Death Cab for Cutie took to Twitter yesterday to let fans know that they’re hard at work recording their eighth album.
“We didn’t want to write songs anymore that were just like a boy band recording songs. We wanted to be able to feel these songs. That’s how the best songs come out. It’s all emotional, it’s feeling,” Nick Carter said.
Country fans are already growing familiar with Sheryl Crow’s first country single, “Easy,” which has been climbing the charts since first released earlier this year. Now that song has a ‘home.’ Today, Crow announced a release date […]
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“This album is literally split down the middle,” Ne-Yo explained. “One half is strictly for my R&B fanbase and the other is the pop fanbase.”
The two “American Idol” alums trade verses on “Can’t Stop Loving You,” which appears on the veteran rock band’s brand new album.
“I wanted every emotion on the record to take up one slot,” says Taylor in a CBS Local interview. That way, “no matter what you’re going through, if you need a song, you can find it.”
“Different albums represent different chapters in my life,” says Taylor in this CBS Local video interview.
As she’s been doing each Monday all month, she previewed a clip of the song on “Good Morning America,” then will have it for sale on iTunes later tonight.
Taylor previewed another new song this morning, “I Knew You Were Trouble,” which will be released on iTunes tonight. She also released a track listing for her upcoming album “Red.”
In the build-up to the release of her new album, “Red,” on Oct. 22, Taylor Swift is unveiling a new song each week. Today, the new song is “Begin Again.”
Titled “Red,” Taylor Swift says “there’s nothing beige” about the feelings she wrote about on her new album, which hits stores this fall.
The singer also debuted a new tattoo of the album name on her arm, Tweeting, “New ink, new album,” while fans try to guess what ARTPOP is an acronym for.
Cher is pretty excited about the new music she’s been working on. As if you couldn’t tell from her tweets.
Bassist Ted Dwayne said that the band’s hectic tour schedule over recent years took a toll on their personal lives, but added inspiration to the album.
David Gray says that he’s written a lot of songs for his new album, but his own perfectionism is making it hard to finish the recording.
Alanis Morissette fans in Europe are among the first to see the singer perform songs from her upcoming album, ‘Havoc and Bright Lights.’ These shows not only mark the singer’s return to the stage since announcing the details of her new record, but since becoming a mom.
Dave Matthews Band have announced that their eighth studio album, Away From the World, will hit shelves on September 11, 2012. Fans have already gotten a taste of the album’s sound, with the band regularly performing some of the record’s songs on their current tour.
Fans of the Dave Matthews Band now have a month to look forward to as they patiently wait for the band’s new studio album. In an exclusive interview with Mix 104.1′s own Cali, DMB bassist Stefan Lessard revealed that the as-yet untitled LP arrives in September.
Most people aren’t happy to be stuck in the hospital. But most people aren’t Pink.
Mumford & Sons will release their sophomore album on September 24th, as announced from the stage by keyboardist and vocalist Ben Lovett at the Pinkpop Festival in the Netherlands this weekend.
50 Cent has no more patience for marketing plan hold-ups or record company tinkering. Now that he’s finally dropped his free mixtape, the Lost Tape, he has his sights set on an album that will drop this summer, with or without his record label’s blessings.
Keeping their promise from this past March, Matchbox Twenty has announced the name of their upcoming single hitting next month and the album to come in September.
No Doubt has announced the release date of what will be their sixth album, their first album since 2001’s Rock Steady.
Between all of their engagements, Mumford and Sons have been working on a new album, promised to be an “evolution, not revolution,” which keyboard player Ben Lovett confessed that the band is have finished recording a new album.
For their latest album, Picture Show, Neon Trees looked to Hollywood for inspiration and came out with something a little bit dark and ended up coming full circle on their feelings about Los Angeles.