U2 have announced that they'll release Films of Innocence, featuring 11 music videos to go along with the 11 songs featured on their latest album, Songs of Innocence. "Taking the political murals of Northern Ireland as a reference point, U2 pioneered the project to celebrate the unique democratic power of urban art.
Smashing Pumpkins will take Killers' bassist Mark Stoermer on tour with them behind their latest release, Monuments to an Elegy. They'll also be joined by Rage Against The Machine and Audioslave drummer Brad Wilk. "We're absolutely thrilled and humbled to have Brad and Mark helping us out with these shows," announced frontman Billy Corgan.
The Foo Fighters have announced a major tour in support of their recently released eighth studio album, Sonic Highways. The trek begins July 4 at Washington, DC's RFK Stadium and rolls through the fall when it wraps October 7 at Memphis's FedEX Forum. The schedule currently includes 29 shows in 28 cities with a two night stand in Boston scheduled for July 18-19.
Beck and Sia teamed up on "Moonquake Lake," a cut from the original motion picture soundtrack to Annie. According to TIME magazine, the OST is geared toward kids rather than adults. "In a melody fitting for a little heroine, it tells the fantastical tale of a fish-like girl who came from the moon, 'ready to fight'."