Meet Brandon Rike, the artist behind those awesome t-shirts from twenty one pilots! He is offering a Skill Share class about designing band tees - enroll HERE and if you submit your design by Friday, it could end up printed on a t-shirt for the next tripforconcerts!
|January 29, 2014
Olivia from Kids Interview Bands sits down with Brendon Urie to ask some fun questions, including who he used to impersonate singing in the mirror. Click HERE to see more of their interviews!
Rolling Stone spoke with Young the Giant's frontman Sameer Gadhia about their new album, Mind Over Matter.
"It was important to reconnect to our roots in terms of how we started playing music together and how it is that we considered our music. Sometimes you can think about higher things and the social implications of what you're doing, but at the end of the day, just being and existing as a group together, getting in a room and jamming for hours: I think that's really what we are." - Sameer Gadhia
Click HERE to read the full article!
Here's a little throwback for your Tuesday: on January 28, 2003 we released New.Old.Rare., a compilation featuring Blueline Medic, Midtown, Recover and Silent*Corporation. You can pick up this CD in The Fueled By Ramen Webstore.
Watch Brendon Urie of Panic! At The Disco take on David Boyd of New Politics in a backflip competition. Catch Panic! At The Disco on the Too Weird To Live, Too Rare To Die! Tour now!
We printed 100 of each of these Young the Giant special lithographs for the Mind Over Matter preorder. Although two prints are sold out, there are still a few of the 'Field' Lithograph (featured in the middle) available. Click HERE to order now!
|January 27, 2014
Last night Nate Ruess of Fun. performed with P!nk at the 56th Annual Grammy Awards. Watch the spectacular performance in the video above! Pick up 'Just Give Me A Reason' as part of the 2014 Grammy Nominees album on iTunes.
twenty one pilots will perform at the Suburbia Music Festival in Plano, Texas on May 3rd and 4th - tickets and info available HERE.
|January 27, 2014
Young the Giant met up with MTV to talk about how the title track from their new Mind Over Matter helped them overcome any writer's block and avoid the so-called "sophomore slump" while recording their second album.
"The first half of the record is very high intensity, even more intense that even we initially anticipated, and the second, there's a little more time to breathe." - Sameer Gadhia
Watch a clip of the interview above and click HERE to read the full article.
Nate Ruess of Fun. will perform 'Just Give Me A Reason' live with P!nk tonight during The Grammys. Tune in at 8pm EST on CBS to catch their performance and see if they win!
Just give me a reason
Just a little bit's enough
Just a second we're not broken just bent
And we can learn to love again
It's in the stars
It's been written in the scars on our hearts
We're not broken just bent
And we can learn to love again.