The xx Release “Say Something Loving” Video

The xx Release “Say Something Loving” Video
From Their New Album I See You
Night + Day Brixton Festival Starts Tomorrow in London
The xx today release the video for “Say Something Loving.” Filmed in the band’s hometown of London, the video was directed by renowned photographer and filmmaker Alasdair McLellan, who also directed the video for previous single “On Hold” (which was shot in Marfa, Texas). “Say Something Loving” is taken from The xx’s hugely acclaimed third album I See You, which debuted at #1 in the UK and #2 in the U.S. album charts on release in January.
Of the video, The xx say “We wanted to celebrate our home town and revisit some of the places that reminds us of our friendship when we were growing up. We're so happy to be back home and so excited to begin our Night + Day residency in Brixton this week!”
Watch “Say Something Loving” HERE
Meanwhile, The xx launch their Night + Day Brixton festival tomorrow (Wednesday March 8) in London. The festival runs for eight days from March 8-15 and features a remarkable program of events across multiple areas of the arts. In addition to The xx’s record-breaking run of seven sold out shows at London’s legendary 5,000 capacity O2 Academy Brixton, Night + Day Brixton will feature a series of creative collaborations with musicians, producers, DJs, local partners and charities that The xx are passionate about.
The xx will soon return stateside for an extensive North American tour, kicking off April 14 with a penultimate mainstage slot on the first night of Coachella and further dates in San Francisco, Portland, Seattle, Chicago, Austin, New York and more, many of which are already sold out. Visit thexx.info/tourfor tickets and more information.

                                                                           The xx Live 2017 

March 8 /// O2 Academy Brixton /// London, UK – SOLD OUT
March 9 /// O2 Academy Brixton /// London, UK – SOLD OUT
March 10 /// O2 Academy Brixton /// London, UK – SOLD OUT
March 11 /// O2 Academy Brixton /// London, UK – SOLD OUT
March 13 /// O2 Academy Brixton /// London, UK – SOLD OUT
March 14 /// O2 Academy Brixton /// London, UK – SOLD OUT
March 15 /// O2 Academy Brixton /// London, UK – SOLD OUT
March 17 /// Motorpoint Arena /// Cardiff, UK
March 23-25 /// Festival Estereo Picnic /// Bogota, Columbia
March 25 /// Lollapalooza /// Sao Paulo, Brazil
March 31 /// Lollapalooza /// Buenos Aires, Argentina
April 1 /// Lollapalooza /// Santiago, Chile
April 14 /// Coachella /// Indio, CA—SOLD OUT 
April 15 /// Bill Graham Civic Auditorium /// San Francisco, CA—SOLD OUT
April 16 /// Bill Graham Civic Auditorium /// San Francisco, CA—SOLD OUT 
April 19 /// Mesa Amphitheatre /// Phoenix, AZ
April 21 /// Coachella /// Indio, CA—SOLD OUT
April 23 /// Rose Quarter Memorial Coliseum /// Portland, OR
April 24 /// WaMu Theater /// Seattle, WA—SOLD OUT
April 25 /// Doug Mitchell Thunderbird Sports Centre /// Vancouver, BC
April 28 /// The Palace Theatre /// St. Paul, MN—SOLD OUT
April 29 /// The Eagles Ballroom /// Milwaukee, WI
May 1 /// Aragon Ballroom /// Chicago, IL—SOLD OUT
May 2 /// The Masonic Temple Detroit /// Detroit, MI
May 3 /// Jacobs Pavilion /// Cleveland, OH
May 5 /// Express Live! /// Columbus, OH
May 6 /// Merriweather Post Pavilion /// Columbia, MD
May 8 /// South Side Ballroom /// Dallas, TX—SOLD OUT 
May 9 /// Revention Music Center /// Houston, TX—SOLD OUT
May 10 /// ACL Live at the Moody Theater /// Austin, TX—SOLD OUT
May 11 /// ACL Live at the Moody Theater /// Austin, TX—SOLD OUT
May 12-14 /// Shaky Knees /// Atlanta, GA
May 14 /// The Red Hat Amphitheater /// Raleigh, NC
May 16 /// Stage AE /// Pittsburgh, PA
May 17 /// Skyline Stage at the Mann /// Philadelphia, PA
May 19 /// Forest Hills Stadium /// New York, NY
May 22 /// Echo Beach /// Toronto, ON
May 23 /// Echo Beach /// Toronto, ON—SOLD OUT
May 24 /// Parc Jean-Drapeau /// Montreal, QC
May 26 /// Thompson’s Point /// Portland, ME
May 26-28 /// Boston Calling /// Boston, MA
June 8-11 /// Bonnaroo /// Manchester, TN
July 6 /// NOS Alive /// Lisbon, Portugal
August 10 /// Oya Festival /// Oslo, Norway
August 11-13 /// Flow Festival /// Helsinki, Finland
August 15 /// Sunset Festival /// Sigulda, Latvia
August 17 /// Pukkelpop Festival /// Hasselt, Belgium
August 18-20 /// Lowlands Festival /// Biddinghuizen, Netherlands
September 7-10 /// Bestival /// Dorset, U.K.
September 10 /// Lollapalooza /// Berlin, Germany

