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The Japanese House Announces Massive North American Tour

The Japanese House is set to embark on their highly-anticipated US headline tour, marking their first in four years. This exciting announcement comes on the heels of their mesmerizing collaboration with The 1975’s Matty Healy on the track “Sunshine Baby.” As fans eagerly await the release of vocalist Amber Bain‘s sophomore record, In The End It Always Does, scheduled to drop on June 30 through Dirty Hit. Read more: This Wild Life Announce New Album ‘Never Fade’ The tour will consist of 29 captivating shows, commencing on November 1 in Philadelphia, PA, and concluding on December 10 in Boston, MA.… Read more »


The Final Night of Sin, London 2012: The Tour That Defined Me

Photo credit: Tom Barnes December 8, 2012: I’ve recently graduated university, I’m working a customer service job while I try to figure out my future, and I’m standing inside London’s Wembley Arena, screaming my lungs out to You Me At Six.  Since then, I’ve talked about this moment a lot: That time I flew to London, a trip built around one of my favorite bands. You Me At Six was celebrating the end of an album cycle with their largest show to date and as soon as the “Final Night of Sin” was announced, I knew I had to be… Read more »


The 1975 Takes Fans Back to their Debut Album in Manchester

If you were at The 1975’s show in Manchester, we’re jealous of you. Beyond the obvious reason, the band performed their debut album. Fans in attendance had no idea it was coming and if we were there, we would have felt all the emotions. This was a more intimate show than we’ve seen from the band while they’ve been on tour in support of their new album, Being Funny in a Foreign Language. Fans got to feel up close and personal, all while listening to the songs that made them fall in love with the band in the first place.… Read more »


News Flashes 08.02.22: Netflix Sues The Unofficial Bridgerton Musical, The 1975 Teases “Happiness”, and Carly Rae Jepsen Announces New Album

Today we talk about Netflix suing The Unofficial Bridgerton Musical, The 1975’s teaser clip, and a new album announcement from Carly Rae Jepsen. Netflix Sues The Unofficial Bridgerton Musical Netflix is wanting to put a stop to the wildly successful Unofficial Bridgerton Musical. The musical, based on the Netflix original series, was created by Abigail Barlow and Emily Bear and found a fan base via TikTok. The musical is so loved that it won a Grammy this past year for Best Musical Theater Album. Netflix showed support for the project when it was simply viral TikToks and a Spotify album.… Read more »


News Flashes 07.26.22: The 1975’s New Single, The Weeknd’s Haunted Houses, and Wakanda Forever’s Soundtrack

Today we talk about The 1975’s new single, The Weekend’s Haunted Houses at Universal Studios, and the mini soundtrack for Black Panther: Wakanda Forever. The 1975’s is Giving Us “Happiness” The 1975 have let us all know that their next single “Happiness” will hit the airwaves on Wednesday, August 3rd. Frontman Matty Healy posted a picture on Instagram of himself in the studio last week with the caption, “Happiness”. This morning he put up a picture of a poster of the band that reads, “The 1975. Happiness. August 3rd.” The same black and white poster can be seen in real… Read more »


News Flashes 06.01.22: PINKSHIFT Joins Hopeless Records, Panic! At The Disco’s New Album, and The 1975’s Announcement

Today we talk about PINKSHIFT joining Hopeless Records, Panic! At the Disco’s Viva Las Vengeance, and The 1975 letting us in on their little secret. PINKSHIFT Joins Hopeless Records It’s a big day for the band PINKSHIFT! Not only was it announced that they have officially signed to Hopeless Records, but they dropped a brand new single and are headed out on a tour that will start in the UK tomorrow. Their single “nothing (in my head)” needs to be listened to immediately. When talking about their new song they said, “nothing (in my head) is a cry for help.… Read more »

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