FLETCHER taps into the 80s home movie aesthetic for her lastest visual.
The track marks the first piece of new material from the superstar, who died in a plane crash in 2001, in over a decade.
BTS took some of its biggest hits to the streets of Los Angeles in a new performance for The Late Late Show with James Corden.
‘To know that my music was actually affecting people’s lives, truly, that’s what inspired me to make the song.’
The musician performed two shows at the series home venue of The Moody Theatre in Austin, Texas earlier this year as part of the Daddy’s Home tour.
The celebrated group will then return to the US for the first time since its TWICELIGHTS world tour in February 2019.
Directed by Dani Vitale, the video sees the alt-pop singer delivering an impassioned live version of the track in a Los Angeles studio full of strobing red lights.
The cover of the Christmas classic appeared on the band’s greatest hits collection Most Wanted: The Greatest Hits.
‘This year has been a wild ride and a year of firsts, and I am so grateful and thankful for everyone who has helped make this happen!’
The performance video sees Grande and Cudi singing the soaring track from the stage of an arena, surrounded by fans illuminating the venue with lights attached to their fingers.
The one-day event will be held at the Deutsche Bank Park in Frankfurt on May 14, 2022.
Fender enlists new BRIT Rising Star winner Holly Humberstone for a gorgeously understated version of his hit single ‘Seventeen Going Under.’
‘Her songs have hit with audiences of all ages, in large part because she renders adolescence so viscerally: she’s resentful, seething, crushed, itching to just grow up already.’
BTS helped ‘The Late Late Show’ celebrate its 1,000th episode last night with a special performance of its record-breaking single ‘Butter.’
The song encapsulates the spirit of the upcoming album ‘Homesick,’ focusing on his teenage years in the flatlands of Lincolnshire.