tagged by @mintopolis !! thank uuu 😈
Rules: you can usually tell a lot about a person by the music they listen to! put your music library on shuffle and list the first 10 songs, then tag 10 people
Vanilla Twilight - Owl City
My House - PVRIS
Don't Miss Me? - Marianas Trench
We Built This City - Starship
Jacket - Shallow Gravy
The Peanut Butter Song - Maddie Jay
Perfume - De'Wayne ft. Awsten Knight
Put Your Records On - Ritt Momney
The "I" in Lie - Patrick Stump
Basically - Catfish and the Bottlemen
i tag @mismess @rubyhartleys @richietoizer :>
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so am i. // super whatevr
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alex gaskarth and de'wayne both posting about this song within the span of a few days........ ok kings imagine a collab??? I'd love to see it
ms paint awsten pt 4
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WE NEED TO TALK // WATERPARKS
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Spotify, I am going over there and I am beating your ass
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GREATEST HITS + FAVORITE LYRICS
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High Definition // Waterparks
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microdosing on waterparks by listening to perfume by de'wayne
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oh de'wayne really makes the whole song on "like it".... I love that guy he has such a good energy and he makes bangerz only
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de’wayne virtual performance tix secured :DDDDDDDD
hoping to go to hot topic in a few days and hunt down one of DE'WAYNE's designs
HERE’S WHAT YOU MISSED THIS WEEK (5.12-5.18.21):
Calling All Captains released a new track called “Tailspin” last Tuesday. It marks the first brand new music from the band since they released their EP Nothing Grows Here back in 2019.
Waterparks released a brand new song off their upcoming album Greatest Hits titled “Just Kidding.” The visual for the song was directed by Jawn Rocha and lead singer Awsten Knight.
Yours Truly shared a visual for the song “Siamese Souls.” The track comes off of their debut album Self Care, which was released last year via UNFD.
DE'WAYNE revealed that his debut album Stains is set to be released on June 18 via Hopeless Records. The announcement comes with the release of its title track, which follows from previous singles “Perfume” and “Walking to Work.”
With Confidence released a new song titled “Cult,” featuring new guitarist Inigo Del Carmen on vocals and as music video director. It follows on from their previous single “Big Cat Judgement Day.”
After much teasing, Don Broco released a new song called “Manchester Super Reds No.01 Fan.” The band later announced the details of their next album Amazing Things, dropping on September 17 via SharpTone Records.
The Offspring released a new music video for their track "We Never Have Sex Anymore.” The single follows from title track “Let the Bad Times Roll,” which is currently No. 1 on U.S. Active Rock radio.
Motionless in White released a synthwave version of their song “Voices.” It follows on from “Creatures X: To the Grave,” a song written in the style of their 2010 debut Creatures.
Weezer released a new orchestral version of their song “All My Favourite Songs” featuring AJR. The former band released their long-awaited album Van Weezer earlier this month.
Chunk! No, Captain Chunk! released a new song “Bitter” and revealed that their new album Gone Are the Good Days is going to be released on July 30 via Fearless Records. It will be their first record since 2015's Get Lost Find Yourself.
Rouxx shared a new track titled “LO$ERS” featuring MOD SUN last Friday. The track follows on from the singer’s previous single “F.E.A.R,” which was released last month.
Architects’ Sam Carter leant his vocals to the theme for the new game Final Fantasy XIV: Endwalker. The expansion of the game is set to be released on November 23.
Sad Summer Fest announced they are rescheduling some of the dates of this year's festival. Due to international travel not being possible, Yours Truly are unable to play, but the tour will now kick off in Sacramento, California, on August 6.
Evanescence made an appearance on The Kelly Clarkson Show last week, playing their song “Better Without You.” The song comes off of their latest album The Bitter Truth.
Slam Dunk Festival have announced that The Story So Far and Movements will no longer be performing at this year's festival. This is due to the rearranging of the dates of Sad Summer Fest in the United States, which both bands are a part of.
MOD SUN made his national TV debut last week as he performed his hit track “Flames” alongside Avril Lavigne. They were accompanied by Goldfinger frontman and producer John Feldmann on guitar.
Machine Gun Kelly and Sleeping With Sirens’ Kellin Quinn performed their new collaborative track “Love Race” together on Ellen. The pair previously collaborated on SWS’ track “Alone” and the rapper’s early song “Swing Life Away.”
My Chemical Romance confirmed the new dates that they will be playing in Russia and Ukraine next year. The news comes after previously rescheduling all of their touring plans to 2022.
Blink-182's classic track “What's My Age Again?” hit Platinum certification in the United Kingdom. It joins “All the Small Things,” which itself hit 2x Platinum back in January.
Fall Out Boy’s 2003 album Take This to Your Grave made its way into the Billboard 200 Chart for the very first time last week. The album is also currently certified Gold in the United States.
Foo Fighters were announced to be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame 2021. It is also their first attempt at being inducted following the 25th anniversary of their debut album last year.
Machine Gun Kelly's massive track “Bloody Valentine” has been certified Silver in the United Kingdom. The track appears on MGK's latest album Tickets to My Downfall, which is also now certified Silver.
