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Day in Rock Report for 09/23/2022

AWOLNATION have premiered a music video for their brand new single "Freaking Me Out". The single follows the release of their covers and collaborations album "My Echo, My Shadow, My Covers and Me" that they released earlier this year.

Aaron Bruno had this to say about his inspiration for the new song, "I had a sense of a hopeful paranoia of sorts in creating this song, plus you can disco dance to it, or bang your head. Or both. It's up to you." (read more)

The Night Flight Orchestra will be carrying forward following the death of guitarist David Andersson, and will be celebrating their late bandmate with their Death To False AOR Tour.

The eleven-date track across Europe will be launching on November 10th at The Dome in London and will conclude on November 20th at the Randal Club in Bratislava. (read more)

Joe Bonamassa and Sixthman have announced Keeping the Blues Alive At Sea Mediterranean III, the third European voyage of Bonamassa's world-famous floating blues-rock party at sea.

Keeping the Blues Alive At Sea Mediterranean III sails August 17-22, 2023, traveling from Athens, Greece to Dubrovnik, Croatia and Santorini, Greece aboard the luxurious Norwegian Jade. (read more)

Pittsburgh alt-rockers The Ghost Club have premiered a music video for their brand new synth-fueled single "Don't Let Go". The track hit stores today (September 23rd).

Vocalist Domenic Dunegan had this to say, "This song is a personal thank you to the people in life that hang around through the lows and continue to guide you. (read more)

The Rolling Stones have released today the official music videos for their hit single "Have You Seen Your Mother, Baby, Standing in the Shadow?"

Both versions were filmed in 1966 by director Peter Whitehead but were rejected at the time by the few outlets that would play what were then referred to as "promos" or "promotional films" of rock and roll bands. (read more)

Shania Twain has shared a video for her first new single since 2017, "Waking Up Dreaming", to celebrate her brand new record deal with Republic Nashville, a division of Republic Records.

Shania had this to say, "I couldn't think of a better partner than Republic Nashville. I'm honored and excited to be the label's first artist and lead the charge of this new and exciting chapter. In this respect, it feels like a new beginning all around, and I'm embracing it wholeheartedly." (read more)

The Pretty Reckless have shared a visualizer video for a brand new acoustic version of their song "Harley Darling". The original track comes from their latest album, "Death By Rock And Roll".

Taylor Momsen had this to say, "'Harley Darling' is a love letter to Kato Khandwala. It's as simple as that. So many of us have stories of losing loved ones, especially now, and I hope this song can be used in other's healing as it was in my own." (read more)

5 Seconds of Summer have shared a video of their performance of their new single, "Bad Omens", from their "The Feeling of Falling Upwards" global livestream event from London's Royal Albert Hall on Thursday night (September 22nd.)

The band played the special event to celebrate today's release of their fifth studio album, "5SOS5". Calum Hood had this say about the new record, "5SOS5 has been the most rewarding experience. (read more)

Disturbed have shared a brand new track called "Unstoppable" to announce that they will be releasing their eighth studio album, which will be entitled "Divisive", on November 18th.

Frontman David Draiman had this to say about the new album,"Partisan tribal warfare has become a part of our regular existence nowadays. It's one big battle of the cliques. The whole idea of the record is to be a wakeup call for everyone. (read more)

(hennemusic) The Red Hot Chili Peppers are streaming "Eddie", a new Eddie Van Halen tribute song from their forthcoming album, "Return Of The Dream Canteen."

"Sometimes we don't realize how deeply affected and connected we are to artists until the day they die," explains Anthony Kiedis. "Eddie Van Halen was a one of a kind. The day after his death, Flea came into rehearsal with an emotional bassline. John, Chad and I started playing along and pretty soon with all our hearts, a song in his honor effortlessly unfolded. It felt good to be sad and care so much about a person who had given so much to our lives. (read more)

Scott Clay released his new album, "Let It All Lay Bare", this week and to celebrate we asked him to tell us about the song, "Chief Joseph," which comes from the record. Here is the story:

Hello there AntiMusic crew! My name is Scott Clay, and I am a singer-songwriter, originally from Seattle, Washington. I'm now touring full-time and based out of Nashville, Tennessee. I'd love to share some of the story and inspiration about my song "Chief Joseph," which is a personal favorite track off my 2022 album, "Let It All Lay Bare." (continue)

Micki Free just released a new single and video called "World On Fire (Warrior Remix) features guest appearances from Santana's band members: Cindy Blackman Santana, Karl Perazzo and Andy Vargas.

Free spoke about out working with the musicians from Santana's band on the track, "Carlos Santana is one of my biggest idols and friends; ever since I was a boy, I've been inspired by his music and guitar playing. To actually call him my friend and jam with him now is a honor and dream come true. (read more)

Circa Waves have released a music video for their brand new single, "Do You Wanna Talk" to announce their fifth studio album, "Never Going Under", which will arrive on January 13th.

Frontman Kieran Shudall said of the upcoming record, "Never Going Under speaks to that uniquely modern phenomenon of genuinely not knowing what type of world our kids are going to find themselves in in 30 years. (read more)

Toronto indie rock collective Broken Social Scene have released a surprise bootleg of a 2003 concert. "Live At the Phoenix Concert Theatre, 2003," is now available digitally or via limited edition cassette, which was directed by Stephen Chung.

"To commemorate the 20th Anniversary of You Forgot It In People I dug into my archives and put together this live version of "Jimmy and the Photocall," one of my favorite Broken Social Scene songs that has never been released," says Chung. "We captured the entire show in standard definition on glorious Mini DV with whatever cameras and recording equipment we could beg or borrow. We are happy to share this with you 20 years later." (read more)

Journey guitarist and cofounder Neal Schon took to social media to share his reaction to the news that former Steve Perry has initiated legal action over trademarks to 20 of the band's songs.

Schon shared a link to a report about Perry's action and wrote, "Steve Perry Sues... Here's how it goes friends. Jonathan Cain calls a board of directors meeting out of nowhere - then before I found out about the meeting Jonathan came to me and said he didn't like what they ( Ross Smith Perry and Herbie ) were planning. (read more)

Organizers of the When We Were Hungry Fest 2022 have announced that "due to unforeseen circumstances", they have been forced to cancel the festival that was scheduled to take place on October 20th and 21st in Las Vegas at Rockstar Bar - Concert On The Green.

The festival's founders shared, "Due to unforeseen circumstances, When We Were Hungry Fest 2022 is no longer able to take place. We sincerely apologize for any inconvenience this may cause and we understand your frustrations, as we too are heartbroken that it has come to this. Our team has consistently been working around the clock trying our hardest to make things work, but sadly, it was beyond our control. (read more)

(hennemusic) Tom Petty's estate has shared some details of the forthcoming release of a new Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers package, "Live at the Fillmore 1997."

Due November 25, the project captures the band during the last six nights of a 20-show residency at the legendary Fillmore in San Francisco, CA in the period following their 1996 soundtrack (read more)

Corrosion Of Conformity have announced that they will be hitting the road this fall to launch a headline tour of select cities across the United States.

The tour is set to kick off on November 10th in Baton Rouge, LA at Chelsea's Live and will wrap up on November 27th in Grand Rapids, MI at The Pyramid Scheme. (read more)

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