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Pre-Sale Tickets for Weezer & Panic! At The Disco Summer Tour Go On Sale

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Weezer and Panic! At The Disco announced their co-headlining summer tour, on which they will be joined by Andre McMahon In The Wilderness.

Today, pre-sale tickets went on sale. Check out the full list of dates below, and click the links for tickets!weezer and patd

06.10 The Woodlands, TX @ Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion (Tickets)
06.11 Corpus Christi, TX @ Concrete Street Amphitheater* (Tickets)
06.12 New Orleans, LA @ Bold Sphere Music at Champions Square (Tickets)
06.14 Miami, FL @ Bayfront Park Amphitheater (Tickets)
06.15 Tampa, FL @ Midflorida Credit Union Amphitheater (Tickets)
06.16 Atlanta, GA @ Lakewood Amphitheatre (Tickets)
06.19 Daniel Island, SC @ Volvo Cars Stadium (Tickets)
06.20 Charlotte, NC @ PNC Music Pavilion (Tickets)
06.21 Raleigh, NC @ Walnut Creek Amphitheater (Tickets)
06.22 Virginia Beach, VA @ Veterans United Home Loans Amphitheater (Tickets)
06.24 Bristow, VA @ Jiffy Lube Live (Tickets)
06.25 Canandaigua, NY @ Constellation Brands(Tickets)
06.26 Scranton, PA @ Pavilion at Montage Mountain (Tickets)
06.28 Gilford, NH @ Bank of New Hampshire Pavilion at Meadowbrook (Tickets)
06.30 Wantagh, NY @ Nikon at Jones Beach Theater (Tickets)
07.01 Mansfield, MA @ Xfinity Center (Tickets)
07.02 Holmdel, NJ @ PNC Bank Arts Center (Tickets)
07.05 Camden, NJ @ BB&T Pavilion (Tickets)
07.06 Toronto, ON @ Molson Canadian Amphitheatre (Tickets)
07.08 Clarkston, MI @ DTE Energy Music Theatre (Tickets)
07.09 Milwaukee, WI @ Summerfest – Marcus Amphitheater (Tickets)
07.10 Tinley Park, IL @ Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre (Tickets)
07.12 Noblesville, IN @ Klipsch Music Center (Tickets)
07.13 Nashville, TN @ Ascend Amphitheater (Tickets)
07.15 Dallas, TX @ Gexa Energy Pavilion (Tickets)
07.16 Oklahoma City, OK @ Zoo Amphitheater* (Tickets)
07.17 Rogers, AR @ Walmart Arkansas Music Pavilion (Tickets)
07.19 Maryland Heights, MO @ Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre (Tickets)
07.20 Kansas City, MO @ Starlight Theatre (Tickets)
07.22 Brandon, SD @ Badlands Motor Speedway* (Tickets)
07.23 Council Bluffs, IA @ Harrah’s Hotel & Casino Council Bluffs – Stir Cove* (Tickets)
07.24 Englewood, CO @ Fiddler’s Green Amphitheatre (Tickets)
07.26 Salt Lake City, UT @ USANA Amphitheatre (Tickets)
07.28 Burnaby, BC @ Festival Lawn at Deer Lake Park (Tickets)
07.29 Redmond, WA @ Marymoor Park (Tickets)
07.30 Troutdale, OR @ Edgefield (Tickets)
07.31 Mountain View, CA @ Shoreline Amphitheatre* (Tickets)
08.02 Phoenix, AZ @ AK-Chin Pavilion (Tickets)
08.03 Chula Vista, CA @ Sleep Train Amphitheatre* (Tickets)
08.05 Santa Barbara, CA @ Santa Barbara Bowl (Tickets)
08.06 Irvine, CA @ Irvine Meadows Amphitheatre (Tickets)

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Top 20 Music Videos of 2015

michael persallEach year, our favorite artists give us music to enjoy…and, more often than not, some amazing music videos to go along with it.

At Planet Stereo, music videos are one of the top things we get asked to cover, and most of the time, that’s fine by us! This year, the normal “Top 15” list had to be extended to 20! There were just too many amazing videos to choose from! Check out our picks below and let us know in the comments what your favorite music videos were this year!


