Will they or won’t they release an album this year? That’s the question U2’s fans have been asking for months.
Through all the confusion, U2 has officially remained committed to releasing the LP this year, despite reports that he was not satisfied with the work. Now, thinking has again shifted, with the band feeling confident about their new material and going ahead with plans to put out the No Line on the Horizon follow-up this year.
In our interview, Carney spoke about no longer being music’s favorite underdogs, why he reads reviews (but maybe shouldn’t) and how he plans to make amends with Justin Bieber over a hefty helping of Jell-O meat.
The guys debuted the Danger Mouse-produced track on the British television show, Later…With Jools Holland, showing a bit of restraint, something we’re not used to from the blues rock duo.
Ohio rockers the Black Keys have released “Fever,” the band’s first new song in almost three years off their eighth album, once again produced by Danger Mouse.
Broken Bells’ video for their new single “Holding on For Life” takes place in a world far, far away. Where cosmic dance parties lead to utter heartbreak.
Broken Bells announced that their new album is called ‘After The Disco,’ but from the sounds of a new teaser, the record seems like it was inspired directly by the disco era.
U2 have been working on their 13th studio album, which could see its release by the end of the year. Will they delve into their past to forge into the future? Here are five directions the new U2 album could be going.
U2 are finally wrapping up their new album in New York, which has been in the works since their 2009-2011 world tour. It will be their first studio release since 2009’s No Line On The Horizon.
The Black Keys are the Energizer Bunnies of rock ‘n roll. Constantly touring yet always itching to get back into Dan Auerbach’s Nashville studio, the duo revealed in an interview with CBS Local that they’ll begin work on their eighth album, a follow-up to 2011’s “El Camino,” early next year.