Austin City Limits (ACL) returns on Saturday, October 4th to PBS stations nationwide with an hour-long set from musician/songwriter Beck. Other Season 40 performers include: Ed Sheeran, Valerie Jane, Nine Inch Nails, Eric Church and more. Click “continue reading” to watch Beck perform his hit “Loser” tapped during his ACL appearance.
Singer-songwriter Ryan Adams lusts for Elvira Mistress of the Dark in the Michael Reich directed music video for “Gimme Something Good.” Click “continue reading” to watch the video now and get the official tracklist for Adams’ upcoming full-length album due out Sept. 9th.
Singer-songwriter Ed Sheeran has released the official music video for new single, “Don’t,” the second release off his latest album X. Directed by Emil Nava, the video depicts the rags to riches journey of a dancer starring the immensely talented hip-hop dancer/choreographer Phillip Chbeeb, aka PacMan. Click “continue reading” to watch “Don’t” music video by Ed Sheeran.
Former My Chemical Romance frontman Gerard Way will release his debut solo album, Hesitant Alien, on September 30th via Warner Bros. Records. Click “continue reading” to see the official tracklist for Hesitant Alien and get your first listen to lead single “Action Cat.”
Irish singer-songwriter Hozier has followed up “Take Me to Church,” the title track to his 2013 EP, with the release of new single and music video for “Sedated.” During a recent appearance on London’s Transmitter music channel, Hozier dropped an unexpected cover for Amerie’s 2005 R&B hit “1 Thing.” Click “continue reading” to watch official music video for “Sedated” by Hozier and his performance of “1 Thing.”
Bleachers, the new project from Jack Antonoff of fun., recently stopped by The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon to perform debut single, “I Wanna Get Better.” The single appears on Bleachers’ full-length debut album, Strange Desire, which is out now. Click “continue reading” to watch Bleachers perform “I Wanna Get Better” on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon.
Irish singer-songwriter Ryan Sheridan has released the official music video for new single “Home,” which was written for the 2014 film Mrs Browns boys D’movie. For the video concept, Sheridan called on fans to submit a short clip of themselves as they wrote down what they missed the most about living away from home. The result is touching. Click “continue reading” to watch the official video for “Home” by Ryan Sheridan.
Robyn and electronic duo Röyksopp took time out of their Do It Again tour to perform the album’s title-track live on Jimmy Kimmel. While Robyn and Royksopp have been longtime friends and collaborators, Do It Again marks the first official collaborative album from the threesome. Click “continue reading” to watch them perform “Do It Again” on Jimmy Kimmel Live and to see remaining list of tour dates.
Bleachers, the new project from Jack Antonoff of fun., performed “I Wanna Get Better” and “Shadow” during a recent appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live. Both singles will appear on Bleachers’ full-length debut album, Strange Desire, which is slated for release on July 15th and is available for pre-order now. Click “continue reading” to watch Bleachers perform “I Wanna Get Better” and “Shadow” now.
Magic Man, the five-piece synth-pop band hailing from Boston, has released the lyric video for new single “It All Starts Here.” The new song will appear on the band’s debut full-length album, Before The Waves, which gets its official release on July 8th. Watch the lyric video for “It All Starts Here” now and pre-order Before The Waves.