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Against The Current and Alex Goot Cover David Guetta's "2U"

Against The Current and Alex Goot have released a cover of David Guetta's "2U," which can be viewed below.

PVRIS Release New Song "Half"

PVRIS have released "Half," the third track from their long-awaited album All We Know of Heaven, All We Need of Hell.

“Half” follows the recent release of “What’s Wrong” and “Heaven,” and all three songs are available as instant downloads by clicking here to pre-order the album ahead of its August 4 release date.

Lights Releases New Song "Skydiving"

Lights has unveiled the video for "Skydiving," a new song from her upcoming album Skin&Earth, which can be viewed below.

The song is the follow-up to her recently released single "Giants," and corresponds directly with Issue 1 of the album's companion comic book series - Skin&Earth #1 - which is on sale now via Dynamite Entertainment.

Echosmith Release New Single "Goodbye"

Echosmith have released their new single "Goodbye," which can be streamed below.

The track is taken from the band's long-awaited sophomore album, Inside A Dream, that drops September 29 via Warner Bros.

Demi Lovato Releases New Single "Sorry, Not Sorry"

Demi Lovato has released her new single "Sorry, Not Sorry," which can be streamed below.

Coming off of a successful start to 2017, being named one of Time magazine's 100 Most Influential People in the Spring and teaming up with Fabletics for her own charitable athletic wear collection, Demi is also releasing an album later this year.

Niall Horan Announces "Flicker Sessions 2017" World Tour

Niall Horan has announced announces that he will embark on the "Flicker Sessions 2017" tour later this year. Horan has spent the past year working on his debut solo album and will now bring his new music to fans in a series of intimate shows. Each ticket purchased for the "Flicker Sessions 2017" also includes a physical copy of Horan's forthcoming album.

Opening on home turf in Dublin, and then moving on to London, Stockholm, Sydney and Tokyo, Horan will play the Hollywood Palladium in Los Angeles on September 19, then head to Mexico and Rio De Janeiro. The run will include a show at New York City's historic Beacon Theatre (October 31) plus concerts in Toronto, Miami, Atlanta, Nashville, Dallas and Phoenix. It concludes on November 22 at The Masonic in San Francisco.

Echosmith Announce New Album 'Inside A Dream' and North American Fall Tour

Echosmith have announced they will release their long-awaited sophomore album, titled Inside A Dream, on September 29 via Warner Bros.

The first single "Goodbye" is scheduled to be released this Friday (July 14).

Following the album release, the band will embark on a 6-week North American tour, kicking off October 5 in Kansas City, MO. Dates can be found below.

The All-American Rejects Release Two New Songs

After teasing new music, frontman Tyson Ritter released a pair of tracks -- "Sweat" and "Close Your Eyes" -- Thursday (July 6), along with an 11-minute-long film directed by Jamie Thraves.

In the visual, Ritter leads a double life as both Robert, a suit-wearing family man, and Betsy, the cross-dressing sex worker he transforms into at night. And while the two new singles seem unrelated at first listen -- "Sweat" being a thumping, anthemic head-banger along the lines of 2008's "Gives You Hell," while "Close Your Eyes" is a heartfelt ballad -- the video ties them together by the finale.

Paramore Debut "26" Live in Stockholm

Paramore performed "26" for the very first time tonight (July 7) at their sold out show in Stockholm.

You can watch a fan-shot recording from the show below.

ATP! Premiere: Mother Mother - “The Drugs" (Live)

To celebrate the release of Mother Mother's new EP No Culture: Live Sessions, we're pleased to be giving fans a taste of what to expect with an exclusive premiere of a live version of the band's latest single "The Drugs".

The six-track EP, featuring 6 live and acoustic versions of songs from their latest full- length album No Culture, is available now through all digital retailers.

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