Written by Carmen Mueller
It’s the end of the summer which means that school is now in session, but if you need some news to make getting up a little easier, than you’re in luck. Just within this week, various artists announced Eps, tours and released new tracks, so stick around to see what’s happening right now in music.
Kicking off the list is Nothing But Thieves who performed a new song “Forever & Ever More” at Reading and Leeds Festival which is now available everywhere. They also announced the new What Did You Think When You Made Me This Way EP scheduled to release on October 19th.
You can preorder the EP here
Twenty One Pilots also released “My Blood”, their fourth single from their upcoming album Trench. You now have four new songs in total that will hopefully hold you over until October 5th comes along.
Preorder the album here
Speaking of releases, 5 Seconds of Summer win the award for biggest trolls after their “Valentine” music video went out. If you were annoyed at the Aussies for switching places with stagnant skeletons for over three minutes, don’t worry; the official video is coming out September 14th.
Panic! At The Disco also recently released the music video for his Pray For the Wicked song “High Hopes”!
Atreyu announced their new album In Our Wake will be released October 12th, and their single “In Our Wake” is now available. Not only that, but they also announced an upcoming fall tour starting November 19th in Arizona and ending on December 13th in California. Memphis May Fire and Ice Nine Kills are set to tour with them.
As far as tours go, there are a few more additions to the enormous amount that have recently been released. Broadside and With Confidence announced a tour starting November 14th in Los Angeles and going until December 14th in Anaheim. Tickets are available August 31st: supporting bands include Sleep On It and Small Talks.
Also, Yungblud has announced a 2019 tour for the UK and Europe starting January 10th in Paris and going until March 16th in Bristol. Tickets go on sale August 31st.