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Ten huge new album releases coming up in 2019!
Happy New Year, music lovers! 2018 was a cracker for great albums, and the coming 12 months also promises to shape up. Here’s just ten of the most exciting new album releases scheduled for 2019.
Lana Del Rey has been teasing the release of her fifth studio album, with the working title Norman F***ing Rockwell, since the end of the summer. This week, she trailed it with the release of new single and video, with the unwieldy title ‘hope is a dangerous thing for a woman like me…but I have it’, representing the fourth cut from the LP. There’s no release date as yet, but the last we heard LDR5 was going to appear in the first half of 2019.
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Music News Round-Up: Coachella 2019 Line-Up Announced, Gary Oldman To Voice Bowie App, UK's Best-Selling Vinyl Revealed
The week's biggest music news rounded up, including Coachella details, new Lana Del Rey music, and a Facebook petition for Stevie Nicks to work at McDonald's...
Coachella 2019 LINE-UP REVEALED
The line-up for the 2019 edition of Coachella Festival has been revealed, with the headliners named as Childish Gambino, Tame Impala and Ariana Grande.
Coachella is held annually in the grounds of the Empire Polo Club in Indio, California on consecutive weekends in mid-April. In 2019, it’s set to take place on the weekends of April 12th-14th and April 19th-21st, with the three days of acts identical over each weekend.
It all started when Azealia criticised Del Rey for saying Kanye West needed "an intervention" over his support for Donald Trump.
The often controversial Banks, whose top hit single was ‘212’, had described Del Rey as “vapid”, after the singer had last week left a lengthy comment on Kanye West’s Instagram post. All this comes in the context of the rap megastar’s recurring support for the divisive president Trump. Got all that?
“Don’t use Kanye for your own vapid attempts to seem politically aware when there is SO MUCH MORE bootleg witchcraft you could be doing to TRY and take down 45,” Banks retorted on Instagram.
Continue reading: Lana Del Rey And Azealia Banks' Twitter Feud Escalates
Music News Round-Up: Dave Grohl Covers Nirvana, Huge 2019 Ed Sheeran Gigs, Noel Gallagher's First Book
The latest music news rounded up, including Dave Grohl covering Nirvana, new Lana Del Rey and Nick Cave albums and a Noel Gallagher book.
Dave Grohl PERFORMS NIRVANA’S ‘IN BLOOM’
Since finding colossal fame on his own terms with Foo Fighters all those years ago, Dave Grohl very rarely breaks into his former band Nirvana’s catalogue.
However, this week he made an exception, taking to the drums for a guest spot alongside Trombone Shorty at Los Angeles’ Voodoo Threauxdown Festival for a rendition of ‘In Bloom’, the classic fourth single from Nirvana’s Nevermind album.
Del Rey was performing in Antwerp on Tuesday night when a male fan decided to rush the stage.
Pop icon Lana Del Rey was reportedly knocked over by a crazed male fan who jumped the security barrier and rushed the stage at the singer’s gig in Antwerp earlier this week.
The American singer, 32, was performing at the Sportpaleis in the Belgian city on Tuesday night (April 17th), touring her most recent fourth studio album Lust For Life. It wasn’t until the next morning that footage of the incident surfaced, which showed a male fan apparently jumping over a railing onto the stage just as she was leaving, flanked by security.
Immediately, social media began to fill up with speculation that the star may have been injured, with some witnesses claiming that the man ‘landed’ on her. Spokespeople for Del Rey have not yet commented on the incident.
Continue reading: Lana Del Rey "Knocked Down" After Crazed Fan Rushes Stage
A man planning to kidnap the singer has been arrested.
A delusional fan of Lana Del Rey has been arrested in the hours leading up to her concert in Orlando, after cryptic online messages suggested he may have been planning to kidnap the star - who he believes is the love of his life.
A 43-year-old man named Michael Hunt was placed under arrest for 'aggravated stalking and attempted kidnapping with a weapon' by Florida police over the weekend after he was stopped a block away from Orlando's Amway Center where Lana was due to perform with a ticket to the concert and a knife.
Continue reading: Lana Del Rey 'Kidnapper' Nabbed By Police On His Way To Her Show
Lana Del Rey at the 60th Annual Grammy Awards held at Madison Square Garden. Bruno Mars was the most successful winner this year, taking home seven awards altogether including Record of the Year - New York, New York, United States - Sunday 28th January 2018
The band have been in contact with the singer's team, but no legal action has taken place.
The situation between Lana Del Rey and Radiohead is not quite as serious as the singer made out, as the band's music publishers have just released a statement denying that any lawsuit had taken place or that they had been asking for 100 percent of the publishing for her song 'Get Free'.
The 32-year-old told her Twitter followers recently that Radiohead were suing her because of claims that her new song 'Get Free' from her album 'Lust For Life' sounded too much like their 1992 debut single 'Creep'. She even went as far as to say that lawyers have been relentless in that they would only accept 100 percent of the publishing. However, it seems no legal action has yet taken place.
Their lawyers are attacking one of her songs for alleged copyright theft.
Lana Del Rey has confirmed that she has been slammed with a lawsuit by British band Radiohead, with accusations that her new song 'Get Free' is a rip off of the group's debut single 'Creep'. The situation has divided fans, especially since 'Creep' was originally inspired by another song anyway.
The 32-year-old singer opened up to her followers on Twitter about the new litigation she's involved in regarding the song 'Get Free' from her latest studio album 'Lust For Life'. Radiohead are apparently after the full royalties for the track for its similarity to 1992's 'Creep'.
Continue reading: Why Is Radiohead Suing Lana Del Rey?
It's no longer appropriate to sing her controversial 2012 song.
With the predatory uncurrent of Hollywood finally being unveiled, Lana Del Rey has decided to drop one of her tracks from any future set list. Her tune 'Cola' from her 2012 EP 'Paradise' has always been a controversial one, but in the current climate it would be a tasteless one to tour with.
'Cola', which went on to feature in the reissue of her second album 'Born to Die: The Paradise Edition', was co-written by Rick Nowels with lyrics inspired by a comment that Lana's former boyfriend made about American girls.
Continue reading: Here's Why You Won't Hear Lana Del Rey's Song 'Cola' Live
Lana del Rey made it her ''goal'' to be happy on her new album 'Lust for Life' as she felt a ''little stuck in the same spot'' with her previous music.
Lana Del Rey's ''goal'' on her new album was to be happy.
The 'Summertime Sadness' hitmaker wanted to experience having ''a lot of momentum'' in her daily life with her latest LP 'Lust for Life' as she felt a ''little stuck in the same spot'' with her previous music.
Asked if she's happy, she said: ''Yeah ... That was my goal, you know, to get to that place of feeling like in my daily life I had a lot of momentum. Like a moving-on-ness from wherever that other place was that 'Honeymoon' and 'Ultraviolence' came from. I loved those records, but I felt a little stuck in the same spot.''
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