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Stone share epic new single ‘My Thoughts Go’ and announce debut album ‘Fear Life For A Lifetime’ - www.nme.com - Britain - county Rich - state Vermont
nme.com
10.04.2024 / 13:31

Stone share epic new single ‘My Thoughts Go’ and announce debut album ‘Fear Life For A Lifetime’

Stone have announced details of their debut album, ‘Fear Life For A Lifetime’. Check out the new single ‘My Thoughts Go’ below.Announced today (April 10), the news of the debut album arrives following the Liverpool quartet sharing their two acclaimed ‘punkadonk’ EPs, and having hit the road with huge names including Sam Fender, Yungblud and Bruce Springsteen.Set for release on July 12, the project is described in a press release as “coming together like a coming-of-age narrative – a place that can help people navigate the tumultuous experiences of young adulthood”.“If you’ve felt love but not always felt you deserved it; if you’ve been ambitious but also wracked with self-doubt; if you’ve been confident at times but crushed by anxiety at others: this is the album for you,” it adds.“Just as importantly, if you’ve ever felt like you don’t belong, Stone offer a community that feels like a welcoming home-from-home.”Comprised of Fin Power (vocals) – the son of both The La’s member and frontman of Cast, John Power – Elliot Gill (guitar), Sarah Surrage (bass) and Alex Smith (drums) – the four-piece recorded the album during sessions in Vermont with producer Rich Costey (Sam Fender, HAIM, Biffy Clyro).During the sessions, they looked to capture snapshots of British youth culture, while also immersing themselves in the life and routines of the small town of Brattleboro.‘Fear Life For A Lifetime’ is now available to pre-order, and you can check out the album artwork below.“This album speaks for everyone’s experiences.

‘Aisha’ Trailer: Letitia Wright & Josh O’Connor Star in Immigration Drama Arriving In May - theplaylist.net - USA - Ireland - county Wright - Nigeria
theplaylist.net
09.04.2024 / 21:57

‘Aisha’ Trailer: Letitia Wright & Josh O’Connor Star in Immigration Drama Arriving In May

Having debuted at the 2022 Tribeca Film Festival, the immigration drama “Aisha” starring Letitia Wright (“Black Panther”) and Josh O’Connor (“Challengers”), is finally coming to North American theaters. Distributed by Samuel Goldwyn Films and Tubi Films, “Aisha” has been set for a May 10, 2024 release.

Billie Eilish announces new album ‘Hit Me Hard And Soft’ - www.nme.com
nme.com
08.04.2024 / 16:15

Billie Eilish announces new album ‘Hit Me Hard And Soft’

Billie Eilish has announced details of a new album titled ‘Hit Me Hard And Soft’ – check out the details below.The singer revealed the news of a new release earlier today (April 8), when she shared an update with fans on on her Instagram page. According to the post, the new album will be titled ‘Hit Me Hard And Soft’, and is set to arrive on May 17.She also revealed the album artwork, which features her barefoot, underwater, and sinking below a white wooden door.“‘HIT ME HARD AND SOFT’ MY THIRD ALBUMMMMMMMMMMMMM COMES OUT MAY 17THHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH AHHHHHHHHHH,” she wrote in the caption.

Azealia Banks hits back at Lily Allen over Beyoncé ‘Cowboy Carter’ criticism: “You’re going to stop right there and sit this one out” - www.nme.com
nme.com
08.04.2024 / 13:11

Azealia Banks hits back at Lily Allen over Beyoncé ‘Cowboy Carter’ criticism: “You’re going to stop right there and sit this one out”

Azealia Banks has responded to Lily Allen‘s recent criticism of Beyoncé‘s new album ‘Cowboy Carter‘, accusing the singer of past racist comments while telling her to “sit this one out”.Allen made headlines last week after she described Beyoncé’s reimagined cover of Dolly Parton‘s ‘Jolene’ on the album as “weird”.Speaking on her Miss Me? podcast, she said: “It’s very weird, that you’d cover the most successful songs in that genre. It’s quite an interesting to do, when you’re trying to, like, tackle a genre and you just choose the biggest song in that genre to cover.“I mean, you do you, Beyoncé, and she literally is doing her.

