The Wrap-Up: This Week in Music + 12 Cuts
The Wrap-Up brings you the 5 largest music news stories of the week, as well as information about new album and music video releases. This week: an album announcement, two new music videos, and more!
twenty one pilots release music video for “Heavydirtysoul”
The genre-defying duo continue the momentum of their whirlwind year with an explosive new video for “Heavydirtysoul.” Check out the vid above, and relive their concert in Providence last month with our pics from the show!
Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness releases new LP
This is NOT a drill. 12 Cuts veteran and hipster extraordinaire Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness released his second album, Zombies on Broadway, today! Check out the lead single, “Fire Escape,” in our playlist below.
K.Flay announces new album, releases first single
Big news from K.Flay this week: the “Blood in the Cut” singer is releasing a new album, entitled Every Where is Some Where, this April! To get fans excited about the LP, K.Flay penned a short piece sharing her inspiration for the album, and released the first single, “Black Water,” on February 3rd. Check out the new track above, and reminisce on K.Flay’s WBRU Winter Warmer performance with our show review!
Muse announce tour
— muse (@muse) February 6, 2017
Bust out your merch and finish learning the lyrics to Drones, ’cause Muse are going on tour! (*squeals*) The British rockers are slated to hit the road this summer with Thirty Seconds to Mars and PVRIS. Find concert dates and tickets here!
Depeche Mode drop new music video
Today, English rock band Depeche Mode released the music video for “Where’s the Revolution,” the lead single from their forthcoming album Spirit. The black-and-white clip sports a dystopian feel, depicting people performing for a dictator. Check out the “Where’s the Revolution” video above, and grab Spirit when it drops in March!