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They say misery loves company, and for Canadian rockers Silverstein their latest single Die Alone, taken from the the impending new album Misery Made Me Do It, is a fiery concourse of hardcore savagery, complete with Comeback Kid vocalist Andrew Nuefeld on guest vocals.
Having now clocked up 22 years in action as a band, the post-hardcore collective have certainly not dulled their creative claws as the venture into a third decade together. Recently harnessing the fury and uncertainty of lockdowns and restrictions into writing and recording, Silverstein ultimately have emerged into 2022 with a riotous new lease on their sonic expression as they build towards the release of a triumphant tenth studio album, officially due out on May 6.
But where previously released singles Bankrupt and It’s Over off the impending new release jolted with galling catharsis and spiralling anguish respectively, it’s on the group’s brand new track Die Alone officially out today that Silverstein not only wholly embody the tumultuous chaos facing the world at large: they also emphatically embrace their hardcore roots, busting out one of their heaviest tracks to date, complete with rollicking beats, ravenous riffs, caustic vocals and compelling thematics.
Rounding out the irresistible throwback brutality on Die Alone, Silverstein recruited fellow Candian punk lord Andrew Neufeld to guest on the track, with Silverstein vocalist Shane Told explaining: “Our roots are in fast hardcore and punk, it’s a style we have touched on over the years, but with the frustration and anger I felt at the time, I wanted to take this one all the way. “I knew the song could benefit from a second voice, and thought of Andrew immediately. His signature snarl and delivery put this thing over the top.”
With Nuefeld joining the band for a ferocious live performance of the track in the accompanying music video, directed by long time collaborator Wyatt Clough, the overarching thematics behind Die Alone duly complement the exploration of misery and resentment underlying the broader Misery Made Me Do It album. A dire yet cathartic exploration into noxious interactions, Die Alone strikes an indelible and universal chord, as Told elaborates: “Lyrically, ‘Die Alone’ discusses the power imbalance that often happens in one-sided friendships – where a toxic person controls another. It’s a classic theme, but one we have seen a lot more over the past few years with misinformation leading to tremendous pressure from people to act a certain way, or vote a certain way, or become a puppet for a negative cause.”
Vocal powerhouse, singer songwriter Karise Eden returns with brand new single, Gone. The track is a further taste of her forthcoming EP, a follow up to last year’s heart-wrenching release, My Old Friend.
Karise tells the story behind the creation of the song: “This song was gifted to me by one of the most inspirational women I’ve met in a while… Stef Duzel, Publican of the Macedon Railway Hotel in Victoria. One in a million. A true songstress and songwriter.
“I’m playing a gig at the pub. She takes me to a room at the back with this bed, guitar, and amps. We’re talking, laughing our heads off – music, life, kids, exes, her pub, you name it!
“She tuned her instruments up, while telling me her story, telling me about how she’d written this song, that she envisioned someone like me singing. Then she starts playing her guitar and out bellowed this voice like no other. The kind of voice you only hear from a life that’s been lived, a life that’s loved, been loved and a life that’s been broken more times before. When she began singing, the walls I have to hold everything inside, broke.
“She apologised for making me so emotional. I told her to keep singing. Every lyric that poured out of her spoke so deeply to me. I said I would absolutely love to sing this song and we worked at it, in a heartbeat. And so ‘Gone’ came to be.”
Following their syrupy bop Sugar and lush single Sister, Melbourne’s cult pop-mystiques Dorsal Fins share Criminal, their third single & accompanying animated video from their long-awaited third album Star of the Show, out Friday May 13 via Dot Dash Recordings / Remote Control Records.
Criminal came together from a demo that co-vocalist Jarrad Brown had hidden in his vault, initially titled Spirit Gambler. The song took flight at one of the band’s weekly Sunday writing rituals, channelling the power of three in the name of the magic of collectivism. Brown’s sweet spy jazz/funk instrumental forming the basis, they rode with the theme of gambling your spirit for a ‘momentary high’, a theme that runs hot throughout the album.
Multi-instrumentalist Liam Mcgorry explains “It’s a song about how we are constantly being wooed by Capitalism to consume more & more, and the things we sacrifice for the sake of convenience. We raise our own stakes, We must work, play, achieve, relax hard & fast and score ourselves accordingly. Criminal says ‘we see your tricks and we Stan true to our spirit’.
