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Matt Pryor + "Kinda Go to Pieces" Music Video

Music Video: Matt Pryor (Get Up Kids) Embraces Inner Guitar God in “Kinda Go to Pieces” Featuring Eric “Mean” Melin

Get Up Kids frontman Matt Pryor teams up with 2013 Air Guitar World Champion Eric “Mean Melin” Melin for “Kinda Go to Pieces” music video. The video features Mean Melin following Matt through daily life — encouraging him to embrace his rock-Godness. “Kinda Go to Pieces” appears on Pryor’s recent album Wrist Slitter, out now. Click “continue reading” to see the official music video for Matt Pryor’s “Kinda Go to Pieces.”

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The Used + "Cry" + Music Video + Imaginary Enemy Tracklist

Music Video: The Used Release Official Video for “Cry” From New Album Imaginary Enemy

Rockers The Used premiere the official music video for new single “Cry,” which appears on their upcoming sixth studio album Imaginary Enemy, out April 1st. The video, directed by Gus Black, takes the viewer on a captivating journey through dark, cinematic storytelling. Watch the official music video for “Cry” by The Used now and see the official tracklist for Imaginary Enemy.

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Paramore + Ain't It Fun Official Music Video

Music Video: Paramore Set 10 World Records During “Ain’t It Fun” Official Music Video

Paramore set 10 (fun!) official world records in the premiere of their music video for new single “Ain’t It Fun.” The band set records for things like most feathers caught in 30 seconds, fastest time to run through 10 banners, and fastest time to smash 30 clocks with guitars. No joke. Watch the official music video for “Ain’t It Fun” by Paramore now.

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Goldfrapp + Tales of Us + Live Cinema Performance + Trailer

Goldfrapp Announces Tales of Us Live Cinema Event on March 4th + Film Trailer

Goldfrapp, aka singer-songwriter Alison Goldfrapp, has announced a special cinema viewing of the 30-minute film inspired by her new album Tales of Us on March 4th, followed by a live performance transmitted from the Air Studios in London. This is the first time the film will be shown in its entirety as it was intended to be viewed. Click “continue reading” to learn more about the special event and watch the Tales of Us trailer.

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