Yesterday, Gym Class Heroes along side AbsoulutePunk.net, released their new song "Stereo Hearts (ft. Adam Levine of Maroon 5)" that will debut on their new album Papercut Chronicles 2, which will release this fall.
Listen to the song HERE
Gym Class Heroes will also be headlining the Vans Warped Tour all summer this year. Check for a date near you!
Friday, June 10, 2011
To the disappointment of many fans yesterday, the Robin Hood Foundation anti-poverty foundation, featuring hit acts of Taylor Swift, Black Eyed Peas and a list of others including: Debbie Harry, LL Cool J and Natasha Bedingfield, was forced to be postponed Thursday.
Approximately 60,000 fans showed up at Central Park’s Great Lawn in New York City to witness this benefit show, but due to a series of long delays and waiting, the promoters finally had to yank the plug on the show as heavier rain, thunder, and lightning rolled into the area, making for unplayable conditions, says the official Billboard.com reports of the show.
According to MTV.com, a representative from the Robin Hood Foundation has made a statement that they do not have a new date planned out yet for the benefit show.
"The heat wasn't going to stop them, the rain wasn't going to stop them, but the lightning — it stopped them. It came down to safety for everyone. Organizers are hoping to reschedule, so ticket buyers should hold onto their tickets. Robinhood.org will have information in the next week or so," said the rep when asked about a future show date.
No fan was more disappointed about the cancellation then was Taylor Swift. The singer/songwriter tweeted yesterday, after apologizing about the cancellation, “"I was like 'I get to sing with Fergie in NYC?!' and then there was rain and lightning and they're like 'it's cancelled' and I was like [sad emoticon]."
The Black Eyed Peas took to twitter as well to apologize. The group was able to perform an intimate show backstage for some fans, but still didn’t stop all of the group members feeling horrible about the situation.
"We are devastated and Fergie told me to tweet this she loves u all ... I hope that the concert will be rescheduled ASAP, our pea-ple deserve it, my pea-ple from chase and robinhood deserve this NYC we love u," said Taboo of Black Eyed Peas.
It appears even Mother Nature cannot take a break for a charity concert and hopefully she will be more agreeable upon the reschedule of the show.