Natasha Bedingfield Confirms New Track, “Love Looks Like”

A couple of weeks ago, Natasha Bedingfield teased a special Valentine's Day "thing," and she asked fans to participate. What that thing was remained a mystery until today. Natasha plans to release a new song called "Love Looks Like." She joins Art House for the new track. Natasha didn't divulge when the new music will…

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Amy Lee Releases “Love Exists,” Cover Of Italian Song

Amy Lee, the frontwoman of Evanescence, is known for her diversity in music, especially recently. Since releasing the self-titled third Evanescence record in 2011, Amy has taken on some exciting projects of her own. Early last year, she released a 4-song EP of covers she recorded. Today she's back with another cover, this time of…

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Hear Katy Perry’s New Single, “Chained To The Rhythm”

Katy Perry has been steadily working on her upcoming album, the followup to 2013's Prism. Our first single from the still-unnamed record is "Chained To The Rhythm," featuring Skip Marley. The midtempo dancehall song takes Katy further into political territory, a natural progression from her enthusiastic support of Hillary Clinton last year. Though some fans may…

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Michelle Branch Is Back! Hear Her Comeback Single, “Hopeless Romantic”

It's been a while since we got a Michelle Branch album. 14 years, to be exact. And while we've gotten some singles and EPs since Hotel Paper came out way back in 2003 - including a foray into country music and the lead single from a still-unreleased album - 2017 marks Michelle's long overdue return.…

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Hear Evanescence’s “Lost Whispers” & Updated “Even In Death”

Back in September, Evanescence announced a huge vinyl boxset of all their albums - not just Fallen, The Open Door, and Evanescence, but even Origin. In addition to those albums, The Ultimate Collection also included a vinyl of b-sides and rarities. This bonus record, called Lost Whispers, contains previously released bonus tracks, from "Missing" to "Secret…

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Garbage Covers Cat Stevens’s “Where Do The Children Play?” For Charity

Garbage has contributed a cover of Cat Stevens's 1970 song, "Where Do The Children Play?," to a new United Nations charity album. The compilation, Music To Inspire: Artists UNited Against Human Trafficking, includes more than 30 different artists and 60 different songs that fight against slavery and human trafficking. It's an honorable effort and a worthy cause.…

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Picks Of The Month: January 2017

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. So we created a playlist of some of the best new songs that came out in January 2017. These pop and rock songs are just what you need to ring in the…

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Ed Sheeran Shares Athletic “Shape Of You” Music Video

At the beginning of the year, Ed Sheeran returned from his online hiatus to share not one, but TWO new tracks off his upcoming third studio album. While “Castle On The Hill” is a nostalgic track, the minimalist “Shape Of You” taps into Ed's into sensual side. Last week “Castle On The Hill” came to life in a…

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Kelly Clarkson Country Demo “Soap & Water” Snippet Leaks

Kelly Clarkson is no stranger to country music. She boasts numerous country duets, not to mention a couple solo country singles of her own. Kelly has also talked about releasing a country album a few times, and with a few country leaks floating around the internet, fans are rightfully excited to hear it. Our latest leak is…

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Natasha Bedingfield Planning Special Valentine’s Day “Thing”

Natasha Bedingfield is plotting something special for this Valentine's Day! She posted a Facebook video today asking fans what love looks like to them. She wants fans to send in pictures or videos describing love. These submissions will be used in a "thing" she's releasing on Valentine's Day. It sounds pretty exciting, but what is this "thing"…

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Andrew McMahon Releases Final Promo Single, “Don’t Speak For Me (True)”

Andrew McMahon In The Wilderness has been steadily getting fans ready for his upcoming sophomore album, Zombies On Broadway, out February 10th. The first single, "Fire Escape," came out last summer. But fans have also heard their fair share of promo tracks as well. So far we've enjoyed listening to "Brooklyn, You're Killing Me," "Walking In My…

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Kelly Clarkson Joins Aloe Blacc On ‘The Shack’ Soundtrack

Kelly Clarkson has been busy recording her highly-anticipated 7th studio album, a soulful record and her first under Atlantic Records. A single should be out in April, with the album expected in June. While there's still a ways to go, it looks like our first new Kelly song of 2017 will be a soundtrack song…

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Ed Sheeran Offers Glimpse Into Past In “Castle On The Hill” Music Video

A few weeks ago, Ed Sheeran returned from his online hiatus to share not one, but TWO new tracks off his upcoming third studio album. While "Shape Of You" takes Ed into romance territory, "Castle On The Hill" is more nostalgic. Today, the uptempo, guitar-based "Castle On The Hill" comes to life in a new…

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Vanessa Carlton Announces ‘Earlier Things Live’ EP

Just three months ago, Vanessa Carlton released her first live album ever with Liberman Live. The record included eight live recordings, all of songs off her 2015 album, Liberman. Now, Vanessa is already preparing a second live release with Earlier Things Live. As the name suggests, this EP is comprised of pre-Liberman songs from her albums Rabbits…

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OK Go Gets Political With Cover Of Morrissey’s “Interesting Drug”

Two days ago, OK Go frontman Damian Kulash hosted an impromptu Facebook live video to let fans know the latest. He had two exciting bits of news: OK Go is filming another music video, and they were planning to release a new song this week. Though they originally planned to release it on Tuesday, the…

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Banks Inspires Horror In Bold “Trainwreck” Music Video