The xx online:
Official / Instagram / Twitter / Facebook

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Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers have added more dates to their 40th Anniversary Tour, produced by Live Nation. New concerts have been added in Seattle at Safeco Field on August 19 and at Pepsi Live at Rogers Arena in Vancouver on August 17. Both of these shows will feature special guests The Lumineers.

Additionally, due to overwhelming demand, second shows have been added in both Boston on July 21 and Philadelphia on July 29. Previously announced dates in both cities are sold out.

Tickets for the newly announced shows in Seattle and Boston will go on sale on Monday, February 13 at 10am local time, and Philadelphia at 12pm local time. Tickets for the Vancouver show will go on sale on Tuesday, February 14at 10am local time.

Tom Petty will be honored this Friday February 10 as the 2017 MusiCares Person of the Year, in celebration of his extraordinary creative accomplishments and significant charitable work. Proceeds from the annual Person of the Year tribute—now in its 27th year—provide essential support for MusiCares, which ensures music people have a place to turn in times of financial, medical and personal need. Artists performing songs written by Tom Petty in Petty’s honor at the awards ceremony in Los Angeles include Foo Fighters, Don Henley, Norah Jones,Taj MahalRandy NewmanStevie Nicks, Gary Clark Jr.Jeff Lynne,George StraitJackson BrowneChris Hillman and Herb PedersenElle KingRegina Spektorthe Lumineersthe Head And The Heart, the Shelters and more. For more information, please visitwww.musicares.org

To further commemorate the 40th anniversary of their self-titled debut album, Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers have released two companion vinyl box sets featuring their entire studio album repertoire. Both box sets are now available via UMe and Reprise/Warner Bros. All LPs in the limited-edition box sets have been pressed on 180-gram vinyl with replica artwork. Several of these albums have been out of print on vinyl for years and most albums have been re-mastered for this release. 

Further details on the band’s 40th Anniversary Tour and career-spanning vinyl box sets are available at www.tompetty.com.

*with special guest Joe Walsh
†with special guest Chris Stapleton
‡with special guest Peter Wolf
§with special guests The Lumineers

April 20 /// Chesapeake Energy Center /// Oklahoma City, OK*
April 22 /// American Airlines Center /// Dallas, TX*
April 23 /// Verizon Arena /// Little Rock, AR*
April 25 /// Bridgestone Arena /// Nashville, TN*
April 27 /// Philips Arena /// Atlanta, GA*
April 29 /// Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion /// Houston, TX*
May 2 /// Frank Erwin Center /// Austin, TX
May 5 /// Perfect Vodka Amphitheatre /// West Palm Beach, FL*
May 6 /// Amalie Arena /// Tampa, FL*
May 8 /// FedEx Forum /// Memphis, TN*
May 10 /// StateFarm Center /// Champaign, IL*
May 12 /// Scottrade Center /// St. Louis, MO*
May 13 /// Klipsch Music Center /// Indianapolis, IN*
May 29-30 /// Red Rocks Amphitheatre /// Morrison, CO 
June 2 /// Sprint Center /// Kansas City, MO*
June 3 /// Xcel Energy Center /// St. Paul, MN*
June 5 /// Wells Fargo Arena /// Des Moines, IA*
June 7 /// Schottenstein Center /// Columbus, OH*
June 9 /// PPG Paints Arena /// Pittsburgh, PA*
June 10 /// Quicken Loans Arena /// Cleveland, OH*
June 12 /// US Bank Arena /// Cincinnati, OH*
June 14 /// XFINITY Theatre /// Hartford, CT*
June 16 /// Prudential Center /// Newark, NJ*
June 17 /// Mountain Jam Festival /// Hunter, NY
June 29 /// Wrigley Field /// Chicago, IL† 
July 1 /// Wells Fargo Center /// Philadelphia, PA
July 2 /// CMAC Performing Arts Center /// Canandaigua, NY 
July 5-6 /// Marcus Amphitheater-Summerfest /// Milwaukee, WI† 
July 15 /// Air Canada Centre /// Toronto, ONT
July 18 /// DTE Energy Music Theatre /// Detroit, MI
July 20-21 /// TD Garden /// Boston, MA‡
July 23 /// Royal Farms Arena /// Baltimore, MD
July 26-27 /// Forest Hills Stadium /// Queens, NY
July 29 /// Wells Fargo Center /// Philadelphia, PA‡
August 17 /// Pepsi Live at Rogers Arena /// Vancouver, BC§
August 19 /// Safeco Field /// Seattle, WA§
For complete tour and ticket information, visit livenation.com

