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2.2 Million YouTube Views in First 24 Hours

Top 5 iTunes Video Chart

Top 15 iTunes Singles Chart

The people have spoken: They want their summer hard rock anthem and they’ve found it in Foo Fighters’ superlative new “Run.”

In the 24 hours since “Run” was unleashed on the public without warning, an eager populace has devoured the song and its mind boggling time warp of a video to the tune of 2.2 million YouTube views—the highest first-day numbers of any single in the Foo Fighters’ hit-laden career.

At press time, “Run” stood proudly as the the only entry by an actual rock n roll band in theTop 15 of the iTunes songs chart, where it is currently at #14 and climbing. The Dave Grohl-directed “Run” clip has simultaneously hurtled to #5 on the iTunes video chart.

Critical praise has been as deafening as “Run” itself, with raves from longtime supporters to first time boosters:

“An onslaught of guitars… (an) anthem readymade for singalongs”—USA TODAY Song of the Week

“Eight (and perhaps soon to be nine) albums into his Foo Fighters career, Grohl still wails with the infectiously unhinged force of a kid a third his age.”—NPR

“The song and the Dave Grohl-directed video are a brilliant return to form for the esteemed rockers.”—NOISEY

“An immediate asskicker… a full-bore riff-rocker with a huge, triumphant chorus. —STEREOGUM

“The Dave Grohl-led outfit is celebrating 22 years this summer, but anyone fearing that the band’s sledgehammer riffs have gone soft will have their ear drums pounded into rubble by their new song, ‘Run.’ Age brings wisdom, and a greater ability to shred.”—PEOPLE

“Opens as a dreamy, slow burner then, as you’d expect with the Foos, quickly turns heavy as thunder. How heavy? So heavy your mom will hate it and your neighbors will tell you to turn it down. So heavy it might just feature some of the most hulking moments in the Foos’ canon.”—BILLBOARD

“No one in this band is ever going to age. They’ve sipped from the fountain of the youth and will remain spry even from the grave… There is some truth here, though: Should the band ever meet their twilight years, they would almost certainly tear the roof off of a retirement home… and rock their wrinkled faces off with a song possibly even more ferocious than this.”—VULTURE

“The brawl and madness continue as ‘Run’ vacillates between a vicious rager and a steady headbanger.”—ROLLING STONE

“Foo Fighters have made their epic return with a new single ‘Run,’ alongside an amazing music video directed by frontman Dave Grohl.”—ALTERNATIVE PRESS

“There’s a none-too-subtle message here about not going gently into that good night; although the Foo Fighters are nearing the band’s 25th anniversary, they’re still a long way from the retirement home.”–AV CLUB

“Foo Fighters return with glorious new single ‘Run’ and video… With the hiatus officially over, the band has returned with a new sense of purpose… By the end of the whole thing, you’ll have the air knocked right out of ya.”—CONSEQUENCE OF SOUND

“America’s favorite rockers are back..a dynamic new single that is sure to appeal to the hardcore Foo fans–and might earn them some new ones.”—PASTE

“Foo Fighters don’t do anything by half, and the group returned with a bang Thursdaymorning with a new single and video, ‘Run.’ The five-minute-plus song combines a driving riff and soaring chorus with a near-thrash-metal breakdown that brings even more heft to an already heavy track.”—VARIETY

Photo by Brantley Gutierrez




DIGITAL ALBUM ‘OK Computer OKNOTOK 1997 – 2017’


Radiohead’s previously unreleased “I Promise” has been made available to stream and download.

“I Promise” is one of 3 previously unreleased tracks to be featured on the band’s album OKNOTOK, which will be released on June 23 through XL Recordings. The digital version of the album is now available to preorder.

The release of “I Promise” is accompanied by a new video for the song, directed by Michal Marczak who previously directed the vignette for “Identikit” from A Moon Shaped Pool, as well as the clip for Mark Pritchard’s “Beautiful People” featuring Thom Yorke.

OKNOTOK appears 20 years after the release of Radiohead’s landmark third album OK COMPUTER. The new version features the original album, eight B-sides and also the three previously unissued studio recordings “I Promise,” “Lift” and “Man of War.”

All material on OKNOTOK is newly remastered from the original analog tapes.




