Cove Reber (formerly of Saosin) will be joining Scary Kids Scaring Kids on a 2020 tour.
I lost a lot of faith in music after Saosin. And I stopped listening to heavy music. This is one of those moments where I feel like everybody, even if they’re 34 or 30, are going to be that 21- or 22-year-old kid that they were when they went to see Scary Kids. And the whole place is just going to explode.
I had the opportunity to photograph The Starting Line’s show in Denver, CO over the weekend. You can find the full gallery below and I hope you enjoy.
The notable artists on your television this week include: The Black Keys (Kimmel; 11/18), The 1975 (Colbert; 11/18), and Kacey Musgraves (Fallon; 11/20).
Luke Combs has the number one album in the country this week:
The country album, which was released on Nov. 8 via River House/Columbia Nashville, launches with 172,000 equivalent album units earned in the U.S. in the week ending Nov. 14, according to Nielsen Music. Of that sum, 109,000 were in album sales.
Emarosa have shard the new track “Ready to Love.”
Harry Styles debuted the new song “Watermelon Sugar” on SNL.
My Chemical Romance have shared their first photo since announcing their reunion.
mewithoutYou have began teasing something for this Friday.
Mew has announced a And the Glass Handed Kites anniversary tour.
Thrice will be releasing a limited edition Vannen Watch on Friday at 10 am PT.
Black Flag have announced some new tour dates.
HAIM has released a video for “Hallelujah.”
What a week. This week’s newsletter has me looking at music and entertainment released over the past two weeks. I finally get to dive into some of the Apple TV+ and Disney+ shows, plus give some updates on living the first week of married life. There’s also a playlist of ten songs I enjoyed this week, and this week’s supporter Q&A post can be found here.
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Raised Fist has released a video for “Venomous.”
Ruston Kelly has released a video for his cover of “Screaming Infidelities” featuring Chris Carrabba.
Taylor Swift has shared a statement on social media claiming that Scott Borchetta and Scooter Braun are preventing her from performing her old material live.
iDKHOW has released a new Christmas EP called Christmas Drag to streaming services.
Kacey Musgraves has shared her version of Frozen 2’s “All is Found.”