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One Liners: The 1975, Corey Taylor, Mahalia, more

By | Published on Tuesday 11 July 2023

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Corey Taylor has released new solo single ‘Post Traumatic Blues’. The song, he says, is “my attempt to describe for people what it’s like to deal with PTSD. Sometimes it’s so hard for people to understand the ups and downs, the severity of the cold and numbness, that I wanted to try and build a bridge lyrically between the ones living with the disease and the ones who are trying to help them”. His new solo album ‘CMF2’ is out on 15 Sep.

Mahalia has released new single ‘Ready’. She says of the track: “’Ready’ is the intro on my album. It is a song that perfectly describes where I was at when I started writing this record. I was partially scared – mostly excited. It’s been a long journey to get here but ultimately, I’m proud that I did. I loved this one as soon as I wrote it and I’m genuinely so excited for people to hear it. I’m finally ready for this album to come out and I hope everyone’s ready to hear it!”

DJ Seinfeld and Confidence Man have teamed up for new single ‘Now U Do’. “Conman x Seinfeld is an inner trip that takes you somewhere sexy and expensive, without even having to get the plane to Ibiza”, say Confidence Man. “And when we sell out we sell out hard and we sell out fast. Leave nothing unsold. Goddamn, if this ain’t a hit, I dunno what the hell is”.

Bonnie ‘Prince’ Billy has released new single ‘Crazy Blue Bells’. His new album ‘Keeping Secrets Will Destroy You’ is out on 11 Aug.

Chromeo have released new single ‘(I Don’t Need A) New Girl’.

Tycho has released new single ‘Time To Run’.

The Ghost Inside have released new single ‘Earn It’. “Sometimes people think because of the social status or circumstances they’re born into, they’re entitled to greatness”, says frontman Jonathan Vigil. “Nothing worthwhile is ever gonna be handed to you. You gotta earn it”.

Tebi Rex have released new single ‘People Pleaser’. “Please, please like us. Oh please”, say the duo. Their new EP ‘Sitcom’ is due out this autumn.



The 1975 have been announced as replacements for Lewis Capaldi at this year’s Reading and Leeds festivals. Which is nice. If you like that sort of thing.

Bad Dreems have announced UK tour dates in September, including a show at the Boston Music Rooms in London on 7 Sep. As a taste of just how good these shows will be, they’ve released a live video for ‘Black Monday’ from their new album ‘Hoo Haa’.

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