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06/28/2018
Jasmine Albertson
photo by Dave Lichterman

The Internet are releasing their fourth studio album, Hive Mind, next month. Last night, in promotion of the album, the band stopped by The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon to play “Come Over.” The song is the second single from the forthcoming album, following “Roll (Burbank Funk).” Hive Mind follows 2015’s Ego Death and is out July 20 via Columbia. [ SPIN ]

 

 


Florence + The Machine are also doing the late night television circuit for their new album, High as Hope, out tomorrow, June 29. Last night, they stopped by The Late Show with Stephen Colbert to perform “Hunger.” With the stage draped in curtains, Florence Welch spun around in a gauzy dress. Florence + The Machine will be in Seattle on Monday, September 10 to play the Key Arena, with opening performances by St. Vincent and rapper Lizzo. [ Consequence of Sound ]

 

 


LA-by-way-of-New York power trio Slothrust have announced their fourth LP, The Pact, due for arrival September 14 via Dangerbird. They’ve also shared the lead single, “Peach.” Frontwoman Leah Wellbaum said this about the song: “‘Peach’ is a song to my inner child, encouraging her to stay free and keep it weird, and to remind her that people who used to make you feel small are ultimately unimportant. It’s also about seeing where your own mind takes you. Playfulness can be found in free association, then figuring out what those connections are afterward.” [ Billboard ]

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