On the making of the video artist and illustrator Eleanor James shares “I’ve drawn on archetypal and folkloric imagery to evoke the idea of the hero’s journey. I wanted to create a familiar fairytale world for a cast of both earthly and celestial characters to exist in and explore, entering the unknown, and overcoming unexpected trials together.”
Internationally acclaimed Perth band Datura4 – the current outfit of iconic Perth rock’n’roller Dom Mariani of The Stems and Someloves fame – have premiered their new single Open The Line.
“Open The Line” is the first single from Datura4’s new Neanderthal Jam LP which will be released later in the year on Alive Naturalsound Records. Mariani sheds a bit of light into the making of the track: “It’s one of those songs that came together with very little fuss. Our drummer, Warren Hall, had the drum groove initially from what started out as a casual jam at his home studio in the Perth hills. The rhythm invites you in to dance to the music so to speak, we had fun putting it together and it slotted in well amongst the heavier/darker tunes. The message of the song is a universal and simple one, ‘love is the only answer.’ It’s easier said than done, unfortunately, but something I think we can all agree with. The group vocal, Bob’s Hammond organ, the fuzz guitar riff and the cow-bell really seals the deal.”
The mighty KREATOR are proud to unveil Strongest Of The Strong, the second single from their forthcoming fifteenth studio album, HATE ÜBER ALLES, which will be released on June 10th, 2022. Five years after their highly acclaimed album Gods Of Violence (2017), peaking at #1 in the German album charts, the genre-defining band are happy to present this 11-track behemoth.
The unrelenting mid-tempo sledgehammer Strongest Of The Strong definitely lives up to its name and quite fittingly features renowned strongman and vegan advocate Patrik Baboumian who adds thundering backing vocals to the song’s anthemic chorus.
Patrik also appears in the music video for the song as the comic book character Earthraiser who’s fighting for animals and nature. The video was directed by Tom Schlagkamp and shot in South Africa. Check it out below!
Mille Petrozza comments:
“Strongest of the Strong represents every person on this planet who is striving to become a force of good in a world filled with a lot of bad. It’s a straightforward banger with a message that only one man could carry; his name is Patrik ‘Earthraiser’ Baboumian! Great working with him in the studio and on the music video, a man with a lot of shared values with my own. We hope you enjoy!”
David Guetta, Becky Hill and Ella Henderson have come together on new collaborative single Crazy What Love Can Do.
Crazy What Love Can Do announces itself with the soaring, instantly-recognisable vocals of both Becky Hill and Ella Henderson and pairs feelgood piano chords with euphoric drops. Not the first time Guetta and Hill have joined forces, it follows their 2021 hit collab Remember, which has garnered over 150 million streams to date.
In typically prolific form, Crazy What Love Can Do follows a mammoth collaboration where Guetta teamed with Joel Corry and Bryson Tiller on his latest single What Would You Do?. He also was awarded world’s best DJ in the coveted DJ Mag ‘Top 100’ poll, just won ‘Dance Act of the Year’ award at this year’s iHeartRadio Music Awards, and also remixed the Kodak Black global smash Super Gremlin.
Speaking more on the single, Guetta comments “This to me is a summer dance record, and I think it spreads an important message of love and just how powerful it is. I really enjoyed working once again with Becky, since our first successful single ’Remember’, and working with Ella for the first time was also very exciting. It was a pleasure to work with both these incredible artists.”
WILDSTREET’s latest single Won’t Be Apart (feat. Todd Long) began as a voice memo of a melodic idea, sent to Eric Jayk (Wildstreet) from Ghost of Sunset’s Todd Long. After a few short weeks the song was recorded and Jon Wyman (The Pretty Reckless) had been recruited to mix. This isn’t the first time Jayk and Long have combined forces, with previous collaborations including Ghost of Sunset’s All I Wanna Do is Rock and Look Me Up (If You Come Down), both released in 2021 via Golden Robot Records.
Won’t Be Apart (feat. Todd Long) is out now on all digital platforms. The track’s highlights include a pedal steel guitar solo, strings and lush vocal harmonies reminiscent of 90s R&B.
Following the release of Apocalyptica’s latest single I’ll Get Through It two weeks ago, featuring Franky Perez – guest vocalist in Apocalyptica’s 2015 record Shadowmaker – and Geezer Butler of Black Sabbath on bass guitar, the Finnish cello-rock quartet have released a brand new music video for the song.
