jimmy eat world
Producer Mark Trombino has helped Blink-182 and Jimmy Eat World, as they say, make the donuts, from Dude Ranch to Bleed American and other pop-punk gems along the way. Now Trombino is literally making donuts… with a nod to his punk past.
Fan footage has hit the internet of Arizona rockers Jimmy Eat World covering Taylor Swift’s 2012 hit single in Pittsburgh and Cleveland.
This week, June 17-21, sees pop-rock veterans Jimmy Eat World playing in support of their eighth studio album and Scottish up-and-comers Chvrches bringing something new to the States.
After 19 years, seven albums and myriad of hits, Jimmy Eat World have made a lasting impression across multiple generations and fans of all types of music.
Every Tuesday, Dan Weiss runs down the week’s new full-length music releases, from charting hits to more obscure depths, the underrated and the overrated, from a critical pop fan’s perspective.
This week the big story is Paul McCartney’s hour-long special on Colbert, which will see the Beatle talking with Stephen Colbert as well as playing a handful of hits.
Slated for May 18, the KROQ Weenie Roast 2013 will feature The Black Keys, Thirty Seconds To Mars and Vampire Weekend among its list of headlining acts.
The album’s first single, “I Will Steal You Back,” world-premiered this morning on KROQ’s Kevin & Bean morning show, at which point Adkins explained the grown-up sentiment behind the classic Jimmy Eat World mid-tempo sonic love letter.
Despite not having a record label at the time, the alternative radio darlings began recording the album last August, and will release the album this June.