BIG TIME RUSH ARE BACK!!! Kendall, Logan, James, and Carlos just announced two reunion shows this December.
We’ve been waiting FOREVER for this and we are so stoked that they’re finally happening. While it’s not a full tour, we’re happy to see the boys back together and giving the people what we want. Presales begin Wednesday July 21st at 10am ET and general public tickets go on sale Friday July 23rd at 10am ET.
Big Time Rush Reunion Shows 2021 Dec 15th – Chicago Theater – Chicago, IL – Buy Tickets Dec 18th – Hammerstein Ballroom – New York, NY – Buy Tickets
Mitchel, Clinton, and Christian are taking advantage of the return of live concerts in America this Fall. Chase Atlantic recently announced a massive headlining tour hitting major cities like Seattle, Los Angeles, Houston, Nashville, NYC, and even two nights in Toronto!
The guys’ brand new record, “Beauty In Death” came out in March of 2021 and they are more than ready to bring their wildly high energy shows to the fans as soon as possible.
Tickets and VIP packages are on sale now and some shows are already sold out! VIP packages include an exclusives like a 3 song live soundcheck, group photo, VIP only merch items like drawstring bag, face mask, and a laminate. Tickets are not included in VIP packages and must be purchase separately. Check out the dates below (it feels so good to say that again!!) and see you there!
“Beauty In Death” North American Tour 2021 ft. Chase Atlantic Oct 1st – The Granada – Lawrence, KS – Tickets – VIP Oct 2nd – The Fillmore – Minneapolis, MN – Tickets – VIP Oct 4th – Summit – Denver, CO – Tickets – VIP Oct 6th – The Showbox – Seattle, WA – Tickets – VIP Oct 8th – The Regency Ballroom – San Francisco, CA – Tickets – VIP Oct 10th – The Wiltern – Los Angeles, CA – Tickets – VIP Oct 12th – SOMA – Mainstage – San Diego, CA – Tickets – VIP Oct 13th – The Van Buren – Phoenix, AZ – Tickets – VIP Oct 15th – Aztec Theatre – San Antonio, TX – Tickets – VIP Oct 17th – Empire: Garage – Austin, TX – Tickets – VIP Oct 18th – House Of Blues – Dallas, TX – Tickets – VIP Oct 19th – House Of Blues – Houston, TX – Tickets – VIP Oct 23rd – The Plaza Live – Orlando, FL – Tickets – VIP Oct 24th – Revolution Live – Ft Lauderdale, FL – Tickets – VIP Oct 26th – Brooklyn Bowl – Nashville, TN – Tickets – VIP Oct 27th – Tabernacle – Atlanta, GA – Tickets – VIP Oct 28th – The Underground – Charlotte, NC – Tickets – VIP Oct 29th – The Underground – Charlotte, NC – Tickets – VIP Oct 31st – Canal Club – Richmond, VA – Tickets – VIP Nov 1st – Theatre of Living Arts – Philadelphia PA – Tickets – VIP Nov 2nd – The NorVa – Norfolk, VA – Tickets – VIP Nov 4th – Brooklyn Steel – Brooklyn, NY – Tickets – VIP Nov 5th – The Fillmore – Silver Spring, MD – Tickets – VIP Nov 7th – The Wellmont Theater – Montclair, NJ – Tickets – VIP Nov 8th – Big Night Live – Boston, MA – Tickets – VIP Nov 10th – Riviera Theatre – Chicago, IL – Tickets – VIP Nov 12th – Bogart’s – Cincinnati, OH – Tickets – VIP Nov 14th – EXPRESS LIVE! – Columbus, OH – Tickets – VIP Nov 15th – St. Andrew’s Hall – Detroit, MI – Tickets – VIP Nov 16th – The Phoenix Concert Theatre – Toronto, ON – Tickets – VIP Nov 17th – The Phoenix Concert Theatre – Toronto, ON – Tickets – VIP
Watch the official lyric video for “OHMAMI” now.
Grab a copy of “Beauty In Death” here so you can sing along on tour!
Waterparks just announced their first official tour across the US since the pandemic started and they’re hitting major cities including Detroit, NYC, Houston, and LA. We loved the album release livestream from The Wiltern and we can’t wait to see how the guys react to the crowds after being away for so long.
VIP packages will be available and include exclusive items like a VIP laminate, a signed poster, photo op and meet&greet with Awsten, Otto, and Geoff, a special Q&A session, as well as early entry into the venue for the best spot!
Check out the dates below and grab your tickets when they go on sale Friday, June 18th at 10am local time here.
