Earlier this week, Billboard took on the monumental task of picking the best holiday song from each of the past 50 years. Yes, 50 -- and we even picked runners-up for most of 'em. Now we want to hear from you.
Welcome to the new episode of the Pop Shop Podcast’s Headliner Interview, Billboard's weekly long-form talk with a compelling, inspirational voice in the world of music, hosted by staff writer Chris Payne. This week’s subject is the British indie pop band Glass Animals, discussing its 2016 album "How To Be a Human Being."
Nine Inch Nails announced a new EP last week and now they’ve shared a track from 'Not the Actual Events,' a day ahead of its Dec. 23 release date. Listen to “Burning Bright (Field on Fire),” a sampling from the project Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross have called “unfriendly” and “fairly impenetrable.”
Back in July, Haim canceled European tour dates so it could ramp up work on its second album. The L.A. band gave a status update in a recent interview, naming two co-producers for the album it expects to release in summer 2017.
Last year, Trent Reznor promised a new Nine Inch Nails project would arrive before 2016 ended and today (Dec. 16) he made good on those words. NIN will release a new EP called "Not the Actual Events" on Dec. 23, in addition to re-issuing all major titles from its back catalog.
Time and time again, 2016 has shown us just how hard it is to keep multiple luminary talents in the same band for long. Last night, more bad news came from Chairlift’s gig at Brookyln’s Good Room -- the heavenly synthpop duo Chairlift is splitting up.