All Time Low’s “Remembering Sunday” has been certified Gold by the RIAA.
Dashboard Confessional’s So Impossible, Summers Kiss, and Spider-Man 2 EP, are now all available for order on vinyl.
PVRIS will release the deluxe version of Use Me, featuring five bonus tracks, this Friday. Read More “PVRIS Announce Deluxe Album”
Julien Baker will release her new album, Little Oblivions, on February 26th, 2021. Today she’s shared a video for the lead single, “Faith Healer,” and pre-orders are now up.
Julien also talked with Rolling Stone about the new album:
Read More “Julien Baker Announces New Album; Shares New Song”
That Baker’s first full-band album is also her most focused on earthly concerns is not coincidental. As the album’s sole producer, Baker uses her newly expanded rock palette to tell a story of the reckoning and renewal she’s undergone over the past two years. On “Relative Fiction,” she slowly builds on a typically sparse, moody arrangement before the drums announce themselves and Baker suddenly interrupts the doom-and-gloom ballad with a thrilling pop chorus: “I don’t need a savior/I need you to take me home,” she sings as the band swoops in behind her.
Deafheaven will release the new live album, 10 Years Gone, on December 4th. Today they’ve released the live version of “Daedalus,” one of the first songs the band wrote together. Read More “Deafheaven Share Live Version of “Daedalus””
The trailer for David Fincher’s new film, MANK, has been released. Read More “‘MANK’ Trailer”
Hellogoodbye have released the song “A Reminder to Me” on streaming platforms. The release features the 2010 recording and a new acoustic rendition as well. Forrest detailed the song on Instagram. Read More “Hellogoodbye – “A Reminder to Me””
Dan Campbell of The Wonder Years and Yungblud are the latest guests on Mark Hoppus’s radio show. Apparently Dan mentions Fireworks’ album is done and coming out this year.