Indie-pop quartet The Aces has announced a massive summer/fall World Tour with support from LALA LALA. The I’ve Loved You For So Long World Tour will kick off on August 14 in Budapest, Hungary at Sziget Festival and span across more than 30 dates running through October. Read more: Palehound Announce New Album ‘Eye on The Bat’ In addition to their forthcoming tour, which will see The Aces at several festivals including Pukkelpop Festival and Frequency Festival, the band will also be releasing their third studio full-length album I’ve Loved You For So Long on June 2 via Red Bull… Read more »
The Inbox Jukebox brings you fresh new tunes and bands. This week features tracks from The Aces, flowerovlove, Teddy Swims, 12AM, and Grace Ives.
Today we have Seth Rogen producing the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles reboot, The Aces hosting their Pridestream event, Billie Eilish’s new song and video, Naomi Osaka withdrawing from the French Open, and Neflix’s new series We The People.
The Inbox Jukebox brings you fresh new tunes and bands. This week features tracks from John the Ghost, New Dialogue x Smallpools, and The Aces.
Marking her eagerly-awaited return and her first release in six months, Bishop Briggs has launched her empowering new single, “Baggage.” The track will be featured on a new collection of music titled, When Everything Went Dark which will arrive on June 23 via Arista Records. At its core, Briggs‘ “Baggage” is a stirring exploration of embracing life’s messiness and facing it head-on with a sense of empowerment. Through lyrics such as the track’s chorus, “I’m broken, bruised and damaged/Gave up on feeling balanced/But dammit, that’s my baggage/My heavy, heavy baggage,” the song encourages listeners to recognize the complexities of emotional… Read more »
Canadian alt-pop duo, Bestfriend have released their brand new EP Places I’ve Left today via Nettwerk. The six-track EP is a sonically fuzzy, indie daydream boosted by whip-smart lyricism. The narrative relates to nostalgia, growing up, and the constant battle of getting your shit together. Raw and unreserved, and often feeling like a punch in the gut, Places I’ve Left has Bestfriend channeling emotional confessions of life’s uncertainties. The duo is comprised of Stacy Kim (vocals/instrumentals) and Kaelan Geoffrey (vocals/production). Speaking on the new EP, the band shares: “The places sister EPs (‘places i’ve lived’ and now, ‘places i’ve left’)… Read more »
— Today we talk about Yungblud’s new necklaces, When We Were Young’s sets schedule, and BTS’ Jin dropping a new single. — Buy Yunglud’s DNA Yungblud is dropping merch that is definitely…unique. The artist has teamed up with 5 Gum to bring you a brand new necklace. Artist Greg Yuna has designed the jewelry using gum that has been chewed by Yungblud—which is for a good cause. The proceeds will go to the National Independent Venue Foundation and their mission statement is, “To preserve and nurture the ecosystem of independent live performance venues and promoters throughout the United States by… Read more »
Today we talk about the life of Nichelle Nichols, Beyoncé faces backlash, The Wonder Years’ tour announcement, and Bad Suns’ new single. Remembering Nichelle Nichols Actress Nichelle Nichols passed away Saturday night at the age of 89. Her son announced she had died of natural causes and released a statement saying, “Last night, my mother, Nichelle Nichols, succumbed to natural causes and passed away. Her light however, like the ancient galaxies now being seen for the first time, will remain for us and future generations to enjoy, learn from, and draw inspiration from. Hers was a life well lived and… Read more »
Today we talk about Arcade Fire taking over for Foo Fighters, why Coachella sales have dropped, and Elon Musk’s offer to buy Twitter. Arcade Fire Replaces Foo Fighters Foo Fighters were set to perform at the 15th Osheaga Music And Arts Festival in Montreal, Canada between July 29 and August 1. However, all of their planned shows have understandably been cancelled due to the unexpected loss of their drummer, Taylor Hawkins. It was announced today that their replacement will be Arcade Fire. The band is native to Montreal and has performed at this festival before. The band’s official account took… Read more »
Pat and Seb talk about the places they’ve lived from their parents’ houses, first time living on their own, and of course, living on a bus!