The 2013 Grammy Awards keep getting better and better. The list of nominees, which was announced last month, is full of indie and alt-rock acts, and now three of those bands -- the Black Keys, fun. and Mumford and Sons -- are among the artist that have signed on to perform during the 55th annual ceremony, which will take place on Feb. 10 in Los Angeles.
The folks over at Disney are preparing for their animated film ‘Wreck-It Ralph’ to hit theaters next week by teasing audiences with a new trailer. The spot, which now appears in theater previews and television commercials, contains some new content and features a famous indie rock trio’s song in the background.
Continuing to make the most of their breakthrough success in the past year, fun. have outlined their tour plans for 2013. The group announced today via press release that their current tour will continue at least through the middle of February.
As a show of their continuous support for the gay community, fun. have launched a nonprofit organization for LGBT rights. The band has collaborated with guitarist Jack Antonoff's sister Rachel to form Ally Coalition, an organization that will "raise awareness and funds to aid in the flight for LGBT equality."
The National, fun. and Rufus Wainwright are among the acts that have signed on to perform at Freedom to Love Now!, an Oct. 30 benefit concert lined up at New York City's Beacon Theatre that will raise money for the marriage equality organization Freedom to Marry.
It's not fun to be Amish -- or, at least that's certainly what it looks like from the previews for 'Breaking Bad,' the controversial new TLC that takes a handful of members of the Amish and Mennonite community and sets them free, so to speak. The five featured members leave their cloistered religious lifestyles and face the very real possibility of being shunned by their tight-knit communities for
Some nights are better than others. For example, some nights you flip on the TV and wouldn't you know it, right there glancing back at you from the screen is none other than fun. That's what happened last night (Aug. 21) when the New York indie rockers took the stage of 'The Tonight Show with Jay Leno' and rocked out the title track and second single off their latest full-length album, 'Some Night