1. Highly Suspect – “Lydia”

Highly Suspect’s official video for their single “Lydia,” from their album, Mister Asylum. It really is filled with incredible visuals, and was filmed entirely underwater…in one take! It’s beautifully shot, and Marina Kazankova (the girl in the video) does an incredible job. And hey, the song has been nominated for a Grammy!

2. Sam Smith – “Writing’s On The Wall”

Considering that this video was teased relentlessly, its release was like a moment from the “Hallelujah” chorus. The video is stunningly cinematic, much like the track itself…and of course, it helps that Sam Smith can do no wrong and that the track is for a Bond film!

3. Tillian – “Satellite”

Animated by John Howe, “Satellite,” is both a wonderful, unique video, and a definite stand-out for the year!

4. PVRIS“White Noise”

I cannot praise PVRIS enough; there’s just too much talent to even begin to try. And the video for “White Noise,” which pays homage to the horror film Poltergeist, is excellent.

5. New Found Glory – “Vicious Love (ft. Hayley Williams)”

Not only is this video incredibly funny, but it features guest vocals (and an appearance) from Paramore vocalist Hayley Williams (a.k.a. the Future Mrs. Chad Gilbert). The track itself is incredibly catchy, but the video is both comedic and full of great Halloween ideas.

6. The Maine – “English Girls”

Yet another clever video! The Maine’s video for “English Girls” shows the members of the band on a pretty crazy night out, leaving everyone wondering: Who did John O’Callaghan wake up next to?

7. Marianas Trench“One Love”

There’s something about Marianas Trench’s music video for “One Love” that is so 2003…in the best possible way. The track has a powerful sound, and, when added with the great visual, how could you not love it?

8. Adele – “Hello”

Adele is back, and she came back with a simple, “Hello.” The video broke the records set by Taylor Swift’s VMA-premiered “Bad Blood,” and is stunningly pieced together.

9. Lady Gaga – “Till It Happens To You”

Lady Gaga’s new Grammy-nominated track, “Till It Happens To You,” is an extraordinary song with a strong presence. The video brings the song and the scary statistics about sexual assault on college campuses, to life. The song is from The Hunting Ground film, which is available now: http://bit.ly/1E6XAFl The video warns that there are triggering, graphic scenes depicted, and I will reiterate that now: TRIGGER WARNING. This video contains graphic images that may act as a trigger for some people.

10. Ella Henderson – “Mirror Man”

The soulful track is powerful, memorable, and the video is just as strong. Ella Henderson’s vocals are golden.

11. Bring Me The Horizon“Throne” (…and “True Friends,” just for the storyline.)

The Game Of Thrones vibes from this video are all there, and the quality is unreal. The editing is perfect, with everything timed excellently.

12. Panic! At The Disco“Emperor’s New Clothes”

The makeup and cinematography of this video are…wow. I mean, Brendon Urie becomes a devil.

13. All Time Low“Something’s Gotta Give”

This was easily one of the best videos of the year, no questions asked; it’s funny, it has zombies (zombie makeup!), and, of course, a catchy track to go along with it.

14. DIVIDES “Echoes Fade”

My favorite thing about this video (and all of DIVIDES’ recent videos)? They’re all made in-house. The band filmed and edited the whole thing, and it’s extremely impressive. “Echoes Fade” is the kind of video that you just find yourself mesmerized by, and rightly so.

15. Taylor Locke – “Call Me Kuchu”

“Call Me Kuchu” is soulful, and reminiscent of classic rock. Inspired by the documentary of the same name, the song and video come together in a stunning metaphor; shedding light on the lack of basic human rights in Uganda, where being gay is considered criminal. The music video, directed by art/editorial photographer Logan White, acts as a satire, featuring Dr. Kuchu, a turn-of-the-century magician and snake oil profiteer.

16. Michael Persall“The Move”

The Move,” an upbeat tune that perfectly captures a sweet courtship, all the while showcasing some of Persall’s enviable vocal talents. The indie-pop/rock single is radio worthy, with perfect timing, a happy-go-lucky charm, and a fantasy appeal, as seen in the music video.

17. Hands Like Houses – “I Am”

“I Am” is a video that proves “a little goes a long way.” It is so simply put together, but carries such a weight visually (and musically). It’s truly minimalism at its finest.

