Amber Bain‘s brainchild, The Japanese House, has unveiled the shimmering and captivating single “Sunshine Baby,” featuring guest vocals from The 1975‘s Matty Healy. The track previews The Japanese House‘s forthcoming full-length album, titled In The End It Always Does, scheduled for release on June 30 through Dirty Hit. Accompanying the release is an enchanting live video directed by Sheila Johansson. “Sunshine Baby” immerses listeners in a hazy, dream-like soundscape, adorned with lush instrumentation and expertly crafted synths. Bain’s ethereal vocals glide effortlessly across the music, intertwining seamlessly with Healy‘s wistful vocal performance. Together, they create a cascade of mesmerizing melodies… Read more »
Today we talk about U.S. Senators going after Ticketmaster, Matty Healy’s latest fan interaction, and people in China protesting COVID restrictions. — Ticketmaster vs. U.S. Senators The debacle over getting Taylor Swift tickets through Ticketmaster has gained the attention of U.S. Senators. The ticket selling site basically has a monopoly of concert tickets and Senators Amy Klobuchar and Mike Lee have formed a subcommittee to challenge that. Not having any true competitors has allowed the site to make insane fees and gives them the freedom to let their bots roam free, without any repercussions. They blame the Taylor Swift chaos… Read more »
— Today we talk about Matty Healy’s date with some raw meat, Takeoff’s celebration of life, and Ryan Scott Graham’s Taylor Swift cover. — Matty Healy Gets Raw Matty Healy is out here stunning people once again. While Healy is no stranger to creating a spectacle, this one even has his mom talking. During a performance at Madison Square Garden, which was also live-streamed on Twitch, The 1975 frontman ate raw meat on stage. Not to mention he was on his knees, with his shirt off, and getting a bit sensual. His mom Denis Welch tweeted about the event saying,… Read more »
Our favorite indie/pop songwriter is back at it again. Nashville-based Knox has just dropped his new single, “Man Down,” along with a punchy (pun intended) lyric video. Known for writing witty lyrics and memorable melodies, Knox shows a side of himself which we can all relate to. That is, feeling unlucky in love and withstanding the pain of a toxic relationship. As the subject of a one-sided fight, Knox withstands every punch, singing “She’s a drop-dead stone-cold killer / But damn, I’m dying to be with her.” The lyric video that accompanies the track reflects the themes of the song… Read more »
The 1975 are going to be celebrating a decade of their debut album by performing it in full at Reading and Leeds Festivals next month.
The Japanese House deliver the vulnerable ebbs and flows of heartbreak to delicate effect on ‘In The End It Always Does’.
The 1975 is going across the pond on an exciting headline tour this fall to continue supporting their 2022 record, Being Funny In A Foreign Language. Titled the “Still…At Their Very Best North America Tour,” the rockstars will embark on a 38-date run to arenas and festivals nationwide. The tour will kick off on September 16 in Atlanta, GA, and run through December 2 in Seattle, WA. These newly-announced performances mark the sequel to the band’s previous “At Their Very Best” tour, which took the band to North America, Europe, Asia, and Australia beginning in Oct. 2022. Now, a year… Read more »
The Japanese House have shared the closing track from their upcoming album ‘In The End It Always Does’, and it is a true heartbreaker.
The Japanese House is set to embark on their highly-anticipated US headline tour, marking their first in four years. This exciting announcement comes on the heels of their mesmerizing collaboration with The 1975’s Matty Healy on the track “Sunshine Baby.” As fans eagerly await the release of vocalist Amber Bain‘s sophomore record, In The End It Always Does, scheduled to drop on June 30 through Dirty Hit. Read more: This Wild Life Announce New Album ‘Never Fade’ The tour will consist of 29 captivating shows, commencing on November 1 in Philadelphia, PA, and concluding on December 10 in Boston, MA.… Read more »
PVRIS have shared another track from their upcoming album EVERGREEN, and it is haunting pop at its most delicately brilliant.