With distinct ’80s beats, hand clapped rhythms and synchronized dance moves that bring to mind the girl groups of the ’50s, the sisters take it to the dance floor on their new single.
Goldenvoice has announced its line-up of Los Angeles area shows between Coachella weekends. Dubbed Localchella, artists playing the 38 shows include Foster the People, CHVRCHES, Broken Bells, and Cage the Elephant.
This year, everyone and their mother was singing along to Lorde’s anti-consumerist anthem “Royals,” but the New Zealand teen wasn’t the only new kid on the block who got us excited.
Lorde and HAIM covering Sheryl Crow’s “Strong Enough” off her 1993 album, Tuesday Night Music Club, is exactly what the Spice Girls meant when they preached the gospel of girl power.
“New N/A tour dates up!!!! Can’t wait to get jiggy witchuuuuuuuuu,” the band tweeted.
While Gaga has been the ‘SNL’ musical guest three times in the past, this will be the ARTPOP singer’s first foray into hosting the long-running late night comedy show.
HAIM released their full length debut, Days Are Gone, earlier this week and already they’re premiering a brand new track, “Edge.”
Lorde, Haim, and Nelly — three words, three albums and only one of them garners the Radio.com Album Of The Week award. Is Justin Timberlake still seeing clearly? Is Danny Brown still pushing boundaries? Find out in the rundown of this week’s new releases
“We think it’s our mom buying all the tickets to our shows,” Este, the eldest, said. “And then distributing them to all our friends.”
Though HAIM shy away from calling themselves role models, they hope they encourage some other little girls to go out and rock. Preferably sisters.
With Yeezus season behind us, we can now focus on autumn’s real raison d’être: fuzzy cardigans and new albums.
Beyonce got sexy & grown with her Mrs. Carter Show World Tour. Banging on the drums was extremely popular. A$AP Rocky was so late he nearly missed the whole thing.
Plus details on the sisters’ debut album ‘Days Are Gone’ and 2013 tour dates.
The final day of Governors Ball could be summed up in one word: Kanye. But stellar performances from the likes of The xx, Haim, Grizzly Bear and the outshined fellow headliners, Avett Brothers should definitely not go unmentioned.