18. Halsey – “New Americana”

This video has the post-apocolyptic edge that I imagined Taylor Swift’s “Bad Blood” would have. It helps that the song is ridiculously catchy.

19. Set It Off – “Ancient History”

Set It Off have released some pretty cool videos recently, but “Ancient History” works so well with the whole time-travel kind of thing (very fitting for the year of Back To The Future). 

20. Jade The Moon – “U Take Care”

Jade The Moon’s “U Take Care” video has a stunning, haunting feel to it. The video, written and directed by Chad Rook, is wonderfully symbolic, working well as a metaphor for the effects of love and hurt. With soaring vocals, the electro-pop track is sensational.

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15 Songs From November ’15 You Have To Hear

good charlotteNovember is an odd month. Sure, it’s got Thanksgiving, but December doesn’t really give it a chance. In fact, I often refer to November as “Pre-Christmas.” The stores put out their decorations earlier every year, the radio blasts holiday tunes, and everyone is just…Christmas-y.

But here at Planet Stereo, we want to give November a fair shot! Which is why we’ve scooped up the best tunes this month.

Check out your November Must Hear List below and let us know what you think we have to hear in the comments!


1. “On My Way” – Cardiknox

“On My Way” is a fantastic new track from Cardiknox, who are equally as awesome. The vocals are wonderful, and as the music builds throughout the song, there’s an explosion of kinetic energy. Put this on and I guarantee you’ll need to dance…even if you can’t really.

2. “Let The Games Begin” – AJR

Melodic, catchy, and makes me want to learn how to play it on the cups…Hmmm…AJR with yet another hit that is guaranteed to be on the radio for a while. If “Let The Games Begin” doesn’t pump you up even a little bit, I fear for you.

3. “Makeshift Love” – Good Charlotte

Can I just say how thrilled I am that Good Charlotte is back? Seriously, this band is magical. When “Makeshift Love” debuted, I was filled with happiness. It’s catchy as all Hell, and the music video is wonderful– it features cameos from producer John Feldmann and Mikey Way, and also features a product called Break App. Amazing. #WelcomeBackGC #pleaseneverleaveagain.

4. “There’s a Place” – All American Rejects

Something very different from AAR, and it’s a welcome change. This reminds me so much of some of the tracks from Move Along, just with a more indie sound to it. “There’s a Place” is beautifully put together, and is such a sing-a-long.

5. “Start Again” – Conrad Sewell

When there’s something about a song that you can’t fully explain, but you love, you know it’s something special. For me, I honestly think it comes down to the heartfelt lyrics and Sewell’s incredible vocal performance, but I find myself hitting the replay button on this constantly.

6. “Speak Soft” – As It Is

Okay, so As It Is can do no wrong anyway, but this is just wonderful. The video makes me want to go to the beach so badly, you have no idea. Add on top that the song is energetic and showcases clever lyrics (once again). Let’s just say that you have to hear every As It Is song and call it a day?

7. “True Friends” – Bring Me The Horizon

Not only is the song brilliant, but the video is a complete Inception moment. I cannot say anymore. You just need to watch and listen.

8. “When We Were Young (LIVE)” – Adele

All hail the Queen! If you weren’t already obsessed, Adele’s new live version of “When We Were Young” will get you there. It’s only when you hear her perform acoustically that you realize just how talented this lady is…and always has been.

9. TroyBoi – “Afterhours (ft. Diplo &Nina Sky)

Haunting vocals, amazing music, and just an overall entrancing feel to it. This is something I can imagine being played all over the place, and rightly so!

10. “Chase Your Shadow (Acoustic)” – Secret Someones

Again, you can never go wrong with a good acoustic. Secret Someones is pure proof of that. The vocals are perfection, and just the softness of the music is completely mesmerizing.

11. “Ready Or Not Here I Come (ft. Cheesa)” – District 78

This is such a…badass version of this song. There is literally no other way I can describe it. It’s full of energy and has a flare of style to it that is irresistible.

12. “Sing” – The Wild Wild

You can never go wrong with a melodic tune to set your day right, and The Wild Wild have provided that and some with “Sing.”

13. “Impossible” – Lacey Sturm

I’m going to be honest, Flyleaf was part of the compilation CDs that made up my formative teen years. So when I heard that former Flyleaf front woman Lacey Sturm was making her return to music as a solo artist, I admit, I was hesitant. But then I heard “Impossible,” from her debut solo album, Life Screams. The track is bold, and has a more hopeful vibe to it.

