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Galantis hint at upcoming BTS collaboration on Twitter 



Swedish production and DJ duo Galantis appear to be hinting at an upcoming collaboration with BTS.

On August 6, the duo took to Twitter to share a clip of BTS’s choreography for their 2017 single ‘DNA’, edited with a snippet of Galantis and singer-songwriter Craig David’s 2022 single of the same name.

“There’s something in your DNA moves,” they wrote, tagging BTS in their tweet along with the hashtag “#gotsomethingcooking” – a hint that Galantis may have something in the works with the boyband.

BTS and Big Hit Music have yet to comment on the potential collaboration. If true, however, it will mark the second time the group has teamed up with Galantis, following the duo’s remix of BTS and Coldplay’s single ‘My Universe’ last November.

Just last week, BTS unveiled a new collaboration with Snoop Dogg and producer Benny Blanco titled ‘Bad Decisions’. The song, which was released with an accompanying music video starring Blanco, featured vocal contributions from Snoop and BTS vocalists Jungkook, Jimin, V and Jin.

‘Bad Decisions’ marks BTS’ first group appearance on a song since they announced in June that they would be taking a temporary break to explore solo projects. The septet had released their compilation album ‘Proof’ and its lead single ‘Yet To Come (The Most Beautiful Moment)’ before breaking the news.

In July, BTS rapper and dancer J-Hope became the group’s first member to go solo after that announcement with his debut album ‘Jack in The Box’, which was rated five stars by NME’s Rhian Daly. He later made history as the first-ever South Korean act to headline a major US music festival when he closed out the final night of Lollapalooza 2022. Watch J-Hope’s historic Lollapalooza performance in full here.

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Morrissey shares ‘Rebels Without Applause’, his first new single in three years



Morrissey has shared new song ‘Rebels Without Applause’, his first new single in three years – check it out below.

The track appears on the former Smiths frontman’s upcoming new album ‘Bonfire Of Teenagers’. The album, the follow-up to 2020’s ‘I Am Not a Dog on a Chain’, was announced back in May of 2021, with the singer dubbing it “the best album of [his] life”.

After being offered to the “highest bidder,” it was then revealed that the album would be released via Capitol Records in February 2023, but this month saw Morrissey confirm that the release date had been pushed back and that “its fate is exclusively in the hands of Capitol Records”.

Now, he’s shared the album’s second song, ‘Rebels Without Applause’, via Capitol. Half of the album has already been previewed at Morrissey’s live shows throughout 2022. ‘I Am Veronica’ was the first song to be unveiled from it at a May show in Phoenix.

Several tracks from the album, including the title track, then premiered at a Las Vegas show in July, including ‘Rebels Without Applause’ alongside ‘Sure Enough, The Telephone Rings’ and ‘I Live In Oblivion’. Another new song, ‘Kerouac’s Crack’, was debuted during a Blackpool show in September.

Listen to ‘Rebels Without Applause’ below.

In October, it was confirmed that Andrew Watt had produced ‘Bonfire of Teenagers’. Others that feature on the album include the Red Hot Chili Peppers‘ rhythm section – bassist Flea and drummer Chad Smith – as well as former RHCP guitarist John Frusciante, Miley Cyrus and Iggy Pop.

This week, Morrissey shared a video of children mocking music critics, in promotion of his forthcoming album. The video sees one child approaching another, one of which is posing as a music journalist.

The scene shows the critic telling the Morrissey fan: “I don’t need to listen to the album; the review is already written,” after the fan encourages him to give it a good evaluation.

Live footage of Morrissey performing ‘I Am Veronica‘, the opening song on his forthcoming album, follows. We see the critic fall under something of a spell, becoming a firm Morrissey fan.

Earlier this week the singer cancelled two imminent dates on his current North American tour, citing “band illness”.

It comes after Morrissey cancelled his Los Angeles gig after just half an hour this month due to “unforeseen circumstances” – see footage of his departure below.

The singer was playing the Greek Theatre on Saturday, November 12 as part of a US headline tour when he departed the stage after nine songs. No official reason has been given for the cancellation yet, but some online are suggesting that the singer was “too cold” during his performance at the outdoor venue. Morrissey is yet to respond to any rumours about the termination of the gig.

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Watch Sam Fender’s performance of ‘Alright’ from huge Finsbury Park gig



Sam Fender has shared a new video of his performance of the song ‘Alright’ from his massive Finsbury Park gig this summer – check it out below.

The singer-songwriter played the outdoor London show in July, and the gig is set to be immortalised in a new live album due out on December 9 via Polydor.

The live album comes as part of a deluxe edition of Fender’s huge 2021 album ‘Seventeen Going Under’, which features nine extra tracks including ‘Wild Grey Ocean’, which was shared last month.

In a four-star review of Fender’s Finsbury Park set – which was attended by 45,000 fans and marked his biggest headline performance to date – NME said the performance “seemingly foreshadows Fender’s next steps, primed to level up from this huge moment to something utterly stratospheric.”

Watch him perform ‘Alright’ at the gig below.

In addition to joining the shortlist for this year’s Mercury Prize Album Of The Year, ‘Seventeen Going Under’ won the BandLab NME Award for Best Album In The World in March. Speaking of ‘Seventeen Going Under’ – which received a four-star review from NME – in a 2021 interview, Fender told NME he’s “more proud of [it] than anything I’ve ever done.”

“It’s probably the best thing I’ve done in my life. I just hope people love it as much as I do. With the first album, a lot of those songs were written when I was 19, so I was over half of it [by the time it was released]. Whereas this one is where I’m at now,” Fender said.

Sam Fender will playing two hometown shows at St James’ Park in Newcastle on June 9 and 10 2023. Inhaler and Holly Humberstone will be supporting on the first night.

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Damien Rice announces comeback with 2023 UK and European tour



Damien Rice has announced his comeback with details of a 2023 UK and European tour – see the list of dates below and buy tickets here.

The Irish singer-songwriter last released an album nine years ago with ‘My Favourite Faded Fantasy’, which itself came eight years after its predecessor, 2006’s ‘9’.

After playing a series of gigs in 2019, Rice will head to mainland Europe and the UK next March and April for his first gigs since the pandemic.

The tour begins on March 15 in Manchester at the O2 Apollo, with a London show at Hammersmith Apollo the following night.

European gigs in Paris, Amsterdam, Berlin and more will then follow, before the tour wraps up in Zagreb on April 2.

Tickets for the tour go on sale on Friday, December 2 at 9am GMT. Buy your tickets for the UK gigs here then and see the full list of Damien Rice’s new tour dates below.

MARCH 2023
15 – Manchester, O2 Apollo
16 – London, Eventim Apollo Hammersmith
18 – Antwerp, Stadsschouwburg
19 – Paris, Le Grand Rex
22 – Amsterdam, Royal Theatre Carre
25 – Berlin, Tempodrom
29 – Milan, Teatro dal Verme
31 – Udine, Teatro Nuovo Giovanni da Udine

APRIL 2023
2 – Zagreb, Kino SC

Rice hasn’t released any new music alongside the announcement of the tour dates, but promised that “more dates [are] coming soon” and shared a teaser of him performing a new song and confirmed that new music is set to be arriving.

Watch that clip below.

Speaking in 2013 about the time taken between 2006’s ‘9’ and and its follow-up, Rice said: “Sometimes you have to step away from what you love in order to learn how to love it again.”

Speaking of recording with Rick Rubin in both Los Angeles and Iceland, he added: “I came to Rick mostly based on what I didn’t know about him, rather than what I did.

“For some reason I just had a feeling that I would feel comfortable being open and being me and being vulnerable with Rick.”

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