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One Liners: Camila Cabello, Kim Petras, My Chemical Romance, more

By | Published on Thursday 13 February 2020

Camila Cabello


Camila Cabello has released a new video for her single ‘My Oh My’, featuring Da Baby.

Kim Petras has released new single ‘Reminds Me’, ahead of UK dates supporting Camila Cabello later this year.

Mystery Jets have released new single ‘A Billion Heartbeats’, from their upcoming new album of the same name, which is out on 3 Apr.

Nathan Fake has announced that he will release new album ‘Blizzards’ on 3 Apr. From it, this is ‘Tbilisi’.

Girl Ray have released the video for ‘Friend Like That’. “This is a friendship anthem”, say the band. “Reminds us of a really smashing high five with great contact. In music, friend love is often overshadowed by romantic love and IT’S JUST WRONG. This one goes out to the mates of the world”.

Arlo Parks has released new single ‘Eugene’. Its video is directed by The Coyle-Larner Brothers (one half of that duo – Ben Coyle-Larner – is better known as rapper Loyle Carner).

Ultraísta – so that’s Nigel Godrich, Laura Bettinson and Joey Waronker – have released new single ‘Anybody’. Their new album, ‘Sister’, is out on 13 Mar.

Skalpel have released new single ‘Arrival’. The track is taken from their fourth album, ‘Highlight’, which is out on !K7/No Paper on 20 Mar.



My Chemical Romance have announced that they will play the Eden Project in Cornwall on 16 Jun as part of the biodome’s annual Eden Sessions. “It is incredibly exciting to be able to announce a band of this stature”, says Eden Sessions boss Rita Broe. “My Chemical Romance playing our stage this summer promises to be a night no one lucky enough to be here will ever forget”. Tickets go on sale on 19 Feb.

Beck has announced that he will play Manchester’s Victoria Warehouse on 9 Jul and London’s Brixton Academy on 11 Jul. Don’t say we didn’t tell you. Tickets go on sale tomorrow. We told you that too.

After Joey Kramer was legally blocked from performing with Aerosmith as part of a Grammy Awards celebration last month, you might be wondering how long it would be before they did let him play again. A little over two weeks, it turns out.

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