Tate McRae is revealing the tracklist for her sophomore album, Think Later!
20.11.2023 - 14:25 / nme.com
Green Day have unveiled the tracklist for their forthcoming album ‘Saviors’.The legendary rock trio announced their 14th studio LP – the follow-up to 2020’s ‘Father Of All Motherfuckers’ – last month. It is set to be released on January 19, 2024 via Reprise/Warner and has so far been preceded by the singles ‘The American Dream Is Killing Me’ and ‘Look Ma, No Brains!’ Now, with two months to go till the album drops, Green Day has revealed the names of all the songs that will be on the new album, which are as follows:SIDE A
1. ‘The American Dream Is Killing Me’
2. ‘Look Ma, No Brains!’
3. ‘Bobby Sox’
4. ‘One Eyed Bastard’
7. ‘Goodnight Adeline’ SIDE B
8. ‘Coma City’
9. ‘Corvette Summer’
10. ‘Suzie Chapstick’
11. ‘Strange Days Are Here to Stay’
12. ‘Living In The ’20s’
13. ‘Father To A Son’
15. ‘Fancy Sauce’Would ya look at that
Tate McRae is revealing the tracklist for her sophomore album, Think Later!
Scottish band The Jesus and Mary Chain have announced details of a new album, Glasgow Eyes, and shared its first single. "jamcod" is the first taste of brothers Jim and William Reid's eighth album, which will be released on March 8 next year. Scroll down to hear the song now.
The Jesus & Mary Chain have announced new album ‘Glasgow Eyes’ and shared new single ‘jamcod’. Check out the video first on NME below, along with details of their 2024 UK and European tour and our interview with Jim Reid.Marking 40 years since the release of their debut single ‘Upside Down’, 2024 will see the hugely influential band – whose debut album ‘Psychocandy’ is considered a pivotal work in the development of alt-rock, noise pop and shoegaze – release their eighth studio album, an autobiography and a documentary, and also begin a world tour.The 12-track new album was recorded at Mogwai’s Castle Of Doom studio in Glasgow, and finds the band working with electronics and textures that seem to play on the band’s place in a lineage taking in The Velvet Underground and Suicide.
Real Estate have shared their latest single ‘Water Underground’ and have also announced their new LP ‘Daniel’.Directed by Edmond Hawkins, the music video for ‘Water Underground’ pays tribute to the 1990s Nickelodeon sitcom The Adventures of Pete & Pete. The video stars the New Jersey-native band – comprised of Martin Courtney, Alex Bleeker, Matt Kallman, Julian Lynch and Sammi Niss – as well as Petes themselves, Danny Tamberelli and Michael Maronna. The video was conceptualized and produced by Tamberelli and Maronna, with Pete & Pete creators Chris Viscardi and Will McRobb.Speaking about the track in a press release, Courtney said: “This song is about writing songs.
Gogol Bordello have joined forces with Bernard Sumner to share a cover of punk classic ‘Solidarity’. Check it out below.The new release sees the American rock band team up with the New Order member to deliver a cover of the thought-provoking ‘70s track ‘Solidarity’ – originally recorded by punk veterans Angelic Upstarts.When it was first recorded, the song was written in support of the anti-Communist Solidarity movement in 1980s Poland, and went on to be the band’s most famous hit.
Green Day have explained why they briefly took a step back from political songwriting and recalled why they have gone back to their roots with their forthcoming new album.The discussion came in light of the band announcing their upcoming 14th studio album, ‘Saviors’ – an LP which they have described as one that “bridges the gap” between ‘Dookie’ and ‘American Idiot’.In promoting the forthcoming release, the trio – formed of Billie-Joe Armstrong, Mike Dirnt and Tré Cool – recalled how the songs see them return to their political roots, which they took a step back from in recent years.Discussing the lead single ‘The American Dream Is Killing Me’ as the one that marked their return to politically-motivated songwriting, Armstrong recalled how the track was originally written during the sessions for their last album, ‘Father Of All Motherfuckers’, but put on ice until the members felt ready to take more of a political stance.“For ‘Father Of All…’ we didn’t want to go political because it was so obvious. It was such low-hanging fruit because we had just terrible politics and terrible division in the United States,” he told 102.1 The Edge.
Green Day have said that their upcoming album ‘Saviors’ will be one that “bridges the gap” between fan-favourites ‘American Idiot’ and ‘Dookie’.Billie-Joe Armstrong, Tré Cool and Mike Dirnt first announced their 14th LP – which is the follow-up to 2020’s ‘Father Of All Motherfuckers’ – last month. It is set to arrive on January 19, 2024 via Reprise/Warner.Now, the pop-punk trio have opened up about what fans can expect from the album in a new interview, and revealed that they see the LP as in line with some of their most famous past releases.“I think that this record is sort of the best of everything that Green Day has,” Armstrong told 102.1 The Edge when asked if the band ever considered ‘Saviors’ as a “part two” of ‘American Idiot’.“[It’s] the 30 years of experience that we have, kind of come together.
