NEWS Round up: The 1975 perform with the Philharmonic orchestra

The 1975 preformed with the BBC Philharmonic orchestra this week (Sept 30).

The iconic live lounge session was the final installment of BBC Radio 1‘s live lounge month.

Set in Blackpool’s Tower Ballroom, The 1975 also played Please Be Naked live for the first time as well as covering some Justin Beiber and One Direction.

Check out their amazing performance of Somebody Else.


Twenty One Pilots have finally announced who will be joining them on their EU and UK tour.

Bry, an Irish singer-song writer will be accompanying the pair.

It is unclear whether Bry will support Twenty One Pilots for all 68 of the EU/UK Emotional Roadshow sets.


Green Day have criticized presidential candidate Donald Trump at a show in New Jersey.

The band changed the lyrics to Holiday from ‘pulverise the Effiel tower’ to ‘pulverise Trump towers’.

Before starting the song the asked frontman Billie Joel Armstrong asked the crowd how the felt about the candidate.

He then told the crowd, “There is no white supremacy in this fucking room. We are coming together tonight in New Jersey to call bullshit on all the fucking politicians.”


Finally, Baby metal are set to star in their own web series.

The mini metal superstars’ show will be a mix of animation and live action from the trio’s performances.

“The action-adventure will take viewers inside the magical world of heavy metal music as it comes under attack, and one lonely god, Kitsune, forms the warrior band Babymetal to save the day. In the series, Su-Metal, Yuimetal and Moametal join together to ultimately redefine the genre,” says the show’s creator.


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