Title Track From Forthcoming Fifth Album Available Now

Watch the video for ‘Everything Now’ Here:

Infinite Content Tour Dates Announced: /

Having performed the song live for the first time at a surprise show in Barcelona, Arcade Fire has now released “Everything Now,” the title track from the band’s fifth album due out July 28th.

The new album is Arcade Fire’s first release under its new partnership with the global media and e-commerce platform Everything Now in synergy with the Sony Corporation.

“Everything Now” is available with pre-orders of the album and is now live on streaming platforms.

Physical configurations of Everything Now will include CD, cassette, and heavyweight black vinyl LP—which will feature 20 different artwork variants, each bearing the album title in one of 20 different languages. There will also be a limited exclusive “Night” packaging of both CD and colored vinyl LP formats.

Everything Now was produced by Arcade Fire, Thomas Bangalter and Steve Mackey, with co-production by Markus Dravs.

The album was recorded at Boombox Studios in New Orleans, Sonovox Studios in Montreal, and Gang Recording Studio in Paris.

Arcade Fire has also announced the first leg of the Infinite Content tour, featuring an extensive fall run of North American dates. Tickets for the shows listed below go on sale beginning Friday, June 9th at 10am local time. Further dates will be announced as they are confirmed. For more information, updates, information on pre-sales etc., see

Arcade Fire is Win Butler, Will Butler, Regine Chassagne, Jeremy Gara, Tim Kingsbury and Richard Reed Parry.

Infinite Content Tour
All Dates On Sale Beginning Friday, June 9 at 10am local time

Tue Sep 05 Quebec City, QC Centre Videotron
Wed Sep 06 Montreal, QC Bell Centre
Sat Sep 09 Ottawa, ON Canadian Tire Centre
Tue Sep 12 New York, NY Madison Square Garden
Fri Sep 15 Boston, MA TD Garden
Sat Sep 16 Washington, DC Verizon Center
Sun Sep 17 Philadelphia, PA Wells Fargo Center
Thu Sep 21 Atlanta, GA Infinite Energy Arena
Fri Sep 22 Tampa, FL USF Sun Dome
Sat Sep 23 Miami, FL Watsco Center at the University of Miami
Tue Sep 26 New Orleans, LA UNO Lakefront Arena
Wed Sep 27 Austin, TX Frank Erwin Center
Thu Sep 28 Dallas, TX American Airlines Center
Wed Oct 11 Edmonton, AB Rogers Place
Thu Oct 12 Calgary, AB Scotiabank Saddledome
Sat Oct 14 Vancouver, BC Pacific Coliseum
Sun Oct 15 Seattle, WA Key Arena
Tue Oct 17 Oakland, CA Oracle Arena
Wed Oct 18 San Diego, CA Viejas Arena
Fri Oct 20 Los Angeles, CA The Forum
Sun Oct 22 Las Vegas, NV Mandalay Bay Events Center
Wed Oct 25 Denver, CO Pepsi Center
Fri Oct 27 Kansas City, MO Silverstein Eye Centers Arena
Sun Oct 29 St. Paul, MN Xcel Energy Center
Wed Nov 01 Windsor, ON Windsor Credit Family Union Centre
Fri Nov 03 Toronto, ON Air Canada Centre
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Hearts and minds — and, it goes without saying, eardrums — were blown this morning as the world’s biggest exporter of undiluted American stadium rock, Foo Fighters, surprise-released “Run,” a monolithic song of the summer shoo-in as melodic as it is monstrously heavy.

An ageless melodic hard rock anthem that showcases everything that’s made Foo Fighters an unstoppable road and radio conquering machine, “Run” is the first new Foo Fighters music since the band gifted fans with the free Saint Cecilia EP in late 2015.

“Run” is accompanied by a time-traveling mind-warp of a video directed by the band’s own Dave Grohl, in which the song’s dive-bombing verses and soaring choruses are matched by an insane performance from the band as you’ve never seen them before, playing for an audience you’d never imagine. All told, the “Run” video is as much a must-see as the song is an instant FF classic, both boldly looking into the band’s future while building on the rock solid Foo Fighters foundation.

Foo Fighters are Dave Grohl, Taylor Hawkins, Nate Mendel, Chris Shiflett, Pat Smear and Rami Jaffee.

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Photo by Brantley Gutierrez