Listen: Charlie Puth teams up with Kehlani on ‘Done for Me’

With a handful of months left until the release of his much-anticipated sophomore album, Charlie Puth has unleashed another song from the upcoming record. On Thursday (March 15), the New Jersey-born singer-songwriter debuted his new single “Done For Me” featuring fellow label mate and current R&B singer, Kehlani. Listen to the new tune above.

“Done For Me” will join previously release singles “Attention” and “How Long” on Puth’s upcoming new album Voicenotes. The new record will also include a new song featuring Puth and legendary R&B vocal group, Boyz II Men (“If You Leave Me Now”).

Voicenotes is set to be released on May 11 through Atlantic Records. Pre-orders for the album are currently available on Puth’s website hereVoicenotes is the highly anticipated follow-up to 2016’s Nine Track Mind.

Puth was recently confirmed as one of the many musicians taking part in the national March For Our Lives protest on March 24. Puth will perform at the Los Angeles rally of the world-wide march. To find a march near you, head on over the March for Our Lives website here. At the time of this story being written, over 750 marches around the world have been confirmed.

In support of the upcoming release, Puth recently announced a massive summertime tour. The Voicenotes tour will kick off on July 11 at the Budweiser Stage in Toronto, Ontario and conclude a month and a half later on Sept. 1 at the Coral Sky Amphitheater in West Palm Beach, Florida. During the excursion Puth will perform at several iconic venues including New York City’s Radio City Music Hall and Los Angeles’ Greek Theatre.

The complete list of upcoming summer tour dates can be found here.


Listen: Sade releases ‘A Wrinkle in Time’ contribution

Solider of love Sade is back! Last month, it was confirmed that the songstress would be one of the many artists to be featured on the upcoming A Wrinkle in Time soundtrack, concluding her eight-year hiatus from the music world. On Wednesday (March 7), Sade’s new song, “Flower of the Universe” was officially unveiled to an eagerly awaiting public.

According to the film’s director, Ava DuVernay, Sade’s song had such an impact on DuVernay that she ended up using some of the lyrics from the song in the actual film.

“My creative partnership with Sade on ‘Flower of the Universe’ was so connected that I reverse engineered the usual process and used her lyrics as actual dialogue within the film,” the director said in a press statement. Listen to “Flower of the Universe” above.

In addition to Sade, the A Wrinkle in Time soundtrack will feature music from Demi Lovato, Sia, Chloe x Halle, and Kehlani. Both the soundtrack and the film are set to be released this Friday, March 9.

A Wrinkle in Time is based on the 1962 novel by Madeleine L’Engle. The story follows 13-year-old Meg on a quest to find her missing father that leads her on an otherworldly voyage across dimensions.

As for Sade, the songstress’ last studio album was 2010’s Soldier of Love. After releasing the record, she went on hiatus. This isn’t the first time the musician has gone on hiatus following the release of a new album. After the release of 2000’s Lovers Rock, she did the same and went on a musical hiatus.

5 Seconds of Summer drop new single, announce spring tour

Over the past week, the guys from 5 Seconds of Summer have been teasing fans with the promise of a brand new song. Keeping their word, the band released their first new song in almost two years. On Friday (Feb. 23), the Australian band released their brand new tune “Want You Back.” The new track, which clocks in at barely three minutes, introduces the band’s longtime fans to the group’s new sound. Gone are the days of their bratty, teenage, pop hooks (“She Looks So Perfect”) only to be replaced by a more mature sounding band.

Listen to “Want You Back” above.

“Want You Back” will be featured on the band’s upcoming new record. Though they have yet to formally announce the release date or title for the impending album, the band has been referring to the new record as 5SOS3 on social media. It’s only a matter of time before the band confirms the information that fans have been patiently waiting for.

In support of the new music, 5 Seconds of Summer have also announced a spring tour. The upcoming trek will find the four-piece traveling across the world during the months of March, April, May, and June. The upcoming excursion will kick off on March 20 at the Debaser Strand in Stockholm, Sweden and wrap up almost three months later on June 6 at the Cine Joia in Sao Paolo, Brazil. During the month of April, the guys will stop in North America for a short run beginning on April 8 in Boston and concluding on April 27 in San Francisco.

