New Music Friday ft. Weezer, The Killers, Linkin Park, and More

Weezer, The Killers, Linkin Park collage

Weezer | Beginning of the End (Wyld Stallyns)

Weezer have released a track for the film Bill & Ted Face the Music. The new song is titled “Beginning of the End (Wyld Stallyns Edit).” The original soundtrack is set to be out the same day the film premieres on August 28. The companion album will feature other artists like Cold War Kids, Lamb of God, Big Black Delta, and more. This is the first single they’ve released from the film’s soundtrack, which is available for pre-order. Check out the music video below.

 

King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard | Some of Us

King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard have a new track out called “Some of Us.” This is the second single the Australian group has shared this year, following the song “Honey” they dropped from July. Accompanying the new tune is a flaming music video. Literally. Check it out for yourself if you want to see the rock band look like they’re melting from extreme heat.

 

The Killers | Dying Breed

The Killers have shown us another song from their forthcoming album Imploding the Mirage. The album, out August 21, is their sixth studio album; four singles have been shared. Their latest, called “Dying Breed,” was a team project with Flood, a producer who previously worked with the band back in 2006 for their Sam’s Town album. Stream the new track below.

Linkin Park | She Couldn’t

This year will mark the 20th anniversary of Linkin Park’s debut studio album Hybrid Theory. As an early celebration, the band revealed an unheard demo titled “She Couldn’t.” Linkin Park announced in a video that they will be releasing a massive reissue of the album on October 9. The 20th anniversary edition will include rare and unreleased tracks, never-before-seen footage, three lithographs, an over-sized poster, an 80-page book, and full-length concerts. Hybrid Theory’s reissue will be released on October 9.

 

The Flaming Lips | When Will You Return/When You Come Down

The Flaming Lips have a new song out called “When Will You Return/When You Come Down” that’s part of their upcoming album American Head, due out September 11. This will be the band’s 21st studio album. So far, we’ve been lucky to hear a handful from American Head, including “You n Me Sellin’ Weed” and “My Religion is You.”

The new music video follows social distancing protocol as the band is seen together in the same room, but separated through plastic sheet-like walls, used as dividers to space out each member. Check it out below.

Photos: Getty Images and Shutterstock

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