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Neck Deep return
Neck Deep are back with their first new music in two years, “STFU.” In the single, the quartet fall back on their pop-punk roots while capturing the dread that often accompanies online culture. The band also unleashed an amusing visual that harks back to the AIM days. Check out the new track and video here.
Remembering Andy Fletcher of Depeche Mode
This week, our thoughts are with the friends and family of Depeche Mode’s Andy Fletcher, who passed away at 60. Fletcher was a member of the band for over 40 years and appeared on classic albums such as Speak & Spell and Songs Of Faith And Devotion. You can read a statement from the band here.
A look inside Goth Girlfriends’ London takeover
Goth Girlfriends is creating a bridge for women, people of color and the LGBTQ+ community to get involved in NFT and cryptocurrency spaces. In fact, GG’s NoFace partnered with HE Creative to create goth-themed NFTs that are overwhelmingly women-led. Their latest exhibition in London tells a story of how creators tired of not seeing themselves in the NFT art world has produced a community beyond anything they could have anticipated.
The Interrupters will triumph
Ahead of their new album In The Wild, the Interrupters are back with new single “Anything Was Better.” Vocalist Aimee Interrupter explained its creation, citing the song as an escape from past pain and trauma. Listen to the triumphant track and grab merch here.
We ranked every Angels & Airwaves album
Between helming Angels & Airwaves to founding To The Stars and directing his own movie, Tom DeLonge knows how to keep busy. Naturally, we needed to look back and revisit some of his most notable work with A&A. From their 2006 debut album We Don’t Need To Whisper to 2021’s Lifeforms, see where your favorite Angels & Airwaves album lands.
Rico Nasty gets “Intrusive” on latest single
AP cover star Rico Nasty is here to make a statement and preview her forthcoming project with most recent single “Intrusive.” Built on a throbbing bass and evocative storytelling, the artist takes us on a journey through some of her innermost thoughts. Watch the new video here.
MUNA gear up for their new album
MUNA are giving us a taste of what we can expect from their upcoming self-titled album with their new single “Home By Now.” Chronicling the wistful feeling of a past relationship, Katie Gavin says that although it’s a dance song, the lyrics hold much more weight. Read all about it here and see if the group are coming to a city near you this summer.
MOD SUN, Stone Temple Pilots, more — live from a volcanic crater
From girlfriends to MOD SUN, see some of your favorite artists perform live from your home in the first annual Atlantis Concert for Earth. The free, nonprofit concert will celebrate global conservation and highlight the work of conservationists and organizations around the globe. Reserve your spot here via Veeps.
Winnetka Bowling League team up with the Knocks
Following their pulp EP from earlier this year, Winnetka Bowling League have released another new song, “I Like To Hide In The Bathroom At Parties.” Joining forces with the Knocks, the catchy track addresses social anxiety in a lighthearted way. Listen to the new track here and watch the accompanying lyric video.
Ice Nine Kills will make you scream
Ice Nine Kills are bringing together casual fans and die-hards with their first annual horror convention, the Silver Scream Con. The event will take place this August at The DoubleTree Boston North Shore Hotel in Danvers, Massachusetts. Get all the information right here.
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