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Fireworks release new song

Fireworks are streaming their new song “Glowing Crosses” over at Pitchfork. The song stems off the bands upcoming album Oh, Common Life due out March 25th on Triple Crown Records. The band will join The Wonder Years on their U.S. headlining tour, dates for which can be seen here. Check out the song below!


The Wonder Years & Fireworks announce US Tour

The Wonder Years & Fireworks announce US tour with Such Gold, Make Do Mend & Living with Lions. Pennsylvania’s The Wonder Years released their latest album, The Upsides, in January 2010. The album landed the band on the Billboard charts and earned them a spot with Hopeless Records.


Beyonce visits 2 hurt by fireworks

Two people injured when pyrotechnics went awry at Beyonce Knowles’ concert in St. Louis received a surprise emergency room visit from the singer. The accident happened Sunday night, just as the R&B star’s concert began. A spokeswoman for Scottrade Center didn’t return phone calls seeking comment, but broadcast reports said pyrotechnics meant for the stage accidentally spilled into the front row. Two concertgoers were taken to Barnes-Jewish Hospital. Spokeswoman Kathy Holleman wouldn’t release their names but said the injuries were minor. Both were expected to make a full recovery. Soon after the concert, Knowles arrived at the hospital, said head… Read more »


10 Times Rock Ruled At The Eurovision Song Contest 

It’s the most wonderful time of year once more. Eurovision is back, and it continues to get bigger and more prominent worldwide. Though it is known as the institution that turned ABBA into superstars and showcases the wildest and weirdest creations that Europe has to offer, there is still room for some rock ‘n’ roll in the ranks.  Over the years, pop has been the predominant genre in which countries project their entries. Though guitars have been making their way slowly but surely, they sometimes take the whole competition by storm. From masked monsters and nu-metal stalwarts to glam-rock superstars,… Read more »

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