Tickets for all the shows will go on sale beginning next Friday, March 2.

5 Seconds of Summer’s last studio record was 2015’s Sounds Good Feels Good. The record went on to debut at the number one spot on the Billboard 200 chart. In 2016, the band provided an original song titled “Girls Talk Boys” for the Ghostbusters soundtrack.

5 Seconds of Summer’s complete spring/summer tour itinerary can be seen below.


March 20 – Stockholm, SE – Debaser Strand
March 23 – Antwerp, BE – Trix
March 24 – Cologne, DE – Gloria
March 26 – Amsterdam, NL – Melkweg
March 29 – Milan, IT – Fabrique
April 4 – Paris, FR – Yoyo
April 5 – London, UK – Heaven
April 8 – Boston, MA – Paradise Rock Club
April 9 – Philadelphia, PA – Theatre of Living Arts
April 10 – Silver Spring, MD – The Fillmore Silver Spring
April 12 – New York, NY – Irving Plaza
April 13 – Toronto, ON – The Danforth Music Hall
April 15 – Minneapolis, MN – Varsity Theater
April 16 – Chicago, IL – House of Blues Chicago
April 18 – Nashville, TN – Cannery Ballroom
April 19 – Dallas, TX – House of Blues Dallas
April 21 – Houston, TX – House of Blues Houston
April 23 – Phoenix, AZ – The Van Buren
April 25 – Los Angeles, CA – The Belasco Theater
April 26 – San Diego, CA – House of Blues San Diego
April 27 – San Francisco, CA – The Fillmore
May 2 – Singapore, Singapore – Capitol Theatre
May 24 – Sydney, Australia – Metro
May 29 – Melbourne, Australia – 170 Russell
June 4 – Mexico City, Mexico – Lunario Del Auditorio Nacional
June 6 – Sao Paolo, Brazil – Cine Joia


A Perfect Circle confirm ‘Eat the Elephant’ release with new song

Months after surprising fans with their first song in over a decade, A Perfect Circle have confirmed the release of their long-awaited fourth studio album. On Monday (Feb. 5), the California-founded band formally announced the title of their new album on social media. The album, the band’s first in 14 years, will be titled Eat the Elephant and is set to be released on April 20 through the band’s new home of BMG.

“Although I’m extremely excited to finally be completing this album after a 14-year hiatus, I’m actually more excited that its intentional release date is serving a greater purpose,” singer Maynard James Keenan said in a press release.

“The 20th of April is Carina Round’s birthday. She is a dear friend who is extremely difficult to shop for. Pressure off. Of course, I must also note that the potheads are gonna be thrilled that this album comes out on 4-20. May it serve as a glorious soundtrack to accompany all of the giggling and vexing sounds of nibbling and snacking. Fingers crossed, Cheech & Chong will be proud.”

In addition to unveiling the title and release date for the highly anticipated new record, the band also unleashed another new song from it. Listen to Eat the Elephant‘s third single, “TalkTalk” above.

“TalkTalk” will join previous singles “The Doomed” and “Disillusioned” on Eat the Elephant. Back in October of 2017, A Perfect Circle surprised fans with the release of “The Doomed” while “Disillusioned” was unleashed at the beginning of January just in time to usher in the new year.

Pre-orders for Eat the Elephant are currently available on the band’s website. All pre-orders will receive instant downloads of all three singles.

In support of Eat the Elephant‘s release, A Perfect Circle previously announced a massive tour that will find them traveling all over the world during the spring and summer months. A Perfect Circle’s lengthy tour schedule will kick off on April 14 at the Veterans Memorial Stadium in Tuscon, Arizona and wrap up on July 1 with ab appearance at Rock the Castle in Verona, Italy.

The lengthy excursion will not only feature several headlining shows of their own, but also a handful of music festivals including Coachella, Germany’s Rock Am Ring / Rock Im Park, the Download Festival in Madrid and the inaugural Los Rageous Music Festival in Las Vegas. A Perfect Circle’s tour itinerary for the spring and summertime can be seen here while the complete track listing for Eat the Elephant can be seen below.


