This week sees new releases from AFI, John Mayer, Foxygen, and As It Is. That AFI album continues to grow on me even if I find some of the lyrics (barking in the wrong key?) strange. If you hit read more you can see all the releases we have in our calendar for the week. Hit the quote bubble to access our forums and talk about what came out today, what albums you picked up, and to make mention of anything we may have missed.
Dashboard Confessional have released the new covers EP, Covered + Taped, on Spotify. They cover The 1975, Julien Baker, Justin Bieber, and Sorority Noise.
Travis Barker was on “The Kevin & Bean Show” to talk about his Musink festival. He mentioned that Blink-182 have 13 songs recorded for the new deluxe version of California, and that they want to release the deluxe version now while the album is still doing well and not hold the songs until the end of 2018 which would have been the earliest they could release a new album. He also mentioned recording a new Goldfinger album with John Feldmann, so, that’s some news.
The full interview can be found on Facebook.
Kings of Leon performed “Reverend” on The Tonight Show last night.
The Early November have released their new acoustic album on Bandcamp.
Arcade Fire’s new song “I Give You Power” (feat. Mavis Staples) is now up on Tidal and streaming below.
Gorillaz have released their new video for “Hallelulah Money.”
New Found Glory’s Chad Gilbert teamed up with Lego for a new music video.
Jakob Danger, the son of Green Day’s Billie Joe Armstrong, has posted some new music on SoundCloud.
Modern Baseball’s new song, “This Song Is Gonna Buy Brendan Lukens a New Pair of Socks,” can be streamed below. The song comes from the band’s tour split.
Save Ferris’ new song “New Sound” can be streamed below.
Sorority Noise have released their new song “No Halo.”
The new trailer for Power Rangers has been released.
AFI performed “Snow Cats” and “Miss Murder” on Kimmel last night.
Cloud Nothings’ new song “Enter Entirely” can be streamed below.
Ryan Adams has unveiled his new track “Doomsday.”
Japandroids’ great new album Near to the Wild Heart of Life can be streamed below. The album hits stores on January 27th.
OK Go have covered Morrissey’s “Interesting Drug.”
We recorded a cover of Morrissey’s ‘Interesting Drug’ — it seems like the right soundtrack for this moment. No matter how anxious or angry you are, try to turn your passion into something good for the world. We’re in this together.
Sum 41’s All Killer No Filler is getting a vinyl re-press on January 27th.