The Dream Syndicate will release their fourth album since reuniting this June, and you can get the first taste of the band’s new music via “Where I’ll Stand.”
Category: Album News
Howard Jones is set to release a brand-new studio album this summer and is planning to hit the road on a 27-date U.S. tour with Midge Ure.
Soft Cell will release their first new album in 20 years this May, but before that, the duo has teamed up with Pet Shop Boys to rework one of the songs on the record.
Robert Smith this week announced that the first of two new albums from The Cure could be out as soon as September, ahead of the band’s European tour.
Andy Partridge’s Ape House record label is prepping both a new four-song EP from the XTC founder as well as a vinyl reissue of Mummer with its original artwork.
Metropolis Records this spring will release a new live set from The Chameleons featuring seven songs recorded in May 2021.
Elizabeth Fraser will release her first new music in more than a decade via a “finally finished” 12-inch vinyl EP featuring five songs by Fraser and her partner Damon Reece.
The Dream Syndicate will kick off promotion of their next album with a string of performances at the South By Southwest Music Festival in Austin, Texas, this March.
Kristin Hersh’s trio 50 Foot Wave will release a brand-new, seven-track album called Black Pearl in April, the group’s first new music in six years.
Killing Joke returns next month with its first new music since 2015’s Pylon album, a four-track EP called Lord of Chaos that will feature two new songs.
If Robert Smith is to be believed, The Cure will deliver its long-awaited new studio album sometime before October, when the band is scheduled to embark on a European tour.
The new electronic duo Telefís has enlisted bass legend Jah Wobble to contribute deep dub grooves to “Falun Gong Dancer.” Check out the video here.
Midnight Oil today announced plans to release its new studio album — a 12-song collection titled Resist — next year and mount what it’s calling the band’s final tour.
Tears For Fears will tour the U.S. next year with Garbage in support of Roland Orzabal and Curt Smith’s first new studio album in 18 years,