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Rock en Seine Announce Tame Impala, Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds, Kraftwerk and More

The first names have been announced for Rock en Seine 2022, including an impressive array of headline acts and international superstars. Topping the bill for the beloved French festival, which returns to its long-established home at Parc de Saint Cloud on the outskirts of Paris after two cancelled editions, are Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds, Tame Impala, and Stromae, headlining the 26th, 27th and 28th August respectively.
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Stromae, Nick Cave and Tame Impala at Rock En Seine in 2022

Rock En Seine is the first to officially confirm this. The Saint-Cloud festival announced this Friday morning the coming of Stromae as part of its 2022 edition, scheduled for next August. A nice blow for the event, forced to cancel two years in a row because of the pandemic and...
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Tame Impala lead first announcement for Rock En Seine 2022

Tame Impala will be at Rock En Seine when it’s held between August 25th-28th. Tame Impala, Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds, Kraftwerk and Jamie xx have led off the first announcement for next year’s Rock En Seine Festival. “It’s very exciting to announce the return and a new vision...
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Maifeld Derby 2022 Announce First Names

Maifeld Derby have revealed the first batch of names heading to the quirky celebration of indie and alternative music in Mannheim, Germany. 'The lover's festival' as it's been dubbed by the swathes of hip crowds and music fanatics that attend each year will see headline performances from King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard, Caribou, Kings Of Convenience and Mac DeMarco.
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Palace – “Lover (Don’t Let Me Down)”

Not to be confused with the early Will Oldham projects that used permutations of the same name, the Palace we’re here to discuss today — the Palace that’s a going concern — is a band out of London making expansive, emotive alt-rock. At the center of their sound is Leo Wyndham’s falsetto, which bears more than a passing resemblance to Jeff Buckley, though I also hear traces of My Morning Jacket and DIIV and alt-J in their sound. As if telegraphing the Buckley influence, Palace’s new song out today is called “Lover (Don’t Let Me Down)” — maybe it’s a prequel to “Lover, You Should’ve Come Over”? The dreamy but dynamic track is the lead single from Palace’s upcoming album Shoals.
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7 Best New Songs Right Now: 9/17/21

Here at Revolver, we're always on the hunt for new songs to bang our heads to — indeed, it's a big part of our jobs. With that in mind, here are the tracks released this week in doom, metalcore, trap-metal and more that have been on heavy rotation at Revolver HQ. For your listening pleasure, we've also compiled the songs in an ever-evolving Spotify playlist.
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