Watch Death From Above’s Bodybuilder-filled New Video for Single “Freeze Me”

Death From Above, who recently removed the 1979 from their moniker (the band added 1979 to their name in 2004 before releasing their first album for legal reasons), have released a music video for their new song “Freeze Me”. The video, directed by Corey Adams (, features a group of bodybuilders living an apparently opulent lifestyle in a mansion while some very old television sets depict a crumbling world outside. The two members of DFA also show up as butlers to serve some Pogo’s on a silver platter. Watch the whole thing below. The song marks the band’s first release since 2016’s Live at Third Man Records, which followed their 2014 release of The Physical World.

Andrew W.K. Announces “The Party Never Dies Tour”

Andrew W.K. has announced his first tour with a full band in five years, and it has been dubbed “The Party Never Dies Tour”. The group will be partying across North America and the UK starting in September with a single stop in Canada scheduled at Toronto’s Opera House for October 17th. Pre-sale tickets for that show go on sale June 14th at 10 am, while public tickets will be available June 16th. The man is known for some wild performances, so do what you can to get to the show.

He also has a reported new album in the works, which would be his first full-length release since 55 Cadillacs in 2009.

Foster the People Announce New Album Sacred Hearts Club

After releasing three new songs in April, Foster the People have now officially announced that they will be releasing a new album on July 21st via Columbia, and it is to be titled Sacred Hearts Club. The band has shared a mini-documentary which offers a behind-the-scenes look at the Foster the People’s preparation for their upcoming tour, as well as what to expect from their newest offering. Check out the video below.

They have also announced the dates for a massive tour across North America, which includes stops at WayHome Music and Arts Festival in Toronto and Osheaga in Montreal.


Polaris Prize 2017 Announces Long List

Canada’s Polaris Prize has released its long list of forty albums that will be up for consideration as Album of the Year. The $50,000 prize is awarded yearly to the top Canadian album based on “artistic merit”. The ten-album short list will subsequently be announced on July 13th via CBC Music’s Facebook page and will see each selected artist rewarded with $3,000 courtesy of Slaight Music.

The winning album will be announced on September 18th at the Polaris Gala at The Carlu in Toronto. Check out the list at the link below.