Plus- Hey, Ray Davies: Beatles or Stones? A Red Hot Divorce for a former Chili Pepper and Carlos Santana speaks out after the mass shooting in Oregon. These stories and more inside the latest 'RNR Music News.
Its the Official Video for the title track from Dawes' "All Your Favorite Bands"
'The title of Dawes' fourth album refers to one of the sweetest lyrics you'll hear this year: "May all your favorite bands stay together," Taylor Goldsmith sings in an affectionate farewell to an old pal. The title could also allude to the way Dawes continue to unapologetically evoke the earnest romanticism and skyward harmonies of classic 1970s Laurel Canyon rock. (In another nod to rock history, the title song has some "Let It Be" piano.)
Rock's thoughtful past has rarely sounded more vibrant.'
From the self-titled debut album from Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats
You might think its a drinking song when you first hear it. But its not. In an interview with Westword, Nathaniel Rateliff had this to say:
“I wrote that song about having delirium tremors in order to make light of it, but it was a pretty traumatic situation, I thought I was dying. I was in another country, and I was alone. When we first started to play the song, Joseph [Pope] — who I’ve been playing with for 21 years now — said at one point, ‘Man, when I first heard that song, I just wanted to cry because I feel like such a bad friend. I’m sorry I let it get to that and I wasn’t there to help you.’”