Explosions in the Sky have teamed up with Emerica to release some new sneakers. An informational video for the shoes has been released, and the shoes are up for order.
Arcade Fire have released an alternative version of their new “Creature Comfort” video.
Haim have debuted their video for “Want You Back.”
Wet Hot American Summer: Ten Years Later is coming to Netflix on August 4th. Today the marvelous trailer has been released.
Bleachers’ Jack Antonoff walks viewers through how he created “Goodmorning.”
Seether have covered Thrice’s “Black Honey” at a recent SirusXM in-studio concert.
Manchester Orchestra’s new song “The Alien” is up for steam on Apple Music and Spotify.
Fall Out Boy’s new single “Champion” is up on Apple Music and Spotify.
Turnover have announced that Eric has left the band for the “foreseeable future.” They posted the following on Facebook:
Many of you have noticed Eric’s recent absence from the band and we wanted to take a minute to address it before we start sharing new music.
Eric has left the band for the foreseeable future to address personal issues, and has been receiving professional counseling related to his personal relationships and emotional abuse allegations made against him. The band agreed this was the best course of action to accept responsibility for this behavior and to help Eric make personal changes in how he manages his interpersonal relationships.
We are sorry for not addressing this publicly earlier on. We wanted to address the issue directly with Eric in a private space but now realize this wasn’t the right way to go about things. We stand with victims of abuse – always. We are working hard to find real solutions to these issues that force all people in these situations to address their actions and to accept accountability and responsibility for them.
Riot Fest have announced this year’s single day lineups. You can find those below.
Matt Pond PA’s two new songs “Skin and Bones” and “Sugar River” are streaming on SoundCloud. The tracks won’t appear on his new album, Still Summer, due out later this year.
The Hollywood Reporter:
Fresh off of critical favorite The Leftovers, Damon Lindelof is in talks for a potential Watchmen TV series for HBO. Sources tell The Hollywood Reporter that the project is in the early development stages. An official deal is not yet in place. Representatives for HBO and producers Warner Bros. Television declined comment.
While I do think this is better suited for the small screen (and without any Zack Snyder), I dunno, part of me just wonders if the magic came specifically from the comic medium.
Hayley Williams’s hair dye company, goodDYEyoung, has released four new colors.
The Hotelier have announced some new tour dates. Oso Oso and Alex Napping are opening.
Single Mothers have released a video for “People Are Pets.”
Turnover have released their new song “Super Natural.” The song comes from the band’s new album, Good Nature, due out August 25th.
The Devil Wears Prada has released a new video for “Worldwide.”
Touché Amoré have announced some new tour dates. Single Mothers and Gouge Away will be opening.
Jeff Rosenstock has released two new songs on Bandcamp. One is an original, and the other is a cover of Patsy Cline’s “She’s Got You.”