Silverstein have released a new video for “Whiplash.”
The Decemberists will release their new album, I’ll Be Your Girl, on March 16th. Today they’ve debuted the new song “Severed” on Spotify and Apple Music.
The full Justin Timberlake and Zane Lowe interview will air tomorrow, but two clips have been released early. In one Justin talks about the Super Bowl “incident” and in the other he talks about working with Pharrell.
Mount Eerie will release Now Only on March 16th. Today they’ve debuted the new song “Distortion,” which you can stream below. Pre-orders are now up.
Boysetsfire singer Nathan Gray will be releasing his solo album, Feral Hymns, this Friday via End Hits Records. Today he’s releases a video for “As The Waves Crash Down.”
The Distillers have announced some new tour dates.
My Chemical Romance have posted up their The Black Parade Is Dead! film on YouTube.
Justin Timberlake debuted his new album at a listening event last night. It looks like all in attendance had to sign an NDA not to talk about the music quite yet.
Pete Wentz will be debuting some new Fall Out Boy songs live on Beats 1 tomorrow night. In related news, it looks like a bunch of people have started getting their pre-orders.
Julien Baker breaks down “Appointments” on the latest episode of the Song Exploder podcast.
Waterparks’ new song “Not Warriors” is now streaming on Spotify and Apple Music.
Dashboard Confessional performed “We Fight” on Conan last night.
Pennywise and Strung Out have announced some new tour dates.
S. Carey has shared the new song “More I See.”
Luke O’Neil, writing at Noisey:
A lot of our drivers, I think, listen to country or current pop. Nothing that’s really too much behind that first layer. I’ve always needed a little bit more than that. I’ve always enjoyed the search for something different or something a little more substantial. I always thought if I wasn’t racing one of my dream jobs would be as a scout, going town to town and trying to find bands in all these little dive bars. That would be so much fun, discovering music that way as opposed to from your phone.
Hawthorne Heights are selling unique merchandise related to their album Fragile Future. All purchases will come with a free ticket to an upcoming online show.
New Found Glory have announced a new tour. They’ll be bringing Bayside, The Movielife, and William Ryan Key along as openers.
Steve Knopper, writing at GQ:
Every hardcore band you loved in the ’80s and beyond, from Black Flag to Minutemen to Fugazi, had one unfortunate thing in common: Nazi skinheads occasionally stormed their concerts, stomped their fans, gave Hitler salutes in lieu of applauding, and generally turned a communal experience into one full of hatred and conflict. […]
Here’s an oral history on how punks took back their scene.
This is great.
Alvvays has announced new tour dates.