Check in next Tuesday for more “Posi Talk with Sage Haley,” only at @sagehaleyofficial!
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hot take of the day: white parx fans can't see de'wayne as his own, sole creative entity that has a seperate thing from awsten and it is so totally racist.
the "tantrum" line in national anthem may or may not be a ref to the parx song, but the fact that the genius annotation for it and all annotations i've seen on de'wayne's recent stuff were* (bc since STAINS announcement they have disappeared) like "this may be a parx reference lol" is soooo. annoying. if you had any lyric literacy and weren't white you would be able to tell a center part of de'wayne's muzik is about being a Black man. it's not about the white boy he is friends with.
addendum: i am black and there is an extremely high chance that you are not, i am right so argue with your momma.
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STAINS by DE’WAYNE // OUT JUNE 18TH
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DE'WAYNE FT. AWSTEN KNIGHT - PERFUME
every time you cry cry
Every little lie i say makes you hate me
Huh, every time you cry cry and i smell your perfume makes me hate you huh
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snow globe // waterparks
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HERE’S WHAT YOU MISSED THIS WEEK (4.14-4.20.21):
Asking Alexandria’s Danny Worsnop released a new solo track titled “Bad for You.” It follows on from the emotional “Love You More,” which act as the singer’s first pieces of music of 2021 as well as being an independent solo artist.
Nova Twins revealed a version of their track “Undertaker” that has been remixed by FEVER 333. The former duo are a part of the latter’s frontman Jason Aalon Butler's 333 WRECKORDS CREW.
Nothing,nowhere. released an acoustic version of his hit track “Fake Friend.” The singer released the original version back in January and is featured on his latest album Trauma Factory.
De’Wayne returned with a new song titled “Walking to Work.” The single follows from his previous one “Perfume,” which was done in collaboration with Waterparks’ frontman Awsten Knight.
Silverstein released their first new music of 2021 with a single titled “Bankrupt.” The new song follows on the release of their full-length A Beautiful Place to Drown last year.
After plenty of teasing, ONE OK ROCK finally released their long-awaited track “Renegades.” The track was co-written with Ed Sheeran and was released alongside a new music video.
Pop-punk power couple Mod Sun and Avril Lavigne released an acoustic version of their collab track “Flames.” It follows on from a drum tutorial for the track, courtesy of the former artist.
Enter Shikari released a surprise new album Moratorium (Broadcasts From the Interruption). The album is made up of at-home performances recorded remotely by the band and tracks recorded for the virtual 2000 Trees and Five4Five Fest.
VUKOVI returned with a brand new single titled “Kill It,” the band's first release on their new label LAB Records. It follows on from “SLO,” which was released a few months ago.
Sullivan King and Kayzo joined forces for a new track titled “Domination,” alongside Papa Roach's Jacoby Shaddix. Sullivan also recently released a track featuring Ice Nine Kills' Spencer Charnas called “Venomous.”
Get Cape. Wear Cape. Fly announced he is heading out on a UK tour to play his record The Chronicles of a Bohemian Teenager in full. Celebrating its 15-year anniversary, the fall tour kicks off in Portsmouth and ends in Margate, England.
Evanescence and Within Temptation revealed that their Worlds Collide European Tour will now take place in 2022. The massive tour will now kick off in Leipzig, Germany on March 16 and end in Zurich on April 15.
Waterparks will be participating in a livestream event that is part of the “Live at the Wiltern” series, in association with Veeps and Live Nation. The digital show will be taking place on June 4 at 9PM EST.
In addition, Chase Atlantic announced they will also be participating in the aforementioned series, performing their own set on July 9 at 9PM EST. The trio released their new album Beauty in Death earlier this year via Fearless Records.
My Chemical Romance announced that all of their tour dates are being rescheduled to 2022. The new dates are listed as kicking off in New Zealand on March 12 and ending in Los Angeles on October 15.
Set It Off rescheduled their UK/EU tour, after previously rescheduling the dates to next month. The tour will now start up in Birmingham, England, on February 22 and end in Moscow on March 24.
Foo Fighters revealed that their previously scheduled dates across Europe will now be taking place in 2022. The short tour will begin in Nimes, France, on June 22 and end in Lisbon on June 19.
Fall Out Boy's Pete Wentz revealed that he has a new show on Apple Music titled Loud and Sad Radio. The show is co-hosted with Elliot Ingham and the first episode is available now.
Paramore's 2017 album After Laughter has been certified gold in the United States. With this news, every one of the band’s albums have now hit either gold or platinum certification.
Blink-182’s Mark Hoppus revealed that he has partnered up with Reverb to open up an online gear shop. All of the pieces of equipment available in the store have been used by Mark to record and tour with both his current band and +44.
Sum 41’s hit track “Fat Lip” is now certified platinum in the United Kingdom, according to the BPI. It is found on the album All Killer No Filler, which is also certified platinum.
“And So It Went,” The Pretty Reckless’ hit track featuring Rage Against the Machine’s Tom Morello, hit the No. 1 spot on Rock Radio in the United States. The track switched places with Foo Fighters' “Waiting on a War.”
Check in next Tuesday for more “Posi Talk with Sage Haley,” only at @sagehaleyofficial!
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