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Between You & Me and Teenage Joans Announce Co-Headline Australian Tour

The Land Down Under is about to get rocked. Between You & Me and Teenage Joans are heading out on the run of your alternative dreams with their Australian 1800-Painless Co-Headline Regional Tour. The tour kicks off on Friday, August 9 at Adelaide’s Unibar and wraps up on September 7 in Coff’s Harbour at The Hoey Moey. Read more: idobi Radio Summer School Tour Announces Debut Lineup With Stand Atlantic, Magnolia Park, More On Instagram, Between You & Me said, “We’re going around Australia on a regional co-headline tour with the legends @teenagejoans. Hitting up some places we’ve never been… Read more »


Teenage Joans Launch Indie Horror Film Inspired By Debut Album

After captivating listeners with their debut album, released on October 13 last year, Australian darlings Teenage Joans has launched an indie horror film inspired by their record, welcome, The Rot That Grows Inside My Chest (The Film). Directed by Jamie Al Kayyali, the short film, which runs just over 20 minutes, was completed self-funded and written by the duo. In the enchanting world of Rotland, Cahli Blakers and Tahlia Borg—portraying themselves—embark on a whimsical yet cautionary journey, with hues of red and purple painting the landscape. The adventure unfolds in Chapter 1: Superglue, where an advertisement for candy apple pills… Read more »


Sleeping With Sirens Announces Vinyl Re-Press Of Their Debut Album

Sleeping With Sirens has announced that their debut album, With Ears To See And Eyes To Hear, is getting the vinyl re-issue treatment. The iconic LP will drop on May 10 via Rise Records ahead of the act’s upcoming fall tour. The 2010 release gave fans the timeless emo single, “If I’m James Dean, Then You’re Audrey Hepburn,” igniting the band to scene legend status. “The album that started it all!” Frontman Kellin Quinn excitedly explains how he feels about the re-pressing. “The vinyl looks so sick. Stoked to be re-releasing our very first album!” Pre-orders are live on their… Read more »



Pop-punk musician Noah Adams, better known as NOAHFINNCE, gave idobi Radio hints back in early March that, “If you love horror shit, you’re gonna love the music video for ‘ALEXITHYMIA.’ It is gory, and disgusting and dark and gross. And I love it.” To no surprise, it was even better than described. The 24-year-old UK-based artist has finally unleashed his “ALEXITHYMIA” music video and it is a bloody good time. “Alexithymia” is described as “when a person has difficulty experiencing, identifying, and expressing emotions,” according to Medical News Today. It often occurs in those diagnosed with PTSD or autism. “The… Read more »


100 Rising Artists You Need To Listen To In 2024—Pt. 5

We are officially at the halfway point of our 100 Rising Artists You Need To Listen To In 2024! In case you’ve missed any of our previous installments of the first 40 out of 100 artists you need to be listening to in the New Year, you can check them out here. While we’ll always have our tried and true artists and bands that we revisit time and time again—the emo trinity, anyone?—it’s always so exhilarating and rewarding to discover new music and fall in love with a sound that is entirely new to your ears. Besides, we could all… Read more »


NOAHFINNCE Announces North American Spring 2024 Tour

Alt-pop rocker NOAHFINNCE has announced his Growing Up On The Internet Tour set to kick off in spring 2024. Joining him will be Chase Petra, TX2, and Teenage Joans. The tour is scheduled to hit 23 cities across the U.S. and will offer VIP packages. With influences from hyperpop, metalcore, dance-pop, emo, and more, NOAH also announced last month that his debut album, Growing Up On The Internet, will drop next year on March 8 via Hopeless Records. He says the LP focuses on how having access to constant information impacted his development as a person, “I’m sure a lot… Read more »

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