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Bad Wolves share new version of “Hungry for Life” featuring Chris Daughtry

Bad Wolves have shared a new version of their song “Hungry for Life” featuring Chris Daughtry. The original “Hungry for Life” appears on Bad Wolves’ 2023 album, Die About It.

Bad Wolves vocalist DL shares: “’Hungry for Life’ is about resilience, the pursuit of purpose, and the will to rise above life’s challenges in the face of adversity. We’ve all been fans of Daughtry for a long time, and when we heard him sing on this, we were floored. We hope you love it, stay hungry Wolfpack!”

Bad Wolves is on tour as direct support to P.O.D. through May 31st, alongside opening acts Norma Jean and Blind Channel. The band will also perform at several of the summer’s largest rock festivals including Rocklahoma, Inkcarceration Festival and So What?! Music Festival.

Take a look at Bad Wolves’ music video for “Hungry for Life” featuring Chris Daughtry – here.

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Fall Out Boy to hold ‘So Much For (2our)’ streaming event

Fall Out Boy has announced a special concert streaming event taking place June 7 via the platform VEEPS, where fans can stream the band’s Madison Square Garden show that took place this past March in NYC.

The MSG show was part of Fall Out Boy’s 2024 U.S. tour in support of their 2023 album, So Much (for) Stardust, with Jimmy Eat World serving as support. Viewers will see the band’s expansive 29-song set, including a cameo from William Beckett of The Academy Is… on the Magic 8 Ball track, “Slow Down”.

The Fall Out Boy: Live from Madison Square Garden streaming event will be available for free for Veeps All Access subscribers in the US, and fans globally can buy an individual show ticket for $11.99. The show will air on Veeps on June 7th at approximately 5 pm PT. Fans are able to rewatch the show on Veeps for a year after the original air date.

For more info, visit Veeps.com/falloutboy.

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Ghost share trailer for upcoming feature film ‘Rite Here Rite Now’

Ghost have announced their debut feature film, ‘Rite Here Rite Now’ is coming to cinemas for two nights only on June 20 and 22, via Trafalgar Releasing.  Rite Here Rite Now captures Ghost’s two-night stint at the Kia Forum in Los Angeles on their ‘Re-Imperatour’, and the film is also a narrative story, which ‘picks up plot threads from the band’s long-running webisode series’.

Papa Emeritus IV tweeted: “Children of the World! Finally, our debut feature film ”RITE HERE RITE NOW” will be haunting cinemas all over the globe, on June 20 & 22 only. So, pre-sales go live on May 9 and if you want to see it in a movie theatre, act fast. Sign up for more information at http://ritehereritenow.com. We look forward to seeing you all within not too long. /A Nameless Ghoul”

Speaking about ‘Rite Here Rite Now’, frontman Tobias Forge shares: “Over a decade ago when Ghost got signed to Loma Vista, Tom Whalley [owner and CEO] asked what the story of the band was. He felt telling a story was vital in order to get new fans engaged.I said that because we were a new ‘baby’ band and more importantly we were an anonymous baby band, there wasn’t really a compelling story to tell. Not yet anyway. But I told him that if he wanted a story, I could come up with one .. This film is the fruit of that conversation.”

Director Alex Ross Perry said that “collaborating with Tobias to expand the saga of Ghost into a feature film has been a wicked delight. This movie allowed us to be inspired by everything from silent horror to The Great Rock n’ Roll Swindle, from Ralph Bakshi to KISS Alive II. The influences were many, but above all, the ultimate goal was to make a one-of-a-kind feast not only for Ghost fans, but all lovers of the cinematic alchemy between rock spectacle and spooky delights.”  Kymberli Frueh, SVP of Programming and Content Acquisitions at Trafalgar Releasing, added: “The mystery, mystique, and musical style of Ghost has created such a dedicated allegiance to the band. Our cinemas provide the perfect immersive experience to unite fans as a community and experience Ghost’s elaborate performances with big screens and big sound.”

