Cold War Kids

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Cold War Kids Announce Virtual Tour

By: Staff – Cold War Kids have unveiled plans for a landmark virtual tour, featuring four unique concert performances scheduled through November. Tickets will go on sale to the public at coldwarkids.nocapshows.com beginning September 24 at 10:00 am PT/1:00 pm ET, with individual tickets priced at $15 and the four-show bundle priced at $50. BUY … Continue reading

Cold War Kids Share New Single “Somewhere”

By: Staff – Cold War Kids have shared a new single, “Somewhere,“ which can be streamed below. “I love this song,” says Cold War Kids’ Nathan Willett. “It’s very uplifting, but it has a sadness to it, a rock-iness that’s almost feminine and soulful. The line, I knew you were crazy/The night you shaved your … Continue reading

Cold War Kids Share New Video for “Who’s Gonna Love Me Now”

By: Staff – Cold War Kids have released a video for “Who’s Gonna Love Me Now” directed by Mezzy (Lil Peep documentary, Lil Uzi Vert, Playboy Carti, Lil Tracy, Boyscouts) and shot during quarantine with a small COVID safe group. “Who’s Gonna Love Me Now” heralds the bands upcoming release, New Age Norms 2, the … Continue reading

Photos: Bumbershoot 2018 – Phoenix, Cold War Kids, Portugal The Man

Photos by: Matt Harding – Day three of Bumbershoot 2018 last night (Sept. 2nd) featured performances by French synthpop band Phoenix, who released their sixth album, Ti Amo, on June 9th, 2017 via Glassnote, which featured the singles “J-Boy”, and “Ti Amo”, Long Beach, CA-based indie rock band Cold War Kids, who released their sixth album, L.A. Divine, on April … Continue reading

Photos: Young The Giant, Cold War Kids, Sir Sly @ FivePoint Amphitheatre

Photos by: Alejandra Gomez – Indie Rock band Young The Giant, who released their third album, Home of the Strange, on August 12th, 2016 via Fueled By Ramen, which featured the singles “Amerika”, “Something to Believe In”, and “Silvertongue”, performed at the FivePoint Amphitheatre in Irvine, California last night (Oct. 5th) with Long Beach, CA-based indie rock band Cold War Kids, … Continue reading

Interview: Joywave Talks “Content”, Creating Super 8 Film Music Videos, & Nintendo

By: Lucy Sky – “Anxiety caused by feeling too content” is just the first aspect of the double-pronged paradoxical rumination that is Content, the sophomore full-length album by Rochester, NY-based indie quintet, Joywave, which dropped July 28th with a tour supporting Young the Giant and Cold War Kids to follow. The title, Content, sees Joywave apply … Continue reading

Photos: Cold War Kids, Middle Kids @ The Danforth Music Hall

Photos by: Katrina Lat –  Long Beach, CA-based indie rock band Cold War Kids, who will release their sixth album, L.A. Divine, on April 7th via Capitol, performed at the Danforth Music Hall in Toronto last night with  Sydney, Australia-based alternative rock band The Middle Kids, who released their self-titled debut EP on February 17th, 2017 via … Continue reading

Photos: Cold War Kids, Maudlin Strangers @ The Danforth Music Hall

Photos by: Ryan Lawson – Long Beach, CA-based indie rock band Cold War Kids, who released their fifth album, Hold My Home, on October 21st, 2014 via Downtown Records, which was co-produced by Lars Stalfors (The Mars Volta, Funeral Party, Matt and Kim), and features Modest Mouse drummer Joe Plummer, who is now a permanent member, performed at … Continue reading

Photos: Chill On The Hill 2015 – Cage The Elephant, Coheed And Cambria, Cold War Kids

Photos by: Amanda Cain –  The second and final day of Chill On The Hill 2015 in Detroit, MI on September 13th featured performances by Kentucky-based alternative rockers Cage The Elephant, who released their third album, Melophobia, on October 8th, 2013 via RCA, New York-based progressive rock band Coheed and Cambria, who will release their eighth album, The Color Before The Sun, … Continue reading

Photos/Review: Cold War Kids, HIGHS @ Phoenix Concert Theatre

By: Daniel Melfi | Photos by: Amy Buck – Last night, Long Beach, CA indie rockers Cold War Kids treated Toronto to a stellar performance. Canadian alternative outfit HIGHS, who are well-known in the city for their CMW and NXNE performances, opened for the SoCal quintet, and warmed up the crowd with their energetic vocals during “Summer Dress”, and a slew of other … Continue reading

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