Now, up until this point, I’ve wondered about the longevity of fun.’s insane fame. With Some Nights being – in my opinion – one of the best pop albums in the last 5+ years, the guys have a lot on their plates. However, coming off of 2 Grammys and an already-platinum record, I think it’s safe to say fun. are here to stay…for a long time. After seeing their live show, I am certain they’ll stay on top.
We couldn't be more excited to exclusively reveal a new Conditions song called "Walking Separate Ways." It comes from the band's upcoming full-length, Full Of War. Head to the group's AP.net profile or listen to the track in the replies (It works for supported mobile devices now!). Leave your thoughts as well and let's appreciate how epic the Conditions' new record will be. You can check out preorders here and here.
So when we got this all rolling we didn’t expect it to be so crazy. But we weren’t kidding when we said we had the album done- so why wait? It means the world to us the way you have welcomed us back. “Save Rock and Roll” now out early, April 15/16 worldwide.
Original vocalist Donny Thomas has rejoined Oh, Manhattan. The band is currently in the studio recording a new EP titled A Generation in Peril, which is due out this summer.
Emerging from what seemed to be a permanent hiatus, Oh, Manhattan returns with some new members, new material, and one hell of a story to tell. The hiatus began when key members, including Hance Alligood joining Woe, Is Me, left the band, but original vocalist and lyricist Donny Thomas has now officially rejoined. Donny is teaming up once again with guitarist Cody Gray, the two main writers of Spiritual Warfare, and the duo will be joined by returning guitarist Chris Branton as the only remaining members of Oh,...
Louis XIV frontman Jason Hill formed a new project dubbed Vicky Cryer. He collaborated with members of Muse, The Killers, The Mars Volta, Jamiroquai and more on the debut album, The Synthetic Love of Emotional Engineering, which is due out April 16th. Details are in the replies.
3. Krokodil Tears
4. Touch You
5. The Synthetic Love of Emotional Engineering
6. Expensive Love
7. Lady and the Tramp
8. Young Love
9. I'll Take the Pain
10. A Single Cut (Is Worth A Thousand Words)
We’ve decided to take a hiatus from active status. This does indeed mean we will not be playing Block Party in New Orleans. Usually this type of announcement would be accompanied by a longwinded rant about how unique our struggle was, how every ending is a new beginning, or something else equally stupid and bullshitty. I’d rather just leave it at this:
We were a band. Maybe someday we will be again. We’ve had some amazing times, and we truly appreciate those of you who’ve contributed to our existence. We’ve never been a supercool hype band or uberpunx beardy band, so we thank each and every one of you who listened to our music over the...
Josh Groban's All That Echoes is the number one album this week, selling 145,000 copies. Tim McGraw came in at number two with 107,000 copies sold, Now Forty-fucking-Five is number three with 87,000 copies sold. Overall album sales totaled 5.81 million units, up 11% compared to last week, and down 15% compared with the comparable week in 2012. Year to date album sales stand at 32.30 million, down 5% compared to the same total at this point last year. Some other notable sales from the past week can be found below.