Kendrick Lamar sat down with Zane Lowe to talk about his new album. He also confirmed on Twitter that the rumors of a second album coming out soon are false.
The Flatliners have debuted their video for “Hang My Head.”
Peaness have released a video for “Same Place.”
Tim Kasher has released a video for “No Secret.”
Some new Phoenix music can be heard in a new Calvin Klein ad directed by Sofia Coppola.
Meat Wave have released a new video for “Bad Man.”
Tycho has released a video for “Horizon.”
Part one of Zane Lowe’s interview with Paramore is now up for viewing. Part two will air on May 11th.
Sir Sly have released a new video for “High.”
Dreamcar performed “Kill for Candy” on Kimmel last night.
Chvrches tease a new version of “Down Side of Me” via a new video directed by Kristen Stewart.
Paramore have released a video for their new single “Hard Times.” They’ve also announced that their new album, After Laughter, will be out on May 12th. Pre-orders are now up and the track listing and album artwork can be found below. The band also sat down with The New York Times for a really fascinating interview:
“You can run on the fumes of being a teenager for as long as you want, but eventually life hits you really hard,” Ms. Williams, a mighty presence who barely cracks five feet, explained last month, speaking for the first time about the tumultuous period since Paramore last released an album, in 2013. “I didn’t even know if we were going to make another record,” she said. “There was a moment when I didn’t even want it to happen. Then it was like, I want it to happen, but I don’t know how we’re going to do it.”
I’ll say this: The band couldn’t have written an album more in my wheelhouse for my current musical tastes. I like it a lot.
Kendrick Lamar has released a video for “DNA.”
Lights as released a teaser for a new music and comic book project called Skin & Earth. The full press release can be found below.
Tye Trujillo, the 12-year old son of Metallica’s Robert Trujillo, is filling in as Korn’s bassist on the band’s South American tour. Some fan-shot videos from the first show are now online.
Spoon performed “Hot Thoughts” yesterday on Ellen.
Chris Farren has released a video for “Still Beating.”
Bleachers performed “Don’t Take the Money” on Kimmel last night.
A trailer has been released for season four of Star Wars: Rebels. It has also been revealed that this will be the final season of the show.