The song was born out of a visit Geezer & Franky paid to their friend Diane Warren, who had already written the track Not Strong Enough for Apocalyptica, included in their 2010 record 7th Symphony. “Franky & I were visiting my friend, Diane, at her studio. She played us this song, saying that she thought it would work well with Frankie’s voice. He gave it a try on the spot. We loved it. Franky then suggested sending it to Apocalyptica. They loved it, and the rest is history,” comments Geezer.
I’ll Get Through It marks the first collaboration between Apocalyptica and Franky Perez since he sang on Shadowmaker, which adds to the excitement for the members of Apocalyptica. About the song, lead cello player Perttu Kivilaakso shares: “’I’ll Get Through It’ – is a meaningful and beautiful song by an incredible songwriter Diane Warren, with whom we’ve also had the pleasure of working with before. We can’t wait for you to hear the final result… falling in love again with Franky’s sensual performance, Geezer’s earthshakingly powerful bass, and our wistfully haunting cellos, among the inevitable presence of all the rhythms and groove!”
GRAMMY-nominated producer/songwriter/performer Maggie Rogers returns with That’s Where I Am, the explosive first single from her new album, Surrender. Her powerful, emotive vocals glide over a shapeshifting sound that melds electronic, acoustic and electric elements to joyous effect. Rogers wrote and produced That’s Where I Am with Kid Harpoon. The track was recorded at Electric Lady Studios in New York City and at Peter Gabriel’s Real World Studios near Bath, England.
The official video for That’s Where I Am, co-directed by Rogers, Michael Scanlon and Warren Fu (Daft Punk, Dua Lipa, The 1975), is a love letter to Rogers’ adopted hometown of New York City and its vibrant, diverse energy. She strides confidently through the city, engulfed in crowds and encountering a few notable New Yorkers – GRAMMY, Oscar and Tony award winning artist David Byrne, photographer Quil Lemons and singer-songwriter Hamilton Leithauser – on her way to a powerful, skyscraper-lit nighttime performance. Watch the video below.
Maggie Rogers, who will perform at the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival on April 17 and 24, said, “That’s Where I Am is a story I’d been carrying around for many years, the story of a love that had been with me and unfolding for a long time. A lot of the events that Surrender chronicles take place in New York City. In the stark solitude and distance of covid, it was the backdrop for all my claustrophobic fantasies. The proximity and pleasure of just staring at strangers. The way a night could unfold. Events that interrupt your day instead of having to consciously and deliberately make each decision. I longed for someone to sweat on me. Spill their beer on my shoes. Be too tall for me to see at the concert. The city’s music and attitude was a big source of inspiration for the record. For all these reasons, there was only ever one place we could shoot the video. I’ve always said that New York is the city that winks back. It’s a main character. It’s a friend, a lover, an enemy sometimes. In many ways, the music video is about that New York love story. And on those filming days, it felt like the city was on our side. We got our first taste of true New York spring. That feral downtown explosion when suddenly everyone’s smoking on the sidewalks in short sleeves and drinking gin and tonics. The appearance of a few classic New York characters – David Byrne, The Walkmen’s Hamilton Leithauser, and photographer Quil Lemons – made the daydream feel complete.”
UK rockers REEF will release their new album, Shoot Me Your Ace on April 29 in Australia via Aussie rock label, Dinner For Wolves.
The Glastonbury quartet have released their brand new single, Best Of Me, accompanied by a brilliant lyric video, which brings their album art to life, featuring musical skeletons, wolfman skateboarders and glorious animation.
A stomping AC/DC-style rocker, it’s another intoxicating taste of their forthcoming new album, Shoot Me Your Ace, and sure to set rooms alight on their headline UK tour next month.
“We want this album to make people just feel good about living, to appreciate life, to give them inspiration to play guitar or drums or sing or whatever they’ve got going on right now,” comments bassist Jack Bessant. “We’ve made a killer rock’n’roll record. And we want to go out and rock.”
Motor Sister is excited to share their new single Right There, Just Like That, taken from their forthcoming album Get Off, to be released on May 6 via Metal Blade Records.
“To me this tune has a great nod to our early 70’s influences without it sounding trite,” shares bassist Joey Vera. “It sounds fresh and modern while still feeling familiar.”