Citi cardmembers will have exclusive access to purchase presale tickets beginning Tuesday, June 15th at 10AM ET. Each venue link has presale times listed so be sure to check yours so you don’t miss out on tickets!
“A Night Out On Earth Tour” 2021 ft Waterparks Oct 25th – Regency Ballroom – San Francisco, CA – Buy Tickets Oct 27th – Roseland – Portland, OR – Buy Tickets Oct 28th – Neptune – Seattle, WA – Buy Tickets Oct 31st – Vic Theater – Chicago, IL – Buy Tickets Nov 1st – The Fillmore – Minneapolis, MN – Buy Tickets Nov 3rd – St. Andrew’s Hall – Detroit, MI – Buy Tickets Nov 5th- Brooklyn Steel – Brooklyn, NY – Buy Tickets Nov 8th – Toad’s Place – New Haven, CT – Buy Tickets Nov 9th – Big Night Live – Boston, MA – Buy Tickets Nov 11th – Theatre of the Living Arts- Philadelphia, PA – Buy Tickets Nov 12th – The Fillmore – Silver Spring, MD – Buy Tickets Nov 13th – Elevation 27 – Virginia Beach, VA- Buy Tickets Nov 14th – Canal Club – Richmond, VA – Buy Tickets Nov 16th – Brooklyn Bowl – Nashville, TN – Buy Tickets Nov 17th – Buckhead Theatre – Atlanta, GA – Buy Tickets Nov 19th – House Of Blues – Orlando, FL – Buy Tickets Nov 20th – Revolution Live – Fort Lauderdale, FL – Buy Tickets Nov 22nd – House Of Blues – Dallas, TX – Buy Tickets Nov 23rd – Emo’s Austin – Austin, TX – Buy Tickets Nov 27th – House Of Blues – Houston, TX – Buy Tickets Nov 29th – The Truman – Kansas City, MO – Buy Tickets Nov 30th – Summit – Denver, CO – Buy Tickets Dec 3rd – The Van Buren – Phoenix, AZ – Buy Tickets Dec 4th – SOMA Main Stage – San Diego, CA – Buy Tickets Dec 6th – The Wiltern – Los Angeles, CA – Buy Tickets
Watch Waterparks perform “Violet!” live on MTV below!
We first met We Were Sharks several years ago and now they’re back with an epic new record, “New Low,” due out May 21st via Revival Recordings.
The record comes out of the gate swinging with the massive track, “Shameless” with a giant “F*CK YOU” inspired by co-writer and Silverstein guitarist, Paul Marc Rousseau’s in-studio admission of faking happiness while being absolutely miserable.
When asked about the new album, lead vocalist Randy Frobel shares, “‘New Low’ is a collection of songs that focuses on being down but not out. Since the release of ‘Lost Touch,’ we’ve experienced many of life’s ups and downs. We’ve lost relationships, friends, and family, and have gone through a lot of unexpected challenges that life has a tendency to throw at you when you least expect it. However, no matter what may have tried to keep us down or hold us back, we always take it and keep pushing forward.”
The record is full of massive sing along choruses and mosh pit starters liken “Bring Me Down,” and “Omens,” alongside pop punk ballads like “Burning House,” which reminisces on an old flame that’s swallowed up your entire world and left it in ashes.
The latest single ahead of the album release, “Over This,” will have fans screaming along and hitting replay immediately. About the track, guitarist Jason Mooney said: “A lot of songs tell stories, but when we talked about what ‘Over This’ was going to be about we decided to talk about a feeling or a vibe rather than go the narrative route. We wanted to talk about a feeling you have when you find yourself in a place in life where you should be filled with joy, happiness, pride, and essentially every positive feeling imaginable. Instead you feel lost with no sense of enthusiasm. Although you should appreciate the moments, you feel like you would rather be doing absolutely anything else and be anywhere else than where you are right now.”
We Were Sharks also wrote a lamenting follow up to the blisteringly fast “Ashley” from the last record, aptly titled “Ashley (Part 2).” Just as fast but a little bit longer, “Ashley (Part 2)” clocks in at one minute and 58 seconds but still captures the feelings of young love lost due to growing up. “The original ‘Ashley’ was a fun, fast song we’d had kicking around for years, but we hesitated to put it out because putting out a 70-second song is a death sentence,” said guitarist Colin Jacques.
The Canucks are proving they can’t be pigeonholed with their latest record and we can’t wait for shows to return to see how these translate to a live audience.
Willow Smith has always been a cultural icon but she’s got her sights set on making her mark in pop punk with her latest single, “T R A N S P A R E N T S O U L” with a little help from the man himself, Travis Barker.
