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Fontaines D.C.

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Watch Billie Eilish; stream Foo Fighters, Fontaines D.C., KEM, Lukas Nelson and more.

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Watch Chicano Batman and Fontaines D.C.; stream the Adult Swim Festival, Queens of the Stone Age, Live from Reykjavík

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A bunch of artists have released covers today that are exclusive to the streaming service Deezer. Fontaines D.C. does the Beach Boys, Ela Minus takes on Björk, BENEE covers Amy Winehouse’s “Back To Black,” and Gus Dapperton tries Bruce Springsteen’s “I’m On Fire.” These covers are collected in a new compilation album called InVersions, which…

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Yesterday was the one-year anniversary of Daniel Johnston’s death. As a tribute to the beloved outsider singer-songwriter, New York’s Electric Lady Studios organized Honey I Sure Miss You, a tribute concert featuring Phoebe Bridgers, Waxahatchee, Jeff Tweedy, Beck, Devendra Banhart, the Lemon Twigs, Kevin Morby, Fontaines D.C., and more covering Johnston’s songs. Watch all of…

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With everything falling apart around us, the need for honest sounds is great. On A Hero’s Death, Irish post-punks Fontaines D.C. offer up “anthems full of sulking, threatening poetry.” Guest reviewer Ken Layne weighs in on their punk rock poetry and fervor.

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When we first met Fontaines D.C., they were already exciting. Between early singles like “Hurricane Laughter” and “Boys In The Better Land” and raw and exhilarating gigs in Dublin, everything seemed to point towards them being one of the best in a sudden swell of young guitar bands coming from the UK and Ireland. Still,…

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Rock bands aren’t supposed to get big anymore, but apparently no one told Fontaines D.C. The young Dublin quintet took the world by storm just over a year ago with their bracing mixture of raw guitar-beating energy and a distinctly Irish sense of poetry. Fronted by Grian Chatten, who speak-sings in a heavy brogue, the…

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AC/DC launches a series of videos celebrating the 40th anniversary of “Back in Black;” also stream Fontaines D.C., Angel Olson, Woodyfest, Pauline Oliveros and more.

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Fontaines D.C. are about a month out from releasing their sophomore album, A Hero’s Death. The Dublin band have shared two singles from it so far — the title track and “I Don’t Belong” (plus covered The Jesus And Mary Chain in between that) — and today they’re back with the album’s third single, “Televised…

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