Wednesday Music News

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Janice Headley
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  • UK band Glass Animals thrilled us with their Morning Show session last week from The Cutting Room Studios in New York, and today they thrill us with a new music video for the track "Pools." Their debut album, ZABA, comes out June 9th on Harvest Records. [Under the Radar]

  • Earlier today on The Midday Show, DJ Cheryl Waters presented the world premiere of this new track from UK band Jungle! If you missed its debut, you can stream the track below. Their debut self-titled album hits stores June 15th on XL Recordings. [Stereogum]

  • Hometown boys Pearl Jam have announced some US tour dates today — no Seattle show... yet. 'Cause you know they gotta come back sometime! [Consequence of Sound]

  • Is this a conflict of interest? Last night, The Roots were the musical guest on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, the very show where they serve as house band, so at least they didn't have to travel far. Watch them perform the track "Never," off their brand-new release …And Then You Shoot Your Cousin. [Under the Radar]

  • In other late night TV news, last night J Mascis shared that he'll have a new solo album out soon, titled Tied to a Star. Watch his announce on Late Night with Seth Meyers below, and tune in all week to watch J sit in with the house band. [Under the Radar]

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