1. “Eat the Elephant”
2. “Disillusioned”
3. “The Contrarian”
4. “The Doomed”
5. “So Long, and Thanks for All the Fish”
6. “TalkTalk”
7. “By and Down the River”
8. “Delicious”
9. “DLB”
10. “Hourglass”
11. “Feathers”
12. “Get the Lead Out”


Thirty Seconds to Mars unleash new song

When Thirty Seconds to Mars confirmed that they would release new music soon, fans should have expected that it would take some time. On Thursday (Jan. 25), the California-founded band finally unleashed another new song from their much-anticipated, and still untitled, fifth studio album. Taking to social media earlier this week, the trio warned the Echelon (their fan club) that they would finally unleash a new track before the week concluded.

As promised, the band unveiled their new single, “Dangerous Night.” Heading over to Zane Lowe’s Beats 1 program, frontman Jared Leto premiered the new song while also revealing in the interview that the song was record a mere four days before. Also noted by the band, the song was written by both Jared and Shannon Leto and was recorded at the International Centre for the Advancement of the Arts and Sciences of Sound in Los Angeles.

Listen to “Dangerous Night” above.

“Dangerous Night” will join “Walk on Water” on Thirty Seconds to Mars’ new record. While the band has not confirmed the name of the new record, posts on social media are claiming that the album will be titled America. If the record does in fact end up being titled America, it would not come as much of a surprise to fans.

Last year, Thirty Seconds to Mars made it their mission to collect as many photographs and videos to capture a day in the life of an American on the Fourth of July. Eventually, a lot of those submitted videos and photographs were featured in the group’s music video for “Walk on Water.”  As per the band, the rest of the videos and photographs will be featured in the group’s upcoming documentary, “A Day in the Life of America.”

The new record will be the follow-up to the group’s 2013 release, Love, Lust, Faith and Dreams.


A Perfect Circle welcomes the new year with new song

This past weekend, A Perfect Circle frontman Maynard James Keenan teased fans on social media by telling them to have their “headphones ready Tuesday morning” because there could be a possibility of a “New Year’s treat.” On Tuesday (Jan. 2), as promised, the California-founded supergroup unleashed a brand new song titled “Disillusioned.” Listen to the new, almost-six-minute song above.

“Disillusioned” will join previously released single “The Doomed” on A Perfect Circle’s much-anticipated fourth album. Back in October of 2017, the five-piece officially unveiled “The Doomed”; their first new song in almost four years. Shortly after unveiling the audio for the new song, the band returned with its black-and-white video.

The upcoming new album, which has yet to formally get a release date or a title, will be the group’s first new record in 14 years. Even though the record has yet to be given an official release date, speculations have begun that the album will see a tentative release time frame of the second quarter of 2018. A Perfect Circle’s last studio album was 2004’s eMOTIVe.

In support of the still-not-titled new album, the group will hit the road beginning this spring. The upcoming tour engagements will kick off with the band’s appearance at the inaugural Los Rageous Music Festival in Las Vegas. A Perfect Circle’s complete tour itinerary, which includes a slew of music festival appearances, can be found below.


April 14 – Tuscon, AZ – Veterans Memorial Stadium
April 15 – Indio, CA – Coachella Music Festival
April 17 – Santa Barbara, CA – Arlington Theatre
April 18 – San Jose, CA – San Jose State University Events Center
April 20 – Las Vegas, NV – Las Rageous Music Festival
April 22 – Indio, CA – Coachella Music Festival
May 12 – Somerset, WI – Northern Invasion
May 15 – Omaha, NE – Baxter Arena
May 16 – Columbia, MO – Mizzou Arena
May 18 – Columbus, OH – Rock on the Range
May 22 – Birmingham, AL – Legacy Arena at the BJCC
May 25 – Pryor, OK – Rocklahoma
May 26 – Dallas, TX – BFD at Starplex Pavilion
June 01 – Nürburgring, DE – Rock Am Ring
June 02 – Nuremberg, DE – Rock Im Park
June 05 – Stockholm, SE – Fryshuset
June 06 – Oslo, NO – Spektrum
June 08 – Aarhus, DK – Northridge Festival
June 09 – Helsinki, FL – Sideways Festival
June 12 – Manchester, UK – O2 Apollo Manchester
June 13 – London, UK – O2 Academy Brixton
June 14 – London, UK – O2 Academy Brixton
June 17 – Berlin, DE – Zitadelle
June 20 – Zurich, CH – Halle 622
June 23 – Esch-Sur-Aizette, LU – Rockhal
June 24 – Dessel, BE – Graspop
June 26 – Paris, FR – Olympia
June 28 – Madrid, ES – Download Festival Madrid
June 29 – Barcelona, ES – Be Prog! My Friend Festival
July 01 – Verona, IT – Rock the Castle


