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The Voidz Release B-Side 'American Way' On Streaming Services
The Voidz Release B-Side ‘American Way’ On Streaming Services

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Taylor Swift added 14 dates to her previously announced 2024 European tour, all of which will be opened by Paramore.

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“Due to production logistics and scheduling issues,” the North American itinerary for Beyoncé’s Renaissance tour has shifted. The Aug. 3 Pittsburgh date is canceled, while shows have shifted in Seattle (from Sept. 13 to Sept. 14) and Kansas City, Mo. (from Sept. 18 to Oct. 1).

Jason Isbell makes a fleeting appearance at the 1:57 mark in the trailer for Martin Scorsese’s upcoming film Killers of the Flower Moon. The singer/songwriter plays a character named Bill Smith in the movie, which premieres on Oct. 20. Fellow musician Sturgill Simpson is also acting in the film.

Ahead of a new album out this Friday, ANOHNI and the Johnsons shared a video for “Why Am I Alive Now?,” directed by Euphoria star Hunter Schafer.

The Voidz digitally released a B-side previously only available on a CD single.

Beverly Glenn-Copeland will be playing shows for the first time since 2019, beginning Oct. 15 in Montreal.

Louise Post of Veruca Salt shared a video for “What About,” while Bethany Cosentino released another new song, “For a Moment,” from her upcoming solo debut Natural Disaster.

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