We are happy to announce the release of In Flames new album “Sound Of A Playground Fading” as well as the bands entire catalogue here on Spotify.
In Flames is one of the world’s most celebrated death metal bands. With over 2,5 million albums sold and more than half a million fans on Facebook they are a force to be reckoned with.
In Flames last album “A Sense Of A Purpose” was released in 2008 and fans have been going crazy for the new album since the release of first single “Deliver Us”. “Sounds Of A Playground Fading” was recorded in In Flames’ own studio in Gothenburg with the help of Daniel Bergstrand, Robert Lagh & Örjan Örnkloo.
If you have Spotify Premium – don’t miss out on the opportunity to win some exclusive In Flames merchandise including signed vinyls, plectrums and posters. All you have to do is answer this question and tell us why you should be one of the lucky winners. E-mail your address together with your address, age and Spotify username to e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Competition question: What are the first four words sung by lead singer Anders Fridén in the single “Deliver us”?
LA-based three piece Foster The People will release their debut album ‘Torches’ on 27th June but Spotify users can stream it now!
Already causing a storm in the U.S. where the band attracted huge crowds at this year’s SXSW Festival and Coachella, ‘Torches’ looks set to soundtrack the summer ahead and beyond with its glistening pop choruses, hypnotic synths and hook-laden melodies.
From the funk-bass grove of ‘Pumped Up Kicks’ complete with an instantly catchy, hum-along chorus to the slow-building, epic closer ‘Warrant,’ it’s easy to see why Foster The People have already garnered a huge amount of critical acclaim and public adoration in the U.S.
With production from Paul Epworth (Florence & The Machine/Friendly Fires), Greg Kurstin (Lily Allen) and Rich Costey (Muse) and with influences and inspirations ranging from The Beach Boys to New Order, the bustling ‘Life On The Nickel’ and album opener ‘Helena Beat’ showcase the bands knack of twisting a glorious melody around a funky synth line and thunderous drums.
The band will be playing the following UK festivals this summer:
Sunday 26th June – Glastonbury Festival (John Peel Stage)
Saturday 16th July – Lovebox Festival
Sunday 17th July – Latitude Festival