The Revivalists Perform “All My Friends” For ‘The Late Show With Stephen Colbert’ [Watch]

first_imgLast night, The Revivalists stopped by The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, serving as the night’s musical guest. Led by frontman David Shaw, The Revivalists worked through a take on their recently released “All My Friends”, one of two tracks that the band has premiered leading up to their forthcoming album release.After much speculation, last month The Revivalists finally announced their brand-new and long-awaited studio album, which is titled Take Good Care and due out on November 9th via Loma Vista Recordings. The New Orleans-based band first broke the news to fans during the group’s sold-out show at the iconic Red Rocks Amphitheatre last month, who had been eagerly awaiting a follow-up to 2015’s Men Amongst Mountains.Watch The Revivalists’ performance of “All My Friends” on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert below:The Revivalists – “All My Friends” – 10/18/2018[Video: The Late Show with Stephen Colbert]The Revivalists’ upcoming 14-track LP is currently available for pre-order, in addition to instant downloads of hit single “All My Friends” and fan-favorite live staple “You And I” off the forthcoming Take Good Care. For more information about Take Good Care or for ticketing, head to the band’s website here.Take Good Care Tracklist:1. Otherside2. All My Friends3. Change4. Got Love5. Next To You6. You Said It All7. Oh No8. You and I9. Hate To Love You10. Future11. When I’m With You12. Celebration13. Some People Say14. Shoot You DownView All Trackslast_img read more

easyJet makes further capacity cuts as Covid-19 restrictions hit Europe | News

first_imgOlderMiami Beach leads 2020 North America World Travel Awards winners “We remain focused on cash generative flying over the winter season in order to minimise losses during the first half and retain the flexibility to ramp capacity back up quickly when we see demand return,” explained a statement to markets.At the same time, easyJet confirmed the sale and leaseback of a further eleven aircraft with two counterparties. The transactions generate total cash proceeds of approximately £130 million.- Advertisement – On completion of these further sale and leaseback transactions, easyJet now retains 141 fully owned and unencumbered aircraft, representing approximately 41 per cent of the fleet.Today’s sales following deals for nine aircraft last month. – Advertisement –center_img Ten A320 family aircraft were sold to ACS Aero 2 Beta.The cash sales proceeds were approximately £96 million, and the aircraft will be leased back for an average term of 58 months, creating lease obligations of approximately £67 million.easyJet also sold one A320 family aircraft to JLPS Holding Ireland for cash proceeds of approximately £35 million.- Advertisement – Low-cost carrier easyJet has said it now expects to fly no more than 20 per cent of planned capacity over the next three months. The decision follows from France, Germany and the UK in recent day to reintroduce stricter measures to tackle growing numbers of cases of Covid-19. – Advertisement –last_img read more

Guardiola eyes ‘incredible’ season end despite Premier League failure

first_imgPep Guardiola says Manchester City have “incredible things ahead” as he focuses on a trophy treble despite surrendering their Premier League crown to Liverpool. Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola Guardiola’s side will perform a guard of honour to their major rivals of recent seasons on Thursday after Liverpool ended City’s two-year reign as English champions last week. A 23-point gap at the top of the table allowed Jurgen Klopp’s men to win the title with a record seven games remaining and Liverpool are on course to smash more Premier League records set by City two seasons ago. However, City could yet have one of their most successful ever seasons. Guardiola’s men have already retained the League Cup, are through to the semi-finals of the FA Cup and have a 2-1 lead from the first leg of their Champions League last 16 tie against Real Madrid. “We lost the Premier League with seven games left and more than 20 points,” said Guardiola in a pre-match videoconference. “The challenge this season was to try to win the Premier League again but what happened, happened because we were not as consistent as in previous seasons. “Even doing really, really well, with the numbers Liverpool have done it was almost impossible. When that happened, all we can do is accept it. You can never win all the time, do well all the time.” Guardiola hailed Klopp’s Liverpool as the toughest opponent he has faced even as City edged a titanic tussle for the title last season by a single point. But he pointed to winning the Champions League for a third time in his coaching career rather than dethroning Liverpool next season as his biggest challenge. “I had many, many challenges in my career as a manager,” added Guardiola. “This is one more. All the people say I’m a big failure because I didn’t win the Champions League in Munich or here.” – ‘Exceptional’ players – Despite the disappointment of losing their crown, the Guardiola praised his “exceptional players” for their efforts during this season, saying: “We have incredible things ahead.” As it stands City will be banned from European football for the next two seasons. The verdict of their appeal to the Court of Arbitration for Sport will be known later this month, but Guardiola is keen to secure qualification for next season’s Champions League on the field as soon as possible. “The Premier League is over but we play every game first to qualify for the Champions League,” he said. “Still we are not there. “Now is about preparing ourselves for the next season and the best way is to prepare for these games against Arsenal (in the FA Cup) and Real Madrid. “I think all the games we have in the Premier League are an incredible opportunity to arrive in these two games in the best condition possible.” Guardiola admitted that the departure of David Silva a year after the loss of Vincent Kompany, combined with the ageing of other senior players such as Sergio Aguero and Fernandinho, would inevitably mean a rebuild at the club. Guardiola Read Also: West Ham stun Chelsea, Aubameyang fires Arsenal revival “It’s not like a disastrous thing or a bad thing,” he said. “It’s a normal situation.” “It’s happened at the clubs around the world,” he added. “It can never be eternal. We have to accept it and try to take the right decisions as a club to maintain the level that we have.” FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Loading… center_img Promoted Content7 Universities In The World With The Highest Market ValuePlaying Games For Hours Can Do This To Your Body7 Things That Actually Ruin Your PhoneWhich Country Is The Most Romantic In The World?You’ve Only Seen Such Colorful Hairdos In A Handful Of Anime9 Facts You Should Know Before Getting A TattooThe 18 Most Visited Cities In The World6 Ridiculous Health Myths That Are Actually TrueDid You Notice How Natural Simba’s Movements Looked In The Movie?8 Things To Expect If An Asteroid Hits Our Planet7 Ways To Understand Your Girlfriend BetterCan Playing Too Many Video Games Hurt Your Body?last_img read more