News Round-Up: The War On Drugs, The Killers

The War On Drugs by Shawn Brackbill

The War On Drugs by Shawn Brackbill

Our recap of the stories we featured during the past seven days includes new album announcements from The War On Drugs and The Killers.

On October 29th, The War On Drugs will release I Don’t Live Here Anymore, their first studio album since 2017’s A Deeper Understanding.

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Coldplay have confirmed their ninth album Music Of The Spheres for release on October 15th.

Coloratura is earmarked to next preview the record which was produced by Max Martin as the band wasted little time in following up 2019’s Everyday Life.

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The Rolling Stones have confirmed the details of their rescheduled North American dates which are set to be a part of the No Filter touring which stretches all the way back to 2017.

It’s now due to open in St. Louis on September 26th this year, and will continue on through October via visits to cities including Pittsburgh, Los Angeles and Tampa.

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The Killers by Danny Clinch

The Killers by Danny Clinch

The Killers have unveiled the details of their new studio record Pressure Machine.

Fans won’t have to wait long for release, the record due on August 13th after production work by the band with Shawn Everett and Jonathan Rado when they took the themes from Brandon Flowers’ childhood experiences in Nephi, Utah.

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Arlo Parks looks like a clear early favourite for the 2021 Mercury Prize after its shortlist was announced today.

The judging panel, which includes last year’s winner Michael Kiwanuka, have released a joint statement praising the depth of talent on show this year.

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Lil Nas X has continued his recent run of singles with the release of a provocative video for Industry Baby.

The premiere was preceded by Lil Nas sharing a letter to his younger self on social media, gearing fans up for another glimpse of his debut album Montero.

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