Panic! at the Disco celebrate the holidays with new song

With a handful of days left before Christmas officially arrives, Panic! at the Disco is giving their loyal fan base an early gift. On Wednesday (Dec. 20), the Las Vegas-founded band unleashed a brand new, standalone Christmas jam named “Feels Like Christmas.” The barely three-minute-long song takes cues from a lot of Christmas tunes which at this point in the holiday season we either completely love or hate it to the point that our radio may be finding its way out the window. Listen to “Feels Like Christmas” above.

In a post on Instagram, the frontman Brendon Urie wrote a letter to fans, thanking them for all the support and love they have continuously showed the group throughout 2017.

“Thank you all for making this year my favorite so far,” begins the singer’s Instagram post. “Through the hard times and the beautiful moments, I’m glad we’re always there to lift each other up. I’m so excited for the new year and what’s to come. So to end this year right, here’s a little holiday jam I wrote for you. Hope you enjoy it as much as I did making it.”

“Feels Like Christmas” is a standalone, holiday single/gift to fans and will not be featured on any upcoming Panic! at the Disco album. A free download of the new tune can be found on Fueled By Ramen’s website here.

Last week, Panic! at the Disco released All My Friends We’re Glorious; their second live album (their first was 2008’s …Live in Chicago). The 21-track album was recorded during the band’s “Death of a Bachelor” tour which found the group touring North American from February of 2017 to April of 2017.


Dashboard Confessional announces new album, sign with Fueled By Ramen

For Dashboard Confessional fans, it probably feels like they have been waiting for a new album for centuries. For over two years, frontman Chris Carrabba has repeatedly reassured fans that the group would be releasing new music soon. On Wednesday (Nov. 15), fans finally got what they have been waiting for when the band officially announced their seventh studio album. Taking to social media, the Carrabba-led act confirmed that their new album will be titled Crooked Shadows and that it will see a release date of Feb. 9, 2018 through their new home of Fueled By Ramen.

In addition to announcing the title of the new album, its release date, and the group’s new record label, Dashboard Confessional has also unleashed the record’s powerful lead single, “We Fight.” Listen to the new song above.

Pre-orders for Crooked Shadows can be found on Dashboard Confessional’s website here. Crooked Shadows will be the follow-up to 2009’s Alter the Ending even though the band released a standalone single titled “May” in the spring of 2016.

Earlier this week, the group tipped fans off that something big was coming when they cleared everything from their Instagram profile. All the images they previously had were replaced with an image that had the date “11.15.17” printed against a gray background. The group’s new music confirmation comes almost three years after Carrabba hinted that the band was in the process of creating a new record.

“It really feels like we’re eager to write, which means there’s probably a new record coming out,” Carrabba told Entertainment Weekly back in the summer of 2015. “Who am I kidding? There’s a new record coming.”

Well, after almost three years, fans finally got that record Carrabba had hinted at. Not only that, but according to Carrabba the new music, especially “We Fight” started out one way and evolved as time passed.

“It’s a weird thing when you write a song; you think you know what it’s about, but you don’t until some months later sometimes. So, I thought for sure it was just about how I found a place in the world, which was worth fighting for, which was the music scene that I come from,” Carrabba explained to Beat’s 1 DJ, Zane Lowe.

“I wasn’t cool in school. I didn’t fit in. I found this music scene and it fostered this community and it fostered the people in it. You could be black or white, you could be straight or gay, you could be a man or a woman. Everybody was equal and we were equally protected but we were equally encouraged to do something that challenged the status quo.”

For now, the complete track listing for Crooked Shadows can be seen below.


