The short sequel to the 2003 romantic comedy aired on Friday in the U.K.
After a decade-long hiatus, the band is as sure of its footing as ever.
Jason Lytle’s alternative rock band finally follows up 2006’s Just Like the Fambly Cat.
Reunited shoegaze outfit describe the track as “a pretty straightforward expression of frustration and disgust at the people who currently run our country.”
Beatles legends hit the studio to work on Starr’s upcoming album.
Frontman Jello Biafra is uninterested in reforming with his former bandmates.
The duo discuss the possibility of planning a one-off event such as Glastonbury.
One of Kurt Cobain’s favorite bands will perform for the first time since 1999.
The band made a surprise appearance at LA’s Emo Nite, performing “Emily” and “Note to Self”.
Jack Black, Everlast, Vic Mensa, and Jackson Browne also attended the Los Angeles event.
As the band says in a statement, “Bad Presidents make for great music.”
Fans can probably expect a reunion record from the group once the weather warms up.