The band also revealed the first trailer for Rite Here, Rite Now, which features a mix of live performance elements while introducing the multiple characters within the storytelling portion of the film. The voice over teases that this is not a “tale about death, but one of life.”  Check it out – here.

Ghost have a dedicated website for Rite Here Rite Now, complete with a list of the theaters that will screen the film. The original motion picture soundtrack is also available for pre-order as well. Tickets can be found at ritehereritenow.com.

To pre-order the motion picture soundtrack for Rite Here Rite Now, head here.

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Falling in Reverse drop new song ‘Ronald,’ announce 2024 summer tour

Falling in Reverse have returned with new music, dropping the song “Ronald” featuring guest turns from Slaughter to Prevail vocalist Alex Terrible, as well as rap-rocker Tech N9ne. ‘Ronald’ is the band’s first new music since 2017’s Coming Home, and the band has shared the video track as well, featuring Tech N9ne and Alex Terrible.

Falling in Reverse have also announced the first leg of its 2024 headlining ‘Popular Monstour II: World Domination’ tour, which will see support from Black Veil Brides, Dance Gavin Dance, and Tech N9Ne with Jeris Johnson and Nathan James appearing on select dates.

Tickets are available now via Ticketmaster, with additional dates to be announced.

Take a look at the video for ‘Ronald’: here.

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David Gilmour announces first U.S. shows in 8 years this October/November

Legendary Pink Floyd vocalist/guitarist David Gilmour will play his first shows in the United States in eight years this fall in support of his forthcoming album, “Luck And Strange”, set for release on September 6th. Luck and Strange is the 78-year-old Gilmour’s first new album in nine years, and will feature late Pink Floyd keyboardist Rick Wright on the title track via excerpts recorded during a 2007 jam in a barn on Gilmour’s property.

Gilmour’s first U.S. shows since 2016 will take place on Oct. 29-30 at the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles, and Nov. 4-5 at New York’s Madison Square Garden, marking the only cities to host Gilmour’s concert appearances in North America.  The U.S. dates will be preceded by six shows each at Rome’s Circo Massimo and London’s Royal Albert Hall in late September and early October.

Gilmour’s touring band will include Gilmour on vocals and guitar, Guy Pratt on bass and backing vocals, Greg Phillinganes and Rob Gentry on keyboards, Adam Betts on drums, Ben Worsley on guitar, and Louise Marshall and The Webb Sisters, Hattie and Charley, on background vocals.

Fans should sign up at davidgilmour.com to get first access to tickets on Wednesday, May 15 at 10am local time. The general on sale for all shows will take place on Friday, May 17 at 10:00am local time.

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Candlebox announce deluxe LP ‘A Little Longer Goodbye (Tour Edition)’

Candlebox revealed that they will release ‘A Little Longer Goodbye (Tour Edition)’, the digital deluxe version of the album The Long Goodbye, on Friday, July 12.

The digital release will feature the 12 tracks on the record plus two bonus live songs, including “Elegante” and “Cellphone Jesus” (Recorded at Club Amanda in Santiago, Chile on October 27, 2023), as well as the official launch of the single “Washed Up.” Candlebox Frontman Kevin Martin shares: “The response to The Long Goodbye has been so great that we decided to stick around a little longer; add some bonus live material. We are so happy to be able to kick out the jams a little bit longer. Thank you to everyone for your amazing response to the record, it’s been so heartwarming and positive and we’re stoked!”

The digital release of ‘A Little Longer Goodbye (Tour Edition)’ comes as they head on the road as support on Bush’s “Loaded: The Greatest Hits Tour,” kicking-off July 26 in Bend, OR at the Hayden Homes Amphitheater and wrapping up on August 26 in Charlotte, NC at Skyla Credit Union Amphitheatre. For tickets, head HERE.

To pre-save ‘A Little Longer Goodbye (Tour Edition)’, head here.

