The original version of the Icelandic band's latest single has been making a strong impression with nearly 4 million global streams and rising.
Little Big Town are serving up another successful single from their 'Nightfall' album, as 'Wine, Beer, Whiskey' climbs the country charts.
The “Tonight Show” host and The Roots joined Sting for a socially-distanced performance of The Police’s 1980 hit song.
The album includes a duet with Australian star Sia entitled 'On,' a song which will be available both with and without her contribution.
The backdrop to the album's ten new songs was the death of Richard Swift, producer of the two hugely-acclaimed albums by Nathaniel Rateliff & the Night Sweats.
The star's fans are invited to gather round their devices on Thursday night, 9 January, the eve of 'Rare's official release.
Of her new record, Gomez said, "There's always going to be a sense of strong pop in my music, but I definitely explored more with electric guitar."
The single is the follow-up to the April release 'Knockin' Boots,' which became Bryan's 23rd career No. 1.
The emerging rocker previously made his US TV debut when he played a pair of tracks on 'Jimmy Kimmel Live' in March.
The new track features on the fast-rising outfit's upcoming full-length album 'Fever Dream' out 26 July via Republic Records.
The much-acclaimed album was named after Malcolm Gladwell’s 2000 pop-sociology classic in which he explored how minor movements and behaviors can proliferate.
The Queen of Pop also indulged Fallon in a cha-cha lesson, inviting the entire studio audience to have a dance with her.
In the clip, Nick Jonas takes on vocal lead as Fallon snaps on a Casio keyboard and taps out the beat on a wood block.