Vocalist/guitarist Jim Wilson adds: “The riff was so driving and sexy, the song had to be about a girl who just wants to have fun! And it really shows the strength we have with two strong singers.”
Concludes guitarist Scott Ian: “Monster RIFF + giant HOOK = Right There, Just Like That. Bang your heads!!!”
Following the release of the irresistible emo / indie hybrid that is recent single The Drama Scene, Brisbane pop-punk outfit Waxflower are sharing their nostalgic music video accompaniment that will satisfy any and all cravings for your favourite college movies from the early 00’s.
A personification of self-inflicted negativity surrounding his social life, the video is set during a college style party as lead singer Tristan Higginson floats detached through the room, remaining dissociated from the scene as partygoers continue to swirl around him.
Directed by guitarist Nick Hargans, the video is inspired by movies of another era, as he explains, “I’ve been rewatching a lot of late 90’s and early 00’s horror and college style movies, and I didn’t really have a solid idea for ‘The Drama Scene’ video, so I wanted to make it look like a scene from one of those movies.
“The video starts off with Tristan at this party and everyone is acting like he isn’t there, then ends with them partying with him… a reference to the drama in life and the name of the song.”
Pop-punk powerhouses State Champs have shared their newest single and music video Eventually. On the surface the track seems to tell a story about a conflict between two separate individuals, but in reality, it tells the all-too-familiar story of a mental and physical battle within one person. Paired with a music video filled with behind-the-scenes footage, the dynamic track finds State Champs at the top of their game.
On the new track, the band shares: “In the past few years, I’ve had my first real experience with mental health issues, as well as some physical battles that have affected my thought process on the future. This song is about facing those things head on. I’ve never been one to open up about these things, so I hope if anyone relates to ‘Eventually’ even in the slightest, it lets them know that it’s ok to have these feelings and to talk about them. Writing this song motivated me to take the necessary steps to get my mind and body back to a healthy place, and I hope those listening are able to do the same.”
Following the announcement of his National Australian Tour, Running Touch shares Why Do I, the penultimate single from his forthcoming debut album Carmine – released Friday May 6th. Premiering last night on triple j’s Good Nights with Bridget Hustwaite, the release arrives as the Melbourne artist prepares for his first of two special appearances at Coachella Festival.
As one of the highlights on the long-awaited Carmine album, Running Touch says,” Why Do I is a reflection upon myself ten years ago. It’s centered around the house where I came into being who I am today, and my partner who made me much of who I am. The two biggest pillars of my life started at the place which this song is set. My partner and a project that would eventually lead to this.”
Last week, Interpol premiered Toni, the first single from their new album The Other Side Of Make-Believe, released July 15th on Matador. The song was accompanied by the opening instalment of a two-part film directed by Van Alpert (Post Malone, Machine Gun Kelly), which quickly went to garner over a quarter of a million views on YouTube.
Interpol now release the second and concluding part, as well as unveil new song Something Changed. Watch HERE. Singer Paul Banks says: “In “Something Changed,” part 2 of our short film with Van Alpert, reality and reverie converge and our two lead characters find themselves in a kind of dream state – being pursued inexorably by an ominous figure (played by myself.) The lives of the three are intertwined in a nebula of fear, retribution, desire, and defiance. Who will receive their just deserts? Stay tuned and find out!!!”
Belle and Sebastian have released a new single, Young and Stupid, taken from their forthcoming new album A Bit Of Previous, out May 6th on Matador. The song is accompanied by a lyric video which gets unfettered access into the band members respective family photo albums.
Actor Jon Hamm (Mad Men, Baby Driver) said: “In 2015 at Bonnaroo, Belle and Sebastian invited Zach Galifianakis and me up to the stage during their set to toss gummy bears in each other’s mouths. Then Stuart got into the fun and demanded a catch as well. It was dramatic, stupid, and done with style and grace. I know I can speak for Zach when I say ‘I want to thank them for their inclusion of us into their show.’ I know the audience was simply confused, but we were absolutely delighted. Please enjoy this new album with a gummy bear of your choice, and think fondly of all of us.”
Melbourne-based electronic rock band Black Cab share their new single Superheroes and announce their long awaited sixth album Rotsler’s Rule to be released May 13th on digital and limited edition vinyl, with launch shows in Melbourne and Sydney.
