The notable artists on your television this week include: Depeche Mode (Fallon; 3/1), The Flaming Lips (Colbert; 3/2), Panic! at the Disco (Meyers; 3/1), and Future (Ellen; 3/2).
Day at the Fair will release their new album, Epilogue, on March 3rd.
Two unreleased Beck songs have appeared online. One is titled “Curfew” and the other is an untitled instrumental.
Juliet Simms has released a video for “Trouble Finds You.”
Rancid will be opening up for Green Day on their upcoming European Tour. The dates can be found below.
Soundgarden has announced some new tour dates.
Brendon Urie of Panic! at the Disco has had to move houses after being harassed by fans. You can read the full message from Brendon below.
Northlane’s frontman, Marcus Bridge, has posted up a cover of PVRIS’ “Holy.”
Lorde debuted a new ad last night on New Zealand TV teasing new music and March 2nd.
It looks like Metro Station are planning an anniversary tour.
Terror will release their new EP, The Walls Will Fall, on April 28th.
Ariana Grande has released a video for “Everyday.”
Chvrches are in the studio with Dave Stewart working on their new album.
The Foo Fighters are streaming a live show from Frome, UK on YouTube.
Reading & Leeds has announced more artists for this year’s festival. The entire list can be found below.
John Mayer has announced that The Search for Everything album will contain 14 songs, and that the next “wave” will be the entire album.
Does this mean 14 more songs, or 6 more songs? Weird rollout.
Pierce the Veil have released a behind the scenes video on the making of their “Floral & Fading” music video.
Ryan Adams performed “Do You Still Love Me?” last night on James Corden’s show.
Old 97’s have released a new video for “Good With God.”