If youâ€™re looking for a Christmas song to croon to an absent paramour this holiday season, look no further than â€œChristmas (Baby Please Come Home)â€.
Anberlin have released Never Take Friendship Personal: Live in NYC, which was recorded at the Gramercy Theatre in New York City on their final tour as a band.
Itâ€™s easy around this time of year to bury yourself in comfort food and sad songs, but you can only do that for so long before you need a change of pace. Once youâ€™ve gotten your fill of indulging your winter blues (which we talked about in last weekâ€™s Tuesday Ten), itâ€™s time to move on to curing themâ€”and weâ€™ve got the perfect playlist for that, too.
In this week’s Tuesday Ten, we’re exploring the connections between some of our favorite bands named after lyrics and the songs they’re titled for.
It’s easy to close a song by repeating the chorus or slowly fading the music out, but every once in a while a song comes along whose ending takes you somewhere completely unexpected.
People were taking pictures at shows for years before someone at Oxford decided itâ€™d be a good idea to add the word â€œselfieâ€ to the dictionary, but the advent of the smartphone has made it more popular than ever. Even our writers have a few show selfies tucked away on their hard drives, and weâ€™re sharing some of our favorites with you in this weekâ€™s Tuesday Ten.
The release of Anberlin’s seventh and final album lowborn has been postponed from its original street date of June 23rd to July 22nd.