The album started as a series of free flowing electronica jams at Melbourne’s Bakehouse studios with local producer Graeme Pogson (GL, Bamboos) on drums and dials, and features guest appearances by Evan Tweedie (Husky, DubFX), Lucy Buckeridge (Lowtide) and Steve Law (Zen Paradox) with mixing by long time Cab producer Woody Annison. Black Cab founder members Andrew Coates and James Lee were keen to explore simpler, synth driven ideas with vocal themes influenced by cosplay sub cultures and memes. Exploring the early origins of cosplay took them to William “Bill’ Rotsler, a noted illustrator, sci-fi author and amateur pornographer whose ‘Rotsler’s Rules for Costuming’ set a loose framework for early sci-fi convention costume events. The band received permission to use an early Rotsler illustration from a 1946 sci-fi fanzine, The Acolyte for the front cover.
CHLOE TRUJILLO & RAV MEDIC have released the official music video for their latest single, The Heaviest Sound is Silence, out now through Golden Robot Records.
Written by Trujillo, The Heaviest Sound is Silence explores ways to escape the daily madness and find inner calm. In a world of chaos and distraction, sometimes the hardest thing to find is peace and silence. A mellow sync pattern starts the track, before a low and heavy riff gets the song moving, with Chloe’s vocals driving the melody.
The music video was edited by Oleg Rooz, with the band thanking Mona Greer, Edgar Barradas, Cat Govelli, Adam Zaffarese, Tosha Jones, Kasia Trujillo, Yves Aerts, Hayden Crimmins, Hugo Rock, and Frederic Biever for providing footage.
Alternative Wellington rockers Voodoo Bloo, have dropped the video for their new single, Small – the track is out now at https://bfan.link/VBsmall!
The single followed on from the 2021-released single, Skin, with both tracks featuring on the upcoming sophomore Voodoo Bloo album, THE BLESSED GHOST out July 15 through PlasticGroove!
Rory McDonald. lead singer and guitarist, said that “The Small video was an absolute blast to shoot. We did try and do a behind the scenes video for it (which is up on our YouTube as well), but no matter how we tried to explain it, we always said the same thing, this was just so fun to do, to be able to go into a music video without a single idea what you’re gonna shoot or how it was gonna look on the other side, it may be simple, but I think the fun we had on the day translates over to anyone watching.”
He went on to say that “‘Small’ is a song about the “Peter Pan complex”, knowing you have to grow up no matter how hard the change may be. In a way it was written not only to a younger self but also my mother, about my growth into a person, but the distance it’s made from memories long gone.”
With only 2 songs released it’s hard to pin any genre on Velatine, the only binding property is Maggie Alleys voice, the new addition to a project started in 2018 by Loki Lockwood. The first song Comic is somewhat stripped bare electronica with orchestral overtones while No God leans more towards a guitar driven industrial vibe.
At the beginning Loki delved deep into the world of electronica in an unconventional way, combining a love of cinematic soundtracks, industrial and orchestral music. Along with respect for a great pop song he started hatching the Velatine Plan. The mission was to build a catalogue of music strong enough to snare a brilliant female singer with which to collaborate with. As the momentum gathered he quit his job teaching audio at a well known Melbourne institution feeling like 2020 was going to be the year!!!! Well what a disaster that turned our to be. Living in one of the most locked down cities of the world Plan B was hatched. Siphoning off ‘out-takes’ that were deemed too moody for the future look of Velatine he released an album ‘Store Atmospherics’ in May 2020 and as the lock-downs continued quickly followed it up with a single We Are, Are You Alright? and a second album in October that year The Trap.
By the start of 2021 releasing instrumental music had worn thin so the writing returned to the original plan to find ‘the singer’. Most of 2021 was stop / start. Singers were approached but it seemed nothing would stick so Loki spent most of the year honing his musical and lyric writing skills. Then in October he messaged a young singer Maggie Alley to gauge her interest in perhaps recording a song or two. She appeared at the door of Creepy Hollow, Loki’s home and studio base without ever having met and after what could be described as an explosive first session they quickly agreed it was something they should develop fully. Not entirly surprising as Maggie, even at her young age has been writing her own material for years, has already released two EPs and is currently working with her band on her debut album. Loki has on numerous occasions said “Maggie brings to the music I write a natural ability to inflict a deep understanding of the differing emotions displayed song to song, she possesses a voice well beyond her age, truly her own style but if you need any references think PJ Harvey or Siouxsie Sioux”.
