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Listen to Placebo’s emotive new single ‘Happy Birthday In The Sky’
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Listen to Placebo’s emotive new single ‘Happy Birthday In The Sky’

Placebo have shared an emotive new song, ‘Happy Birthday In The Sky’ – listen to it below. READ MORE: Soundtrack Of My Life: Placebo’s Brian Molko It’s the final single to be released from the band’s upcoming new album ‘Never Let Me Go’, which arrives on March 25. It follows on from previous singles ‘Beautiful James‘, ‘Surrounded By Spies‘ and ‘Try Better Next Time‘. Speaking about the new single, Brian Molko said: “’Happy Birthday In The Sky’, for me, is one of the more heartbreaking moments on the album. ‘Happy Birthday In The Sky’ is a phrase that I’ve been using for quite some time. When I say, happy birthday to people who aren’t with us anymore, it communicates the kind of heartbreak that we’re really, really good at communicating I think. “You know that sense of loss, that sense of d...
Weezer’s Rivers Cuomo launches ‘Wordle’ spin-off ‘Weezle’
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Weezer’s Rivers Cuomo launches ‘Wordle’ spin-off ‘Weezle’

Weezer frontman Rivers Cuomo has announced Weezle, a version of Wordle that tasks fans with guessing a Weezer lyric in just six tries. READ MORE: Why ‘Wordle’ is all over your timeline Announced via Twitter last night (March 3), Cuomo shared that “if you like Wordle and Weezer, you’ll probably like Weezle“. As to what Weezle involves, fans will find that it’s the same premise as Wordle: a free browser game that gives you six tries to guess the correct word of the day. However, unlike Wordle, Weezle‘s word of the day will only consist of lyrics from a Weezer song. You can play Weezle here. If you like Wordle and Weezer, you'll probably like Weezle. https://t.co/uj0TvkDQOb — Rivers Cuomo (@RiversCuomo) March 3, 2022 Since Wordle became hugely popular in January 2022, there’s been no shortag...
EXO’s Suho says success of ‘Squid Game’ has inspired him to aim for Hollywood
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EXO’s Suho says success of ‘Squid Game’ has inspired him to aim for Hollywood

EXO member Suho has shared his goals for the future, following the end of his two-year military service. READ MORE: Kai: “To me what’s important is my feelings, my emotions” In a recent interview with The Rolling Stone, the EXO leader opened up about the different milestones he wishes to reach, now that he has officially been discharged from the South Korean military. One goals in particular is eventually star in a Hollywood production, an ambition which was recently inspired by the global success of K-dramas, such as Netflix’s smash hit Squid Game, over the past year. “Squid Game became popular while I was gone,” he pointed out. “I thought about how now that Korea and our actors have captured the world’s attention, it would give me a bigger chance to star in a Hollywood movie.” Suho als...
The Weeknd announces North American stadium tour with Doja Cat
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The Weeknd announces North American stadium tour with Doja Cat

The Weeknd has announced a slew of North American stadium concerts – dubbed the ‘After Hours Til Dawn’ tour – that are set to begin in July and run until early September. READ MORE: The Weeknd – ‘Dawn FM’ review: soulful star meets a new day with hope and hindsight The singer will kick off the run in his native Toronto on July 8 before heading to Philadelphia, New York, Chicago, Miami, Atlanta, Las Vegas, Vancouver, San Francisco, Los Angeles and more. He’ll be joined on the road by special guest Doja Cat – the two linked up on ‘You Right’ from Doja’s album ‘Planet Her’ last year. See tour dates below. Tickets will go on sale March 10 local time. According to a press release, these dates are just the first leg in a world tour that will also includes stops in Mexico, South America, Asia, Au...
Listen to Red Hot Chili Peppers’ new single ‘Poster Child’
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Listen to Red Hot Chili Peppers’ new single ‘Poster Child’

Red Hot Chili Peppers have shared new song ‘Poster Child’, the second to be lifted from their forthcoming album ‘Unlimited Love’. RED MORE: Red Hot Chili Peppers: “We feel fresh, like a new band” The band’s latest sees frontman Anthony Kiedis rattle off a staggering litany of namedrops, beginning with “Melle Mel and Richard Hell were dancing at the Taco Bell” before referencing Billy Idol, Robert Plant, Ulysses Grant, Parliament, Led Zeppelin, Thin Lizzy, Ramones, Judas Priest, Duran Duran, Motörhead and plenty more. That’s backed by an even more groove-heavy instrumental than usual. Flea and Chad Smith nimbly play off each other, with John Frusciante filling the track out with understated, wah-filtered guitar chords. Listen below: Red Hot Chili Pepper announced ‘Unlimited Love’ last mont...
Listen to Ezra Furman’s new song ‘Point Me Toward the Real’
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Listen to Ezra Furman’s new song ‘Point Me Toward the Real’

