In the replies you can watch the first music video The National have released from their upcoming album, for the song "Sea of Love" that they debuted on Fallon last month. Trouble Will Find Me is out May 21st via 4AD.
Today we are premiering a new acoustic live video from Sugar Glyder for "Love Run Low," performed at Earshot Records in Greenville, SC. Hit the replies to watch the video. The song comes from their recently released album, The Eyes: They See. The band will soon join The Orphan, The Poet and Squid the Whale as support for You, Me, and Everyone We Know from May 10th-May 18th followed by a quick Northeast stint with Paper Route from May 23-May 25th.
Tim Lambesis (As I Lay Dying) has been arrested over accusations that he hired an undercover detective to kill his estranged wife.
Lambesis was taken into custody on Tuesday in Oceanside, California, after he solicited help from the detective, the San Diego County Sheriff's Department said in a statement. Police had previously learned Lambesis was seeking someone who could commit the slaying, the department said.
Here's what I'll say, there are no details or anything set in stone. But I actually was with Tom a few days ago and earlier this year we wrote quite a bit of music, 7 songs. More than half an album worth of material... He's been busy doing, who knows what he's doing...
Taking Back Sundayjust tweeted the following: "Sorry we've be [sic] quiet for a minute over here. Just living a little life, writing a little music and making plans. We will fill you in soon." Nothing earth-shattering certainly, but perhaps something for TBS fans to get excited about in the near future. Stay tuned!
Continuing their eventful week, The Lonely Island have released the artwork for their upcoming release The Wack Album, which you can find in the replies. In addition to Kendrick Lamar and Adam Levine on 'YOLO,' the album will feature guest spots from Green Day's Billie Joe Armstrong, Lady Gaga, Solange, Pharrell Williams, T-Pain, and, of course, Justin Timberlake.
Pop culture site Buzzfeed posted a music video called "Punch (Let's Be Real)" that went viral (not because it's good or entertaining). The Brothers (formerly The Great Valley) created a pop-punk version of the song which was posted about on the site. Listen to it in the replies.