Bob Dylan voiced his support for Rolling Stone founder Jann Wenner at a show in New York, amid a series of controversies surrounding the writer.Wenner was in attendance at the gig on Thursday (November 16) and Dylan, who doesn’t frequently speak between songs at his shows, took a moment to shout him out towards the end of the performance.“All right, l’d like to say hello to Jann Wenner, who’s in the house. Jann Wenner, surely everybody’s heard of him,” Dylan said.“Anyway, he just got booted out of the Rock ‘n’ Roll Hall of Fame – and we don’t think that’s right.
New Zealand has voted the pūteketeke as its “Bird of the Century” after John Oliver announced on his show earlier this month that Last Week Tonight was taking up the mantle of “official campaign manager.”
NCIS: Sydney is premiering tonight (November 14)!
Ethan Shanfeld The Smile has announced a new album “Wall of Eyes,” set for release on Jan. 26, 2024, via XL Recordings.
The Smile have revealed details of their brand-new album, Wall Of Eyes. The album is the second from the trio (Radiohead's Thom Yorke and Jonny Greenwood plus drummer Tom Skinner) and follows their 2022 debut A Light For Attracting Attention.
The Smile have announced new album ‘Wall Of Eyes’ and shared the title track – check it out below.The new album from the Radiohead side project – comprising Jonny Greenwood, bandmate Thom Yorke and former Sons Of Kemet drummer Tom Skinner – is due out on January 26 via XL Recordings, which you can pre-order/pre-save here.The band have also announced news of a UK and European tour for 2024, where they’ll open at Dublin’s 3Arena on March 7 and finish up with a show at London’s Alexandra Palace on March 23. General sale tickets go live at 9am BST on Friday, November 17. You can buy your tickets here and find the full touring schedule below.Title track ‘Wall Of Eyes’ is out now and comes with a video directed by Paul Thomas Anderson.
Ty Dolla $ign has shared an update on his forthcoming joint album with Kanye West.During a recent show, the rapper – real name Tyrone William Griffin Jr. – told the audience that he had recently flown in from Saudi Arabia, where he worked with West on their upcoming project.“I just landed on a flight from Saudi Arabia,” Ty said.
Manchester United signed off for the international break with a narrow 1-0 win over Luton Town at Old Trafford on Saturday afternoon.
Kid Kapichi have unveiled details of a new album with their latest ’90s inspired single ‘Tamagotchi’ – check it out below.The single is the second to be take the band’s new album, ‘There Goes The Neighbourhood’ after ‘Let’s Get To Work’. The new album will be released on March 15 on Spineform records and you can pre-order it here.Frontman Jack Wilson said of the band’s latest song: “‘Tamagotchi’ is a song about turning 30 and feeling for the first time like your life is running away from you.”“As I’ve gotten older, I’ve found myself being more nostalgic about the past and the ‘good times’.
Sheer Mag have this week (November 9) unveiled details of their upcoming new album’s title track. Check out ‘Playing Favorites’ below.The band’s new album will arrive on March 1 via Jack White’s Third Man Records.
Green Day rocked up to The Marquis pub in London last night (November 9) to perform a surprise intimate gig, which they livestreamed on their Instagram – watch the acoustic set below.The pop-punk trio took to Instagram earlier in the day to tease the gig, with drummer Tré Cool saying in a video message: “Right now, Green Day’s in London, looking to have us some fun then. If I were the fans, I wouldn’t make plans.
Courting have shared their latest single ‘Throw’ as well as announced their new album ‘New Last Name’ which was co-produced by The Cribs.Set for release on January 26, 2024 via Lower Third, ‘New Last Name’ sees the Liverpool-based band team up with both Gary and Ryan Jarman of The Cribs on production duty. According to a press release, ‘Throw’ sets the tone for the LP.Speaking about the track, Courting frontman Sean Murphy O’Neill said: “We wanted to write a song with a plot twist, a song that could be described as ‘an epic’. Lamenting a past love, our protagonist returns to ‘the city’, and remembers, misremembers, and forgets just about everything that has happened beforehand.
Hozier is back by popular demand.Following a successful 2023 tour, the Irish singer announced a second 39-concert leg of his ‘Unreal Unearth Tour’ with special guest Allison Russell on select dates from April through September 2024.Along the way, he’ll play not one, not two, not three, not four but five (!) concerts in New York.First up, Hozier will stop into Saratoga Springs’ Saratoga Performing Arts Center on May 19.Soon after that, the “Take Me To Church” crooner hits Syracuse’s Empower Federal Credit Union Amphitheater on May 21, Forest Hills’ Forest Hills Stadium on June 4-5 and Bethel’s Bethel Woods Performing Arts Center on July 27.The tour is in support of Hozier’s critically acclaimed 2023 album “Unreal Unearth;” the New York Post called the record a “fantastic, sonically diverse offering from a constantly maturing artist.”And if you missed Hozier in 2023, you can grab your 2024 tickets as soon as today.Although inventory isn’t available on Ticketmaster until Friday, Nov. 17, fans who want to ensure they have tickets ahead of time can purchase on sites like Vivid Seats before tickets are officially on sale.Vivid Seats is a secondary market ticketing platform, and prices may be higher or lower than face value, depending on demand.They have a 100% buyer guarantee that states your transaction will be safe and secure and will be delivered before the event.Batter up, baseball fans.Right before spring training kicks into high gear, Hozier will headline at Tempe, AZ’s annual Innings Festival at Tempe Beach Park on Feb.