Stars have released their new song “Alone.”
Citizen have debuted their new song “Flowerchild.”
Kevin Devine has released the acoustic version of “I Was Alive Back Then.” The track comes from his upcoming reimagined album, We Are Who We’ve Always Been, which is now up for pre-order.
Kevin has also announced two full album shows in New York this December.
Sherwood’s new song “Waiting” can be heard below.
Citizen have released their new song “Fever Days.”
Noah Gundersen’s new album, White Noise, can be streamed below. He does a track-by-track breakdown of the album over at Consequence of Sound.
Morrissey will release his new album, Low in High School, on November 17th. Today he’s debuted the new single “Spent the Day in Bed” and pre-orders are now up.
Prawn’s new album, Run, can be streamed below.
Noah Gundersen’s new song “Number One Hit of the Summer (Fade Out)” can be streamed below.
Chvrches have shared their cover of Tegan and Sara’s “Call it Off.” The song comes from the upcoming cover album of The Con.
Hayley Williams of Paramore posted up a little video of her performing “Accident Prone” by Jawbreaker on Twitter.
Update: I extracted the audio from the video and cleaned it up just a little if you’d like an MP3 copy.
Evanescence will release their new album, Synthesis, on November 10th. Today they’ve released the new song “Imperfections” and pre-orders are now up.
Petal’s new EP, Comfort, is up for purchase on Bandcamp.
Frightened Rabbit’s new EP, Recorded Songs, is out today. It includes the track “How It Gets In” featuring Julien Baker.
All Time Low have debuted a new version of “Good Times.” They call it the “Orchestral Arrangement” version.
August Burns Red have released their new song “The Frost.”
The Killers’ new song “Some Kind of Love” is now streaming on Spotify and Apple Music.
Josh Ritter’s new album, Gathering, is now streaming on NPR.
Jessie Ware will release her her new album, Glasshouse, on October 20th. The single “Alone” is up on Spotify.
Now, Now have debuted their new song “Yours.” You stream it below via The Fader.