Tag: pop

FALL OUT BOY’S NEW SINGLE RELEASED NEXT WEEK?

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So as we learned from the announcement of M A N I A, Fall Out Boy love to tease us about new music.

Recently, there have been a few clues as to what their new single will be called and when it will be released. There have been a few clues as to the song title, with FOB tweeting ‘CHAMPION’ and lyric website Genius hinting at the new single name…

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5 GREAT POP COVERS YOU NEED TO HEAR

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To celebrate the announcement of ‘Punk Goes Punk vol.7‘, we decided to put down a list of our favourite rock covers of pop songs. So in no particular order, here are 5 song covers you need to listen to right now!

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THE GOSPEL YOUTH HAVE ANNOUNCED THEIR DEBUT ALBUM

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It’s time. British pop-rock group ‘The Gospel Youth’ have officially announced their debut album ‘Always Lose’.

The 10 track album will be released on July 14th via Velocity/ Rise Records and to add to the excitement The Gospel Youth have also Continue reading “THE GOSPEL YOUTH HAVE ANNOUNCED THEIR DEBUT ALBUM”

PARAMORE ANNOUNCE NEW ALBUM ‘AFTER LAUGHTER’

119928.jpgAfter a few days of wondering just what Paramore have been up to on their social media, all has finally been revealed.

Four years after the release of their self titled album in 2013, Paramore are set to release their brand new album ‘After Laughter’ on May 12th 2017. Alongside the release of this news, Paramore have also unveiled a new music video for their single ‘Hard Times’. The track features something a little different to Paramore’s well-known style with more Continue reading “PARAMORE ANNOUNCE NEW ALBUM ‘AFTER LAUGHTER’”

90 MORE BANDS ANNOUNCED FOR READING AND LEEDS

 

rl-logos-2017-rednewchevbg-a4.pngOver 90 bands and the stage splits have now been announced for Reading and Leeds festival.

Joining previously announced main stage hits Muse, Against The Current and Bastille, will be bands such as American synth-rock band Pvris and alt-rock Japanese band One OK Rock. Also being added to the line-up include the likes of Continue reading “90 MORE BANDS ANNOUNCED FOR READING AND LEEDS”