In a tasty follow-up to his sugary-sweet September release, “The Dead Come Talking,” Roe Kapara has unveiled his feel-good, dance-worthy new single, “Fajita!” Accompanied by a kitschy lyric video that features Kapara hidden beneath a brown paper bag with an exaggerated frowning face on the front, Kapara is seen dancing with abandon in a bed of tiny yellow flowers, only further enhancing the groovy new track. “Fajita!” exudes an enchanting, effervescent aura, particularly evident in the track’s chorus, where Kapara whimsically croons, “Too silly/I’m too goofy for your touch/I need it/Fills me up/$450 paid for dinner at the bar/Fajita/Burn my… Read more »
blink-182 is back at it again! The world-dominating pop-punk trio has just released their bouncy new track “Dance With Me,” marking the third single off of their upcoming album, ONE MORE TIME…. Combining their quintessential blend of loud guitars, non-stop drum fills, and rebellious vocals, the song brings blink-182 back to its roots through a feel-good and danceable arrangement. The music video for “Dance With Me” is a love letter to the iconic American punk rock band, The Ramones. Dressed in their finest leather jackets and black wigs à la Ramones leader Joey Ramone, blink-182 parodies the band’s iconic 1981… Read more »
After dropping two highly-anticipated singles last month, our iconic pop-punk trio are keeping the momentum with the announcement of a third brand new track. blink-182 took to TikTok and Instagram Reels this morning to share a teaser of their upcoming single, “DANCE WITH ME” slated to drop this Wednesday, October 4th along with a fresh music video. This new tune will serve as the fourth single from their upcoming eleventh studio album, ONE MORE TIME… following the title track, “MORE THAN YOU KNOW” and last year’s single, “EDGING“. After all of the teasing and hype surrounding the announcement of the… Read more »
Fall Out Boy are going to be a part of Just Dance 2024, with their song “I Am My Own Muse” being a playable song.
Immersing us in a captivating wave of nostalgia, Cherie Amour takes listeners on an enchanting journey with their latest groovy creation, “702.” As the sonic landscape unfolds, it becomes unmistakably clear that Cherie Amour possesses a profound ability to encapsulate the very heart of a relationship gone awry. The new track will be featured on Cherie Amour’s forthcoming Some Songs EP, slated for release on October 20 through Epitaph Records. Infused with lyrics such as, “I just wanna be with you/You don’t know what love is/Baby let me show you,” this playful new track offers a glimpse into the complex… Read more »
Kaonashi dive even deeper into their vast and fantastic storytelling with a song that shows off their more melodic side.
As A R I Z O N A is prepping to hit the stage alongside Julia Wolf and Quinn XCII at the start of May, the electro-pop trio has announced the release of their dance-worthy new single, “Die For A Night.” “Die For A Night” follows the release of “Dark Skies” and “Moving On,” which will all appear on the group’s forthcoming, self-titled album arriving on May 12 through Fueled By Ramen. The electrifying new single masterfully blends the group’s signature toe-tapping percussion, hypnotic bassline, and lead vocalist Zachary Charles’ soulful and commanding delivery. The emotionally-charged release begins with a… Read more »
Following the release of “Weightless” and “Impurities,” pulled from her forthcoming sophomore album, My Soft Machine, Arlo Parks has delivered a third preview of her full-length with the release of “Blades.” “Paul [Epworth] is just a wizard; he has this childlike spirit that I’ve always really loved and he brought that to ‘Blades,’” Parks shares. “I wanted to make something that I can dance to, finally, because I feel like my songs don’t really have that quality in general. So, I took inspiration from bands like ESG, artists like Kaytranada, and a lot of the kind of ’70s Zambian psychedelic… Read more »
Get ready to circle pit, bang your head, and sing along until your lungs give out to the new EP from Scowl, Psychic Dance Routine.
Get ready for your new favorite obsession as the five-piece Parisian rock group The Blackmordia has released their hypnotizing and dance-worthy new single “54” via Throne Music, the band’s self-formed record label. Steeped with flamboyancy, androgyny, and sexual freedom, “54” was inspired by one of the world’s most legendary nightclubs, Studio 54. “This song is talking about wanting to be yourself,” The Blackmordia founder and drummer Sofiane Seddiki shares. “It’s about dressing the way you want, feeling sexy, taking drugs, having fun, being free sexually without caring about what others are thinking—in the same way people were living life in… Read more »