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Todd Rundgren Spans Generations And Genres On 'White Knight' Out May 12 On Cleopatra Records

Todd Rundgren Spans Generations And Genres On 'White Knight' Out May 12 On Cleopatra Records

Album Features Guests Robyn, Trent Reznor, Dam Funk, Daryl Hall, Donald Fagen, Joe Walsh, Bettye Lavette, Joe Satriani + More
Todd Rundgren – the iconic songwriter, recording artist, producer and innovator – will release his newest album ‘White Knight’ on May 12 via Cleopatra Records. The 15-track collection features a dynamic range of original songs and deft studio work by Rundgren, with an incredible array of guests to match, including Dam Funk, Donald Fagen, Daryl Hall, Bettye Lavette, Robyn, Joe Satriani, Joe Walsh, and others. Today Pitchfork unveiled album track “That Could Have Been Me” featuring Robyn. Listen here: http://bit.ly/2mLKLKk
The songs on ‘White Knight,’ all Rundgren originals or co-writes with some of the album guests, range from hip-hop flecked funk and dystopian synth rock to soaring ballads and crisp power pop. Album opener “Come” swirls with oscillating rhythms and sweeping layers of synths. More squiggling synths drive the feature with Daryl Hall, “Chance For Us,” giving way to a rich sax solo and a punchy, squelching bass line. Robyn soars on the pop anthem “That Could Have Been Me,” while Todd and Donald Fagen harmonize on the timely political jab “Tin Foil Hat.” “‘Cause the man in the tin foil hat / is sitting on the throne tonight / it kinda feels like a coup e’tat / but its gonna be great, tremendous, amazing and all that.”
"It's easy to get used to playing to your own audience, even if you are absorbing and experimenting with new ideas. I wanted to collaborate not just for the musical possibilities, but also to play for new audiences and expose my fans to the range of artists I enjoy working with." – Todd Rundgren
Says the New Yorker: “Over the course of his four-decade career, Rundgren has a been a prog-rock pioneer, a blue-eyed soul vocalist, an A-list producer, and above all, a restless presence, never willing to settle.” In addition to his own trailblazing catalog, Rundgren has produced critical landmarks and commercial smashes for artists ranging from New York Dolls, Patti Smith, and XTC, to Meatloaf’s ‘Bat Out Of Hell’ (with sales exceeding 43 million), Cheap Trick, and Hall And Oates. He has composed the music for a number of television series, including Pee Wee’s Playhouse and Crime Story, and been at the forefront of technology in the music industry for decades, whether hosting the first interactive television concert in 1978, offering the first commercially available music downloads, or launching the first direct artist subscription service.
Todd Rundgren will tour throughout 2017 with headlining dates kicking off in late April. Tour dates below with more to be announced shortly.
TRACK LIST – Digital/CD version:
  1. Come
  2. Got Your Back featuring KK Watson w/Dam Funk
  3. Chance For Us featuring Daryl Hall w/Bobby Strickland
  4. Fiction
  5. Beginning (Of The End) featuring John Boutte
  6. Tin Foil Hat featuring Donald Fagen
  7. Look At Me feat. Michael Holman
  8. Lets Do This with Moe Berg
  9. Sleep with Joe Walsh
  10. That Could Have Been Me featuring Robyn
  11. Deaf Ears with Trent Reznor & Atticus Ross
  12. Naked & Afraid feat. Bettye LaVette
  13. Buy My T
  14. Wouldn’t You Like To Know feat. Rebop Rundgren
  15. This Is Not A Drill featuring Joe Satriani with Prairie Prince, Kasim Sulton
Vinyl version:
  1. Come
  2. Got Your Back featuring KK Watson w/Dam Funk
  3. Chance For Us featuring Daryl Hall w/Bobby Strickland
  4. Fiction
  5. Beginning (Of The End) featuring John Boutte
  6. Tin Foil Hat featuring Donald Fagen
  7. Lets Do This with Moe Berg
  8. Sleep with Joe Walsh
  9. That Could Have Been Me featuring Robyn
  10. Deaf Ears with Trent Reznor
  11. Buy My T
  12. This Is Not A Drill featuring Joe Satriani with Prairie Prince, Kasim Sulton
April 29 – St. Louis, MO – River City Casino and Hotel
May 2 – Burnsville, MN – Ames Center
May 3 – Waukegan, IL – Genesee Theater
May 5 – Columbus, OH – Express Live!
May 8 – Cleveland, OH – House of Blues
May 10 – North Tonawanda, NY – Riviera Theater
May 11 – Tarrytown, NY – Tarrytown Music Hall
May 13 – Kingston, NY – Ulster PAC
May 14 – East Greenwich, RI – Greenwich Odeum
May 17 – Salisbury, MA – Blue Ocean Music Hall
May 18 – Portland, ME – Aura
May 25 – Ft. Myers, FL – Barbara B. Mann Performing Arts Hall
May 27 – St. Petersburg, FL – The Mahaffey Theater
June 10 – Syracuse, NY – OCC Campus 35th Syracuse Jazz Festival

