Brand New launch pre-orders for LP5 (due in October), announce tour
The tour includes a show at Kings Theatre in Brooklyn.
Manchester Orchestra’s ‘I’m Like a Virgin Losing a Child’ is a misunderstood classic
As Manchester Orchestra gear up to release a new album and tour with Tigers Jaw and Foxing, we look back on their decade-old debut.
Voodoo Fest 2017 lineup & tix: Kendrick Lamar, Foo Fighters, LCD Soundsystem & more
The New Orleans festival happens over Halloween weekend and the lineup also includes The Killers, Brand New, Miguel, Afghan Whigs, Charles Bradley & His Extraordinaires, Whitney, The Black Angels, and lots more.
Brand New, Death Cab, Tegan & Sara, Cloud Nothings & more playing inaugural High & Low fes…
In addition to Brand New's first-announced show of 2017, KROQ's new California festival also includes Best Coast, PUP, Citizen, (Sandy) Alex G, Now Now, Kevin Devine, and more.
28 exciting indie rock albums (probably) being released this spring-fall
In the world of traditional "indie rock", this year has already been pretty rewarding, musically speaking. Here's almost 30 more mostly-established indie rock artists we love that are releasing -- or probably releasing -- albums before 2018 gets here...
If rock is “the new jazz,” then I blame The Strokes
If the claims are true that rock is "the new jazz" (aka a genre that stopped evolving and became "classical music"), then we might have to blame 'Is This It.' It set the precedent that "saving rock" was synonymous with "sounding a lot like beloved old roc…
watch Brand New cover Julien Baker’s “Sprained Ankle”
Brand New (well, Jesse Lacey solo) covered the title track off Julien Baker's excellent debut album 'Sprained Ankle' in El Paso last night.
Brand New will not release a new album in 2016, playing Devil & God in full on tour
"While there exists a collection of songs that, right now, some would call fit to be an album, to us it is not complete enough, refined enough, or edited thoroughly enough to be something we would call finished or essential."
Riot Fest Chicago 2016 – Saturday pics & review (Morrissey, Death Cab, Brand New, Fucked U…
The second day of Riot Fest Chicago (September 17) featured sets from Morrissey, Death Cab for Cutie, Brand New, Social Distortion...