaming online now.

Three previously unreleased tracks are included, as well as a cover of the song which closes Oasis‘ seminal debut album Definitely Maybe, Married With Children.

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JARV IS… have created an eight-minute, green screen version of their House Music All Night Long single.

It’s a new version of the track which had introduced the debut album for Jarvis Cocker‘s project when it was due to be released last month; Beyond The Pale is now set to come out in September, while UK tour dates were also moved to a different time.

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