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Cage The Elephant’s new album, Social Cues, will be released on April 19 ahead of the band’s big co-headlining summer tour with alt/rock hero Beck — and on Thursday, the band premiered a track off the album called “Night Running,” a collaboration with Beck that sets up both the album and tour quite nicely. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZOYklOGqsWE This is the third pre-release single from Social Cues to see the light of day, after lead single “Ready To Let Go”: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fM1S9S-Q2sU and “House of Glass”: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B1ZYRfK2v3E Cage the Elephant will head out on the road supporting the new album on a co-headlining tour with…

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On March 31, Jon Anderson will release 1,000 Hands, an anticipated and long-in-the-works solo album from the longtime vocalist of the prog-rock ensemble Yes. Anderson previewed the record recently with an uplifting music video for a track called “Makes Me Happy” — watch below. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HekdjPayAvk And here’s a clip for “Ramalama” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4JqYFP5UUp8 Anderson, who has taken part in recent activities under the name Yes Featuring Jon Anderson, Trevor Rabin, Rick Wakeman (or ARW) a few years back, has been working on this new record for thirty years off an on: “I’ve spent long periods of time making some records, but I’ve…

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In January, Sting detailed a new solo release titled My Songs, which will find the Police icon re-imagining several songs from throughout his vaunted career. On Thursday, he revealed more about the project with Billboard, and it’s noteworthy that the album now has a scheduled release date of May 24. On the album, Sting revisits 15 songs from both his solo career and his time with the Police, updating some tracks with new studio flourishes along the way. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ENIpBp1YQhY “I’m constantly tinkering and I’m always wanting to make the songs as contemporary as they can possible be, because I think…

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On March 1, Lamb of God guitarist Mark Morton released Anesthetic, his first foray into solo album territory. Featuring his signature heavy-as-hell guitar tone throughout the record, Morton was aided by a number of special guest vocalists, including the late Chester Bennington, who recorded the track “Cross Off” mere months before his passing in July 2017. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4KdCEg7I8A0 With Lamb of God enjoying a bit of a break at the moment, Morton went out on the road for a U.S. tour supporting the album, and that tour crashed into the Roxy Theatre on the Sunset Strip earlier this week. Featuring a…

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On Tuesday afternoon, Everclear front man Art Alexakis, the one consistent member of the Portland-based alt/rock band that hit it big in the 1990s and continues to be active to this day, announced that he’s dealing with a recent diagnosis of Multiple Sclerosis. Alexakis’ music with Everclear has always reflected a lot about his personal background and life experiences, so it’s no wonder he was so willing to open up and share something deeply personal such as this. He posted a lengthy message on the band’s website, to that effect: I want to tell you something about me that you…

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What have we said about hologram tours? Ready or not, they’re coming — and with Frank Zappa and Ronny James Dio hologram outing scheduled for later this year, a new one featuring visual representations of the late Roy Orbison and Buddy Holly is also on tap. As Rolling Stone reported, the upcoming Rock N’ Roll Dream tour will feature holographic versions of the late music legends, complete with a live band, backing singers and remastered audio from their respective careers. Orbison’s son, Roy Orbison Jr., issued a statement about the new project: “My father’s music meant the world to not…

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A solid musical accompaniment to the struggles of life, My Dinosaur Life, the 2010 album from Motion City Soundtrack, covered the troubles of trying to figure life out. The Minnesota rock band officially disbanded in 2016, but SRC Vinyl will be bringing back the band’s fourth studio album on limited edition green and pink vinyl June 7. My Dinosaur Life was released in 2010 as the band’s major label debut release after parting ways with Epitaph Records and signing to Columbia Records. This album marked Motion City Soundtrack’s second project produced by Blink 182’s Mark Hoppus, and first since their sophomore…

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On April 12, John Paul White, formerly of the Civil Wars, will release a new solo album titled The Hurting Kind. White recently previewed the LP with a track called “My Dreams Have All Come True,” and followed that up with another song, “The Long Way Home”: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PCVAO6OXQxw On Tuesday, he premiered the wistful, melancholy “The Good Old Days,” boasting a memorable refrain and an authenticity that will stick with you: https://soundcloud.com/single-lock/john-paul-white-the-good-old-days/s-i367Z In addition to the song premiere, White announced some tour dates for the spring and summer, including some new shows on the West Coast that are bolded in…

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On June 14, Chris Robinson Brotherhood will release Servants of the Sun, the blues/rock ensemble’s six full-length album since its formation in 2011. Along with that news, the band premiered a laid-back, groove-oriented track titled “Comin’ Round the Mountain” on Tuesday: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oM9C20Q_u44 Said Robinson, formerly a key figure of the Black Crowes, of this new collection of music: “I let my head go to a Saturday night at The Fillmore, and said, ‘what’s the best set we could play?'” says Robinson. “The record was conceived from that starting point. With our last couple of albums we made songs we knew…

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Punk vets Bad Religion released another song from their forthcoming album, Age of Unreason, which will be released on May 3 via Epitaph Records, and “Do the Paranoid Style” finds vocalist Greg Graffin tackling a number of topical and very politically-charged topics. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GEbd76i1S6Q More about the song, via the press release: Inspired by historian Richard Hofstadter’s 1964 essay “The Paranoid Style in American Politics,” the song compares contemporary right wing conspiracy theorizing to a feverish dance craze. The accompanying video directed by Dan Fusselman depicts mid-century American propaganda film imagery against a backdrop of rock n’ roll dancing. According to…

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