After an exciting surprise performance of “The Kill (Bury Me)” with rising alt artist KennyHoopla at When We Were Young Fest in October, Thirty Seconds To Mars has announced the Seasons World Tour 2024. Kenny will be joining the tour’s North American run as support alongside veteran punk-rockers AFI and Poppy. During Thirty Seconds To Mars’ second performance at WWWY Fest, KennyHoopla jumped on stage with the group for a breathtaking rendition of the band’s hit track “The Kill (Bury Me).” While fans certainly anticipated the band to bring “The Kill” to the festival stage, no one was ready for… Read more »
Poppy is just a few weeks out from unveiling her fifth full-length album, Zig, which will drop via Sumerian Records on October 27. In anticipation of the release, the enigmatic singer-songwriter, known for her genre-blurring sound and unique artistic approach, has revealed that she will join her fellow labelmates Bad Omens as direct support on the metalcore unit’s forthcoming 2024 UK and European headline tour. In an Instagram post announcing the news, Poppy shares, “I’ve got some new dates for you. I’m joining @badomensofficial in the EU and headlining the UK! Tickets and VIP for all UK shows are available… Read more »
Poppy has shared “Motorbike”, another taste of her upcoming album ‘Zig’, and it is a sensual and sensational piece of synth-pop lust.
Three months after her riveting official cover release under the banner of Sumerian Records, Poppy unveiled her ferocious rendition of Kittie’s iconic 1999 track, “Spit,” in a blazing live debut performance on August 18 at The Showbox SoDo in Seattle, WA. The relentless cover of “Spit” held its ground at the pinnacle of Poppy‘s encore set, commanding attention during a show that was nothing short of enthralling, brutal, and sweaty. This performance marked an integral moment of the Godless/Goddess Tour, a journey that shares the spotlight with the dynamically talented PVRIS. The following evening, August 19, Poppy again incorporated “Spit”… Read more »
Iconic dark-pop star, Poppy has unveiled the details of her forthcoming album Zig today. The new album is set to release October 27th via Sumerian Records. Supporting the announcement of the new project, Poppy dropped a brand new song, “Knockoff” as well. This surrealist alt-pop track comes as the second teaser from Zig, following “Church Outfit” that dropped in April of this year. Working with her long-term collaborative partner Simon Wilcox, Poppy also partnered with producer Ali Payami to bring fans this new collection of songs. Giving fans a taste of the experience of what is to come with Zig,… Read more »
Poppy is paying tribute to Kittie, one of the trailblazers of nu-metal, with a cover of their classic track “Spit”. It is nasty.
Poppy Patica is pleased to share their newest track “Sweetest Song” today. The track comes as the second single, following “Awful Sound“, from their debut album Black Cat Back Stage out May 5th via House Of Joy. The track debuted today on Surviving The Golden Age music podcast and will be available to jam on all streaming platforms on Friday, April 28th. If you want an early listen, head over to the group’s Bandcamp to grace your ears. Poppy Patica roars through tons of different tempos in “Sweetest Song”. It feels like the track – in a funny, affecting way – is about the bizarreness of policing,… Read more »
PVRIS and Poppy are hitting the road together, and it’s set to be a celebratory, eclectic and fantastical experience.
Poppy has kicked off a new chapter in her fascinating story with 114 seconds of discomforting and discordant synth pop.
A new chapter of Poppy is about to begin.