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2020-01-17 | Bad Omens release Duran Duran cover

Richmond’s Bad Omens have officially dropped the deluxe edition of their 2019 album Finding God Before God Finds Me, which includes previously released new song “Never Know.” To celebrate the effort’s unleashing, Bad Omens have just shared another new track, their cover of the Duran Duran song “Come Undone.” Info: nextmosh.com.

2020-01-13 | GQ: James Bond theme songs ranked

As we patiently wait to find out who’s been enlisted to provide the theme song for No Time To Die, we take a look back at all of the Bond songs and decide which are the best of the bunch, once and for all. Here are all the 007 songs so far, ranked from worst to best... and No.4 is "A View To A Kill" by Duran Duran ... One of the few Bond themes that can start a disco; the ridiculous camp swagger of Duran Duran was a perfect fit for the final appearance of Roger Moore. “Dance into the fire” might be terrible advice, but here it sounds intoxicating. Info: gq-magazine.co.uk.

2020-01-10 | Jelling Musikfestival 2020

British music icons Duran Duran to headline Jelling Musikfestival 30th May 2020
In their only Danish performance in 2020, global hit-makers Duran Duran will return to Scandinavia to headline the iconic Jelling Musikfestival. On Saturday, the 30th of May, singer Simon Le Bon, bassist John Taylor, keyboardist Nick Rhodes and drummer Roger Taylor will perform on the main stage in front of an audience of 35,000 people. ”I’m extremely pleased that Duran Duran will play in Jelling this year. They have an amazing catalogue of songs and are one of most significant bands to come out of the UK in the last 40 years. Now playing better than ever, this will be their only show in Denmark in 2020,” says Lars ‘Charlie’ Mortensen from Jelling Musikfestival. More infos and tickets on jellingmusikfestival.dk.

2020-01-03 | There’s Something You Should Know (Review)

“Good songs. That was what it was about,” keyboardist Nick Rhodes says at the beginning of the 2018 documentary Duran Duran: There’s Something You Should Know. Given the staying power of the group’s biggest hits, it’s hard to argue with him. Produced by the BBC and currently streaming on Showtime, the film runs through the band’s career highlights in a scant 58 minutes, though I’m not sure lengthening its running time would make a difference either way.
“What did I want to be when I grew up? I wanted to be adored,” perpetually handsome lead singer Simon LeBon tells us at the outset. He’s racing around some English city – Birmingham, I think – in a vintage sports car, an age-appropriate echo of the globe trotting jet setters the band made themselves out to be. If you hated Duran Duran as a kid because they were good looking guys who got all the girls, I’ve got bad news for you; they’re still pretty good looking guys now that they’re pushing 60. Likable and talented, too. Maybe their image wasn’t so much construction as projection, a manifestation of the men they would become. Chalk it up to the power of positive thinking or just hard work plus dumb luck... full review on decider.com.

2020-01-01 | Happy New Year

Happy New Year
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