(Seasons) We’ve been waiting on THIS DAY! Future Islands have released their new album ‘Singles’ today!
The trio have already had a whirlwind 2014. They absolutely tore Late Show with David Letterman, killed it at SXSW and were award the 2014 Grulke prize for Developing US Act.
Now its time to hear what the dang fuss is all about!
Watch the Letterman performance here:
Future Islands – Singles
1. Seasons (Waiting On You)
3. Sun In The Morning
5. Back In The Tall Grass
6. A Song For Our Grandfathers
7. Light House
8. Like The Moon
9. Fall From Grace
10. A Dream Of You And Me
Future Islands - Singles is out now via 4AD / Remote Control.
NYC group Ratking have released their incredible new song featuring King Krule ‘So Sick Stories’. The song comes off their forthcoming debut ‘So It Goes’. Watch the and see the group getting up to some no good with King Krule
Their debut album So It Goes will be released on Friday the 4th of April via Hot Charity / Remote Control
FasterLouder asked Queens of the Stone Age fans to submit their questions for frontman Josh Homme recently and here is the responses in full HD format. Find out what Homme’s fave ice cream is and his view on The Grammys.
QOTSA Tour Dates:
Tuesday, March 11 – Arena, Perth
Thursday, March 13 – AEC Arena, Adelaide
Friday, March 14 – Rod Laver Arena, Melbourne
Saturday, March 15 – Rod Laver Arena, Melbourne
Monday, March 17 – Entertainment Centre, Brisbane
Wednesday, March 19 – Vector Arena, Auckland
Saturday, March 22 – CBS Canterbury Arena, Christchurch
Monday, March 24 – The Odeon Theatre, Hobart (QOTSA only)
This morning Melbourne based 9-piece soul collective premiered their video for the current single Born To Break You Heart via Pages Digital.
The film clip follows the police exploration of a shocking crime scene at a motel. It features blood, guts and tears. We are given the police footage as well as a sharp visual contrast between reality and the twisted perspective of our ruthless killer.. vocalist Nkechi Anele.
Saskwatch return after 2012’s universally acclaimed debut Leave it All Behind with their richer and more diverse sophomore record Nose Dive. Counter-intuitive to the band’s trajectory, the title serves as a commentary on life’s highs and lows – themes which are continuously explored throughout the record.
Saskwatch - Nose Dive 1. Give Me A Reason
2. You Don’t Have To Wait
3. Left Me To Die
4. Born To Break Your Heart
5. Keep Me In Mind
6. Call Your Name
8. Is It True?
9. A Love Divine
10. Tomorrow’s Promises
11. Now That We’re Alone