The UK’s hottest export, 1975 are currently touring across the country on their highly-anticipated spring tour.
ATP’s very own photographer, Amanda Jensen was at the recent stop in Sacramento, CA to snap some great photos from the show!
Remaining dates and ticket information for the tour can be found here.
Paramore have announced they will be “releasing” a limited edition run of their new single "Ain’t It Fun," and the cover art is coincidentally enough similar to Justin Bieber’s 2012 Believe album.
Could the band be responding to the Canadian pop idol allegedly using Paramore fan art for the cover of his new recent single? We couldn’t possibly comment..
You can check out the spoof cover artwork for the "Ain’t It Fun" singles and JB’s Believe album by clicking read more.
Justin Bieber dropped a new single earlier today (April 28th) titled "We Were Born For This," but the artwork to accompany the track…looked fairly similar to something else that we all know and love.
That’s right! The cover to Paramore’s 2007 Riot album! And it’s worth noting the band have a track (well..very close) of the same name titled, "Born For This."
Coincidence? Or maybe JB is a huge Paramore fan like the rest of us! You decide…
Tonight Alive vocalist Jenna McDougall has revealed the band will start writing their new album shortly.
The band, who just wrapped up their North American spring tour, will commence writing album number three when they return home.
A message from Jenna confirming the news can be found by clicking read more.
5 Seconds Of Summer bassist Calum Hood recently revealed in a new interview the release date of the band’s long-awaited debut album.
When speaking with Seventeen Magazine, the Aussie native confirmed the pop/rock quintet’s full-length will see the light of day on July 22nd.
You can read an excerpt from the article by clicking read more.
One Direction kicked off their "Where We Are" world tour last night (April 25th) in Columbia.
Curious to see what the British pop sensations are playing? Check out the set list from the show by clicking read more.
Say Anything have released a brand new song titled "Six Six Six," which features guest vocals from the multi-talented Sherri DuPree-Bemis of Eisley!
The track, which can be streamed by clicking read more, also features vocals from Andy Hull of Manchester Orchestra and Jon Simmons of Balance and Composure.
Paramore were the special musical guest on last night’s episode (Apri 23rd) of NBC’s Late Night with Seth Meyers.
The Tennessee trio performed their new single "Ain’t It Fun," which can be viewed by clicking read more.
Avril Lavigne’s new controversial music video for "Hello Kitty" has been a hot button topic of conversation this week.
The Canadian rocker has responded to the overwhelming number of comments the video has been getting since it hit the internet on Tuesday.
You can read what Avril had to say by clicking read more.
Tigers Jaw have announced the second leg of their upcoming summer tour.
The Pennsylvania indie-rockers will support Touché Amoré on a 28-day trek across North America.
You can find the band’s entire touring schedule by clicking read more.
Echosmith will have their music featured in five episodes of this current season of MTV’s hit-comedy series, Awkward.
According to Seventeen, the band will also be a part of the show’s storyline. The cast is actually supposed to attend an Echosmith concert in an upcoming episode, but deal with a million obstacles that prevent them from getting there in time.
An excerpt from the magazine article can be found by clicking read more.
While catching up with Alter The Press, Mariel Loveland diagnoses her room as a total disaster. “It’s actually shocking… I have two suitcases packed at the moment, one from two tours ago and one from the one we just came back from.” Between taking her band Candy Hearts on the road with pop/rock favorites We Are The In Crowd, recording a highly-anticipated full length, and releasing an enormously catchy new single, it’s no wonder why Loveland is a tad bit behind on her laundry.
Before adventuring on tour with We Are The In Crowd, Loveland knew that the upcoming shows would be drastically different from those that Candy Hearts had played in the past. Regularly finding themselves sharing the stage with pop-punk bands, members of Candy Hearts would often receive negative feedback on their music from the audience. “Of course I love playing pop-punk tours, cause you have that sort of cross-over, but it’s like at every pop-punk show there’s kids who are open to the kind of music we play, and the kids that absolutely can’t stand it.” Thinking back to being on the road with WATIC, Loveland expresses, “It was amazing!” She continues, “Everybody was so receptive and so nice, and it was just really exciting.”