Ezra Furman has shared a new song – her first for the year – titled ‘Point Me Toward the Real’. The track was produced by John Congleton, and features horn arrangements by Nate Walcott of Bright Eyes along with backing vocals from Shannon Lay and Debbie Neigher. READ MORE: Ezra Furman – ‘Twelve Nudes’ review It’s a slow-burning ballad that tells a story about the narrator’s first night after being released from a psychiatric facility. “Point me toward the real motherfuckers, point me toward the real / I’ve been lied to and abuse, time to try to heal,” Furman sings above moody synths. Listen to ‘Point Me Toward the Real’ below: “This is a neo-soul song about getting released from a psychiatric hospital, which has never happened to me,” Furman said in a statement. “But really it’s a song ab...
Jack Harlow to make acting debut starring in ‘White Men Can’t Jump’ reboot
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Jack Harlow to make acting debut starring in ‘White Men Can’t Jump’ reboot

Jack Harlow will make his acting debut starring in an upcoming reboot of Ron Shelton’s 1992 sports comedy White Men Can’t Jump by 20th Century Fox. As Deadline reports, the rapper was offered the role after his first ever screen audition. The original film starred Wesley Snipes and Woody Harrelson as street basketball hustlers who team up to go for a bigger score. Harlow will star in Harrelson’s role as Billy Hoyle. The remake is being directed by filmmaker Calmatic based off a script by Doug Hall and Kenya Barris, who is also producing through his Khalabo Ink Society company. Hall, along with pro basketballer Blake Griffin, Ryan Kalil, Noah Weinstein and E. Brian Dobbins will executive produce. It’s not Harlow’s first foray into the world of basketball, with the rapper having played as pa...
Stromae announces Wembley Arena show for 2023
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Stromae announces Wembley Arena show for 2023

Stromae has announced that he’ll be bringing his ‘Multitude’ tour to London next year with a one-off show at Wembley Arena. The Belgian singer-songwriter (real name Paul Van Haver) is set to release his long-awaited third album ‘Multitude’ tomorrow (March 4). It’s his first full-length release in almost a decade, following 2013’s ‘Racine Carrée’. During his hiatus from his own music, he worked on music videos for the likes of Billie Eilish and Dua Lipa. His headline show at the OVO Arena Wembley takes place on May 4, 2023. Tickets go on sale next Friday (March 11) at 10am – you can get them here. Elsewhere on the European leg of his ‘Multitude’ tour, Stromae will also perform in Amsterdam, Cologne, Berlin and Rome. You can see the full list of dates below. View this post on In...
Dave shares video for wavy new track ‘Starlight’
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Dave shares video for wavy new track ‘Starlight’

Dave has dropped off his first music of 2022, a wavy new track titled ‘Starlight’ – you can watch the song’s video below. READ MORE: Dave – ‘We’re All Alone In This Together’ review: stunning sequel lives up to his debut The self-produced track, which follows the rapper’s 2021 album ‘We’re All Alone In This Together’, hears him celebrate his life’s wins over a hummed rendition of ‘Fly Me To The Moon’, the 1954 classic made famous by the likes of Peggy Lee and Frank Sinatra. “It’s hard to hate on the truth I’m livin’/ Enough man hate with the lies instead/ Countin’ cash with the phone to my ear/ I feel like Meek on the private jet/ Life or death, five-five, eyes, thighs, potential wifey/ Industry, respected highly, in the street, protected,” Dave raps on the track’s chorus. Released alongsi...
Iron Maiden’s summer Ukraine and Russia shows cancelled due to ongoing conflict
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Iron Maiden’s summer Ukraine and Russia shows cancelled due to ongoing conflict

Iron Maiden have announced that their upcoming summer shows in Ukraine and Russia have been cancelled due to the ongoing conflict between the neighbouring countries. READ MORE: Iron Maiden – ‘Senjutsu’ review: an imaginative instant classic The band were set to perform at VDNG in Kyiv, Ukraine on May 29 before visiting VTB Arena in Moscow Russia on June 1 as part of their 2022 ‘Legacy Of The Beast’ world tour. Sharing a statement on social media, Iron Maiden said “the promoters have cancelled the two Iron Maiden shows” due to the “ongoing situation in Ukraine”. “We are very sorry to announce that due to the ongoing situation in Ukraine, the promoters have cancelled the two Iron Maiden shows scheduled for May 29th in Kyiv and June 1st in Moscow on the 2022 Legacy Of The Beast World Tour,” t...
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