Thomas Rhett officially released the first part of his double album, Country Again: Side A, on Friday, April 30, a project he unofficially began last spring when he played “What’s Your Country Song?” for fans on Instagram.
Country Again: Side A features a number of nostalgic tracks, including “Growing Up” and “Ya Heard.” Side A will be followed by Side B later this year, which he is still putting the finishing touches on.
Coldplay are back with with a nw single ‘Higher Power’, which will be released on May 7. The band – comprised of Chris Martin, Jonny Buckland, Guy Berryman, and Will Champion – have teamed up with producer Max Martin for the upcoming track.
Coldplay said in a Tweet: “Higher Power is a song that arrived on a little keyboard and a bathroom sink at the start of 2020. It was produced by Max Martin who is a true wonder of the universe. It’s out on Friday 7 May. Love c, g, w & j “https://coldplay.lnk.to/higherpower (sic)”
‘Higher Power’ is available to pre-order and pre-save on streaming platforms now.
19-year-old Billie Eilish is featured on the cover of British Vogue, shortly after changing her green and black hair for blonde. The magazine said, “She is indulging a fantasy by embracing a ‘classic, old-timey pin-up’ look.”
Eilish said she wanted to explore the beauty of corsets, which she said she knew would rile people, but was also drawn to their original restrictive function. The new look is a huge change for Eilish, who said in the interview that her body is her “deepest insecurity” and was the initial reason for her depression when she was younger, which led to her wearing baggy clothes. Eilish said she expects criticism of her more revealing shoot with British Vogue, adding, “My thing is that I can do whatever I want. It’s all about what makes you feel good. Showing your body and showing your skin — or not — should not take any respect away from you.”