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Justin Bieber Announced New Songs, Album, Tour for 2020 on Instagram #BIEBER2020

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Justin Bieber Announced New Songs, Album, Tour for 2020 on Instagram #BIEBER2020

Justin Bieber made an announcement for his new songs, album, tour for the 2020 on Instagram. Also, the new single “YUMMY” is coming on January 3rd. As per his new instagram post for new songs and tour release, it seems like he is going to bash the coming year 2020.

He also mentioned he is going to start his new tour on for North America from May 14, 2020 in Seattle and ending performance will be at New Jersey on September 26, 2020.

Pop singer Justin Bieber is returning to the music scene in the new year with a new single, an album, a tour and a docuseries.

Checkout Justin Bieber’s Instagram post when he made this announcement on Christmas:

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Bieber’s YouTube docuseries, will premiere on December 31, it is a full-circle for Bieber who was discovered thanks to the website.

The singer, who was on a hiatus for five years, will release his new single “Yummy” on January 3.

“I feel like this is different than the previous albums just because of where I’m at in my life. I’m excited to perform it and to tour it. We all have different stories. I’m just excited to share mine,” Bieber says of the upcoming LP in the announcement video.

He will start his North American tour on May 14, 2020 in Seattle and will end in New Jersey on September 26.

Bieber’s last album was 2015’s ‘Purpose’.

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Elton John recalls “Herculean effort” of getting his cocaine use noticed as he hosts ‘Rocketman’ watch party

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Elton John has spoken about his drug-taking past while leading a watch party of his biopic Rocketman.

The pop icon hosted the event on Twitter yesterday (May 29) and shared several anecdotes and thoughts along the way. One included him commenting on the “Herculean effort” it took him to get noticed for cocaine use in ’70s LA when such debauchery was widespread.

“It took a fairly Herculean effort to get yourself noticed for taking too much cocaine in the music industry of 1970s LA, but I was clearly prepared to put the hours in,” John wrote next to a gif of an inebriated Taron Egerton, who portrayed him in the 2019 film.

Elsewhere, John opened up about how emotional he got when he first saw the film. “I broke down the first time I saw this scene of me hugging Little Reggie. I’d spent most of my adult life running away from myself. It was time to re-embrace the real me,” he wrote.

He also said he was also moved by a scene in the film where his longtime musical partner, Bernie Taupin, warned him about his excessive drug and drink problem. “Seeing this scene for the first time also set me off sobbing again,” John wrote alongside a contemporary picture of the pair.

“Bernie was one of the people who tried to tell me to stop doing drugs and I wouldn’t listen, but he stuck by me and never gave up on me.”

NME concluded in a five-star review of Rocketman last year that: “If you don’t adore it, you’re probably no fun”.

Meanwhile, John was recently praised by Lady Gaga for being “instrumental” to her life and for helping her on a path to recovery.

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Slaves side-project LARRY PINK THE HUMAN share new track ‘Might Delete Later’

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LARRY PINK THE HUMAN, the new project of Slaves guitarist and producer Jolyon Thomas, have shared their second track.

‘Might Delete Later’ follows debut single ‘Love You, Bye’, which the band shared along with the unveiling of the project last month.

“‘MIGHT DELETE LATER’ is about a realisation of self,” the pair said of the new track. “Titled with a common phrase used to buffer people’s true intention. Irony employed to mask a real feeling that you’re too afraid to share.

“The words are a comment on modern anxiety and the self-consciousness; feeling like you can never quite put your finger on or explain an emotion, feeling inadequate. An attempt to display an insecurity and a fear without perfect clarity. This is something we all experience and have opened up in this song. Love is enough.”

They continued: “We wanted to introduce some new characters into the LPTH universe, and with what’s going on in the world right now we felt this story was fitting.”

Speaking of the track’s new video, which you can watch above, they said: “We see our character confronting quite literally the world, and his world within, in a struggle to find his true self. With the balloon by his side as a trusty companion, he faces great odds to find simply, happiness.”

NME spoke to LARRY PINK THE HUMAN upon the announcement of the project last month, and they spoke of the emotional openness that defines the new band.

“It’s about putting your deepest, darkest feelings on a plate, as simply or as complicated as you want to,” Vincent said.

Addressing the debut single, he said: “Every time I put the phone down, I’ll just say ‘Love you, bye’, to your nearest and dearest, and it’s got to be simple so people can digest it.”

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Sleeper and The Bluetones announce rescheduled dates for UK co-headline tour

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Sleeper and The Bluetones have revised dates for their co-headline tour in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.

The Britpop bands were meant to hit the road together from August until September this year, before the pandemic thwarted plans to play to UK audiences.

Now, the two bands will start their co-headline tour in February 2021, with dates planned in Manchester, Newcastle, Glasgow, Leeds, Bristol, London, Bournemouth and Birmingham. Tickets for the original dates remain valid.

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Sleeper and The Bluetones’ rescheduled tour dates:

FEBRUARY 2021
Thursday 4 – Manchester, O2 Ritz
Friday 5 – Newcastle, O2 Academy
Saturday 6 – Glasgow, O2 Academy
Saturday 13 – Leeds, O2 Academy
Friday 19 – Bristol, O2 Academy
Saturday 20 – London, O2 Forum
Friday 26 – Bournemouth, O2 Academy
Saturday 27 – Birmingham, O2 Institute

Sleeper will perform their 1995 debut album ‘Smart’ in full during the run, while The Bluetones will play their 1996 LP ‘Expecting To Fly’.

Reflecting on the record’s original release, Sleeper’s singer Louise Werner recalled: “On the day it came out we all jumped on the 73 bus to HMV Oxford Street to see the giant window display.

“Andy and Jon got a bollocking from staff for putting the vinyl at No.1 in the racks – by Saturday it ended up at No.5 – still a totally surreal feeling. We cannot wait to play this record in full and take it out on tour.”

Sleeper initially disbanded in 1998, before returning in 2017 for a run of shows. A new studio album ‘The Modern Age’ followed in 2019.

See NME’s up-to-date list of all the major tour, festival and gig cancellations here.

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