Fresh off their LP I Love You , The Neighbourhood have unleash a new single 'West Coast.' The band's new track without question embraces the group's California Hip Hop influence. 'West Coast' is the first of three limited edition singles the band is releasing to celebrate their first headline tour in the U.S. Along with these 73 singles, the band will also be releasing b-sides with new songs from the acts that are supporting them on tour (The 1975, Lovelife, and JMSN). Check the first release, 'West Coast,' below and then check out the b-side [...]
As The Neighbourhood are about to embark on their first U.S. headlining tour, the band will be releasing a split 7” with tour mates Lovelife. The new track “West Coast” fully embraces the band’s hip-hop influences, as we are left with a chilly old school California appeal. The band’s debut I Love You. is out now.
After touring extensively over the past few years, The Neighbourhood is finally going on their first national headlining tour. They are bringing a few friends with them-friends who happen to also be some of our favorite artists, including Lovelife , The 1975 , and JMSN . Icing on the cake? The guys are releasing three limited split 73 singles with their friends; these will be available at every show. The NBHD has never been shy about their [...]
Earlier today we posted Lovelife's " Every Breath ," a track appearing on their upcoming 73 split with tour-mates and partners-in-noir The Neighbourhood (as well as The 1975 and JMSN). It's only hours later and the L.A. outfit have dropped the accompanying "West Coast," a track dripping with the old-school hip-hop sound of their hometown. Stream it below. STREAM: The Neighbourhood - "West Coast"
Our favorite noir-poppers in Lovelife are back with a sultry new track, "Every Minute." The song will appear on the BK/London outfit's upcoming split with tour-mates The Neigbourhood. It's a match made in monochrome heaven. Stream it below. STREAM: Lovelife - "Every Minute"
The London via New York Synth-Rock band have released a brand new track, it's going to be appearing on their latest EP and was recently featured on a tour split with The Neighbourhood. None the less you can check it out below! Follow / [FACEBOOK] Listen / [SOUNDCLOUD] Other / [OFFICIAL SITE]
As part of their first national headline run, The Neighbourhood is releasing three limited split 7″ singles that will feature new songs from their and their supporting acts, Lovelife , The 1975 , and JMSN that will only be available at the shows. Have I told you lately that I Love You? In the first release, The Neighbourhood digs back to the band's hip-hop roots (and also Jesse Rutherford's rapping roots that was pre-The Neighbourhood). So smooth, so addicting. Something about Jesse's voice is so endearingly vulnerable and raw. It's [...]
On their Facebook, London's Lovelife describe themselves as a "pop band". But after meeting the band and watching them play live, it's safe to say that Lovelife are a passionate and infectious pop band. The last time AMBY spoke with Lovelife was back in October. The band were set to release their very first EP El Regreso , and now they are soon releasing their third EP Stateless . It's kind of crazy how fast time flies! Back in October, I mentioned to Lovelife's Lee Newell how we really hope they play a gig in Toronto [...]
Lovelife live at Irving Plaza, 5.9.13. Photo Courtesy of Justin Bettman. I have a well documented love for Lovelife . My flirtation with their music started when I saw them open for The Neighbourhood at the Studio at Webster Hall last year. With every new release, I fell more in love with their anthemic pop songs mixed with R&B tinged pops of percussion. Emotive lyrics about exes, betrayal, realizations and renewal set to throbbing beats and lead singer Lee Newell' unfaltering falsetto pierce the ears with such effervescent ease, [...]
Photos by Luis Ruiz Capital Cities , along with openers Gold Fields and Lovelife , sold out Irving Plaza last thursday night. The evening began very darkly, though the crowd certainly didn't seem to mind, with loud percussion and mysterious, strobing lights from Gold Fields . When Capital Cities made their way to the stage, the atmosphere became than of an 802s dance party, complete with huge Neon Sunglasses, choreographed dance routines, pop classic covers, and matching jackets. [...]
"Dying to Start Again" (streaming below) is the latest single by Brooklyn newcomers Lovelife and it's all about second chances. As those types of songs go, it's lyrically a tad mopey. You want her back... you wish you could start again. We get it. The reason why this song actually works so well is because it's musically quite evocative. From the pong-like synth loops to the slow-creeping beat to the heavenly falsetto vocals, you get the sense that, despite the singer's sadness, the whole experience was worth every effort. That's wisdom, yo.- See the band at Irving [...]
John Wright The last time that Pet Shop Boys were in town, it was for V Fest 2009 and while I was excited for their performance, it was more because I wanted to see their audience intersect with the Nine Inch Nails fans who were there to see Trent and company, who were playing immediately afterwards, than out of any real sort of fandom. Their show, however, blew me away with its technicolour visuals, elaborate choreography, and top-notch pop songcraft that they were easily the highlight of the weekend and, having since gotten to [...]
Of Monsters and Men Well, it's one of those times when it's VERY late at night, so I won't really say a lot on this post. There's a lot of good music to hear. Just click the link below :) Countdown #149 ***Featuring*** Beck Capital Cities Imagine Dragons Lovelife The Lumineers Mumford & Sons Muse The Neighbourhood Of Monsters and Men Silversun Pickups Thirty Seconds to Mars
We divided and we conquered. Team B3SCI took to the streets of Austin, TX this past March for the annual SXSW Music Conference. Among the seemingly infinite shows we caught by bands from all over the planet, was non-stop coverage including exclusive interviews, take-away performance sessions, and even B3SCI Presents first ever SX-party! So check out some of what you missed, remember, and what you strait up forgot about, from SXSW 2013 with this firsthand look back: ___________________ Sunday, March 10th ___________________ Seryn @ Holy Mountain [...]
Lovelife share new song, "Dying To Start Again", from Stateless EP. Brooklyn via London synth-pop group Lovelife are returning to North America for a run of dates with LA pop duo Capital Cities,...
Imagine Dragons' "It's Time" was one of those borderline unfair, sneaky tracks that didn't care what you thought about it - that shit was going to find a way to bury itself in your head regardless of who you were. This continued for months on end. Just as I found ... Read More
I just can't accurately express how much I love the sound of Lovelife . Their music is simultaneously dark and danceable, vulnerable yet perfectly pop. No stranger to remixes for big bands (they remixed The Killers' "Miss Atomic Bomb" after being approached by the band), Lovelife's newest remix is for Imagine Dragons ' single "It's Time." Truthfully, I loved this song - right until it was used in Glee and then it was a little bit ruined for me. I am so happy that Lovelife has breathed new life into this [...]
Clad in all black, scruffy beards, and London accents, the boys of Lovelife crowded into the shower of U St. Music Hall to escape that infamous U Hall bass for an interview with WGTB. Coming off a recent showcase at SXSW, as well as a West Coast tour, the band has certainly been on the upswing after the release of two self-released EPs, The Fourth Floor and El Regreso. “It’s been a bit of a learning curve for us” said Ally, who plays [...]
Chances, people tell you not to take chances When they tell you there aren’t any answers And I was starting to agree But I awoke suddenly in the path of a lightning bolt" They want us to define ourselves, to pick a side, choose a lane, walk around proud of those beliefs, confident and unwavering - safe & comfortable. But whose beliefs are those anyway? Most of us are products of our upbringing, our beliefs are those of our environment - our [...]