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East bay alt/punk icons Green Day have unleashed another song off their new album, Revolution Radio, which will be out on October 7. Below, stream the title track, a fist-pumping, up-tempo rocker that should appeal to longtime fans just as much as the previously released track, Bang Bang: Green Day will also head out on the road in support of Revolution Radio with a small club/theater tour, check out the dates below: [bbit bandname=”Green Day”]

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Fresh off the announcement of a new album, Walls, Kings of Leon have returned with a new single. Titled Waste a Moment, the song can be heard below: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QAhJoXUeJ08 That catchy, engaging tune is our first taste of Walls, KoL’s first new album since 2013’s Mechanical Bull. Below, watch a behind-the-scenes video detailing the album’s irreverent artwork and how it came about: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WHE8PsNFWy4 The Walls will come down (er, out) on October 14. Stay tuned for more!

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We’re quite far removed from Third Eye Blind being a barely active musical unit, as they’ve come back in a big way in the past couple of years. Their resurgence will continue on October 7 when the band releases We Are Drugs, a seven-song EP that serves as the follow-up to 2015’s Dopamine, the album that ended a prolonged drought from Stephan Jenkins & company. Stream the EP’s opening track, the uptempo Company of Strangers, below: https://soundcloud.com/thirdeyeblind/company-of-strangers That song wouldn’t sound out of place on the band’s 2003 album Out of the Vein, so that’s a rather impressive introductory track to the…

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Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness, the latest project from singer/songwriter Andrew McMahon of Something Corporate and Jack’s Mannequin, has returned with a new song released this week. Fire Escape, an uptempo piano-led track, is his first new song since 2014’s Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness album and, as he wrote on his Facebook page, came about while he was on the road: Should McMahon announce a new album and/or any tour news, we’ll be sure to pass it along so stay tuned! [bbit bandname=”Andrew McMahon”]

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The Red Hot Chili Peppers’ new Danger Mouse-produced album, The Getaway, features a number of songs that veer away from the alt/rock legends’ tried-and-true formula. They take some risks, such as on the undeniably disco-influenced song Go Robot – which now has a music video featuring singer Anthony Kiedis painted chalk-white, essentially naked save for a codpiece, wandering around town before finding a soulmate in a colorful disco club. Along the way, his band mates show up in cameo appearances, but this is really Anthony’s show. Watch the madness, as directed by Thoranna Sigurdardottir, unfold below: That’s quite a clip, our…

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As detailed this week, this fall will be a busy period for Chrissie Hynde and the Pretenders, as they’ll head out on tour with Stevie Nicks and release a new album, Alone, on October 21. In celebration of their new activity, the band has premiered a song, Holy Commotion, which will be featured as a bonus track on Alone…listen to the tune below: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JStKEEujtIw Stay tuned for more about the band and their new Dan Auerbach-produced album! In the meantime, view their slate of tour dates below. [bbit bandname=”The Pretenders”]

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Things are getting busy for Chrissie Hynde and the Pretenders – what with the news of their big tour alongside Stevie Nicks and, it was revealed Wednesday, a new record! Alone, the first Pretenders album since 2008, will be released on October 21 and was produced by Dan Auerbach of the Black Keys. Originally, Alone was set to be the follow-up to Hynde’s 2014 solo album Stockholm, but as the sessions in Nashville progressed it became a full-band project. From the press release: Chrissie Hynde recorded the album in Nashville with Dan Auerbach, from The Black Keys, who stood as…

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Spend this fall seeing two of rock’s most revered acts when Stevie Nicks and the Pretenders team up for an outing they’re calling the 24 Karat Gold Tour. The tour’s name comes from Nicks’ recently-released solo collection, 24 Karat Gold: Songs from the Vault. Set to kick off on October 25, this will be a fantastic chance to catch the legendary Fleetwood Mac vocalist/musician as well as Chrissie Hynde and the Pretenders share the same stage in 27 different cities. Tickets for the tour will go on sale Monday, September 12 via LiveNation.com – view the scheduled dates below and…

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Arizona alt/rock band Jimmy Eat World are gearing up for a big year. On October 21, they’ll release a new album called Integrity Blues. They’ve previewed it thus far with two songs, Get Right and Sure & Certain, and on Monday they revealed plans for a string of U.S. and European tour dates. Here’s Sure & Certain: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e5KiGB0fp3U And their full slate of tour dates: [bbit bandname=”Jimmy Eat World”]

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Green Day are gearing up to release a new album, Revolution Radio, on October 7, and on Monday the band announced a string of club dates in support of the record. Spanning venues in the U.S., Canada and Europe, the outing will run from September 20 through October 10 in Berkeley, before the European jaunt begins in January. Green Day are no strangers to intimate club dates, having done special surprise gigs in past touring cycles supporting their albums American Idiot, 20th Century Breakdown and the trilogy of LPs Uno, Dos, and Tre. Announcing this club tour officially as they…

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