Track Listing 01) Robyn – Dancing On My Own
02) Fun. – Sight Of The Sun
03) Harper Simon – Wishes And Stars
04) Santigold – Girls
05) White Sea – Overdrawn
06) Grouplove – Everyone’s Gonna Get High
07) Sleigh Bells – Infinity Guitars
08) Tegan & Sara – Fool To Cry
09) The Echo-Friendly – Same Mistakes
10) Icona Pop – I Love It
11) Belle & Sebastian – I Don’t Love Anyone
12) The Troggs – With A Girl Like You
13) Fleet Foxes – Montezuma
14) Oh Land – White Nights
15) Generationals – Yours Forever
16) The Vaccines – Wreckin’ Bar (Ra...
Johnny Minardi (Former A&R of Fueled By Ramen) is selling a bunch of rare vinyl from Fall Out Boy, Paramore, Panic! At The Disco and more. He's also donating part of the auction money to Hurricane Sandy relief. Check out what he has to offer and fill in your collection.
Mike Easterlin is the new general manager for Fueled By Ramen Records. He will be splitting his time between running the label and head of promotion for Roadrunner Records. Joe Calitri, former general manager of Fueled by Ramen, left the company yesterday.
Twenty One Pilots will release their new album, Vessel, on January 8th. Their new single, "Holding On To You," comes out September 11th.
01) Ode to Sleep
02) Holding On To You
04) House of Gold
05) Car Radio
08) The Run and Go
09) Fake You Out
10) Guns for Hands
A Rocket to the Moonreveal some new album details: 13 tracks, one is a piano ballad co-written with songwriter Jason Reeves. Another features guest vocals from both Stephen from Love and Theft, and Liz Huett (Taylor Swift's backup vocalist), and the album should be out in early Summer. The band comments, "I think it sounds like an old school classic rock, a kind of rock and roll vibe with a little bit of country flavour. There is influence from anyone from Bruce Springsteen to The Beatles to Johnny Cash. It’s really cool."
Fueled By Ramen regrets to announce that, due to a recurring shoulder injury and impending surgery for Sublime With Rome bassist Eric Wilson, the second night of the FBR15 concert series, scheduled for September 8th at New York City's Terminal 5 has been cancelled. The bands originally scheduled for the September 8th show will move to the remaining two nights of FBR 15. Unfortunately Recover is no longer performing at the shows. Click here to see the lineup for the remaining shows.