Morning Music Notes – That Rock ‘n Roll, It Just Won’t Go Away

London Grammar announced their entrance to the music world with their stunning debut Hey Now back in December 2012. Since then, they have released a fistful of great tracks, and their debut album If You Wait. They now, over a year later, have a video for their track Hey Now.

London Grammar - Hey Now via YouTube screen cap
If you like stoppimation stop motion animation, this video is for you. If you like booming vocals, mixed with R&B subtle beats, then this song is for you. Dig in to London Grammar below.

London Grammar – Hey Now

Morning Music Notes

Bonnaroo, that superjam-lovin’ festival in Tennessee, has announced its line up. Swinging by the field on June 12-15 will be Elton John, Kanye West (collaboration time!), Jack White, Lionel Richie (??), Vampire Weekend, Phoenix, Skrillex, Arctic Monkeys, Damon Albarn, Neutral Milk Hotel, Cut Copy, CHVRCHES, and many, many, many more. All the info you need is right here. Tickets go on sale this Saturday.

Bad news OutKast fans – NO new album is in the works. Oh well, at least there are 40 tour dates in which to catch them. (via NME)

You know that catchy as hell and cool intro to Mad Men? It could’ve been so much different – Beck was asked to do the theme song to it. He thought that a show about ad execs in the 60s sounded like a terrible idea. So does a song about garbage bag trees, but we know how that turned out. (via NME)

Arctic Monkeys won a couple of BRIT Awards last night, including Best British Group and Best British Album. Damn right they did! Singer Alex Turner also had a weird speech about rock and roll never dying. Check out their performance of R U Mine below. Also, David Bowie got an award for being a cool cat for many decades. (via NME)

Arctic Monkeys – R U Mine (BRIT Awards 2014)

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