14. “Clarity” – Come Wind

I am completely entranced by this group. Come Wind is just a ridiculously talented band, and “Clarity” is a song that stands out beautifully. It’s like AFI meets Lydia. Just, yes. The Emo Kid from my youth rejoices every time she hears this song.

15. “LA Devotee” – Panic! At The Disco

Yet another awesome new single from P!@TD’s upcoming Death of a Bachelor album. If you haven’t pre-ordered yet, this song will make you need to!



“Four Five Seconds (cover)” – Connell Cruise (ft. Rudo Pieterse & Ashlinn Gray)


“Outsiders” – Against The Current

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Panic! At The Disco Release New Single, “LA Devotee”

panic at the discoPanic! At The Disco just released another new single, “LA Devotee,” which you can stream below. The single comes from the band’s upcoming album, Death of a Bachelor, which is due out on January 15, 2016.

The record will be released via Decaydance/Fueled By Ramen (Pre-orders are on sale now).

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PODCAST: Martian Mashup Season 2, Episode 8

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And we’re back for another week of news and music.

We’ve got a lot to cover, and we’ve got some great new music from Adele, James Bay, Tigress, Panic! At The Disco, Pop Evil, and more!

You can stream the Martian Mashup Season 2, Episode 8 below! Let us know what you think in the comments.



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Panic! At The Disco Releases “Victorious” Music Video

panic at the discoPanic! At The Disco is on fire.

Last month, we saw Brendon Urie transform into a demon for his new single, “Emperor’s New Clothes,” from the upcoming album, Death of a Bachelor, which is set to be released via Fueled By Ramen records on January 15th. This month, we get to see Urie celebrate life’s little victories…in a big way.

Check out the video below and let us know what you think in the comments below:

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Go Behind-The-Scenes of Panic! At The Disco’s Video for “Emperor’s New Clothes”

panic at the discoPanic! At The Disco take you beyond the “Emperor’s New Clothes” video. The behind-the-scenes looks shows Brendon Urie becoming the demon in the video, and explains the general premise behind the concept.

You can check out the video below. The single is from the upcoming album, Death Of a Bachelor, which will be available on January 15th,, 2016 via DCD2 / Fueled By Ramen.

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Brendon Urie Will Amaze You In Panic! At The Disco’s New Video for “Emperor’s New Clothes”

panic at the discoBrendon Urie is helping us prep for Halloween by dressing like the coolest demon ever in his Panic! At The Disco‘s new video for “Emperor’s New Clothes,” from the upcoming album, Death of a Bachelor, which will be available on January 15th, 2016 on DCD2 / Fueled By Ramen.

You can pre-order the album on Apple Music and get the single, “Victorious,” along with “Hallelujah,” and “Emperor’s New Clothes” instantly http://smarturl.it/PATDDeathOfABachelor.

View the awesome new video for “Emperor’s New Clothes,” directed by Daniel Cloud Campos, below:

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15 Songs From September ’15 You Have To Hear

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September…Otherwise known as “The Month Before Halloween,” or “The Beginning of Pumpkin Spice Latte Season.” Whatever you call it, September churned out some amazing new music. From the new 007 theme song to Ryan Adams covering Taylor Swift’s 1989 in its entirety, this month has been an interesting one in the world of music. Check it out!

1. “Gone”JR JR

Looking for a tune to make you smile? This is it. It’s got this adorable sound, but a very triumphant spirit. This is the kind of song that makes you want go on a drive and sing loudly. It’s what you should be dancing around your room to this, singing into a hairbrush, using chopsticks as drumsticks, or playing air guitar to, no matter who you are. Plus, the video is epic.

2. “Smile”Jasmine Jordan

Jasmine Jordan has a beautiful voice, and with passionate storytelling, “Smile” is a breath of fresh air. I love the jazzy instrumentals. The track reminds me of Corrinne Bailey Rae, if I’m honest.

3. “Die Trying” – Jule Vera

Just wow. “Die Trying” is a hauntingly beautiful song, and the video’s post-apocolyptic theme just adds to how memorable it is. Jule Vera is poised for massive success.

