Haim Announce New Album 'Something To Tell You' Album; Release Paul Thomas Anderson-Directed Video for 'Right Now'
The sibling trio, who are performing on Saturday Night Live on May 13, also released a Paul Thomas Anderson-directed video of them playing the first official taste of music from the upcoming release, "Right Now."
“Most Girls” stands out as another undeniable hit from the singer. Over an energized beat and danceable bounce, she dynamically delivers the empowering chant, “I wanna be like most girls.”
Frontman Alex Gaskarth elaborated on the song and video concept: “Volume 3: Life of the Party: An anthem for a million hazy, wasted, restless nights; melancholy undertones full of waking regret and clumsy self-indulgence. It speaks to the part of who we are that always wants to please, trying to live up to the expectations of the spotlight pointed back at us. We try so hard to become what we think the world wants, that sometimes we lose touch with who we really are.”
Styles will be on the road in support of his self-titled debut album that drops globally on Friday May 12. The 10-track album features the lead single “Sign of the Times,” which topped the charts in over 84 countries upon release day. The album was executive produced by Jeff Bhasker, with additional production from Alex Salibian, Tyler Johnson and Kid Harpoon, and is available for preorder at www.hstyles.co.uk.
Frontman Matty Healy broke the news public on today (Apr. 27) during an interview on Beats 1 Radio. A release date is yet to be announced at this stage. Various quotes from the interview can be found below.
You can watch the music video for the first single "Young and Menace" below.
According to an interview with the New York Times, the Bankrupt! follow-up “came out of darkness,” as it was recorded in Paris, a city that’s been rife with political and social tensions and plagued by multiple terrorist attacks over the last few years. In fact, on the night of the tragic Bataclan attack, guitarist Christian Mazzalai found himself trapped in a studio where they had been recording after police officials issued a citywide shutdown.
KROQ have announced Paramore, Lorde and Lana Del Rey are amongst the few who are confirmed to play their inaugaral Weenie Roast on Saturday, May 20th at the StubHub Center in Carson.
The line-up also includes Incubus, Imagine Dragons, Cage The Elephant, 311, DREAMCAR, Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness, Judah & The Lion, New Politics, and The Revivalists.
Tickets go on sale on Friday, April 28 at 12pm PDT.
The band's rendition of the fan-favorite track is part of Spotify's new series, Green Day: The Early Years.