‘Thank U, Next’ is described as an “empowering” tune that name checks Grande's exes, including late boyfriend Mac Miller.
'Out Of Our Heads' is the first single from Take That's new album 'Odyssey', released by Polydor on 23 November.
The Bristol duo also shared they’ll be playing shows with Cocteau Twins’ Liz Fraser, who lent her vocals to the Mezzanine single ‘Teardrop’.
The new 'LADbible Presents Acoustic Room' involves capturing new artists through live acoustic sessions, intimate interviews and documentary footage.
The “super console” was constructed by Elvis Costello and Chris Difford after consultation with Dick Swettenham, formerly of Abbey Road and Olympic Studios.
The band's first ever major stadium tour of Europe, the trek includes a UK show at Milton Keynes Stadium.
The new rendition is the third in a series of artist covers in support of the Mercury Phoenix Trust, helping the global fight against HIV/AIDS.
The iconic Beatle's on-going 'Freshen Up' tour finds him returning to Liverpool's Echo Arena on 12 December.
His 1978 cover of Chuck Berry's festive favourite will be reissued as a limited edition 12-inch disc.
The album features Carpenter's new arrangements of the group's timeless, original vocal and instrumental tracks.
Directed by Brown himself, the video was shot in several UK locations including Dunham Massey and Cornbrook.
'Drift' is an ongoing experiment that will regularly publish new Underworld material – music, film, stories and more via the band’s official website.
The original was given to Page by Jeff Beck and is famous for its “mirror” and “dragon” designs.
The logo beat off competition from the well-known silhouette of Che Guevara, which came in second, and the Hard Rock Cafe logo in third.
The Canadian singer-songwriter recently debuted his new song on 'The Late Late Show With James Corden'.