Chvrches recently stopped by the BBC Radio 1 Lounge, and performed a cool, deconstructed version of the Calvin Harris and Rihanna hit “This What You Came For.” It’s definitely a different take on the song, with Chvrches adding their own indie pop sensibilities to the massive summer jam. Discuss

Paul Meany, the frontman of Mutemath (who also goes by the artist name mellowmatics) has released his own remix of 21 Pilots’ hit single “Stressed Out.”

And, even if you don’t like the original radio version of the song from 21 Pilots, the mellowmatics version is an honest reinvention of the song with the crazy audio textures Mutemath is known for.

You can check out the song on SoundCloud, or, just go ahead and download it: It’s available in exchange for a donation to organizations benefitting Louisiana Flood victims.


Worship outfit Hillsong United has released a new video performance of their song “Oceans,” filmed on a boat on the Sea of Galilee—the actual body of water referenced in the Bible story the song is based on. The song features the lyrics “You call me out upon the waters / The great unknown where feet may fail / And there I find You in the mystery / In oceans deep / My faith will stand,” referencing the New Testament story of Jesus walking on water, and calling Peter to use his faith to do the same.

The video is from their new visual project Of Dirt and Grace, which features a collection of live performances from the Holy Land. Discuss

Ready for a trip back to the earl aughts emo glory days? Jimmy Eat World has released their first single in nearly three years, an angry, rock-out effort call "Get Right." You can check out the lyric video below.

The band also revealed that a new album—their first since 2013’s Damages—is in the works, and will drop on Oct. 21. Somewhere, Taylor Swift is very excited. Discuss

This week, Colony House joins us to talk about their upcoming album “Only the Lonely.” Also, author and pastor Rick Warren discusses how Christians can navigate these politically polarizing times. Cameron and Eddie recap their epic visit to an auction at Orlando’s “Holy Land Experience” theme park, we discuss the legacy of DJ Official, break down the latest update from Making a Murderer, find out why the Pope is throwing pizza parties and much more! Read More

Yes, we're all bored by metal recreations of classical music (the Tran-Siberian Orchestra was great in 1998, though). But this electric guitar arrangement of Beethoven's "Moonlight Sonata" is worth your attention because of the 17-year-old playing it—French YouTube sensation Tina S. Your Thursday will thank us.