These are the albums we leaned on during what’s been by far the strangest year in our lifetimes.
Wayne Coyne and co. will play their first public performance since the beginning of the pandemic in Oklahoma City in January 2021.
This is what a concert video looks like in 2020.
The Flaming Lips, Eddie Vedder, Beck, and Post Malone also joined the virtual celebration of the beloved artist.
The band did a test run of their space bubble live show at Oklahoma City’s Criterion.
An expansion of an idea they’ve used for recent performances on Colbert and Fallon.
It’s a mediation on guilt from their latest album American Head.
Required listening for anyone who’s gone on their own quarantine-induced walk down memory lane in search of a way to survive this year.
It’s the legendary psych-rock band’s 21st album.
A funky follow-up to the Stranger Things actor’s 2019 debut, Twenty Twenty.
From BTS and Deftones to Dolly Parton and The Cure, these are 25 artists we want records from before the year runs out.
It’s off their upcoming album, American Head, due out later this fall.