Amy Lee Shares Stop Motion “Dream Too Much” Music Video

Last month, Evanescence frontwoman Amy Lee announced her new children's album, Dream Too Much, would be out in September. She shared the title track, and now that song gets a music video. Amy wrote "Dream Too Much" for her two-year-old son Jack, and its lyrics capture childlike imagination. The new stop-motion music video brings these nonsense…

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Picks Of The Month: August 2016

Every month, tons of great new music comes out from a range of artists and genres. Sometimes life is busy and you may miss some songs. Here's a playlist of some of the best new songs that were released in August 2016. Warning: It's a fairly eclectic mix, so don't worry if some of these…

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Gavin DeGraw Shares Music Video For “She Sets The City On Fire”

Last month, Gavin DeGraw released his new single, "She Sets The City On Fire." Today fans can finally see its music video, which Gavin filmed on August 8th. The song's starring lady is a smart girl who's good with numbers and has an inventive mind. The video shows her when she was young, filling up…

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Metallica Announce New Album ‘Hardwired…To Self-Destruct’ – Hear The Title Track

It's been 8 long years since Metallica released their last album, Death Magnetic. But their fans' patience has finally paid off: The band is releasing their new album, Hardwired... To Self-Destruct, this November! The announcement also comes with confirmation of the 12-song tracklist as well as a first listen of their lead single, "Hardwired." "Hardwired"…

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See BANKS’ Music Video For “Gemini Feed”

Earlier this month, BANKS debuted her new song, "Gemini Feed," off her upcoming sophomore album, The Altar. While it was preceded by her 2015 teaser single "Better" and last month's first album track, "F--k With Myself," "Gemini Feed" is the most impressive new song so far. It's as infectious as her best songs on Goddess, but it also explores new territory. It's…

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See Andrew McMahon & Lindsey Stirling’s Music Video For “Something Wild”

Last month, violinist Lindsey Stirling announced her new collaboration with Andrew McMahon In The Wilderness. The pair wrote a new song called "Something Wild," and the single came out on July 15th. Andrew and Lindsey wrote the song forDisney’s upcoming movie, Pete’s Dragon, a remake of the 1977 film of the same name. The updated movie hits theaters on…

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See Gwen Stefani’s Stunning Music Video For “Misery”

Following "Used To Love You" and "Make Me Like You," Gwen Stefani's newest single is the slow-building, amorous "Misery." It is the opening song on her recent third solo album, This Is What The Truth Feels Like. The music video for "Misery" finds Gwen in a rather empty warehouse, wandering around in her fancy gowns and…

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Garbage Unveils Music Video For New Single, “Empty”

Garbage just released their new single "Empty" last month, the first single from their upcoming sixth studio album, Strange Little Birds. After a few weeks of teasing, the "Empty" music video is finally out for all to enjoy. There has been talk of Garbage's new album having a similar vibe to their 1995 debut album, and the music video…

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See Muse’s New Music Video For “Aftermath”

Muse just released their most recent album, Drones, in June 2015. After treating fans to a number of music videos and lyric videos already, the latest clip is for the somber "Aftermath." It's the final song in the main Drones narrative, bringing closure to a tumultuous story and hope for the future. The animated "Aftermath" music video captures…

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Simple Plan Share “Singing In The Rain” Music Video

Simple Plan just released the 4th single from their new album, Taking One For The Team. "Singing In The Rain" is an island-inspired  uplifting song, and while the original featured vocals from R. City, the single version is just Simple Plan. The music video takes us all the way back to the 1960s, and we…

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Natasha Bedingfield & Basto Share Magical New Single, “Unicorn”

Six weeks ago, Natasha Bedingfield suddenly teased fans about a new "surprise project" video shoot for something relating to unicorns. We quickly remembered that "Unicorn" was a song that Natasha had written by October 2013 with the help of Toby Gad and Jef Martens - aka Basto (of Lazy Jay), who has since confirmed his part in the…

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Gwen Stefani Films “Make Me Like You” Music Video Live During Grammys

Gwen Stefani just premiered the music video for her new single, "Make Me Like You" - created live on national television! Directed by longtime collaborator Sophie Muller, it is the first music video ever to be filmed and produced live. The "Make Me Like You" music video aired live during a commercial break for the…

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OK Go Impress With Zero-Gravity Video For “Upside Down & Inside Out”

OK Go have been the kings of viral videos for the last decade, and their latest offering is among their most impressive yet. For "Upside Down & Inside Out," OK Go decided to forgo gravity while keeping with their one-take reputation; this fits the energetic, frenzied song as frontman Damian Kulash sings, "Gravity's just a habit…

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Simple Plan Drops Music Video For New Single, “Opinion Overload”

Simple Plan's new album, Taking One For The Team, is just two weeks away, and we already have another new song to enjoy! "Opinion Overload" is the latest single from the band, and the most rock out of the four songs we've heard so far. It has an old-school Simple Plan sound that's straightforward and…

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Ellie Goulding Shares “Army” Music Video

Ellie Goulding's newest Delirium single is a ballad called "Army," which she wrote for her best friend. The song's new music video keeps with intimate simplicity of the song, showing closeups of Ellie as she sings and laughs with her friends. The video is also interspersed with shots of Ellie performing live. The whole video is in…

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Fall Out Boy’s Latest “Irresistible” Video Recreates NSYNC’s Biggest Hit

Fall Out Boy's latest single, "Irresistible," is back with its third music video. Following the standard release in the UK last year, Fall Out Boy have since added Demi Lovato to the mix. She appeared in the new music video featuring Doug The Pug a few months ago, but now the group has another official…

