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FILTER’s Top 5 Stories of The Week Featuring Thom Yorke + More (In Case You Missed It)

By Staff; Photo by Michael Muller on March 23, 2013


FILTER’s Top 5 Stories of The Week Featuring Thom Yorke + More (In Case You Missed It)


Sometimes you just can't bring yourself to read every single thing that goes up on the internet. Who has time to go through all of those cat gifs and youtube comments besides us? Don't worry, we get it, and we want to help!


Here for your weekend round-up reading pleasure are the top stories that FILTER had to offer this past week in a delicious bite-size format. Dig in!


1. THOM YORKE DETONATES ATOMS FOR PEACE: Didn't pick up FILTER 51 on newsstands? This week, we posted the cover story featuring Thom Yorke and Atoms For Peace for your reading pleasure. After you're done, go pick up FILTER 51 now!


2. BEST COAST ANNOUNCE RECORD STORE DAY 7": The busy duo have just announced their US tour this Spring, as well as announcing a brand new 7" to be released on Record Store Day! Their "Fear Of My Identity" 7-inch will be available exclusively through participating record stores on April 20th.







3. THE NATIONAL ANNOUNCE SIXTH LP: Brooklyn-based indie rockers The National announced that their sixth studio album, Trouble Will Find Me, is due out on May 21. Trouble Will Find Me is the highly anticipated follow-up to 2010’s critically acclaimed High Violet.







4. PEACE ANNOUNCE FIRST EVER NORTH AMERICAN TOUR: Peace, the new boys from Birmingham, are causing a stir on the indie rock scene following their stellar run at this month’s SXSW. The foursome, who’s debut LP, In Love, drops on March 25th, have announced their first ever North American tour, sailing across the pond to gift us with their exciting Britpop anthems.







5. R.I.P. JASON MOLINA: Indianapolis-based alt-country singer-songwriter, Jason Molina, passed away in his home this Saturday, March 16th, at the age of 39. Since the mid-'90s, Molina was renowned for crafting powerful and poignant folk songs under Songs: Ohia, and years later, fans also praised his classic rock outfit, Magnolia Electric Co.