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Take look at the video for twenty one pilots’ ‘Backslide’ directed by Josh Dun

Twenty One Pilots drummer Josh Dun makes his directorial debut in the just-released video for their song, “Backslide” off their upcoming album, Clancy.  

Backslide is the follow-up to the previously-released singles ‘Overcompensate’ and ‘Next Semester,’ and the visual finds singer Tyler Joseph tooling around town on his red and black BMX bike in what appears to be a Groundhog Day-type scenario.  The video also features throwbacks to other moments in the duo’s discography including the bike riding in ‘Stressed Out’, their mascot Ned from the ‘Chlorine’ video, and more.

Last week in a message to fans, frontman Tyler Joseph confirmed that the album’s release would be moving back a week to May 24 in order to allow them to make a music video for every song on the record.  Said Joseph: “When I first told Josh [Dun] and Mark [Eshleman] and everyone on our team that I wanted to do a music video for every song on the album ‘Clancy’ that’s coming up, I told them it’s because I love these songs and I believe in them enough to pretend to sing in front of a camera to each one. And that’s what we’re going to do, because that’s how I want to present this album. But because of that, in order to accomplish that, we need a little bit more time – that’s why I’m making this video. We’re going to push the album back by one week, to May 24th.”

Take a look at the video for Backslide: here.

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‘Lolla: The Story of Lollapalooza’ docuseries premiering on Paramount+ May 21st

The three-part docuseries “Lolla: The Story of Lollapalooza” will premiere on Paramount+ on May 21st. Directed by Michael John Warren, the docuseries traces the festival’s 30-year run from its early days as a touring punk event to its current iteration as a massive annual bash at Chicago’s Grant Park.

“Lolla: The Story of Lollapalooza” will premiere exclusively on the service in the U.S. and Canada on Tuesday, May 21 and on Wednesday, May 22 in the UK, Australia, Latin America, Brazil, France, Germany, Switzerland and Austria.

The next installment of Lollapalooza will take place on August 1st-4th, 2024 in Chicago, with a lineup featuring SZA, Tyler the Creator, blink-182, The Killers, Future X Metro Boomin, Hozier, Stray Kids, Melanie Martinez, and Skrillex as headliners.

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The Beatles share video for ‘Let It Be’ with film available to stream on Disney+

The Beatles movie Let It Be is has returned to screens exclusively on Disney+, marking the first time it has been available in over 50 years.

Let It Be, first released in May 1970, has now been restored courtesy of Peter Jackson, whose Emmy Award-winning docuseries, The Beatles: Get Back showcased the iconic band’s influence in music history. Let It Be is directed by Michael Lindsay-Hogg, and stars John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison, and Ringo Starr, with a special appearance by Billy Preston. The film was produced by Neil Aspinall with The Beatles acting as executive producers, and contains footage not featured in Jackson’s Get Back docuseries.

To celebrate the release of Let it Be to Disney+, The Beatles have dropped a new music video for the title track which includes clips from the film, and unseen outtakes. You can take a look: here.

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Lana Del Rey announces first-ever U.S. stadium show at Boston’s Fenway Park

Lana Del Rey has announced her first ever U.S. stadium show, set to take place at Boston’s Fenway Park this June on June 20, 2024.

The artist’s one-night-only stadium headlining performance at the 37,755-capacity venue will follow her recent headlining performances at Coachella 2024, and a sold-out amphitheater run of shows across select cities in the US late last year.

Del Rey’s calendar is full for 2024: she’s also set to headline Hangout Music Festival in Gulf Shores, Alabama; Primavera Sound in Barcelona Spain; and Reading & Leeds in the UK, among other festivals. In September, Del Rey plans to release a country album called Lasso, produced by Jack Antonoff.

Tickets to Del Rey’s Fenway Park concert will go on sale beginning Friday, May 10th at 10:00 a.m. ET via Ticketmaster.

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