The 25-year-old singer posted a retro photo on Instagram, in which he is wearing a dark sweatshirt and sporting a silver earring while looking straight into the camera.
He is being hugged by a blonde girl, who is smiling at him.
She captioned the shot: “16 year ole me.”
She also shared some photobooth pictures of her and Bieber, captioned: “my only bubba.”
The couple married last year after a 10-year friendship.
iDKHOW announce debut album with new single ‘Leave Me Alone’
iDKHOW, the new project from former Panic! At The Disco member Dallon Weekes, have dropped a brand new single, ‘Leave Me Alone’, also announcing details of their forthcoming debut album, ‘Razzmatazz’.
‘Leave Me Alone’ is the first offering from ‘Razzmatazz’, set for release in October and the next chapter in the iDKHOW storyline, a complex world of Weekes’ creation.
The new track is released with an accompanying lyric video. Watch it below.
Weekes explained the inspiration behind the song in a press release, where he stated, “When you’re in a toxic situation, the phrase ‘Leave Me Alone’ is the last civil thing you say before things get uncivil.”
iDKHOW, an abbreviation for I DON’T KNOW HOW BUT THEY FOUND ME, are a duo, comprised of Weekes and ex-Falling In Reverse drummer Ryan Seaman.
“iDKHOW was initially believed to have been a band from 30 plus years ago that never got their big break,” said a statement in the band’s press release. “But in 2017, an anonymous source began to release recovered video footage of iDKHOW.
“The videos that span the years 1964 to 1983 have been released out of sequence and display a mysterious genesis that has yet to be understood.”
Four years ago, Weekes introduced iDKHOW in a Los Angeles club, only to deny the project’s existence in the following months.
P!ATD and Weekes fans rejoiced when iDKHOW’s 2018 debut EP ‘1981 Extended Play’ was released, which has since reached audiences of more than 64 million across various platforms.
‘Razzmatazz’ out October 16 via Fearless Records. Pre-order here.
Watch Metallica and the San Francisco Symphony Orchestra play ‘Moth Into Flame’
Metallica have shared another sneak preview of their upcoming concert film S&M2, performing ‘Moth Into Flame’ with the San Francisco Symphony Orchestra.
Watch it below.
The forthcoming live album/concert was recorded at two shows that took place in 2019 to mark the 20th anniversary of the metal band’s seminal live album ‘S&M’.
S&M2 was first screened in a one-night-only event in October that year.
The band have previously shared renditions of ‘Nothing Else Matters’ and ‘All Within My Hands’ from the film.
As with its predecessor, the 20-song feature contains symphonic versions of some of Metallica’s greatest hits, with at least one track lifted from each of their ten studio releases.
The film will be released in a variety of formats on August 28, including 4xLP vinyl, 2xCD, DVD and Blu-ray versions and a limited edition colour vinyl 4xLP + 2xCD + Blu-ray “Deluxe Box”.
Drummer Lars Ulrich defended the infamous snare drum sound on the band’s 2003 album ‘St Anger’ in an interview last month.
Fans and other drummers have long criticised the thin snapping sound of the drum heard throughout the album.
“I stand behind it 100% because, at that moment, that was the truth,” Ulrich said.
“Whether it’s Metallica always thinking ahead, or in my personal life, or in relationships, whatever I’m doing — I’m just always thinking ahead. Sometimes, arguably, I spent too much time in the future, but I rarely spend any time in the past. And so the only time this stuff really comes up is in interviews.”
Listen to Tom Petty’s unearthed recording ‘There Goes Angela (Dream Away)’
Tom Petty’s estate has released a previously unheard recording from his ‘Wildflowers’ sessions, titled ‘There Goes Angela (Dream Away)’.
The track is available to listen to through Petty’s website after answering a five-question quiz about the album. The track has, however, also since been uploaded to YouTube.
Listen to ‘There Goes Angela (Dream Away)’ below:
The new recording follows a previous release from the ‘Wildflower’ sessions back in June, ‘You Don’t Know How It Feels’. The former track was discovered by his daughter, Adria Petty, after sorting through his music following his death in 2017.
- READ MORE: The Tom Petty NME obituary: 1950 – 2017
“I thought, ‘What a weird song to pick as the single, of all those songs,’” she told Rolling Stone. “They had an album of amazing songs. But there’s something about it that makes you feel at ease – like you belong.
“The idea of ‘you don’t know how it feels to be me’ — people can identify with that feeling. And ‘roll another joint’ is saying, ‘Tune out the noise for a second because there’s so much of it.’ And that felt appropriate now.”
‘Wildflowers’ was Petty’s second solo studio album, released in 1994. The album was a commercial success, hitting triple platinum sales numbers in the US.
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