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Cassadee Pope & Daisha McBride Share Haunting “I Died” Music Video


Following the release of “I Died” on June 5, Cassadee Pope and Daisha McBride officially dropped their spooky music video for the song. Set to appear on Pope‘s forthcoming LP Hereditary, available July 12, the song is a dark rock track about scorched-earth breakups. Pope says, “I knew nobody would be able to execute my idea for this video better than my friend Ed Pryor. We wanted the aesthetic to really lean into the lyric about feeling like someone has made you feel like a ghost by cutting you off.” She continues, “We flipped the lyric on its head and… Read more »

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Boys Like Girls Team Up with Said The Sky for “Hold My Breath”


Since ending their hiatus last year, Boys Like Girls have successfully kept us all on the edge of our seats with their latest album, tour news, and now their unexpected team-up with EDM artist Said The Sky.  While Boys Like Girls have once again honed in on their sugary alt-pop sound on their October 2023 released full-length album SUNDAY AT FOXWOODS, their latest collaboration sees vocalist Martin Johnson blending his unique prowess with a striking falsetto and propelling the track forward. With the echoes of his voice lingering in the air, the track is a kaleidoscope of Boys Like Girls’… Read more »

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Cassadee Pope & Daisha McBride Drop Genre-Bending Collab, “I Died”


Cassadee Pope is giving us another glimpse into what to expect on her forthcoming record Hereditary, which arrives on July 12. Today, the “Three Of Us” singer shared a dazzling collab with “The Rap Girl” Daisha McBride, “I Died.” In fact, the unique genre collab came from Pope shooting her shot on social media. “I remember DMing Daisha on a whim last year, letting her know I was a fan and would love to write sometime,” she says on Instagram. “Not only did we get a great song together but we both got a new friend in the end.” Read… Read more »

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Friday Pilots Club Announces Massive North American Tour


Following the release of their debut full-length record Nowhere, which arrived on May 9, Chicago’s Friday Pilots Club announced a massive tour spanning North America. The tour begins on September 13 at Vancouver’s Fox Cabaret and concludes in their home city at Metro on October 25. “We’d kind of been working with the title of Nowhere for the record and I’ve been trying to figure out why it felt right to me,” bassist Drew Polivick says of the LP’s name. “Sometimes you end up at this place that’s not exactly what you thought it was gonna be. We all had… Read more »

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Boys Like Girls Announces U.S. Summer Tour With Grayscale


Boys Like Girls just announced a new run of shows, the Lost In Wonderland Small Town USA Summer ’24 tour. The “Blood And Sugar” artists are bringing along special guests Grayscale as support. The tour commences on July 16 at Richmond, Virginia’s The National and concludes on July 28 at Orange Peel in Asheville, North Carolina. Artist presale for the shows begins on Tuesday, April 16. All general tickets will go on sale beginning on Friday, April 19 at 10 AM ET. Secure your tickets here and check out the full tour route below. Beyond their summer tour with Grayscale,… Read more »

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Jakobs Castle Releases New Track “2 Hours Ago”


Jakobs Castle has dropped his single “2 Hours Ago” along with a music video that combines vintage and modernity to deliver a cyber-surf vibe. The track is off of his upcoming debut album, Enter: The Castle, out on April 12 via Epitaph Records.  “I stopped giving a fuck 2 hours ago/Now I feel better,” kicks off the chorus, but it isn’t being said in an aggressive tone. The delivery vocalist Jakob Nowell emits equates to shrugging off negativity and rolling around the boardwalk on your penny board. “Everybody needs to stop giving a fuck, sometimes,” the alt-indie artist says. Mixing… Read more »

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Do You Remember When blink-182 Made Their Saturday Night Live Debut?


It’s a historic day for emos. After all, January 8 marks the anniversary of twenty one pilots‘ Vessel arrived in 2013 with hits such as “Car Radio” and “House Of Gold,” and it’s also the day that Olivia Rodrigo released “drivers license,” the debut single from her pop, alt-rock record Sour. Of course, January 8 is also the day that blink-182 made their Saturday Night Live debut back in 2000. The unstoppable Mark Hoppus, Travis Barker, and Tom DeLonge appeared as the musical guests alongside host Jamie Foxx for the show’s 25th season. Iconic cast members of the season included… Read more »

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Mom Jeans Re-Work Popular Songs On Surprise Album “Bear Market”


 Indie-rock group, Mom Jeans has surprised us all today by dropping a new album, Bear Market. Technically the songs aren’t new, but the sound and execution is entirely fresh. Bear Market consists of sixteen popular Mom Jeans tracks completely re-imagined and re-worked into beautiful, new versions. The band has even given each track a different name, while still paying tribute to the original title. For example, “Edward 40Hands” is now just “40 hands“, “Death Cup” is now “death by cup“, and “What’s Up?” is now “wassup 😉.” We love the clever approach – recognizable but easily differentiated. “We had all… Read more »

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Teddy Swims Makes Surprise Appearance At When We Were Young


When We Were Young Fest is in full-throttle mode, and it has been nothing short of spectacular, exceeding all expectations from the very beginning. In a jaw-dropping moment that took fans by complete surprise, Teddy Swims, who recently launched his debut full-length album, I’ve Tried Everything But Therapy (Part 1), took the stage with All Time Low for a stunning collaborative performance of their single, “New Religion.” This unexpected fusion of talent comes after Swims collaborated with the pop-punkers as a guest vocalist on the track that appeared on ATL’s latest album, Tell Me I’m Alive. This surprise performance also… Read more »

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Boys Like Girls Tap 3OH!3, The Ready Set, More For Track Remix


Boys Like Girls just released the collaboration of collaborations with the reimagining of “THE OUTSIDE (OUTSIDER’S VERSION)” with help from 3OH!3, The Ready Set, The Summer Set, and State Champs.  Currently, on a headlining tour with support from these featured alternative artists, this mega-scene kid crossover is just what the doctor ordered. Martin Johnson, Derek DiScanio, Brian Logan Dales, Jordan Witzigreuter, Sean Foreman, and Nathaniel Motte unite their voices in perfect modern rock harmony. Check out the tour-centric music video for the track below.  Johnson noted that he wanted the current Boys Like Girls tour to feel like a mini-festival… Read more »

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