1. “We Fight”
2. “Catch You”
3. “About Us”
4. “Heart Beat Here”
5. “Belong”
6. “Crooked Shadows”
7. “Open My Eyes”
8. “Be Alright”
9. “Just What to Say”


Listen to Walk the Moon’s mellow new tune ‘Kamikaze’

With a couple of days left before the release of their new studio album, Walk the Moon has released yet another new song from it. On Monday (Nov. 6), the Ohio-founded band unleashed another new song from their upcoming third studio album, What If Nothing. The new song is titled “Kamikaze” and can be streamed above.

“Kamikaze” will join previously released songs “Surrender,” “Headphone,” and lead single “One Foot” on Walk the Moon’s upcoming release What If Nothing. What If Nothing is set to be released this Friday, Nov. 10 through RCA Records.  Pre-orders for the new album are still available on the band’s website here. Those who pre-order the new album ahead of its release will receive instant downloads of all four previously released songs.

What If Nothing is the follow-up to the group’s breakthrough sophomore album, 2014’s Talking is Hard.


In support of What If Nothing‘s release, Walk the Moon announced a massive tour that will begin at the end of 2017 and got into early 2018. The “Press Restart” tour will kick off on Nov. 19 at the Fillmore in Charlotte, North Carolina and wrap up over fourth months later on Feb. 24 at the Palace Theatre in Minneapolis, Minnesota. The complete itinerary for the “Press Restart’ tour can be seen below.



Nov. 19 – Charlotte, NC – The Fillmore
Nov. 20 – Raleigh, NC – The Ritz
Nov. 21 – Richmond, VA – The National
Dec. 6 – Tulsa, OK – The Brady Theater


Jan. 12 – Washington, DC – Anthem
Jan. 13 – New York, NY – Hammerstein Ballroom
Jan. 14 – Boston, MA – House of Blues
Jan. 16 – Toronto, ON – Danforth Music Hall
Jan. 17 – Albany, NY – Upstate Concert Hall
Jan. 20 – Uncasville, CT – Mohegan Sun Casino
Jan. 21 – Philadelphia, PA – The Fillmore
Jan. 23 – Pittsburgh, PA – Stage AE
Jan. 24 – Detroit, MI – The Fillmore
Jan. 26 – Chicago, IL – Aragon Ballroom
Jan. 27 – Indianapolis, IN – Egyptian at Old National Centre
Jan. 28 – Nashville, TN – The Ryman
Jan. 30 – Atlanta, GA – Roxy Theatre
Feb. 1 – Austin, TX – Moody Theater
Feb. 2 – Houston, TX – House of Blues
Feb. 3 – Dallas, TX – House of Blues
Feb. 7 – Phoenix, AZ – The Van Buren
Feb. 8 – San Diego, CA – House of Blues
Feb. 9 – Los Angeles, CA – The Palladium
Feb. 10 – Oakland, CA – Fox Theater
Feb. 12 – Portland, OR – Crystal Ballroom
Feb. 13 – Portland, OR – Crystal Ballroom
Feb. 15 – Vancouver, BC – Vogue Theatre
Feb. 16 – Seattle, WA – Neptune Theatre
Feb. 17 – Seattle, WA – Neptune Theatre
Feb. 19 – Salt Lake City, UT – The Complex
Feb. 20 – Denver, CO – Ogden Theatre
Feb. 23 – Madison, WI – Orpheum
Feb. 24 – Minneapolis, MN – Palace Theatre


Listen to Nine Inch Nails’ new tune ‘This Isn’t the Place’

Less than a week after confirming their upcoming new EP, Nine Inch Nails has returned with another new song from the impending release. On Tuesday (July 18), the Trent Reznor-led group unleashed  “THIS ISN’T THE PLACE”; the second song off ADD VIOLENCE. Watch the Alex Lieu-directed clip above.

“THIS ISN’T THE PLACE” will join lead single “LESS THAN” on ADD VIOLENCE which is set to be released later this week. ADD VIOLENCE is set to be released digitally on July 21 while the CD and vinyl versions of the upcoming record will be released on Sept. 1. Pre-orders for the album can be found on Nine Inch Nails’ website.

ADD VIOLENCE is the second installment of Nine Inch Nails’ upcoming EP trilogy. Last year’s Not the Actual Events was the first installment of the trilogy while the name and/or projected release date for the final album has yet to be mentioned. In support of the upcoming EP, the group has a handful of festival appearances scheduled for later this year. Those dates can be found here.