Demi Lovato is out with a music video for her single ‘Really Don’t Care’, featuring Cher Lloyd. The footage is taken from the Pride parade in Los Angeles in June. The track is off the American pop singer’s fourth studio album ‘Demi’, out now on Hollywood Records. Watch the Ryan Pallotta directed clip via YouTube below.
Hilary Duff is out with the music video to her new single ‘Chasing the Sun’, a track co-written by Colbie Caillat. The song is from the American pop singer’s upcoming fifth album, the first since her 2007 release ‘Dignity’. Watch the Declan Whitebloom directed video via VEVO below.
One Direction’s ‘Where We Are’ concert film will be coming to cinemas worldwide on the 11th and 12th October. Recorded at the iconic San Siro stadium in Milan from the sell-out Italian leg of the tour, this one-off cinema event features the live concert including all of One Direction’s biggest hits, plus a 15 minute never before seen interview cut with exclusive behind the scenes footage.
There will be more than 10,000 screenings in over 3,000 screens across 50+ territories, making this the biggest global “event cinema” release ever. Tickets for the screenings will go on sale July 28th. More information, including locations of the film screenings and other details will be released in the coming weeks via the film website at www.1Dconcertfilm.com and on the official One Direction social media channels.
Mark Foster, CEO of new entity Arts Alliance, said “I’m delighted this will be Arts Alliance’s first Pop release since the production and finance company, Mr Wolf, merged with Arts Alliance Media’s distribution arm. We intend this to be the first of many more recording breaking theatrical releases.”
Yogita Puri, Director Content who negotiated the deal for Arts Alliance said “We’re thrilled to be working with Syco, Sony Music and Modest Management on what will be the ultimate fan experience and a landmark release for event cinema.”
Watch a trailer via YouTube below.
Kimbra will hit the road this fall for a U.S. headlining tour. The tour, supported by electro-pop artist Empress Of, kicks off on October 20th in San Francisco and stops across the country through November 9th. Tickets go on sale on July 25th. The New Zealand pop artist will also perform at the Life Is Beautiful Festival in Las Vegas, which takes place October 24th-26th.
Kimbra is touring in support of her new album ‘The Golden Echo’, which will be released on August 19th via Warner Bros. Records. Her celebratory new track, ‘Miracle,’ debuted on Monday. The Kimbra and Rich Costey produced track features contributions from acclaimed bassist Thundercat, Daniel Johns (Silverchair) and legendary drummer John JR Robinson (Michael Jackson, Daft Punk). The album is available for pre-order from all participating retailers.
Kimbra’s Fall Tour dates are as follows:
Oct. 20 San Francisco, CA – The Independent*
Oct. 23 Los Angeles, CA – The Roxy*
Oct. 24 Santa Ana, CA – The Observatory*
Oct. 25-10/26 Las Vegas, NV – Life Is Beautiful Festival
Oct. 27 Salt Lake City, UT – In The Venue*
Oct. 28 Denver, CO – Sherman Street Event Center*
Oct. 30 Minneapolis, MN – Fine Line Music Café
Nov. 1 Chicago, IL – Lincoln Hall
Nov. 6 New York, NY – Bowery Ballroom*
Nov. 7 Philadelphia, PA – World Café Live – Downstairs*
Nov. 8 Washington, DC – U Street Music Hall*
Nov. 9 Allston, MA – Brighton Music Hall*
* w/ Empress Of
Justin Bieber is joining Cody Simpson in the studio for a “Special Project”, which the Australian pop star announced on Ustream on Monday night (July 21). “We have some magic music coming for you,” Cody said. “I’m pretty excited to show you what’s going on.” Watch a replay of the Ustream chat and performances below.
Katy Tiz has released an official music video for her breakout single ‘The Big Bang’. The single, originally recorded by Rock Mafia, was re-recorded by Tiz at the advice of Rock Mafia and led to the artist signing with Atlantic Records in April. Watch it via YouTube below.
