Get the Latest from Frank Turner, City and Colour, Foo Fighters, and More in Our Click Hear Roundup
Published Jun 06, 2011As the mercury begins to rise, Canadians are powering up their fans to beat the summer temperatures. In the Exclaim! Click Hear section, we've compiled a collection of songs, videos and album streams to keep your eyes and ears from feeling the heat. Here's a taste of what you will find.
UK export Frank Turner drops his fourth album, England Keep My Bones, tomorrow (June 7), but if you're aching to get your working-class anthem fix, we're streaming the entire album. Leaning more towards his folk tendencies this time around, Turner's acoustic guitars take centre stage as he pays tribute to his home country.
If you're looking to hit closer to home, Ontario's City and Colour releases the highly anticipated Little Hell tomorrow as well, but you can start soaking in the soothing sounds of Dallas Green now with another full-album stream.
Single tracks have also been released from a number of heavy hitters, such as Tech N9ne. With the help of Lil Wayne and T-Pain, the especially dirty "Fuck Food" can be listened to at your own risk. Kid Cudi has also revealed a taste of his more rock'n'roll-style project, 2 Be Continuum. You can check out "Perfect Is the World," as well as his new video for "Marijuana," directed by Shia LaBeouf.
Two new songs from Modest Mouse are also gracing the Exclaim! site. You can have a listen to "Poison" and "Lampshades on Fire," captured from a recent live performance at Sasquatch! Last but certainly not least is the most recent video gem from Foo Fighters. They don't disappoint with their entertaining video for "Walk," off recent release Wasting Light. The band take inspiration from Michael Douglas's performance in Falling Down, making it a video that shouldn't be missed.
Be sure to check out these streams, downloads and videos, as well as many more, in our Click Hear section.