Beach Boys Release Japan Benefit Single
The Beach Boys are set to release a new single tomorrow to benefit the Red Cross's relief efforts in Japan. The A-side will be a new version of "Don't Fight the Sea," a song originally recorded for founding member Al Jardine's 2010 album A Postcard From California, featuring Jardine, Brian Wilson, Mike Love and Bruce Johnston. The B-side is an a capella mix of the 1968 Beach Boys track "Friends." The first 1,000 copies of the single, which will be released tomorrow, will be pressed on white vinyl. [NME]
Arcade Fire Plan Deluxe Edition of 'The Suburbs'
According to BBC Radio 1 DJ Zane Lowe, the Arcade Fire will be releasing a deluxe edition of their third album The Suburbs on June 27th. This expanded version of the record will include two unreleased songs titled "Speaking in Tongues" and "Culture War," as well as DVD of Spike Jonze's short film Scenes From the Suburbs. [Pitchfork]
Blink-182 Postpone European Tour
Blink-182 have set aside plans to