Fans of the “Guys My Age” girl-band Hey Violet are celebrating the release of the group’s brand new lyric video for their newest single ‘Queen Of The Night’.
Foreshadowing the release of the track’s official music video, which is set to drop in the coming weeks, the lyric video definitely adds a little pop to the catchy record, which is the third of four new tracks that the band is set to release throughout the summer. ‘Queen Of The Night’ joined ‘Better By Myself’ and ‘Close My Eyes’, which were released in the months before.
Speaking on the track, Hey Violet shared that “this song is so special to us… the different stories and perspectives that have emerged from it… the feeling of nostalgia and new beginnings. this song hit us in a different way. since the very beginning, we’ve believed that being honest is the most important lesson you can learn. life is a process and nothing can truly be perfected in a day. but maybe today, we’ll start being a little more honest with ourselves. do whatever it takes to be the best version of yourself because there is no love like the love you feel when you finally realize the wonder you’re capable of. when you look in the mirror and finally tell yourself that you are better today than you were yesterday. to all of our queens n kings of the night. we love you.”
Watch Hey Violet’s lyric video for ‘Queen Of The Night’ below.
Hey Violet is back! After enjoying Top 40 success with their emerging single ‘Guys My Age’, from their 2017 debut album, Hey Violet has released their brand new single ‘Close My Eyes’.
Discussing the new single, lead singer Rena Lovelis describes the song as:
…the idea of still wanting to be with an ex who has already moved on. There’s definitely a level of denial that goes into being in that sort of headspace because you’re basically rejecting the present reality and not allowing yourself to move forward. The song sounds very calm and chill but in the lyrical content there’s an air of tension because of that refusal to accept things as they are.
To supplement their new track, Hey Violet will also hit the road in the next few weeks, with stops in New York, San Francisco, Washington DC and Los Angeles.
Listen to Hey Violet’s new track ‘Close My Eyes’ below.
For the first Saturday of Summerfest’s 50th Anniversary, fans saw some huge performances across all the festival’s stages. The day was dominated by some of the best performers in pop music today, including the lovely and talented Bebe Rexha, Jack Antonoff’s Bleachers, the fun ‘Guys My Age’ band Hey Violet, Calum Scott and more.
Check out our Summerfest Day 4 photos below of Bleachers, Bebe Rexha, Calum Scott, Hey Violet and more!
Los Angeles pop punk band, Hey Violet, treated fans to a brand new track today, ahead of the release of their forthcoming debut album From The Outside, currently slated for a June 16th release via Hi or Hey and Capitol Records.
Titled ‘O.D.D.’, the new track gives a different sound to the album when compared to Hey Violet’s singles ‘Guys My Age’ and ‘Break My Heart’, with a much more mellow vibe. Speaking on their forthcoming project, Hey Violet frontwoman Rena Lovelis told fans, “We have been writing and performing music together for over two years now and this album represents us finding our true sound as a band, now we’re ready for everyone to hear it.” And if you like everything that Rena Lovelis and company have released to date, be sure to do yourself a favor and pre-order the new LP now.
Ahead of its 50th Anniversary of providing great music to the city of Milwaukee, Summerfest has shared the headliners for it’s U.S. Cellular Connection stage. With some amazing names in music performing at the stage in past years, with emerging and established performers alike, 2017 will be no exception.
Performing at the U.S. Cellular Connection stage this year will be some of our favorite artists in pop, including Bebe Rexha, Gnash and Hey Violet, as well as a number of great performers across many different genres, including Michelle Branch, Frankie Ballard, Hanson and more.
Check out the U.S. Cellular Connection Summerfest headliners below, and fans can check out Summerfest’s full lineup of headliners here.
Alt-pop’s Hey Violet is set to release their debut album this summer. Titled From The Outside, the forthcoming LP will be released on June 16th via “Hi or Hey Records/Capitol/Caroline”. The ‘Guys My Age’ band is also rewarding fans who pre-order the album, by giving fans four instant downloads, for ‘Brand New Moves’, ‘Fuqboi’, ‘Guys My Age’ and their current single ‘Break My Heart’ with all pre-orders.
Also, fans who purchase the album at Target will received three additional bonus tracks. But if you’d rather purchase the album from Urban Outfitters, you can pick up the limited edition vinyl of From The Outside. From The Outside was produced by Julian Bunetta and Hey Violet co-wrote all songs on the album.
Watch Hey Violet’s new music video for ‘Break My Heart’ below and pre-order Hey Violet’s debut album now.
Summerfest went all out for its huge 50th Anniversary! After the Milwaukee festival announced the release of its lineup last night on Jimmy Kimmel Live!, fans were instantly relieved to see that Summerfest nailed it! Joining its previously announced American Family Insurance Amphitheater headliners, the ground stage headliners which were shared last night also show why Summerfest is a can’t miss festival this year.
