K.Flay has shared the video for her single "High Enough."
The clip, streaming now on YouTube, finds the musician living in a trailer park. When her neighbors start yelling, she turns up "High Enough," which not only not only stops the shouting, but inspires the neighbors to bust out a strange and elaborate dance routine.
"The 'High Enough' video is an unconventional retelling of a universal theme: music's ability to unite us despite our differences," says director Lorraine Nicolson in a statement. "A great song can cut across cultural boundaries better than language can, and I think K.Flay's new track…
Rag'n'Bone Man has made a name for himself with his breakthrough single "Human," but the success of the track came as a "massive surprise" to the British singer-songwriter.
"['Human'] was gonna be a set-up to another single that we thought was gonna be what we hoped would be the big one," the musician, born Rory Graham, tells ABC Radio. "But it turns out that people really liked 'Human,' which is not a bad thing at all, 'cause I love the song."
As for why "Human" has connected so strongly with listeners, Graham feels the answer is a "combination of two…
Fall Out Boy has scheduled their first late-night TV appearance since announcing the details new album, Mania. The Chicago pop-punks will perform on The Tonight Show next Tuesday, May 16.
As for what they'll be performing during their Tonight Show appearances, Fall Out Boy hasn't announced that yet, but they'll likely be playing "Young and Menace," the EDM-influenced, vocal effect-heavy opening track from Mania.
Mania will be released September 15. Fall Out Boy will be touring North America in support of the album this fall beginning October 20 in Cleveland.
The Tonight Show airs at 11:35 p.m. ET on NBC.…
Thom Yorke is joining his band mate Jonny Greenwood in the world of the film scoring.
According to Variety, the Radiohead frontman will compose music for the upcoming film Suspiria, a remake of the 1977 cult classic from Italian horror icon Dario Argento.
The new movie's director, Luca [LOO-kah] Guadagnino [gwah dah NEE noe], says that working with Yorke is a "dream come true."
"Our goal is to make a movie that will be a disturbing and transforming experience: for this ambition, we could not find a better partner than Thom," he adds.
Greenwood, meanwhile, is well known for his…
At long last, Metallica will kick off their North American WorldWired stadium tour tonight in Baltimore. Speaking with 98 Rock Baltimore ahead of the show, drummer Lars Ulrich describes the production for the shows with words like "big" and "huge."
"It's colossal," he adds.
Your Metallica experience on this tour will also be under the stars, as the band has "done away" with the roof as a part of their production. Ulrich also promises to "blow some s*** up," "big video screens" and Metallica's signature "snake pit," a diamond-shaped structure that carves around a section of the crowd.
Pearl Jam's Mike McCready has lent his guitar chops to "Velvet Noose," a new song from a local Seattle band called Thunderp***y. The newly inducted Rock and Roll Hall of Famer recorded a solo for and produced the track, which you can download now on iTunes.
"Velvet Noose" will appear on the debut vinyl seven-inch from Thunderp***y, which will be released through McCready's own HockeyTalkter Records.
"Thunderp***y is my favorite new band, and it was an honor to work with them on these songs," McCready tells Rolling Stone. "'Velvet Noose' is an amazing and catchy rock song that deserves to…
On Tuesday night's Jimmy Kimmel Live!, Royal Blood performed "Lights Out," the lead single from the group's highly anticipated second album, How Did We Get So Dark?, due out on June 16. Records.
Singer/bassist Mike Kerr and drummer Ben Thatcher, rocked out under a dark blue hue, perhaps telegraphing the new album title. After the song was finished, they went into “Figure It Out,” from the band's eponymous debut studio album, before the show ended. The full performance can be viewed online at the Jimmy Kimmel Live! website.
Royal Blood's self-titled debut was the fastest-selling British rock album in three years, and…
Adema is back. The band's original lineup, including lead vocalist Marky Chavez, has announced their reunion
"We are happy to announce that the original 'classic' ADEMA lineup of Kris Kohls, Mike Ransom, Dave DeRoo, Tim Fluckey, and YES -- MARKY CHAVEZ is in fact, REUNITED!!!" the group writes in a Facebook post. "And it feels so good!"
The reunion will be made official during a show at the Whisky a Go Go in Los Angeles on May 24. They'll also be "writing and recording a new record soon."
Adema's self-titled debut album, featuring the singles "Giving In," "The Way You…
Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross have composed a new song called "Green Lines," which they recorded for Walled Off Hotel in Bethlehem, Palestine, the latest project from the infamous guerilla artist Banksy. You can listen to "Green Lines" now on YouTube.
Each night at the Walled Off Hotel, an automated piano will play compositions recorded by the Nine Inch Nails duo, including "Green Lines." Other musicians who recorded music for the project include Flea of Red Hot Chili Peppers, and The Dark Knight composer Hans Zimmer.
Nine Inch Nails released their most recent EP, Not the Actual Events, late last…
It seems that with every new Linkin Park album, there's an outspoken segment of fans who wish the band would go back to their older sound -- specifically, that of their mega-successful debut, 2000's Hybrid Theory. That group seems to be especially vocal regarding Linkin Park's forthcoming effort, One More Light, an incredibly poppy effort that's perhaps the farthest the band has ever ventured from their original nu-metal sound.
Frontman Chester Bennington, for one, is a bit frustrated with the constant comparisons to Hybrid Theory.
"When we made Hybrid Theory, I was the oldest guy in the band and in…
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