The notable artists on your television this week include: Walk the Moon (Fallon; 2/19), Anderson .Paak (Fallon; 2/21), Ben Platt (Colbert; 2/21), Natalie Prass (Corden; 2/20), Snail Mail (Daly; 2/19), and Avril Lavigne (Kelly and Ryan; 2/18).
The 1975 have re-signed with Dirty Hit Records for three more albums.
“The 1975 extended their deal with Dirty Hit, The 1975 are with Dirty Hit for a long time,” said Oborne. “They are Dirty Hit, so of course they’d extend. The 1975 had a three-album deal and they’ve extended it for another three albums, which is amazing. Myself and the boys, we were so happy.
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Lydia Loveless has shared her story of issues of inappropriate behavior related to Bloodshot Records.
Jason Livermore has remastered Propagandhi’s recent album Failed States. The new version can be found on Apple Music and Spotify.
Filming has officially wrapped on Star Wars: Episode 9.
I recently integrated Giphy into our forums, and Giphy has just released an entire archive of high-quality Prince gifs from practically all his music videos. Perfect timing.
Jeff Rosenstock has released the demos from Bomb the Music Industry!’s Scrambles as the album turns ten.
Phoebe Bridgers has released a statement in regard to the Ryan Adams allegations that came to light last week.
Bring Me the Horizon have canceled their rest of their tour.
The Parkwoods have released their new song “Razor Sharp.”
Tom May from The Menzingers recently launched a podcast called Future Friday.
Parting Gift have signed with Fearless Records.
Old Best Friend returns after a four year break with their new album Almost. After releasing “Anna” and “Run Out” as singles, the full album is now available on Bandcamp, Google Play, Apple Music, and Spotify.
Cassettes have shared an acoustic version of “Love Songs On the Radio” from their new album, Wild Heart.
An unreleased Tom Petty song, called “For Real,” will be featured on the upcoming greatest hits collection.
Noah Gundersen has put up the White Noise b-sides on Apple Music and Spotify.
Wet has released a video for “Old Man” and the new song “Trust No Man.”
Mike Herrera has shared a new acoustic recording of Tumbledown’s “Song of a Gun.”