The song is also the titular song from the band's new album, set for release through Interscope on October 16.
The single comes from their new album, ‘Strange Days,’ coming October 16 on Interscope.
‘Another Hit of Showmanship’ marks the rock group’s first new music in over a year.
The socially-distanced performances will feature Mt. Joy, The Front Bottoms, The Struts at Citizens Bank Park. Audience members can tune-in via FM radio.
The band offered an infectious rendition of The Spice Girls’ ‘Stop’ on their inaugural “Sunday Service” live stream.
The livestream airs three times a week on the band’s Instagram as the world bunkers down into isolation.
The rising, LA-based outfit's latest is set for release through EDGEOUT Records/UMe on 6 March.
Lizzo, Miley Cyrus, Vampire Weekend, Run The Jewels, Tool and many more also feature in a star-studded line-up.
Those stars and many others are on the bill for the free Jack Daniel's Music City Midnight show at the Bicentennial Capitol Mall State Park.
After an acclaimed debut and a whirlwind year on the road, the four-piece are out to prove they’re more than a “one album and bye” band.
Vastly different than it was a decade ago, the pop music that defined the 2010s has found new and unprecedented ways to engage the listener.
The original version of the song appears on The 1975's widely-acclaimed 'A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships' album from 2018.
Earlier this year, the band's 'Body Talks' was featured in Harley-Davidson’s global ad campaign for the company’s first all-electric motorcycle.
'Fire (Part 1)' also features on the band's acclaimed 'Young & Dangerous' album, released through Polydor/Interscope Records.
‘YOUNG&DANGEROUS’ found The Struts walking it like they talk it. “Being ‘dangerous’ means being true to ourselves,” says frontman Luke Spiller.