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Last week, new wave overlords Duran Duran announced their forthcoming album Future Past, and they dropped the lead single “Invisible,” which features guitar from Blur’s Graham Coxon. Last night, the band played “Invisible” for the first time at the Billboard Music Awards, the same show where Drake accepted an Artist Of The Decade award with his son. For the performance, Coxon joined Duran Duran. But the band didn’t just perform “Invisible.” They turned it into a medley with a couple of their undeniable bangers.

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UK new wave greats Duran Duran have never really stopped making music, but they’ve gone through quiet periods. It’s been nearly six years since the group released Paper Gods, their last album. Today, they’ve announced plans to release a new album called Future Past, and they’ve also dropped a new single called “Invisible.”

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Blur guitarist also recorded soundtrack for upcoming book, due out March 2021 For more, check out: RollingStone.com (Source)

Tom Petty would’ve turned 70 this week. Every year, the late legend’s family and friends celebrate his birthday with a festival in his Gainesville hometown. This year, like so many other festivals, Tom Petty’s Birthday Bash was held as a livestream, and a whole lot of big names showed up to pay their respects. Following…

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Dominic Fike was born at the end of 1995, and so was his musical aesthetic. Fike, a singer, guitarist, and rapper from Naples, Florida, looks like a hypermodern rap-adjacent pop star — he has an Apple logo tattooed on his face where many people put a teardrop, rocks a loosely androgynous style highlighted by a…

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Bastille’s electrifying new song might feel like a bit of a surprise release, not least to the band themselves, but as frontman Dan Smith says, “We finished the song, and it felt urgent. We didn’t want to sit on it.” A thunderous, furious, short sharp shock, “WHAT YOU GONNA DO???” feat. Graham Coxon comes after the dust settled on the band’s acclaimed third album Doom Days—the final installment in a trilogy that’s spanned eight years and brought Bastille multi-platinum sales, global success and a position as one of the world’s most-streamed bands. Fans may have grown accustomed to albums arriving with fully formed, meticulously executed, creative ecosystems, but this time it’s all change. “This next phase feels like a new beginning. It’s about completely tearing up our process, being spontaneous, and starting again,” Dan states. “We’re just really excited by the new songs. I think we’re making some of the best music we’ve ever made. We want to put it out now and not wait for the whole album to be done before anyone starts to hear it. This is about where we are now and hearing us in real-time.” Produced by Dan and Mark Crew, it’ll surprise anyone who thought they knew what to expect from the band—the song features Graham Coxon on […] For more, go to: TheGirlsAtTheRockShow.com (Source)