Detroit duo Dale Earnhardt Jr. Jr. have announced the routing for their upcoming fall North American tour, which kicks off on October 17th in Seattle and concludes with two hometown shows at Detroit’s Crofoot Ballroom on November 22nd and 23rd. Tickets go on sale tomorrow, July 11th. The band, which is Josh Epstein and Daniel Zott, are touring in support of their current album The Speed of Things, featuring the single ‘Run’.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. Jr.’s Upcoming Tour Dates Are As Follows:
Oct. 17 – Seattle, WA at Tractor Tavern
Oct. 18 – Vancouver, BC at Biltmore Cabaret
Oct. 19 – Portland, OR at Doug Fir Lounge
Oct. 23 – Solana Beach, CA at Belly Up Tavern
Oct. 24 – Los Angeles, CA at The Regent Theatre
Oct. 25 – Flagstaff, AZ at Orpheum Theater
Oct. 27 – Salt Lake City, UT at Urban Lounge
Oct. 28 – Boulder, CO at Fox Theatre
Nov. 7 – Austin, TX at Scoot Inn
Nov. 8 – Dallas, TX at Trees
Nov. 9 – Houston, TX at Fitzgerald’s Upstairs
Nov. 11 – Atlanta, GA at Terminal West @ King Plow Arts Center
Nov. 13 – Brooklyn, NY at Music Hall of Williamsburg
Nov. 14 – Washington DC at 9:30 Club
Nov. 15 – New York, NY at Bowery Ballroom
Nov. 16 – Cambridge, MA at The Sinclair
Nov. 19 – Columbus, OH at The A&R Music Bar
Nov. 20 – Cincinnati, OH at 20th Century Theatre
Nov. 21 – Chicago, IL at Metro
Nov. 22 – Detroit, MI at The Crofoot Ballroom
Nov. 23 – Detroit, MI at The Crofoot Ballroom
Sarah Jaffe announced a fall US tour with alternative hip-hop artist Astronautalis. The trek begins at Chicago’s Lincoln Hall on September 5th and continues with stops in NYC, Nashville, DC, Philly, St. Louis, Boston and more along the way. They will visit mostly East Coast and Midwest cities while Jaffe’s July run with The Polyphonic Spree hits the West Coast and South. In addition, just last week Jaffe announced a hometown headlining show at Dallas’ historic Majestic Theatre on August 23rd. This will be Jaffe’s biggest local show to date in support of her third full-length studio album ‘Don’t Disconnect’.
When asked about touring with Astronautalis, Jaffe said, “I first met Andy when we were grouped together for a Denton event called Rock Lottery. That was about 8 years ago. We were friends immediately. I was a fan of him personally instantly. Then I saw him perform live and realized he was a genius… He’s the coolest.”
Confirmed Tour Dates:
July 10 – Southport Hall† in Jefferson, LA
July 11 – Central Presbyterian Church† in Austin, TX
July 15 – The Bootleg Theatre† in Los Angeles, CA
July 16 – Slim’s† in San Francisco, CA
July 17 – San Luis Obispo Brewing Co.† in San Luis Obispo, CA
July 18 – Ace of Spades† in Sacramento, CA
July 19 – The Catalyst Atrium† in Santa Cruz, CA
July 21 – The Triple Door† in Seattle, WA
July 23 – Mississippi Studios† in Portland, OR
July 25 – In The Venue† in Salt Lake City, UT
July 26 – The Soiled Dove† in Denver, CO
Aug 23 – The Majestic Theatre (headlining) in Dallas, TX
Sept 5 – Lincoln Hall** in Chicago, IL
Sept 9 – Iron Works** in Buffalo, NY
Sept 10 – Port City Music Hall** in Portland, ME
Sept 11 – Great Scott** in Allston, MA
Sept 12 – The SPACE** in Hamden, CT
Sept 13 – Mercury Lounge** in New York, NY
Sept 14 – The Barbary** in Philadelphia, PA
Sept 16 – CATTIVO** in Pittsburgh, PA
Sept 17 – DC9** in Washington, DC
Sept 18 – Strange Matter** in Richmond, VA
Sept 19 – Kings** in Raleigh, NC
Sept 20 – The Milestone** in Charlotte, NC
Sept 21 – The End** in Nashville, TN
Sept 23 – The Taft** in Cincinnati, OH
Sept 24 – Beachland Tavern** in Cleveland, OH
Sept 25 – The Magic Bag** in Ferndale, MI
Sept 26 – The Duck Room** in St. Louis, MO
Sept 27 – Blue Moose** in Iowa City, IA
†The Polyphonic Spree
Kina Grannis is out with the music video to her new single ‘The Fire’, the first single off the American singer songwriter’s sophomore studio album ‘Elements’, out now on One Haven. Watch it via YouTube below.
Kimbra is out with the trippy music video to her latest single, ’90s Music’. Produced by Major Dudes and Rich Costey, and shot by Just Francis, the homage to music of the decade is the first single from the New Zealand Grammy award winning singer’s sophomore album ‘The Golden Echo’, which comes on the heels of her critically-acclaimed debut ‘Vows’. Watch the Justin Francis directed video via YouTube below.