Kelly Clarkson’s title track to her forthcoming album Piece by Piece was released on Spotify today. On Twitter, Clarkson called it the “most personal song on the album.” She is releasing a song each day until March 3. Preorders of the album on her website include a pre-sale code for tickets to her upcoming tour. She has not published the dates yet.
Led Zeppelin released the 40th anniversary edition of Physical Graffiti. The deluxe edition, which is streaming and available to buy, has 22 songs on 3 “discs.” It’s available on CD and vinyl, as well as digitally. The new edition was remastered and produced by Jimmy Page. The deluxe edition includes previously unreleased mixes of “Brandy & Coke,” “Sick Again,” “In My Time of Dying,” “Houses of the Holy,” “Everybody Makes It Through (In the Light),” “Boogie With Stu,” and “Driving Through Kashmir.”
Martin Garrix released the single “Forbidden Voices” on Spotify today. He goes on tour later this week in New Zealand and Australia, and he has several North American dates in March and April.
The full debut album from MisterWives, Our Own House, is out today. They are on tour in North America, and all but four dates in March and April are sold out.
Kid Rock released the album First Kiss last week. He’ll be touring this summer, with $20 tickets available.
Delta Rae released the single “Cold Day in Heaven” in anticipation of the April 7 release of their album After It All. The band will be touring North America at the end of March.
Red released their album Of Beauty and Rage last week. The band is on tour in North America through the end of March, along with Islander and Three Years Hollow.
Other full album releases this week include: Falling in Reverse’s Just Like You; Panic is Perfect’s five-song Behind Your Eyelids; Raury’s six-song Indigo Child; and badbadnotgood’s Sour Soul, with tracks featuring Danny Brown, Elzhi, Tree, and DOOM.
Other singles released this week include: “I Want You to Know” by Zedd, featuring Selena Gomez; “No Room in Frame” by Death Cab for Cutie; and “Clean” by Big Data, featuring Jamie Lidell.