Category: Single News

Listen: OMD, ‘Isotype’ — classic-sounding new single off ‘The Punishment of Luxury’

Listen: OMD, ‘Isotype’ — classic-sounding new single off ‘The Punishment of Luxury’

Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark today premiered the first official single off their upcoming album The Punishment of Luxury, a soaring, classic-sounding single called “Isotype” that will be released digitally tomorrow and will be released on 12-inch vinyl as well.

The The apologizes for 7-inch snafu, promises to release new single on CD, digital

The The apologizes for 7-inch snafu, promises to release new single on CD, digital

The The today apologized for a trouble-plagued attempt to sell extra copies of its Record Store Day 7-inch single online Saturday, and, acknowledging that “demand far exceeded everyone’s expectations,” announced that “We Can’t Stop What’s Coming” will be released digitally and on CD.

The Smiths to issue unreleased versions of 2 songs on Record Store Day 7-inch

The Smiths to issue unreleased versions of 2 songs on Record Store Day 7-inch

Rhino/Warner Bros. will release a limited-edition 7-inch single by The Smiths on Record Store Day next month that features previously unreleased versions of the band’s 1985 single “The Boy with the Thorn in His Side” and its original B-side, “Rubber Ring.” Record Store Day is April 22.

The The re-enlists Johnny Marr on first new single in 10 years for Record Store Day

The The re-enlists Johnny Marr on first new single in 10 years for Record Store Day

Two years after announcing work on a new The The album, Matt Johnson is releasing his first full-band music under that moniker in the form of “We Can’t Stop What’s Coming,” an etched one-sided 7-inch single to be issued next month as part of Record Store Day in the U.K.

Listen: Erasure, ‘Love You To the Sky’ — first single off upcoming ‘World Be Gone’

Listen: Erasure, ‘Love You To the Sky’ — first single off upcoming ‘World Be Gone’

Classic synthpop duo Erasure — Andy Bell and Vince Clarke — today debuted the lead single from their upcoming 17th studio album, World Be Gone. The bouncy track “Love You To the Sky,” with its instantly memorable chorus, can be heard below via the band’s lyric video.

Relaunched Wax Trax! Records to release Front 242 live 7-inch single next month

Relaunched Wax Trax! Records to release Front 242 live 7-inch single next month

The recently resurrected Wax Trax! Records imprint next month will commemorate the 30th anniversary of Front 242’s first U.S. show by releasing a new 7-inch single featuring a pair of tracks recorded live by the EBM pioneers at concerts in Chicago in both 1984 and 2011.

Video premiere: Close Lobsters, ‘New York City in Space’ — C86 vets’ first new music in 25 years

Video premiere: Close Lobsters, ‘New York City in Space’ — C86 vets’ first new music in 25 years

The reunited original lineup of Scottish indie-pop outfit Close Lobsters today released a brand-new EP that marks the band’s first recordings in a quarter century, and we’re thrilled to premiere the video for one of the tracks, “New York City in Space,” here on Slicing Up Eyeballs.

Morrissey to release new single ‘World Peace is None of Your Business’ this week

Morrissey to release new single ‘World Peace is None of Your Business’ this week

With Morrissey’s tour under way, despite a bit of a bumpy start, it’s time for some new music — and it appears we’ll hear the title track off Moz’s upcoming album World Peace is None of Your Business when it’s released Tuesday as a single in the U.K. The song has has popped up on Amazon.co.uk as a digital single.

Premiere: Kitchens of Distinction debut video for Record Store Day single ‘Extravagance’

Premiere: Kitchens of Distinction debut video for Record Store Day single ‘Extravagance’

This Saturday, Kitchens of Distinction will release a four-track EP in the U.K. for Record Store Day, a clear-vinyl 10-inch featuring the song “Extravagance” off last year’s comeback album Folly — and we’re thrilled to be able to bring you the premiere of a new video for the song filmed by frontman Patrick Fitzgerald.

This week in Morrissey: ‘Satellite of Love’ details, Nobel concert, ‘Thankskilling’ rant

This week in Morrissey: ‘Satellite of Love’ details, Nobel concert, ‘Thankskilling’ rant

We pause on this Thanksgiving to catch up on all the Morrissey news, because if we’re thankful for anything, it’s the fact that Moz knows how to keep a music-news website busy. This week, he’s revealed details of his “Satellite of Love” single, announced he’ll perform in Norway and gone off on a rant about Thanksgiving turkeys.

The Mission debut new ‘Swan Song’ music video, will release digital EP of mixes

The Mission debut new ‘Swan Song’ music video, will release digital EP of mixes

The Mission is going all-out for the release of its next single off reunion album The Brightest Light, today debuting a new music video for the track “Swan Song” and then, on Dec. 3, releasing a digital EP for the track that features five different version of the song plus a new track recorded during the sessions for the album.

Morrissey to release live cover of Lou Reed’s ‘Satellite of Love’ as digital, vinyl single

Morrissey to release live cover of Lou Reed’s ‘Satellite of Love’ as digital, vinyl single

Morrissey will celebrate the life and legacy of Lou Reed by releasing a single featuring a live cover of the late rocker’s 1972 classic “Satellite of Love” recorded two years ago first as a digital download in early December and then on vinyl early next year, according to an announcement made via semi-official fansite True To You.

Stream: Galaxie 500’s Dean Wareham, ‘Love is Colder Than Death’ — off upcoming mini-LP

Stream: Galaxie 500’s Dean Wareham, ‘Love is Colder Than Death’ — off upcoming mini-LP

Dean Wareham, former frontman of dreampop favorites Galaxie 500 and Luna, today released a new solo single — “Love is Colder Than Death” b/w “She Want Walking in the Rain” — in advance of a mini-LP he’s prepping for release this fall, according to Pitchfork, which premiered the single.

Free MP3: The Mission, ‘Sometimes the Brightest Light Comes From the Darkest Place’ (MG-T Mix)

Free MP3: The Mission, ‘Sometimes the Brightest Light Comes From the Darkest Place’ (MG-T Mix)

While they’ve already previewed one song from their upcoming reunion album, The Mission this week released the record’s first official single: “Sometimes the Brightest Light Comes From the Darkest Place,” which is not only available for sale digitally, but it can also be downloaded, for free, in remixed form.