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Day in Rock Report for 05/10/2024

Robert Plant has created a new pre-match Molineux mix featuring the Led Zeppelin classics "Kashmir" and "Whole Lotta Love" for the Wolverhampton Wanderers football club.

The Wanderers shared the mix online along with these details: "Go inside the studio as our vice-president and rock legend Robert Plant creates a new pre-match mix for Molineux. (continue)

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Bad Wolves have teamed up with Chris Daughtry for a brand new single and music video called "Hungry For Life," that was digitally released today (May 10) via BETTER NOISE MUSIC.

"'Hungry for Life' is about resilience, the pursuit of purpose, and the will to rise above life's challenges in the face of adversity," shares Bad Wolves vocalist D.L. "We've all been fans of Daughtry for a long time, and when we heard him sing on this, we were floored. We hope you love it, stay hungry Wolfpack!" (continue)

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Kings of Leon release their 9th full-length studio album, Can We Please Have Fun, released via Capitol Records today. As its title suggests, the album is a document of the band cutting loose, trying new things, and, yes, having some fun.

The band has also released an accompanying music video for new track "Nowhere to Run." Shot under their own creative direction with their long-time partner Casey McGrath, you can see Kings of Leon dancing and running wild. The band took control of all creative elements on this record, managing artwork and (as evident in the video) the unconventional visuals for each song. All were shot over two days in Nashville by the band and a small team. (continue)

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Incubus has released Morning View XXIII, the re-recording of their iconic album Morning View, via Virgin Records. The collection features brand-new takes on their classic hits, breathing new life into the record and offering their global fan-base a refreshed experience of some of their favorite tracks.

Incubus originally released their critically acclaimed studio album Morning View on October 23, 2001, and were met with an outpouring of love and acclaim from fans and industry alike. The album has been RIAA certified double Platinum and spent 60 weeks on the Billboard 200 peaking at number 2. Earlier this week, to celebrate the re-issue, Incubus performed their much-loved hit "Wish You Were Here" on Jimmy Kimmel Live! in front of hundreds of fans. (continue)

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Sebastian Bach has a lot to celebrate today. It's the release day for his much-anticipated Child Within The Man (Reigning Phoenix Music) album-his first solo effort in 10 years-and tonight he'll launch the U.S. leg of his "What Do I Got To Lose? Tour."

The singer, songwriter, author, Broadway star, and actor has also released a new single "Freedom" from the album, with a video to follow in the coming days. Listen here. "Freedom" is the latest track from CHILD WITHIN tHE MAN; it follows "What Do I Got To Lose?," "Everybody Bleeds," and "(Hold On) To The Dream." (continue)

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The Dead Daisies release their first single and an explosive new video called "Light 'Em Up" from their upcoming album today. "Light 'Em Up" sets the tone for their upcoming album of the same name and their 2024 World Tour which will take them across the US, UK and Europe.

Recorded in Nashville with Producer Marti Frederiksen, "Light 'Em Up" is the band's first new single since 2022 and the first with singer John Corabi since 2018.
"Hey Gang, we are releasing our first single "Light 'Em Up" today, from our new record, aptly titled "Light 'Em Up" as well! It's a kick-ass, straight ahead rock and roll tune, just how we like it!!! Turn it up, and get ready to bang your head and break sh*t!!! Hope ya like it!!! Love you guys!!" - John Corabi (continue)

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David Kushner releases the new single and music video called "Hero" via Miserable Man Music. "'Hero' is the story of acceptance towards the pain of your inner child," shares Kushner. The song is a poignant reflection on human relationships, exploring the personal narrative of overcoming relationship turmoil.

The track captures the raw emotion and universal truth that relationships evolve, leaving tales of heroes and villains from different perspectives. Promising to resonate with those who've witnessed the transformation of bonds, "Hero" turns personal adversity into a universally relatable anthem. (continue)

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Alt-rockers Aatmaa just released their new single "Hidden Bruises" from their forthcoming debut album, "Cataclysm", and to celebrate we asked Shara Deepankar to tell us about the single. Here is the story:

We wrote "Hidden Bruises" during the height of the COVID lockdown. There was a lot of uncertainty about what kind of world we would end up with at this point. Some were saying just 6 weeks and we'll be back to normal, but we saw this as a long-term state. Ashwin is a touring stage manager and backline technician for bands and I'm a behavior analyst working directly with autistic individuals. Both of us were impacted by the shutdown. I remained an "essential personnel," but Ashwin's tour schedule for the year was completely canceled. Since Ashwin was home and I wanted a distraction from work, we were consuming a lot of art during this time. TV shows, movies, books, podcasts, music, you name it, all while also navigating tough conversations within our community. "Hidden Bruises" came as a direct result of that consumption. We didn't have it in mind to write a song about the systems of oppression and being angry about what was happening in our world. But when we sat down to write the lyrics and really get out of our own way, that's exactly what happened. We ultimately felt like these lyrics served the song which is always our first goal and that we could identify with them on a personal level. They gave us something to cling to in an uncertain time and we hope these universal truths reach others who may be dealing with similar experiences. (continue)

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