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New Album HUMANZ
Out April 28th on Warner Bros.
Watch new video here: http://gorill.az/saturnzbarzYT

Gorillaz are back. The world’s most successful virtual band will make their highly anticipated return with a new studio album titled Humanz, to be released by Warner Bros. on April 28th, 2017.
Produced by Gorillaz, The Twilight Tone of D /\ P and Remi Kabaka and recorded in London, Paris, New York, Chicago and Jamaica,Humanz comes seven years on from the release of albums The Fall and Plastic Beach. Murdoc Niccals (bass), Noodle (guitar), Russel Hobbs (drums) and 2D (vocals) are – as always – joined by a stellar line up of featured artists which includes Jehnny Beth (Savages),Danny Brown, Benjamin Clementine, De La Soul, D.R.A.M., Peven Everett, Anthony Hamilton, Grace Jones, Zebra Katz, Kelela, Mavis Staples, Vince Staples, Popcaan, Pusha T, Jamie Principleand Kali Uchis among others (see below).
A six-minute Jamie Hewlett-directed epic animated film, featuring four Humanz tracks – being ‘Saturnz Barz’ in full, plus highlights of ‘Ascension’, ‘Andromeda’ and ‘We Got The Power’ – is now available to watch here: http://gorill.az/saturnzbarzSH  The film – ‘Saturnz Barz (Spirit House)’, supported by YouTube – also affords an extraordinary cutting-edge VR video (360-3D)— watch here:http://gorill.az/saturnbarzSH360 
And an interactive VR version is set to be released on Daydream in April.
The 14-track album Humanz is available on standard CD, vinyl and as a digital download, as well as a 19-track 2-CD Deluxe. A limited edition Super Deluxe Vinyl Box Set featuring additional alternative versions of all 14 album tracks will also be available (more details below).
Gorillaz will play the complete album live for fans for the first time, at a secret London location tomorrowFriday 24th March. This one-off show is supported by Telekom Electronic Beats. Ticket info here:http://gorill.az/ticketinfo
Gorillaz will headline the recently announced, sold-out Demon Dayz Festival at Dreamland Margate on June 10th. Full details of dates scheduled for later in the year, will be announced soon.
The full track listing for Humanz is:
1. Ascension feat. Vince Staples
2. Strobelite feat. Peven Everett
3. Saturnz Barz feat. Popcaan
4. Momentz feat. De La Soul
5. Submission feat. Danny Brown & Kelela
6. Charger feat. Grace Jones
7. Andromeda feat. D.R.A.M.
8. Busted and Blue
9. Carnival feat. Anthony Hamilton
10. Let Me Out feat. Mavis Staples & Pusha T
11. Sex Murder Party feat. Jamie Principle & Zebra Katz
12. She’s My Collar feat. Kali Uchis
13. Hallelujah Money feat. Benjamin Clementine
14. We Got The Power feat. Jehnny Beth
Bonus material on Deluxe:
15. The Apprentice feat. Rag’n’ Bone Man, Zebra Katz & RAY BLK
16. Halfway To The Halfway House feat. Peven Everett
17. Out Of Body feat. Kilo Kish, Zebra Katz & Imani VonshĂ 
18. Ticker Tape feat. Carly Simon & Kali Uchis
19. Circle Of Friendz feat. Brandon Markell Holmes
With interludes narrated by Ben Mendelsohn

