Florence + the Machine will celebrate the 10th anniversary of their 2009 debut album,Lungs, with a lavish box set due out on Aug. 16.
The special edition will be available in both digital and physical formats, including a cloth-bound deluxe box set ($89.98) that includes the original album on pink vinyl with an LP of bonus material, postcards and inserts with unseen images from the time and three previously unreleased demos, as well as a rare acoustic version of "My Boy Builds Coffins" and a cover of the Beatles' "Oh! Darling" recorded live at Abbey Road Studios.
Fans are dying to know if is Shawn Mendes is dating Camila Cabello. So this weekend, one of them just straight-up asked him about it.
The singers have been sparking romance rumors in recent weeks with recent sightings of the two together in L.A. and the release of their new steamy duet and music video "Señorita." On Friday Cabello watched Mendes perform at Staples Center, as seen in an Instagram Story video she posted. He also performed there on Saturday night.
During a Q&A session at the venue, a fan asked Mendes, "Are you dating Camila?" He responded by shaking his head and putting his hands to the side, as seen in a viral video below
The Intrepid U2 fan site ATU2 Tours has discovered what is believed to be the earliest known bootleg recording of a show by the Irish rock legends, a gig from Aug. 11, 1979 at Dublin's long-defunct Dandelion Market club. The gig, which took place six weeks before the band released their first EP,Three, featured songs fans know, such as "Out of Control," as well as a cover of Led Zeppelin's "Black Dog," and two tracks that are not know to have been ever recorded or released, "Concentration Cramp" and "In Your Hand."
According to Irish news site RTÉ, the afternoon gig recording pre-dates an RTÉ broadcast of the band's show at the Cork Opera House on October 22 of that year, as well as a fan bootleg of the group's show at Tullamore on March 2, 1980, previously thought to be the earliest known available bootlegs. The Dandelion show was recorded by former independent music publisher and label owner Peter McCluskey, during the band's 10-show run at the Market from May to Christmas 1979; McCluskey's band, The Strougers, also performed on the bill that day.