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Panic! At The Disco Presents Classic “Death Of A Bachelor” Music Video

Panic! At The Disco is getting ready to release their fifth album, Death Of A Bachelor, this January. We've already heard four songs from the album, including singles "Hallelujah," "Victorious," "Emperor's New Clothes," and "LA Devotee." But the now-one-man band is finally ready to unveil the music video for the previously heard title track. "Death Of…

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Andrew McMahon In The Wilderness Releases “High Dive” Music Video

More than a year after releasing his self-titled solo album, Andrew McMahon In The Wilderness is back with his second single, "High Dive." This song is a highlight on the album in which Andrew rewrites history and imagines where he'd be now if things hadn't gone as they did. Last year, Andrew told Buzzfeed about the inspiration behind…

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Kelly Clarkson Shares Personal “Piece By Piece” Music Video Featuring Daughter

Kelly Clarkson first shared "Piece By Piece" last February, just days before releasing her album of the same name. The title track is among the most personal songs Kelly has ever written, and many describe it as a sequel to her 2005 Breakaway hit, "Because Of You." While that ballad documented her parents' divorce and…

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Vanessa Carlton Shares Simple Video For “House Of Seven Swords”

Vanessa Carlton's latest Liberman single is the echoing "House Of Seven Swords," inspired by the advice found in tarot cards. The Seven of Swords card, when reversed, represents mental challenges and breaking free from old habits in order to follow a new path. It symbolizes taking those difficult first steps. As Vanessa told the Wall Street Journal, "The…

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Muse Shares Futuristic Music Video For “Revolt”

Muse released their concept album Drones this June, and the latest single is the rather upbeat "Revolt." While the promo track "Psycho" and the official lead single "Dead Inside" opened up a bleak dystopian world and "Mercy” asked for a change, "Revolt" finally delivers that change with pep and gusto. The "Revolt" music video is set 10 years in the future in…

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The All-American Rejects Debut Reflective “There’s A Place” Music Video

It's been more than three years since the All-American Rejects have put out new music, but their new single "There's A Place" was worth the wait. Tyson Ritter wrote the song for the upcoming comedy-drama film, Miss You Already, in which he also acts alongside Toni Collette and Drew Barrymore. The movie was directed by Catherine…

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Sara Bareilles Evokes Early Broadway In “She Used To Be Mine” Music Video

Sara Bareilles recently released her new single, "She Used To Be Mine," from her upcoming fifth studio album. What's Inside: Songs From Waitress features twelve songs that Sara wrote for the new musical, Waitress, which goes to Broadway next spring. Waitress is based on a 2007 indie movie of the same name that follows Jenna, a…

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Adele Is Back With A Dramatic “Hello” & A Cinematic Music Video

"Hello," Adele croons on her big comeback single. After four years away from the industry, Adele's new lead single is a fitting salutation promising a more of the heartfelt radio hits that filled our souls in 2011. Adele's new album, 25, will be out on November 20th, and our first hint of its sounds comes…

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Panic! At The Disco Share “Emperor’s New Clothes,” Announce Album ‘Death Of A Bachelor’

Panic! At The Disco promised big news come October 22nd, and they didn't lie. In addition to announcing a new album, the band also dropped a new single along with a spooky music video. "Emperor's New Clothes" is the latest single from the band's upcoming 5th studio album, Death Of A Bachelor. The album will…

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Gwen Stefani Shares Simple, Moving “Used To Love You” Music Video

Just last weekend Gwen Stefani debuted a new song live, announcing "Used To Love You" would likely be the next single. Fast forward only three days, and the song has already been played on radio stations nationwide, and the music video is out for all to see. Sophie Muller directed the simple, emotional music video, which…

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Fall Out Boy Re-Imagine “Irresistible” With Help From Demi Lovato And Doug The Pug

Fall Out Boy's latest album, American Beauty/American Psycho, just came out earlier this year, and has been a hit thanks to singles like "Uma Thurman," "Centuries," and the title track. The album opener, "Irresistible," was released as a single in the UK back in February, but the song has now been re-imagined for its US…

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Simple Plan Drops Baywatch-Themed Video For “I Don’t Wanna Go To Bed”

Simple Plan is getting ready to release their fifth studio album, and after a summer packed with promo singles, the band has finally released their official lead single: "I Don't Wanna Go To Bed" has a slick funky groove, amplified by blasting horns and well-placed falsetto vocals. Rapper Nelly also features on the track, bringing the "Summer…

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Vanessa Carlton Debuts Cinematic, Abstract “Operator” Music Video

Vanessa Carlton is getting ready to release her long-awaited fifth studio album, Liberman, in just one week.  After previewing the album with the four-song Blue Pool EP earlier this summer, Vanessa has also released a lyric video for the single "Willows." Her newest single is the pounding "Operator," and today we get the song's dark music video, directed…

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Andrew McMahon’s “Cecilia And The Satellite” Music Video Gets Peter Pan Update

Andrew McMahon In The Wilderness has been getting plenty of recognition for his debut album's lead single, "Cecilia And The Satellite." The song has been steadily gaining attention since its release last year, and now appears in the new Warner Brothers remake of Peter Pan. In conjunction with the recent release of the movie, "Cecilia And The…

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Lana Del Rey’s “Music To Watch Boys To” Gets Enchanting, Tropical Music Video

Lana Del Rey just released her fourth studio album, Honeymoon, on September 18th. It's a stunning blend of Born To Die and Ultraviolence, and mixes old-style jazz and grandiosity with subdued "muddy trap." Lana's latest single, "Music To Watch Boys To," is one of the highlights on Honeymoon.  With a lush, jungle atmosphere and rich…

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