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The Early November On Why Their Self-Titled Album Became So Special

With seven full-length albums to their name and their music solidly, and rightfully, etched into the annals of rock history alongside emo/scene peers such as My Chemical Romance, Fall Out Boy, and Dashboard Confessional, The Early November has returned with their most personal collection of songs yet. To mark the occasion, they’ve released a 10-track magnum opus as a self-titled album, more than 20 years into their career. In an in-depth interview with idobi Radio, founding members Ace Enders (vocalist/guitarist) and Jeff Kummer (drummer/percussionist) discuss why now was the right time to release a self-titled album, what’s next for The… Read more »


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 »


Alexisonfire Shares Live Single, Announces ‘LIVE Born & Raised 2022, St Catherines ON’ LP

Today, Alexisonfire announced a new live album, LIVE Born & Raised 2022, St Catherines ON, which is scheduled to debut later this month on June 27. Ahead of the LP, they’ve shared the single, “Little Girls Pointing And Laughing,” a live version of the first song they wrote as a band over 20 years ago. The album will feature 17 tracks, recorded live in the band’s hometown of St. Catherines during their inaugural Born & Raised Festival. The LIVE Born & Raised 2022, St.Catherines ON  LP is Alexisonfire’s way to pay homage to the community they practically owe their careers… Read more »


Pale Waves Release “Perfume” Music Video & Announce ‘Smitten’ LP

Pale Waves is entering a new era with the release of “Perfume” and with the announcement of their fourth album, Smitten. The 12-track LP is set to arrive on September 20 via Dirty Hit. “Perfume” sees queer joy at the forefront of its lyrics. “When I saw you I knew it was over/I just laid down and surrendered/Oh, laying in the fields with you/Please tell me that we can make this last forever,” vocalist Heather Baron-Gracie sings over euphoric alt-pop chords. “‘Perfume’ is the perfect introduction into the new world we’ve created,” Baron-Gracie says of the track. “It’s queer, feminine,… Read more »


Listen To John 5 Strum His Life On New Song “A Hollywood Story”

The living legend John 5 has released his newest song, “A Hollywood Story,” with an accompanying music video cataloging his life and career. From his first notes at the age of 7 to touring with renowned musicians and bands, John 5 captures every moment of his musical journey on this track. It’s the kind of story only he could tell, and not a single word is uttered! Opening with a few dreamy, reflective chords you can feel the tenderness in how John feathers his strings. A few measures later the emotion pours out onto the frets as he lets out… Read more »


Soccer Mommy Shares Swoonworthy New Single “Lost”

Indie-pop sensation Soccer Mommy is at it again with a brand new single, “Lost,” an inexplicably nostalgic tune that hooks you with its acoustic simplicity, elevated by splashes of violin. Let Sophie Allison put you in your feels as she spills her soulful lyrics all over the dreamy, analog track. It’s everything you’d from Soccer Mommy and more. “Lost” is the first song Soccer Mommy has released since 2022 Album Sometimes Forever caught the attention of virtually everyone in the indie scene. The album’s success transformed Sophie Allison from an NYU student displaying her talents at small-time, local gigs to… Read more »


Bring Me The Horizon Drops Thrilling “Top 10 staTues tHat CriEd bloOd” Music Video

Following the surprise release of their new LP POST HUMAN: NeX GEn, Bring Me The Horizon dropped a brand-new music video for “Top 10 staTues tHat CriEd bloOd.” Speaking on the visuals, Oli Sykes says, “The video continues the exploration of what it means to be human in an age where technology can alter our very nature and gives keen-eyed fans more lore to dive into and discuss on their quest for uncovering the full post-human lore.” Check out the full video below. Frontman Sykes shares that the new album took “ages to write.” He continues, “It’s a real concept album, with… Read more »


NOAHFINNCE Drops Satire-Filled “LOVELY LADIES” Music Video

After wrapping up his spring tour throughout North America, NOAHFINNCE is back with a new music video for “LOVELY LADIES.” The track comes from his most recent record GROWING UP ON THE INTERNET, out now via Hopeless Records. On Instagram, NOAHFINNCE described the messages conveyed in the visuals. He says, “I’ve been looking forward to this music video since I wrote the song. For those who have no idea what’s going on, I wrote a song called ‘Lovely Ladies’ from the perspective of the ‘big scary transgender monster transgendering the world’s children’ that I’ve been called ever since I came… Read more »


The Used Vocalist robbietheused Drops Debut Solo Single, “Just A Little Bit”

Following the release of The Used’s most recent B-side track, “MEDZ,” vocalist robbietheused has launched his solo career with his debut single, “Just A Little Bit.” After turning 40 in February 2022, robbietheused (aka Bert McCracken) decided to venture out of his alternative roots and do something for himself. “I wanted a nice 40th birthday present for myself,” he shares in a press release. “So I decided to make a pop record.” He continues, “I’ve always tried to push for the poppy stuff for The Used records. And the band really likes to keep it heavy. So this is my… Read more »


Winona Fighter Drops ‘Anchorman’-Inspired “Subaru” Music Video

Winona Fighter is back with a brand-new video for their upbeat punk-rock song, “Subaru” via Rise Records. The video harkens back to modern comedy classics including Anchorman and Wayne’s World. Vocalist Coco Kinnon says, “Dan [Fuson], Austin [Luther], and I are never not having a little laugh so it was really awesome to let our natural selves shine on set. We took inspiration from our favorite comedy shows and movies growing up. From Anchorman (a movie that came out when we were kids) to I Think You Should Leave (a show that has us in a choke hold as adults)… Read more »

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