New Music Friday: Radiohead, Fall Out Boy, Imagine Dragons, & 311

June 23, 2017
Thom Yorke of Radiohead, Imagine Dragons, and Fall Out Boy

USA Today

The weekend’s here, and so is some sweet new music. We’ve got a few albums from Radiohead, Imagine Dragons, and 311, plus a new jam from Fall Out Boy. Check ‘em out below!

 

Radiohead: OKNOTOK

Radiohead’s adored 1997 album, OK Computer, is back with today’s reissue, OKNOTOK, and with it comes three previously unreleased tracks: “Man of War,” “I Promise,” and “Lift.” Listen to the latter below!

Twenty years later, and the album still slays. You can grab it here

 

Fall Out Boy: “Champion”

Fall Out Boy released another new song, “Champion.”

The track follows the electronic-infused “Young and Menace,” and both will be featured on the upcoming album, M A N I A, which drops September 15. The band embarks on a fall tour the following day.

 

Imagine Dragons: Evolve

Imagine Dragons just released their 11-track album, Evolve, today (June 23).



The album follows 2015's release, Smoke + Mirrors. We've already heard "Believer" and "Thunder" from today's release, as they were dropped as singles earlier this year. "Believer" has quickly become a smash hit song for the band. Plus, another single, "Whatever it Takes," was just released in May. 

The band will head on a nationwide tour this fall in support of the album. 

 

311: Mosaic

In true 311 fashion, the band released another rock-reggae mashup in the form of today’s album release, Mosaic. You can find out a little more about the lead single, “Too Much to Think,” via this personal message from frontman Nick Hexum.  

311 is currently on their 2017 Unity Tour in support of their 12th album.