After confusing some fans with the synth-heavy “One Way Trigger,” the Strokes have revealed another new song, “All The Time,” that finds the New York band returning to their guitar-heavy, garage-rock roots.
Revered early-‘00s New York rockers the Strokes surprised fans by releasing a new song today (January 25), “One Way Trigger,” offering it as a free download on the band’s official website.
As she’s been doing each Monday all month, she previewed a clip of the song on “Good Morning America,” then will have it for sale on iTunes later tonight.
In the build-up to the release of her new album, “Red,” on Oct. 22, Taylor Swift is unveiling a new song each week. Today, the new song is “Begin Again.”
During tonight’s fundraiser, airing on all major networks, Taylor Swift will perform a new song about a brave young boy that she cowrote with his mother.
The two have been working on a song together for over a year. This weekend, fans finally got a chance to hear it.
Sounding defiant and more than a little pissed off, Pink lets her two-timing man know it’s over on her latest single, “Blow Me (One Last Kiss).”
Three months before the release of Whitney Houston’s last film, Sparkle, fans get a chance to listen to the singer’s final song “Celebrate.”
A not-so-subtle tweet from Sara Bareilles this week teased new music and made a lot of fans very happy.
“Wait, what?” That was the uttering backstage at the GRAMMY Pre-Party when Marcus Mumford announced they were about to play a brand new song… one that nobody had ever heard before. We knew the night […]