Stevie Nicks and Dave Grohl | Show Them The Way
It’s been almost ten years since Stevie Nicks has released any solo music. Now she’s back, and this time she’s brought along Dave Grohl. Nicks’ new song is called “Show Them The Way,” and Dave Grohl is featured on drums. Accompanying the latest release is a music video directed by Cameron Crowe. Check it out below.
The Smashing Pumpkins | Anna Satana and Birch Grove
The Smashing Pumpkins have a new double album out next month! Today, we’re getting another preview of what’s to come. Two new tracks have been released, and they’re called “Anno Satana” and “Birch Grove.” For the past few weeks, the group has released a few song from the forthcoming album, now totaling to six tracks, including their self-titled track “CYR” and “The Colour of Your Love.” Hear the additions below, and pre-order CYR now.
Greta Van Fleet | My Way Soon
Greta Van Fleet is back with a new track. The new song is titled “My Way, Soon,” and follows their 2018 debut album, Anthem of the Peaceful Army and their single from about a year ago called “Always There.” As of now the young rock group released “My Way, Soon” without any announcement of an upcoming album. Perhaps we’ll know more in the near future? In the meantime, hear their new song below.
Tame Impala’s Kevin Parker | Cover of John Lennon’s “Jealous Guy”
It’s John Lennon’s birthday. And Tame Impala’s Kevin Parker has released a cover to celebrate. The Australian singer shared his cover of “Jealous Guy” on Instagram. “Happy Birthday John Lennon!” wrote Parker. He also tagged Lennon’s son in the video. The at-home acoustic performance shows Parker playing the guitar and singing in bed.
Clairo | Cover of The Strokes’ I’ll Try Anything Once
Singer-songwriter Clairo shared a cover of The Strokes’ “I’ll Try Anything Once,” a song initially released as a B-side to The Strokes’ First Impressions of Earth single “Heart In A Cage.” The B-side is sort of a softer and subtle version of their song “You Only Live Once.” Clairo’s cover features Jake Passmore of indie band SCORS. Hear their take on the track below.