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: new tracks, new tours, and a surprise!
Fall Out Boy release new track
This week, Fall Out Boy shared a new song from their upcoming LP M A N I A. The track is named "Champion," and it follows as the second single after "Young and Menace." The album, due on September 15th, is the band's first full-length since 2015's American Beauty/American Psycho. Find their tour schedule here.
Tyler, the Creator teases something in 7 days
Although Tyler, the Creator recently canceled his European tour, he has kept busy developing TV shows for Adult Swim and Viceland. His latest album Cherry Bomb, was released two years ago in 2015. Find his cryptic tweet below:
Explosions in the Sky have their own shoes!
Explosions in the Sky teamed up with Emerica to release two new pairs of customized shoes. The first is the all-black WINO G6, and the other is a colorful WINO Cruiser, featuring artwork from Explosions' latest album The Wilderness. Watch a video about their collaboration below. Order the shoes here, and catch the band on tour.
Lana Del Rey invites you to her birthday party
Lana Del Rey turns 32! To celebrate, she threw a public party at Los Angeles’ 1Oak club on Thursday, June 22nd and invited fans. In other Lana news, the songstress recently previewed “Change” in an Instagram clip. Her upcoming album Lust for Life is due on July 21, and it was announced with a cryptic trailer.
I just want to say thank you for each and every birthday wish I'm so lucky because I have u! Thanks for making it a beautiful day ❤️Lana pic.twitter.com/Wh7yXBtlod— Lana Del Rey (@LanaDelRey) June 21, 2017
Future announces world tour
Future has announced a new tour, from the summer until October. The Future Hndrxx tour supports both of his releases this year, FUTURE and HNDRXX. Earlier in 2017, Future became the first artist to have two different No. 1 albums two weeks in a row. Find the full tour dates in his tweet below: