The indie rock band deliver a rousing cover that segues into “Everything Now” and their breakout hit from 2004, “Wake Up.”
Featuring 11 eccentrically titled tracks, ‘Tranquility Base Hotel & Casino’ will drop May 11.
“Maybe” is the latest tune from the seminal band that harkens back to the golden age of emo.
The goth rock outfit have released “Fire Escape” and “Water Drop,” originally only available in the Japanese edition of ‘V.’
Shoegaze and dream pop come together in the band’s new tune, which finds a perfect partner in a moody, black-and-white clip.
The gentle, pared-down set sees the indie rock great belt out acoustic ballads by his two bands, the Jicks and Pavement.
“Crossing a Line” is a pop, rock and electronic hybrid that will appear on Shinoda’s forthcoming solo album.
“Sorry for Your Loss” is a folksy, melancholic ballad written in memory of the late Mark Linkous.
And in true, OC hardcore style, the new, raucous track clocks in at under two minutes.
The performance pays tribute to the late Audioslave and Soundgarden frontman, Chris Cornell.