When it was announced that Billie Eilish would record the theme for the newest version of “James Bond 007,” many skeptics raised their brows, questioning the young artist’s ability to match the previous, highly successful theme songs, including Alicia Keys’s “Another Way to Die,” Adele’s “Skyfall
Some days, you wake up feeling like a queen of darkness and start searching through your sock drawer for your chandelier earrings and crow companion. On these days, I tend to turn to the music and, more specifically, the music videos of Angel Olsen.
It’s no shock that Carly Pearce released her self-titled sophomore album on Valentine’s Day. She tied the knot with fellow country artist Michael Ray last October and hasn’t been very shy about her feelings for him on social media.
Valentine’s Day has some claim on sentimentality. It launches love into the spotlight, or at least into your peripheral; it pits love and loneliness against each other, these umbrella terms used as placeholders to describe the diversity of feeling that actually overcomes us.
Hayley Williams’ Petals for Armor IEP is great. If the name is recognizable, some might recall Williams’ time as lead singer for pop-punk band Paramore. Her debut EP is short and sweet, five tracks in all.