This week, the star also delivered a powerhouse performance for the Lenovo Presents: The City of Lover Concert at The L’Olympia Theater in Paris, France.
Haim say the new song was inspired by records like Imani Coppola’s 1997 ‘Chupacabra’ and Quad City DJ’s 1996 ‘Get On Up And Dance’.
The show will mark the band’s second ever appearance in Wales, following their performance at the Cardiff International Arena (now Motorpoint Arena) in 2005.
The band's new album is the much-anticipated follow-up to 'A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships'.
The fast-rising German icons are playing the midlands city's Ricoh Arena on 20 June 2020.
The short-lived, but much-acclaimed outfit led by Julian Cope were one of the leading lights of Liverpool's post-punk scene.
Frontman Robert Smith said of the much-acclaimed show, “It was a fabulous day none of us will ever forget.”
The duo also produced a stunning visual extravaganza, with animations, plenty of strobes and search lights all featuring.
Frontman Brandon Flowers dispelled the rumour that Liam Gallagher would be joining them during their much-anticipated slot.
The new clip follows recent visuals for ‘Between The Lines’ and ‘Send To Robin Immediately’.
The legendary singer-songwriter perform farewell gigs in London, Birmingham, Liverpool, Manchester, Aberdeen, Glasgow and Leeds.
The enduring Leeds-based outfit's new album, 'Duck', is set for release on 26 July.
The new live album is released simultaneously with a super-deluxe edition of Travis' second album. 'The Man Who', on 21 June.
The Cure are also set to headline Glastonbury 2019 and are completing their long-awaited new album.
Described as "immersive", the event sees the band join forces with playwright Charlotte Bogard Macleod, who has fused 3D sound and storytelling inspired by 'Doom Days'.