Just four months ago, Banks released her second album, The Altar, the follow-up to her impressive debut, Goddess. The Altar continues Banks' unique sound, pushing the boundaries while inviting the listener into her world. Singles "F--K With Myself" and "Gemini Feed" announced the record, and now The Altar gets its third single and music video with "Trainwreck." "Trainwreck"…

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Avril Lavigne Reveals New Lyrics & Possible Song Titles

Avril Lavigne is gearing up to release a new album in 2017, and it seems that she's as excited as her fans are. At the end of last month, Avril teased lyrics from a song possibly called "Warrior." This month, she's pushing the "Warrior" hint again along with a new title: "Crush" or "Crushed." Check…

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Green Day Releases Timely “Troubled Times” Lyric Video

Green Day is well-known for their politically charged music, so it should come as no surprise that their latest Revolution Radio lyric video is for the increasingly relevant "Troubled Times." The song describes the many problems we face today as we find history repeating itself. The lyric video is as elaborate as a regular music video.…

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Avril Lavigne Appears On New Song “Listen” With ONE OK ROCK

It's been a while since we've heard any new music from Avril Lavigne. Other than her charity single, "Fly," and a collaboration with Nick Carter on "Get Over Me" in 2015, it's been quiet for fans. While she's actively working on a new album, due out later this year, fans can now enjoy her new…

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See The Weeknd’s Eerie, Retro “Party Monster” Music Video

The Weeknd just released his third studio album, Starboy, in November. Just before it dropped, The Weeknd shared "Party Monster" and "I Feel It Coming" with his eager fans. Both songs also appeared in his short film, "MANIA." Now, "Party Monster" gets its own official music video. It follows the full-length clips for "Starboy" and "False…

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We’re “So Close” To New Andrew McMahon In The Wilderness Album

Andrew McMahon In The Wilderness is always generous with the promo singles in the lead-up to a new album. His second record under this moniker, Zombies On Broadway, will be out in just one month, and we've already heard three of its songs. Our fourth taste of the new album comes with "So Close." "So…

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Ed Sheeran Releases Two New Singles From Upcoming Album, ÷

Ed Sheeran's year-long hiatus has finally ended, and his comeback was well worth the wait. He just announced that his third album, ÷ (pronounced "divide") will be out on March 3, 2017. And while we still have two months to go, he generously offered up not one, but TWO new singles. "Castle On The Hill" and…

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Avril Lavigne Teases “Warrior” Lyrics From Possible New Single

Just a few days ago, Avril Lavigne announced that she will release a new album in 2017. She didn't offer a concrete timeframe other than the year, but now it looks like the new music may be coming sooner than later. Today she added fuel to the hype with a behind the scenes look at…

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Avril Lavigne Promises New Album In 2017

It's no secret that Avril Lavigne has had a few tough years. After months of mounting concerns, in April 2015 Avril revealed that she was battling Lyme disease. She didn't let that get her down, though, and channeled her illness into new music. She released a charity single, "Fly," that year, and signed on to…

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Watch Amy Lee’s “The End Of The Book” Music Video

Three months ago, Amy Lee released her first children's album, Dream Too Much. The music is stunningly different than the Evanescence tunes we're used to hearing from her. The new mother has proven her diversity and skill, and the album is a welcome addition for any young family. She announced plans to release a music…

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Andrew McMahon In The Wilderness Teases “Walking In My Sleep”

Andrew McMahon In The Wilderness has been gradually preparing fans for his upcoming sophomore album, Zombies On Broadway. After the peppy "Fire Escape" and the spoken-word heavy "Brooklyn, You're Killing Me," Andrew's latest album preview comes with "Walking In My Sleep." Ever since Andrew left his previous band, Jack's Mannequin, he's moved in a more…

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Picks Of The Month: November 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. So we created a playlist of some of the best new songs that came out in November 2016. It’s a fairly eclectic mix, so don’t worry if some of these songs are…

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Simple Plan Celebrates Season With New Song, “Christmas Every Day”

Way back in 2002, Simple Plan finished off their debut album, No Pads, No Helmets... Just Balls, with a festive song called "My Christmas List." For the last 14 years, that's been their only holiday song. Until now. Simple Plan has finally updated their Christmas spirit with a new song called "Christmas Every Day". The…

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Simple Plan Shares Heartwarming “Perfectly Perfect” Video

Two months ago, Simple Plan's released a lyric video for their ballad, "Perfectly Perfect". Now the single has a proper music video that brings life to the sincere lyrics. In the song, Pierre Bouvier describes all the little things he loves about his wife, even if she sees them as flaws. Beauty is in the eye of…

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Review: The Weeknd Shines Bright On ‘Starboy,’ One Of The Best Albums Of 2016

The Weeknd (Abel Tesfaye) is one of those rare talents that seemingly comes out of nowhere before entrancing you with his original and consistently striking music. He suddenly appeared on the music scene in 2010 with a series of mixtapes - eventually packaged as the compilation Trilogy in 2012 - before releasing his first studio album,…

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See OK Go’s Latest Mind-Blowing Video For “The One Moment”

OK Go is back with another mind-blowing video! "The One Moment" is the fourth music video from their 2014 album, Hungry Ghosts. After enjoying "The Writing's On The Wall" and "I Won't Let You Down" that year, it wasn't until early 2016 that we got "Upside Down & Inside Out." And now another 9 months later, "The One Moment" is…

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