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Holy Pinto are gearing up to release a very special double A-side single, King/Very Adult, and in preparation I spoke with guitarist/vocalist Aymen Saleh about the band’s creative process and plans for the future.
Music Forum: Best of 2017 — so far.
The trailer for the final season of Halt and Catch Fire has been released. The show returns this August.
Kendrick Lamar has released a video for “Element.”
The Devil Wears Prada have announced some new tour dates.
It looks like My American Heart will be doing a 10-year anniversary tour for Hiding Inside The Horrible Weather.
Looks like the Transplants are teasing something for October.
Brendon Urie of Panic! at the Disco talked with Entertainment Weekly:
When we have the two-a-days, I don’t leave. I stay there and work on music and tour ideas. I’ll watch a movie and write lyrics or whatever. It’s definitely bizarre. There’s no way I can’t let some of the Broadway production seep into it. That’s something that’s Panic! always done, we’ve always wanted to create that production show, just mimicking Cirque du Soleil and Broadway shows, so I think that’s going to continue and only get better now that I’ve had some hands-on experience with it. I can’t wait for a live show and an album. I think it’s just going to be a lot of fun.
Less Art’s new song “Wandering Ghost” can be streamed below.
Haim will be releasing a documentary about the making of their upcoming album, Something to Tell You, on July 14th. It’ll debut on Apple Music and a trailer can be found below.
Tonight Alive have shared a video studio update on Twitter.
A new audio interview with Andy Hull of Manchester Orchestra can be found over at The Sound Alternative.
Teenage Bottlerocket have released a video for their cover of “Why the Big Pause.”
Pinegrove have announced some new tour dates.
Creeper have released a video for “Misery.”
Lit and Hawthorne Heights have joined the Warped Rewind at Sea lineup.
Pierce the Veil have posted up pre-orders for 10-year anniversary edition of A Flair for the Dramatic on vinyl.
Thrice have shared a photo on Facebook of the band writing new music while on the road.