Get the Latest from the Weeknd, City and Colour, Yeasayer and More in Our Click Hear Roundup
Published May 30, 2011We know that trying to keep up the mountains of new music that come out on the glorious internet can be a time-consuming gig. So save yourself some rummaging and head over to the Exclaim! Click Hear section to get the latest downloads, videos and album streams. Here's a small look at what's happening there now.
Lately, it seems as if we can't have one week go by without hearing something from the Weeknd (pictured) -- not that it's a bad thing. This past week proved to be no different, as we got some great material, both old and new, courtesy of Toronto's latest sensation. First, we brought you four unreleased tracks from Abel Tesfaye's pre-Weeknd days with a production team call the Noise. Then, we gave you the soulful "Rolling Stone," a brand new track that the Weeknd released via his Twitter and that is expected to appear on his soon-to-be-released Thursday mixtape.
In other album sneak peeks, we also have "Soviet Race," the first single off of Graham Wright's upcoming album. Shirts Vs. Skins is the debut solo LP from the Tokyo Police Club keyboardist. And if you've been getting hyped up for City and Colour's new release Little Hell, we've got the sexy (yes, sexy) new video for "Fragile Bird" to hold you over until that album drops on June 7.
If you missed seeing Yeasayer on Conan last week, we also have that video for you too. Check it out to see the Brooklyn act performing their new song "The Devil and the Deed." But if it's a mix of broadway and Marvel that you're looking for (and why wouldn't you be?), we have a track off of the Spiderman: Turn Off the Dark soundtrack. The song is called "Rise Above 1" and not only features the play's leading man Reeve Carney, but also the men behind the soundtrack, U2's Bono and the Edge.
Be sure to check out these streams, downloads and videos, as well as many more, at our Click Hear section.