TOWIE's Lauren Goodger removes reminder of ex Mark Wright with intimate tattoo confession - www.ok.co.uk - Dubai - county Wright
ok.co.uk
08.04.2024 / 00:23

TOWIE's Lauren Goodger removes reminder of ex Mark Wright with intimate tattoo confession

TOWIE's Lauren Goodger has discussed a tattoo she had of ex-boyfriend Mark Wright's name in an intimate area, as she said she thought it was 'cute'. The 37 year old is back on our screens in the latest series of The Only Way is Essex, alongside fellow show alum, Amy Childs, 33. During an episode that aired on Sunday, April 7, Amy and Lauren sat down for a chat as beautician Amy recalled giving Lauren spray tans back in the day.

Harry Redknapp agrees with Chris Sutton in Man United vs Liverpool prediction as Ian Wright fears 'hiding' - www.manchestereveningnews.co.uk - Manchester - city Newcastle - county Sutton - city Brighton
manchestereveningnews.co.uk
07.04.2024 / 07:51

Harry Redknapp agrees with Chris Sutton in Man United vs Liverpool prediction as Ian Wright fears 'hiding'

Manchester United are back in action this weekend as they take on rivals Liverpool in the Premier League at Old Trafford on Sunday afternoon.

London Grammar announce new album ‘The Greatest Love’ with hypnotic lead single ‘House’ - www.nme.com - Britain
nme.com
05.04.2024 / 09:59

London Grammar announce new album ‘The Greatest Love’ with hypnotic lead single ‘House’

London Grammar have shared details of a new album titled ‘The Greatest Love’ – check out the enchanting lead single ‘House’ below.Announced today (April 5), the new release will mark the fourth studio album to be shared by the British trio, and the follow-up to the critically acclaimed ‘Californian Soil’, which arrived back in 2021 and earned the band their second BRIT nomination.Set for release in September via Ministry of Sound, the album comes over a decade since the group – comprising Hannah Reid, Dot Major and Dan Rothman – first entered the industry, and “will see them celebrate a new chapter as they leave their past behind them and hone in on a newfound sense of freedom” according to a press release.News of the new LP also arrives with the first preview of the trio’s new material, as they share the lead single ‘House’.Arriving with a dizzying music video showing all aspects of human emotion, the track starts with frontwoman Reid delivering the uncompromising lyric: “This is my place, my house, my rules” – a powerful line which returns in the hypnotic chorus.“‘House’ is about drawing boundaries around yourself,” said the vocalist about the inspiration behind the new single. “When I hit my thirties, my mindset shifted, and I no longer felt like a victim of anything – it all felt within my power.

Peggy Gou announces debut album and shares ‘1+1=11’ video with Olafur Eliasson - www.nme.com - Denmark - Berlin - county Love
nme.com
04.04.2024 / 15:11

Peggy Gou announces debut album and shares ‘1+1=11’ video with Olafur Eliasson

Peggy Gou has announced details of a debut album titled ‘I Hear You’, and dropped the latest single ‘1+1=11’. Check it out below.Announced today (April 4), the upcoming LP will mark the first full-length album to be shared by the Korean-born artist, producer and DJ, following on from a string of hit singles including ‘(It Goes Like) Nanana’ and the Lenny Kravitz collaboration ‘I Believe In Love Again’.Titled ‘I Hear You’, the 10-track release will be shared on June 7 via XL Recordings – and you can pre-order it here.“‘I Hear You’ is more than just my debut album,” Gou said of the upcoming project.

NxWorries announce new album, share new single ’86Sentra’ - www.nme.com - Jordan - county Young
nme.com
04.04.2024 / 08:31

NxWorries announce new album, share new single ’86Sentra’

NxWorries, the duo of Anderson .Paak and Knxwledge, have announced their sophomore album, ‘Why Lawd?’.Last night (April 3), NxWorries (pronounced “No Worries”) took to social to announce the upcoming record, which is due for release on June 7 via Stones Throw. Further information surrounding their second studio album remain unknown at this time, including its tracklisting and cover art.

