Are you excited as much as us for Demi Lovato’s upcoming North American tour?! Well, today is your lucky day.
ATP! has teamed up with Live Nation to give our readers the chance to win a pair of tickets to a date of their choice (list of select dates can be found below) of the "Really Don’t Care" singer’s fall tour with Christina Perri and MKTO.
Taylor Swift has announced that her long-awaited new album is titled 1989 and is scheduled to be released on October 27th.
In addition, the superstar premiered the first single from her fifth studio full-length titled "Shake It Off," which she played during her Yahoo Livestream event earlier today (August 18th).
Hilary Duff’s brand new single "Chasing The Sun" has surfaced online and can be streamed by clicking read more.
The track, which is taken from the singer’s yet-to-be-titled album due later this year, will be officially released tomorrow (July 29th) via Island Records.
Echosmith have announced they will be hitting the road this fall.
The LA indie-pop four-piece are set to join American Authors on select dates of their upcoming US tour alongside Oh Honey and The Mowgli’s.
LIGHTS has announced her new album is titled Little Machines and will be released on September 23rd.
In support of the release, the Canadian electro-pop star will be hitting the road this fall.
You can listen to the first single "Up We Go," check out the album artwork, track listing and tour dates by clicking read more.
Pierce The Veil have announced they will be heading out on a world tour alongside Sleeping With Sirens.
You can find the dates of the North American leg of the tour (with Beartooth and This Wild Life) and watch a video of Vic Fuentes and Kellin Quinn confirming the news by clicking read more.
All Time Low’s third studio album Nothing Personal was released five years ago today (July 7th, 2009).
Take a trip down memory lane and listen to the band’s hit packed release in its entirety by clicking read more.
Ed Sheeran performed an acoustic cover of 5 Seconds Of Summer’s "She Looks So Perfect," as part of his recent live session for the UK radio station, Capital FM.
You can listen to the "Lego House" singer’s rendition of the track by clicking read more.
5 Seconds Of Summer have released a new song titled "Kiss Me Kiss Me," which can be streamed by clicking read more.
The track, which was co-written with All Time Low frontman Alex Gaskarth, is taken from the Aussie pop-rock four-piece’s self-titled debut album that drops on July 22nd via Capitol Records.
Former My Chemical Romance frontman Gerard Way has released his debut single "Action Cat," which can be streamed by clicking read more.
The track is taken from the singer’s upcoming solo album, that drops this fall.
"This is the thing. I have ADD and I have this company that was a hobby that I built into a real thing," says Tom DeLonge when describing his recently launched company, To The Stars. "We do entertainment stuff, technology stuff and we build brands. I have the ability, which is probably a bad thing, to do a bunch of weird shit however I want. As long as I don’t tank it, they are pretty supportive!"
The San Diego native’s previous hobby has now expanded into an empire based out of Southern California, which is also home to his other business ventures Macbeth Footwear and Modlife – a technology that creates fan clubs for artists, with an impressive roster spanning from the likes of Pearl Jam to Kanye West to Nine Inch Nails.
“Indefinite hiatus” were the words Tigers Jaw left us with when they announced the departure of several band members including primary vocalist/guitarist Adam McIlwee in March last year, just a few weeks before a string of summer tours was due to kick off. Faced with the frankly heartbreaking prospect of never hearing from the group ever again, the majority of their fanbase went all Ross Geller on the situation – taking their announcement more as a “break up” than “a break”. Nevertheless, Ben Walsh (vocals/guitar) and Brianna Collins (vocals/keys) followed through with the tours, enlisting members of label-mates Basement to fill the gaps, and it didn’t take long before Run For Cover announced that the original members of Tigers Jaw had “reformed” to release a 7” single – the prelude to their fourth studio album, Charmer.
Not for this to sound like an elegy for their career (although it is, in a sense, an elegy for an era), but if Charmer is to be the last album that features all original members of Tigers Jaw, thus bringing this particular chapter to an end, then they have closed the book with a seriously defiant slam. Charmer is undoubtedly one of their strongest releases to date. Arguably, it is their best.