Since the release of her first, career-defining solo album 'Little Earthquakes', Amos has been one of the music industry’s most enduring and ingenious artists.
The New York Times recently called that dog. "one of the finest bands of the '90s" saying the "vibes are intact" on their new album.
The record surpassed over 2 million sales globally and generated the year's biggest first-week US sales in 24 hours.
The star-crossed event will now take place from 16 to 18 August at Merriweather Post Pavilion, outside Washington DC.
In the clip, frontman Matty Healy gets up close and personal with the camera, which shoots him from below as he climbs on Corden's desk and sings into the lens.
The new clip follows recent visuals for ‘Between The Lines’ and ‘Send To Robin Immediately’.
The track will also feature on the star's third album, 'Real Life', which is set for release on 7 June.
The new dates kick off at the Olympia in Paris on 29 October and conclude at the KB Hall in Copenhagen, on 15 November.
'For Real' also features on the career-spanning retrospective, 'The Best Of Everything', out now on Geffen/UMe.
The first track, 'SOS', is due for released on 10 April, with 'TIM' to follow early in June.
Festival organiser Michael Lang has revealed the 50th anniversary event in August will be moving from Bethel to the new site.
'Kick Off' was inspired by 'Bodied': Eminem’s new battle-rap satire from famous music video director Joseph Kahn.
‘I’ll Never Love Again’ has attracted widespread critical acclaim. In their of the film, 'Billboard' called the ballad "stunning".
The genre-defying record takes in deconstructed hip-hop, with bursts of left-field jazz, funk, spoken word, and soul.
The exhibition debuted in Paris two years ago and features rare photographs, portraits, films, live concerts and musical workshops.