Dirty Three announce first album in 12 years with ‘Love Changes Everything’ and Australian tour - www.nme.com - Australia - Britain - city Canberra
nme.com
03.04.2024 / 21:35

Dirty Three announce first album in 12 years with ‘Love Changes Everything’ and Australian tour

Dirty Three have announced their new album ‘Love Changes Everything’, and shared its lead single, ‘Love Changes Everything I’. Listen below.The instrumental trio, comprised of Warren Ellis of Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds on viola, Mick Turner on guitar and Jim White on drums, have released ten albums, but none since 2012’s ‘Toward the Low Sun’.The new record will be released on June 28 via Bella Union, and is available to pre-order here.The album is comprised of six tracks, all bearing the album’s title, with an ascending roman numeral.

Glass Animals share anthemic ‘Creatures In Heaven’ and announce new album ‘I Love You So F***ing Much’ - www.nme.com - California - city Mexico City
nme.com
03.04.2024 / 19:19

Glass Animals share anthemic ‘Creatures In Heaven’ and announce new album ‘I Love You So F***ing Much’

Glass Animals have returned with their new single ‘Creatures in Heaven’ and have announced their new album ‘I Love You So F***ing Much’.The album will be the fourth full-length record of the group’s career and the follow-up to 2020’s ‘Dreamland’. It comes out on 19 July via Polydor and you can pre-order it here.‘Creatures in Heaven’ is the first taster of the album, and speaking about its existential themes, frontman Dave Bayley has said: “It’s about a moment in time, be it a split second or a year or whatever, having the capacity to be enormously formative and life-changing. Even if it is over.

IDLES announce support acts for 2024 UK and Ireland tour - www.nme.com - Australia - Britain - Centre - county Hall - Manchester - Ireland - Birmingham - Dublin - city Rock - city Brighton, county Centre
nme.com
29.03.2024 / 00:53

IDLES announce support acts for 2024 UK and Ireland tour

IDLES have announced their support acts for their upcoming 2024 UK/Ireland tour – check out all details below.The Bristol band have just released their fifth album ‘Tangk‘ and are set to tour the album across the country from July this year. Now, the band have taken to social media to reveal a swathe of support acts who’ll join their tour with them.First, Australian genre-bending master Genesis Owusu, along with Brighton punk rockers Lambrini Girls have been announced to perform with IDLES.

Nick Cave says new Bad Seeds album isn’t “set through a lens of loss” - www.nme.com - city Melbourne - city Brighton
nme.com
28.03.2024 / 13:07

Nick Cave says new Bad Seeds album isn’t “set through a lens of loss”

Nick Cave has shared insight into his upcoming album ‘Wild God’, and explained that the LP isn’t “set through a lens of loss”.The singer-songwriter announced details of the new Bad Seeds record at the start of the month, sharing the artwork, tracklisting and its moving title track with fans.Set for release on August 30 (pre-order here), Cave described the album as “deeply and joyously infectious”, and said it will see him move between themes of convention and experimentation more than in previous work.It is co-produced by Warren Ellis and mixed by David Fridmann, and the frontman also teased fans on his blog (The Red Hand Files), saying that the album is “full of secrets”.Now, in a new interview, Cave has shed more light on what to expect from ‘Wild God’ – explaining that while the death of his two sons will always impact his writing, the album itself isn’t “set through a lens of loss”.“Even when I’m trying to use art to escape certain feelings and sorrows I have, everything just seems to fall into the slipstream of the loss,” he told The Guardian. “These losses are just incorporated into the artistic flow and they move in a direction that is beyond your capacity to rein in.

AURORA announces new album ‘What Happened To The Heart’ and announces UK and European tour - www.nme.com - Britain - Norway
nme.com
28.03.2024 / 10:35

AURORA announces new album ‘What Happened To The Heart’ and announces UK and European tour

AURORA has shared details of a new album titled ‘What Happened To The Heart?’ and announced UK and European tour dates. Find all the details below.Announced today (March 28), the news of a fourth studio album comes after the Norwegian alt-pop singer teased fans last week by dropping the introspective new single ‘Some Type Of Skin’.Set for release on June 7 via Decca Records/Glassnote/Petroleum, ‘What Happened To The Heart’ marks her first full-length LP since her 2022 release, ‘The Gods We Can Touch’.In her latest project, the album is set to capture a journey from self-destruction to self-healing, and will see the singer explore the loss of spiritual connection in modern society, the healing power of vulnerability, and the call to ignite change through reuniting the heart with politics and personal growth.The idea for the album was inspired back in April 2022, when the singer read a letter co-written by indigenous activists, titled ‘We Are the Earth’, which changed her life.

