The legendary frontman returns with a hopeful message as the world as we know it ends.
Created in collaboration with The National’s Aaron Dessner.
Former bandmates release statements remembering the recently deceased musician.
Also trending are two tracks called “Work From Home” as well as “My Sharona”, which rhymes with “corona.”
On hand washing: “Don’t sing Happy Birthday twice. It’s too depressing. Find some other song.”
The R.E.M. frontman recounted a negative interaction he had with the future president in the late 90s.
R.E.M. frontman’s latest offering benefits nonprofit Pathways to Paris.
“Any longstanding R.E.M. fan who had not figured out I was queer before that point wasn’t looking very hard,” Stipe says in a new interview.
Including previously unreleased demos, live performances, and new liner notes featuring interviews with the band.
The former R.E.M. singer finally goes solo eight years after the band’s breakup.
The release of “Your Capricious Soul” coincides with next week’s International Rebellion climate justice protests.
Michael Stipe & co. are celebrating the 25th anniversary of their ninth studio album.