4. “Through Your Eyes” – Michael Jayson

Michael Jayson’s piano-driven single, “Through Your Eyes,” is full of rich instrumentals with cinematic quality, and some stellar bass. It also features wonderful lyrics and an upbeat tone, resulting in an infectious optimism that provides a whisper of encouragement.

5. “Into The Rest” – Avion Roe ft. Kellin Quinn

The first official release from the band since they announced that they’d signed with Epitaph Records, and it’s glorious. Bonus points for Kellin Quinn joining in. Seriously, if you haven’t already been in love with Avion Roe for a while, you will be now.

6. “One Love”Marianas Trench

This track is so amazing and incredibly catchy. I have to say that I was completely floored by Marianas Trench when I heard “One Love.” It’s emotional, vibrant, and rich in instrumentals…as well as flawless vocals. I just keep playing this on repeat, and I recommend you do the same!

7. “Epic Love”Todrick Hall

This infectious new electro-pop single is infectious, and the music video is incredible. Referencing some of the great love scenes/movies from great films, Todrick Hall just proves time and time again why he won the Internet…and theater…and television…and, oh, hell, the world.

8. “Alive” – Sia

Sia’s incredible vocals make me happy. She has this quiet power about her that is just awe-inspiring, especially on an underdog anthem like “Alive.” Considering National Suicide Awareness Week and International Suicide Prevention Day all fall in September, I feel like the release of this track had A+ timing.


CAPPA and REMMI, along with producer Foldy, collaborated on a mash-up of the pair’s two tracks, “Killin It” and “Star Spangled.” The mash-up is incredible and a total ear-worm! The two songs flow so nicely together, it’s almost difficult to imagine why they’d ever be apart!

10. “Powers” – Lostboycrow

So I stumbled across this gem on Soundcloud, and there is no going back. Not only is it instrumentally stunning, but it builds and just has this gorgeous sound that beautifully showcases some well executed vocals. Honestly, this song should be all over the radio.

11. “Here (Vincent Remix)” – Alessia Cara x Vincent

Talk about catchy as hell. I love a good remix as much as the next person, and this is a damn good remix, and I already liked Alessia Cara’s tongue-in-cheek track. Of all the sing-along tunes of September 2015, this is a major one, especially on a day when you’re feeling particularly badass.

12. “Can’t Control The Weather” – Fairground Saints

The multi-talented group that is Fairground Saints have already proved how epically talented they are (time and time again), but this single will remind you. You know, just in case you momentarily forgot.

13. “On My Mind” – Ellie Goulding

Ellie Goulding’s new sound is strangely entrancing. There’s something about “On My Mind” that just pulls you in and has you kind of bobbing and singing along. Plus, the video is gold. Who wouldn’t want to ride a horse into a building like a badass?

14. “Writing’s On The Wall” Sam Smith


The new 007 Spectre theme song we’ve all been waiting for by the magnificent human being that is Sam Smith. Seriously, if his vocals don’t make you melt, you are made of stone. Anyway, the new theme song is beautifully cinematic, if not utterly haunting, so you need to check it out.

15. “Victorious”Panic! At The Disco

The single is a sports-worthy anthem. If you’re looking for a clever #winning song, Brendon Urie has done it once again and answered your prayers. In typical Panic! At The Disco fashion, “Victorious” is theatrical, catchy, and just awesome.

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Panic! At The Disco Release ‘Victorious’

panic at the discoPanic! At The Disco just released their highly-aniticipated (and very much teased) new single, “Victorious.” The single is a sports-worthy anthem. If you’re looking for a clever #winning song, Brendon Urie has done it once again and answered your prayers.

You can stream the new song below, and be sure to purchase the song on iTunes.

I was never really great at sports. Never picked first for the team. Never had any game saving plays or tricks I could use to my advantage to then be hoisted upon my team mates’ shoulders in praise of my winning awesomeness. But what I missed in that regard, I made up for in passion and intensity. The guy who was known for turning up the crazy. The guy who said, ‘fuck it, I’ll do it.; That’s truly victorious. Giving it your all when it’s all you have. Giving ’em hell to get a taste of heaven. So I say give ’em a taste of your poison. Turn up the crazy. Tonight, we are victorious,” says Brendon Urie on YouTube.

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