Michelle Keegan reveals her 'cue to leave' while in Australia with Mark Wright - www.manchestereveningnews.co.uk - Australia - Britain - county Wright
manchestereveningnews.co.uk
27.03.2024 / 18:25

Michelle Keegan reveals her 'cue to leave' while in Australia with Mark Wright

Michelle Keegan has joked she's 'leaving' Australia after jetting to the other side of the world for work with her husband Mark Wright after coming across an unwelcome visitor.

ABBA announce 50th anniversary reissue of ‘Waterloo’ - www.nme.com - Sweden - city Brighton
nme.com
27.03.2024 / 10:53

ABBA announce 50th anniversary reissue of ‘Waterloo’

ABBA have announced details of a 50th-anniversary reissue of their iconic album ‘Waterloo’. Find more information below.The reissue of the band’s sophomore album comes to mark 50 years after the now-legendary Swedish band had their international breakthrough in the Eurovision Song Contest.The moment saw the members – Agnetha Fältskog, Björn Ulvaeus, Benny Andersson and Anni-Frid “Frida” Lyngstad – change the world of pop music forever, when they entered the stage at The Dome in Brighton on April 6, 1974, dressed in their shiny glam-rock costumes.Set for release on April 5 via Polar Music International, the ‘Waterloo’ anniversary reissue arrives as a half-speed mastered 45RPM 2LP Vinyl, along with a limited edition box set of the three vinyl singles originally released in 1974.

Michelle Keegan's 'anger' at being grilled on Mark Wright baby plans - www.ok.co.uk - county Wright
ok.co.uk
26.03.2024 / 23:33

Michelle Keegan's 'anger' at being grilled on Mark Wright baby plans

Fool Me Once star Michelle Keegan has admitted that she gets upset about people asking about when she might start a family with her husband, Mark Wright - just because she's a woman. Michelle and former TOWIE star Mark, both 36, have been husband and wife for nearly eight years, and they're both 36 years old. But Michelle, she maintains, is the one who always gets asked about when they will have kids.

John Cale shares ‘How We See The Light’ and announces new album ‘POPtical Illusion’ - www.nme.com - county Scott
nme.com
26.03.2024 / 15:11

John Cale shares ‘How We See The Light’ and announces new album ‘POPtical Illusion’

John Cale has announced his new album ‘POPtical Illusion’ and shared its first single, ‘How We See The Light’ – listen to it below.The Velvet Underground founder and Welsh musician will release his next record on June 14 via Double Six/Domino, produced by Cale and longtime partner Nita Scott in Los Angeles. Pre-order/pre-save here.A press release says that “Cale has often said that something shifted inside his mind during the pandemic, realizing that, nearing 80, he was living and working through something that many of his past contemporaries weren’t”.It continued: “He wanted to document it. He wrote more than 80 songs in a period of a little over a year, collectively surveying the range of human experience in the process – humour bled into frustration, regret gave way to forgiveness, sadness tangled with surrealism.”The statement also mentioned that Cale, a “hip-hop zealot”, was inspired by how the genre “wields technology to create multi-dimensional textures or build surprising melodies.

Actor Sam Morton announces debut album ‘Daffodils & Dirt’ on XL Recordings - www.nme.com
nme.com
26.03.2024 / 15:11

Actor Sam Morton announces debut album ‘Daffodils & Dirt’ on XL Recordings

Richard Russell for the 12-track record, which is due for release on June 14 via XL. Pre-order/pre-save it here.Per a press release, the duo will present “a deeply personal musical world that feels simultaneously intimate and delicate yet powerful and tough” with their forthcoming LP.The songs featured are described as “part-autobiographical”, while “providing a rich foundation for Morton’s gorgeous, ethereal vocal”.

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