This year Summerfest will take place from June 28 – July 2 and July 4 – July 9 at the Summerfest Grounds in Milwaukee, WI, and fans can check here for ticket information. Ticket prices start at just $13 and $90 right now for an 11-day pass, with various promotions that run all festival long. Summerfest is one of the most unique music festivals that the country has to offer, so don’t miss out!
It wasn’t easy to decide who we are most excited to see at Summerfest this year, but definitely hit the jump to check out our 25 most anticipated acts of Summerfest 2017. And be sure to check out Summerfest.com for more information!
Moments ago, Los Angeles pop-punk band Hey Violet performed for a sold-out crowd at Chicago’s Subterranean. Currently on their first headlining tour in North America, after touring the country last summer with 5 Seconds of Summer, the emerging artists have been enjoying the success of their breakout single ‘Guys My Age’, while taking their music on the road before Ren Lovelis and company bless fans with their debut release.
Getting things started for the night was singer Jessarae, performing for a Windy City audience for the first time in his young career. The LA native opened with his track ‘Stand In The Rain’, and he was instantly met with screams throughout the crowd, from his new fans who quickly lusted after his voice, bleach-blonde hair and his Ed Sheeran-esk talents on the loop pedal. Jessarae delivered a half-hour set, which includes his songs ‘No Warning’, his new track ‘Don’t Honey Me’ and a cover of Drake’s ‘One Dance’. Jessarae certainly made friends with his audience, taking time to greet the crowd, give backstory to his songs and he even stopped his performance to sing Happy Birthday to two fans celebrating their 16th and 20th birthdays. Needless to say tonight will likely not be Jessarae’s last performance in Chicago.
Soon after Jessarae stepped off stage, the crowd began to cheer as Hey Violet descended from the Subterranean’s notorious spiral staircase. As Rena, Miranda, Casey, Nia and Iain took their positions, fans raised their hands to the sky, making a sea of sharpie X’s throughout the all ages crowd. Hey Violet opened with their 2016 track ‘Brand New Moves’, and although the SubT is certainly not Chicago’s largest venue, Hey Violet sold-out the intimate club with their biggest fans, who could recite the lyrics throughout the band’s entire set.
Following up with performances of ‘Pure’, a brand new track ‘Consequence’ and ‘I’m Holy’, Ren took time to give a special introduction to the band’s track ‘Odd (O.D.D.)’. Lovelis told fans that the track is one of the band’s most important songs and that everyone should learn to embrace their differences, a message that ‘Odd’ captures. Throughout the night Hey Violet performed a collection of their songs, which are all relatively new, since the band is still on the verge of their debut album, which has yet to be announced.
Hey Violet also paid homage to Chicago by taking notice of its great food. While previously mentioning that she had never had a bad time in Chicago, Lovelis corrected herself by saying she once has a bad time in Chicago because she ate so much great food that she “food coma-ed out”, which the rest of the band added really isn’t a bad time at all. Throughout the night Lovelis was more than personable while interacting with her audience.
The highlight of the night though came towards the end of Hey Violet’s set. After a cover performance of Katy Perry’s new single ‘Chained To The Rhythm”, Hey Violet performed their huge breakout single, ‘Guys My Age’, a track which still is getting a ton of play on the radio with no signs of slowing down. Soon followed by a performance of a fan favorite, ‘fuqboi’, Hey Violet closed the show on a high note and left the crowd wanting more in the best way possible. Although the band’s roughly 45-minute set made the night go by quick, no one left the Sub-T without their money’s worth, and when Hey Violet returns with a new album or EP to perform, you can surely expect tonight’s crowd to return as well.
Check out our photos from tonight’s performance below, and be sure to catch one of the remaining dates on Hey Violet’s North American tour here.
With several artists to still be announced, the iHeartRadio Music Festival has announced its initial performers for the festival’s Daytime Village, presented by Capital One. Warming up fans for the main event, the Daytime Village will feature live performances from popular and emerging artists across many different genres, until the main stage performers are ready to hit the stage at Las Vegas’ T-Mobile Arena on September 22nd and 23rd.
Of the initial round of artists announced for the Daytime Village are All Time Low, Kelsea Ballerini, French Montana, Flume, Noah Cyrus, Hey Violet and Judah & The Lion. Tickets for the Daytime Village are on sale now, and start at $39 plus taxes and fees. Fans can visit the Daytime Village’s official website for tickets and more information.
And be sure to stay tuned, as iHeartRadio has still yet to announce its iHeartRadio Music Festival lineup.
Alt-pop band, Hey Violet, announced their big upcoming North American tour today. Kicking off this March, this marks the ‘Guys My Age’ band’s first headlining North American tour, and we couldn’t be more excited! With dates at the Subterranean in Chicago, New York’s Gramercy Theatre and more, the L.A. based band will make a number of stops throughout the U.S. until the tour concludes on March 23rd.
Tickets for the tour will go on sale this Friday, January 20th, via the band’s official website. And a big tour isn’t the only thing going on for Hey Violet, as their current single, ‘Guys My Age’, has gained more than 11 million streams across various digital platforms, and it’s steadily building momentum across the airwaves.