If you haven’t heard of Billie Eilish yet, you need to check her out!
The 15-year-old up and coming indie darling, who gained traction with her first single “Ocean Eyes,” is ready to take over the music scene.
Billie just debuted her music video for her latest single “Bellyache,” which she wrote from the perspective of a conflicted serial killer.
“It’s really fun to put yourself into a character — into shoes you wouldn’t normally be in. You don’t have to be in love with someone to write a song about being in love with someone. You don’t have to hate somebody to write a song about hating somebody,” Billie told Billboard.
Amy Lee sings her heart out on in her brand new emotional ballad titled “Speak To Me“!
The 35-year-old Evanescence singer wrote the track for the upcoming film Voice From The Stone, which stars Emilia Clarke.
“There are many reasons why I felt inspired to work on this project,” Amy said in a statement. “‘Voice From the Stone’ tells the haunting story of Verena, a nurse who is asked to aid a young boy who has fallen silent after the sudden passing of his mother; Verena is brought in to help him speak again. As a new mother myself, the film resonated very deeply with me.”
“I had the opportunity to work closely with Eric Howell, who directed the film, and Michael Wandmacher, who composed the score,” Amy continued. “I was very moved by the movie, and after having my first conversation with Eric and Michael, I felt a surge of inspiration and immediately began writing. It is a rare phenomenon to really share a creative vision so completely, and that made for a very powerful experience, and an end result that I am very proud of.”
“I can’t speak for her, obviously, and that needs to be said first and foremost,” director Lil Internet told Complex. “I can’t speculate what it’s gonna do, but I’ll tell you one thing: I know that this is [Iggy] her doing what she wants to do and expressing herself in a genuine way with music and a video that she was excited about and wanted to make. To be honest, I think seeing genuine artistry and genuine honesty— if you hate on that, that’s totally ridiculous, because it’s super rare these days. When the art is really genuine like that, there’s nothing to do but respect it.”
Gorillaz is getting ready to drop a brand new album titled Humanz and the virtual band has released a new short film in the meantime!
“Saturnz Barz (Spirit House)” features the song “Saturnz Barz” (feat. Popcaan) along with snippets of “Ascension” (feat. Vince Staples), “We Got the Power” (feat. Jehnny Beth of Savages), and “Andromeda” (feat. D.R.A.M.).
The full album is set to be released on April 28 and it is available for pre-order now on iTunes and other digital retailers. The four tracks in the short film can be streamed in full and come as instant downloads when you pre-order.
Lindsey Stirling has released the music video for her new single “Hold My Heart” and while featured vocalist ZZ Ward doesn’t appear in it, there are plenty of cameos!
The 30-year-old violinist’s “biggest fan” Phelba, a fictional character played by Lindsey, appears throughout the video and there are cameos from social stars Lilly Singh, Rosanna Pansino, iJustine, and the Blogilates.
“Hold My Heart” is featured on Lindsey‘s latest album Brave Enough which is available worldwide. The video was created through a partnership with HP and the brand’s new Sprocket printer.