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Following the release of their ninth studio album Hot Thoughts (Matador Records), Spoon has added dozens of tour dates to the North American leg of their tour. Tickets for all dates except Savannah are on sale Friday at 10am local time.
SPOON 2017 TOUR DATESNew dates in bold
3/22/17 – Sydney, AU – Red Eye Records
3/23/17 – Sydney, AU – Metro Theatre
3/24/17 – Fitzroy, AU – Polyester Records
3/25/17 – Thornbury, AU – Croxton Bandroom
4/27/17 – Mobile, AL – Soul Kitchen
4/28/17 – Oxford, MS – The Lyric
4/29/17 – Baton Rouge, LA – Varsity Theatre
5/01/17 – Tampa, FL – The Ritz Ybor
5/02/17 – Lake Buena Vista, FL – House of Blues
5/03/17 – Athens, GA – Georgia Theatre
5/05/17 – Charleston, SC – Music Farm
5/06/17 – Asheville, NC – Orange Peel***5/07/17 – Raleigh, NC – The Ritz
5/09/17 – Knoxville, TN – The Mill & Mine
5/11/17 – Columbus, OH – Newport Music Hall
6/17/17 – Berlin, Germany – Festaal Kreuzburg
6/18/17 – Mannheim, Germany – Maifeld Derby Festival
6/19/17 – Munich, Germany – Technikum
6/20/17 – Hamburg, Germany – Uebel & Gefährlich
6/22/17 – Oslo, Norway – Piknik i Parken
6/24/17 – Copenhagen South, Denmark – Amager Bio
6/27/17 – Manchester, UK – Gorilla
6/28/17 – Glasgow, UK – The Arts School
6/30/17 – London, UK – O2 Forum
7/03/17 – Cologne, Germany – Gloria Theater
7/05/17 – Paris, France – La Maroquinerie
7/07/17 – Madrid, ES – Mad Cool Festival
7/08/17 – Lisbon, Portugal – NOS Alive
7/14-16/17 – Louisville, KY – Forecastle Festival
7/15-16/17 – Birmingham, AL – Sloss Festival
7/18/17 – Charlotte, NC – Charlotte Metro Credit Union
7/19/17 – Charlottesville, VA – Sprint Pavilion* 
7/21/17 – Boston, MA – Blue Hills Bank Pavilion 
7/22/17 – Portland, ME – State Theatre*  
7/23/17 – Montreal, QC – Metropolis*
7/25/17 – Toronto, ON – Massey Hall** 
7/26/17 – Pittsburgh, PA – Stage AE Indoors*7/28/17 – New York, NY – Panorama Festival 
7/29/17 – Camden, NJ – BB&T Pavillion (XPoNential Music Festival)
7/30/17 – Columbia, MD – Merriweather Post Pavillion^
8/01/17 – Detroit, MI – The Fillmore**8/06/17 – Los Angeles, CA – Hollywood Bowl+
8/08/17 – Apsen, CO – Belly Up Aspen
8/09/17 – Bellvue, CO – Mishawaka Amphitheater
8/19/17 – New Orleans, LA – House of Blues 
8/20/17 – Jacksonville, FL – Mavericks 
8/22/17 – Savannah, GA – Lucas Theater for the Arts 
8/23/17 – Columbia, SC – Music Farm 
8/28/17 – Spokane, WA – Knitting Factory 
8/30/17 – Edmonton, AB – Windspear Centre 
8/31/17 – Calgary, AB – Macewan Hall 
9/02/17 – Vancouver, BC – Malkin Bowl 
9/05/17 – Boise, ID – Knitting Factory 
9/06/17 – Salt Lake City, UT – The Depot 
9/08/17 – Omaha, NE – Sokol Auditorium 
9/13/17 – Milwaukee, WI – Pabst Theatre 
9/14/17 – Madison, WI – Orpheum Theatre 
9/15/17 – Saint Paul, MN – Palace Theater 
* with New Pornographers
** with Cherry Glazerr
*** with Tennis
^ with Belle and Sebastian & Andrew Bird
+ with Belle and Sebastian

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