Now they’re ready to show what they’ve got by kicking it off with a 7 inch single release Comic / No God
Baby Strange having been generating slow-burning punk rock energy in the UK since their inception in 2012. After a string of lauded singles that saw the band touring the Isles and building a solid reputation as a must catch act on festival bills and national supports.
A creative departure from the Glasgow band’s signature sound, Only Feel It When I’m With You builds upon the new textures and sounds recently delivered with the surprise drop of taster single Midnight on New Years Eve and its anthemic follow up Under The Surface at the end of January.
The new single’s slower tempo, mesmerising melody and melancholic vocal delivery from both the band’s Johnny Madden and Hayley make it one of the most daringly beautiful tracks Baby Strange have released to date.
Speaking on the collaboration, Hayley says, “I met the Baby Strange lads at the Priory in Glasgow. Loved their vibe and we hit it off straight away. There’s a great little rock scene bubbling in that city that I’ve missed while I’ve not been able to get there, so I’m incredibly stoked to be part of this track and stay connected with them in a musical way. It’s a killer and I look forward to coming and playing it live with them sometime in the near future.”
Universes are born and die every second out there. But Brisbane’s UNI/VS (read: Universes) are here to stay and they return to announce their first new music since 2020.
The new single Saboteur is out now. It comes with an intense and symbol-heavy videoclip Filmed & Directed By Colin Jeffs (Ten of Swords) and Produced By Ten Of Swords & UNI/VS.
Michael Ryan, Guitarist/Vocalist for UNI/VS, said this about the brand new track. “Saboteur was inspired through observation of a flawed part of the human condition – the desire to consciously and subconsciously self sabotage our lives when things become uncomfortable or foreign. Even when the change or situation is beneficial we sometimes seem to look for an out from responsibility, stress or power. It’s only when we hit rock bottom we seem to feel grounded.”
liveconformdie’s previous single Terrorwave was very much a statement in and of itself – the band themselves stating essentially: “There is honestly no deeper meaning about the track…This is Terrorwave.”
Not so much the case with their new single Help Yourself. It’s out on Friday April 8 and can be pre-saved here.
This one hits hard – and they want it to! They have put a personal touch on the new single, hitting on some dark struggles, self-reflection and growth that vocalist Troy Van Der Meer has dealt with over the past few years.
Van Der Meer recounts “At the end of recording Circa ’94 in mid-2018, I was the happiest and most mentally stable I’d ever been in my whole life. I felt accomplished and grounded with music, I had great friends and a new love in recreational ice hockey that kept me in some semblance of a routine and sanity. Fast forward to the end of 2019 and I felt like a shell of who I was, mistrust in a lot of people around me and deep painful hurt towards people who once passionately told me they loved me.
I always did my best to suppress my emotions and save face, purposely keeping myself busy with work or hobbies whenever I could. Inevitably though, it boils to the surface, in one way or another and I sent myself down a slippery slope of abusing substances, promiscuity and general danger seeking toxic behaviour. A bit ironic – but breaking my ankle in 2020 was one of the best things to happen to this version of me. It forced me to stop and slow down. It forced me to truly answer the questions I’d be running away from and drowning out with these bad habits.
This song is the culmination of going down that dark path, finally facing the memories that you’ve twisted, contorted and over-analysed for months on end. It’s about finally coming to terms with the fact that even people who tell you they love you, can turn on you, tear you down and try to convince you that you’re the problem. It’s about moving on and not being stuck in someone else’s game. It’s about helping yourself. Even if that means treading water in the deep end for a little while.”
3x GRAMMY® Award-winning, multi-platinum certified superstar Lizzo has shared her long awaited new single, About Damn Time, available now via Nice Life Recording Company/Atlantic Records at all DSPs and streaming services. The confident, empowering track is joined by an official music video.
About Damn Time heralds Lizzo’s highly-anticipated upcoming album SPECIAL, due July 15th with pre-orders available now HERE.
This weekend will see Lizzo celebrating the eagerly anticipated arrival of About Damn Time by returning to NBC’s Saturday Night Live as both host and musical guest – her first appearance on the show since serving as musical guest back in 2019. The appearance follows recent visits to NBC’s The TODAY Show and CBS’ The Late Late Show with James Corden, the latter of which saw Lizzo teasing About Damn Time by giving fans an exclusive first listen to the funky new single.
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