It’s a happy day for sad music lovers, as The National‘s “Laugh Track” featuring Phoebe Bridgers got a brand-new music video. This track serves as the third collaboration with boygenius‘ own Bridgers behind “This Isn’t Helping” and “Your Mind Is Not Your Friend.” The National tapped the artists behind Bob’s Burgers to bring “Laugh Track” to life with a unique animation style via 3D animator Adam Phillips and director Bernard Derriman. Unlike the colorful Bob’s Burgers scenes, this music video has gray, muted tones, matching the relaxed, melancholic vibes of both musical acts. “So turn on the laugh track/Everyone knows… Read more »
The National have dropped their fourth and final single pulled from their forthcoming full-length, First Two Pages of Frankenstein. Their group’s latest single, “Your Mind is Not Your Friend” is an enthralling ballad featuring Phoebe Bridgers and includes an accompanying music video. Through vocalist Matt Berninger’s wistful vocal delivery layered with Bridgers’ delicate whispers, “Your Mind is Not Your Friend” confronts mental health’s entanglements head-on creating an ethereal aura around the track. In a press release, Berninger explained how the track was created after suffering from a period of writer’s block. “When I feel stuck, I’ll often grab a book… Read more »
Phoebe Bridgers has dropped the news that a new boygenius album is out March 31st and a whole three songs have already been released.
— Today we talk about Action/Adventure’s new single, Phoebe Bridgers’ new role, and changes coming to YouTube. — Action/Adventure’s New Single Action/Adventure is getting us through that mid-week slump with a brand new single. “Carolina Reaper” is off of their upcoming album, Imposter Syndrome, coming out on November 11th. The band talked about the origins of the new song: “Carolina Reaper is an interesting track because it was essentially all written in one sitting. Back in 2018 Blake brought Carolina Reaper peppers to practice one night and of course, all of us being spice buffs had to try them. Instant… Read more »
Today we have Belmont announcing new winter dates, Phoebe Bridgers sharing the Reunion Tour coming this fall, and TURNSTILE revealing a new album.
The line between alternative music and pop music has blurred even more. Bring Me The Horizon and Spiritbox are carrying the torch Linkin Park lit almost twenty years ago, but who’s next?
It’s that time of year when we all look back on the albums that served as the soundtrack to the last 12 months. With so many incredible releases in 2023, it was pretty tricky to narrow down our most beloved releases. idobi Radio had too many favorites to pack into one list, so today, we are unveiling our Best Albums Of 2023 Volume 1! We simply weren’t capable of ranking these albums. Instead, we chose to give them all equal praise and list them based on the release date. Additionally, this list does not include EPs or reimagined albums (those… Read more »
Blue-haired pop/rock singer Charlotte Sands has issued her new single “pity.” The new track teases what fans can expect from her upcoming album, can we start over? out January 24. A new album means hopping on tour, too. She’ll embark on a U.S., EU/UK tour to support the LP. Read more: Hey Monday To Play ‘Hold On Tight’ In Full At When We Were Young Fest 2024 “It’s about the feeling of jealousy and comparing yourself but also about the experience of being captivated by someone else’s existence. Making this song was such a fun experience,” says Sands about her… Read more »
The Grammy nominations for the 2024 Awards Show dropped on November 10, and it’s clear that boygenius are beloved in both the alternative world and overall pop culture zeitgeist. Taking place on February 4 at the Crypto.com Arena in Los Angeles, the Grammy Awards will stream at 8 PM ET CBS and Paramount +. Fans of Phoebe Bridgers, Julien Baker, and Lucy Dacus can see their faves hopefully win for Album of The Year and Best Alternative Music Album with the record, Best Rock Performance, Record Of The Year, and Best Rock Song with “Not Strong Enough,” Best Alternative Music… Read more »
Back in August, Billie Eilish brought boygenius onstage, surprising fans who came to her intimate London show at the Electric Ballroom. Eilish, with help from Lucy Dacus, Phoebe Bridgers, and Julien Baker, performed the somber hit “when the party’s over” from 2019’s WHEN WE ALL FALL ASLEEP, WHERE DO WE GO?. Eilish introduced the “Cool About It” trio saying, “For this next song, I wanted to invite a couple of my friends to come sing with me, so I want everybody to please welcome my friends boygenius,” which was met with adoring, surprised screams. Dacus, Baker, and Bridgers all ran onstage… Read more »