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Bad Suns are setting the bar incredibly high for this summer. With their dreamy new single “Heaven Is A Place In My Head” hitting streaming this week, the group are channeling the energy they exude onstage into the track. Painting vivid imagery through lyrics such as, “Summer nеver lasts as long as you want it […]

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The Cure’s Robert Smith has followed up his 2020 guest turn with Gorillaz with a new collaboration, this time duetting with frontwoman Lauren Mayberry on Chvrches’ new single “How Not to Drown” off the band’s just-announced new album Screen Violence. Listen to the new song right here.

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CHVRCHES have enlisted the help of the Cure’s Robert Smith to release their emotional new single, “How Not To Drown.” The deeply vulnerable track is about coming back from a place you thought you’d never return from when the stress and pressure of everything make it impossible to escape and bounce back to your true […]

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CHVRCHES’ new single features the Cure’s Robert Smith, and the Scottish trio’s fourth album, “Screen Violence,” comes out in August. There’s a live date in December at the Palladium.

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The Cure frontman Robert Smith just teamed up with Chvrches on the new song “How Not To Drown,” the lead single from their new album Screen Violence. But when he joined Zane Lowe on Apple Music 1 today to discuss the collaboration, he also mentioned some new music of his own. Smith has been talking about releasing new Cure albums for years now, but it seems like he has a solo album in the works too.

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Scottish indie pop outfit CHVRCHES and The Cure‘s Robert Smith have teamed up for “How Not to Drown,” which also happens to be the first song off the band’s upcoming fourth studio album, Screen Violence. The album will be released on Aug. 27 on Glassnote Records. The tune is the second to be released…

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After teasing a Robert Smith collaboration, Chvrches have released their single “How Not To Drown” with the Cure singer, and announced their fourth album Screen Violence, out this summer. The album marks a decade of the band, and it was conceived through video calls and audio sharing programs during the pandemic.

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Screen Violence will be released this August For more, check out: RollingStone.com (Source)

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AFI are continuing to deliver a slew of diverse tracks ahead of their first album in more than four years, Bodies. “Dulcería” and “Far Too Near” mark the latest from their 11th album out June 11 via Rise Records. With the release of the two new singles and a music video for “Dulcería,” AFI continue […]

The post AFI unveil captivating new song “Dulcería” co-written by Billy Corgan appeared first on Alternative Press.

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When blink-182 announced the collaborations for their upcoming album, the message-board grumblings were loud. The additions seemed too mainstream for a band who often mocked pop culture.  On the other hand, making a play at distant fanbases can only help the scene. If Pharrell fans turn back to blink-182, maybe they’ll get a taste for, […]

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