The track floats along a fine line of “being too soft/ not punk enough” but Willow slams her foot down, shaking up the scene. It would be easy to confuse the track for an early Paramore b-side but make no mistake, Willow knows the history and she’s forging her own path through the pop punk sea. This is the first single from Willow’s forthcoming album, due out this Summer.
The glitchy Dana Trippe-directed visualizer for the single evokes 90s – TLC fashion and we are so here for it!! Watch the official visualizer below.
With a new record, Greatest Hits, due out May 21st, Waterparks refuse to sit still. The band are promising an immersive and totally unique livestream experience. The “Anti-Tour Livestream” is a virtual tour coming nowhere near you TOMORROW! You can catch the show Saturday, March 27th, at 4pmEST/1pmPDT. Make sure you tune in live!
Tickets to see Waterparks on their virtual “Anti Tour” Livestream are on-sale now at Veeps.com! VIP bundles are also available with exclusive merch and posters.
Armed with new music, Waterparks are ready to step outside of their comfort zone and into the future. The first two singles from the new record, “Lowkey as Hell,” and “Snow Globe” were instant hits with the fandom as Awsten teases the next song, “Numb” is expected to drop March 29th. We’re hoping they will give us a preview in the livestream on Saturday!
Waterparks are hellbent on never making the same record twice and for that we are forever grateful. Awsten, Geoff, and Otto just dropped a brand new track, “Snow Globe” along with an announcement for their next record, “Greatest Hits” due out May 21st via 300 Entertainment.
“Snow Globe” is a glittery, techno-atmospheric tinged departure from the traditional “pop punk” sound but signifies the band’s growth as artists. Waterparks’ appeal to fans is their blatant disregard for rules, easily flitting between rock, hip-hop, pop perfection, electronica, and beyond.
The announcements don’t stop there. The band dropped a trippy new music video for “Snow Globe,” too! Watch the video below.
Pale Waves are proving they can’t be boxed in by anyone with their latest guitar laden, angsty single, “You Don’t Own Me.”
When asked about the new single, lead singer, Heather Baron-Gracie says, “‘You Don’t Own Me’ is a song for women about what it’s like to be a woman in this world. How society depicts, judges, and criticizes women on a daily basis. This song is incredibly important to me and I wanted to represent my own experiences. I also wanted to say a f*ck you to everyone that plays by these fake, delusional rules that say women and gender need to fit inside a specific box.”
Pale Waves’ sophomore album, “Who Am I?” is due out February 12th via Dirty Hit, ushering in a more guitar driven and straight to the point pop rock era for the band. The band are creating a confident and safe space for people to be themselves by tapping into Heather reflecting her own life experiences, facing mental health head on, and opening up about her sexuality with a newfound optimism and clarity.
Comprised of lead singer Heather Baron-Gracie (she/her), drummer Ciara Doran (they/them), guitarist Huge Silvani (he/him), and bassist Charlie Wood (he/him), Pale Waves haven’t been a secret for too long. Bursting on the scene with their debut record, “My Mind Makes Noises” in 2018, they were soon performing at Reading and Leeds, touring with the 1975, as well as Muse and The Cure, and racking up over 70 million streams on the debut record alone.
The new album acts as Pale Waves’ manifesto – inspiring inclusion, promoting self-discovery, and just be whoever the hell you want to be!
Girl groups are back and we LOVE TO SEE IT! SZNS are bringing girl power to the front with their brand new single, “Behave.” Made up of four friends, Winter, Spring, Summer, and Autumn blend their unique vocals creating a fresh, new take on the classic 90s girl group sound.
SZNS new single, “Behave,” features the group’s conversational lyricism and wit, setting them apart from the crowd. When asked about the new single, the girls agreed “Behave is for every girl who’s been told to act like a lady: to sit up straight, be polite, to let the grown ups talk. Our entire lives we’ve been told that we’re ‘doing too much’ or acting ‘too intense’ – Behave is about being unapologetic, and taking up the space you deserve, despite what anyone else might say. If being demure and soft-spoken is good behavior, then I guess we never learned how to behave”.
Listen to “Behave” below!
SZNS expect to have an EP for each season, highlighting their wit, emanating power, and vulnerability, with tracks ranging from dance dropping beats to sultry ballads.
Kid Quill is back and launching 2021 with a bang with his new track, “90s kids.” It’s the first new music he’s released in a while and we’re thrilled to have a new jam to blast.
“Too pop for the rap kids, too rap for the pop kids” is how the track opens, but we think Kid Quill has figured out the perfect balance between pop and rap. We love his fun style and clever lyrics and can’t wait for even more new music from him this year. Hope we’ll get to see him (virtually) perform again too.