Danny Wagner, Jake Kiszka, Josh Kiszka, Sam Kiszka (Photo by Matthew Daniel Siskin)
Greta Van Fleet releases its first new song in more than a year, “My Way, Soon” (Lava/Republic Records.) The song is a liberating and jubilant track that celebrates and reflects the band’s personal transformation over the past three years. Also released is the track’s companion music video, which was shot, edited, and directed by the band.
Foo Fighters (Photo by Brantley Gutierrez)
YouTube Music and the National Independent Venue Association (NIVA) today announce Save Our Stages Festival, #SOSFEST, a three-day virtual music festival featuring all original content on Friday, Oct. 16, through Sunday, Oct. 18, via NIVA’s YouTube channel.
Bleached (Photo by Joey Mullen)
Bleached — the Los Angeles-based duo of sisters Jessica and Jennifer Clavin — release an anthemic new single, “Stupid Boys.”
Future Islands (Photo by Justin Flythe)
Baltimore new wavers Future Islands release As Long As You Are, the band’s sixth studio album, this week via 4AD. That same day, Future Islands livestreams a special concert performance, titled “A Stream of You and Me” via Noon Chorus on Friday, Oct. 9.
HAERTS (Photo by B.Asch)
Critically acclaimed duo HAERTS, consisting of Nini Fabi and Benny Gebert, have returned to add a new chapter to their lifelong creative and romantic partnership with the release of their new single “For the Sky” featuring Ed Droste out today on Rix Records / The Orchard & Humming Records.
Joseph (Photo by Louis Browne)
Pop-rock sister trio Joseph “use harmony like an emotional conveyor belt” (so says Paste), and they are sure to fill your home with harmony during a three-show run via NoonChorus on Thursday, Oct. 8, Friday, Oct. 9, and Saturday, Oct. 10, with each night dedicated to a different album by the band.
Jeff Tweedy (Photo by Sammy Tweedy)
Wilco frontman Jeff Tweedy releases his new solo album, Love Is the King, on Oct. 23 via dBpm Records, with the physical release following on Jan. 15. Today, Jeff gives another taste of the record with new single/video “Gwendolyn.”
Bishop Briggs (Photo courtesy Island Records)
Alt-pop powerhouse and platinum recording artist Bishop Briggs releases her newest track, “HIGHER,” via Island Records. The standout track is packed with an upbeat tempo, catchy melody, and soulful backup vocals, all blended together by Bishop’s signature belts, making it the perfect feel-good anthem.
GWAR (Photo courtesy the band)
GWAR are currently in the midst of the 30th anniversary celebration of “Scumdogs of the Universe.” This includes two Drive-In shows set for Richmond, Virginia, on Oct. 10 as well as the release of 30th anniversary editions of the Scumdogs of the Universe.
Kandisha and Falcons (Photo courtesy Sacks & Co.)
Producer Falcons and LA rapper Kandisha debut a new song, “Ride,” and its accompanying video.
The track was inspired by Black Lives Matter protests across the country, and recorded after the two artists attended a march together in Los Angeles earlier this year.