What One Republic’s Work From Home Looks Like

One Republic has taken work from home to a different level by performing their new soaring single ‘Didn’t I’ on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon: At Home Edition, this week.

This is their latest single from their upcoming, fifth album ‘Human’ and in the stripped version of this song, we see, frontman, Ryan Tedder, along with his bandmates, one on a cello and the other on electric guitar.

‘Didn’t I’ is followed by the singles, ‘ Rescue Me’ and ‘Wanted’, the album is set to release on May 8th via Interscope Records, so keep an eye out!

Lizzo’s Gesture of Gratitude

Who doesn’t love a generous meal? Especially now, when the world is fighting a pandemic. Lizzo, the Grammy Award winner from Detroit, made sure to treat several emergency staff to lunch in their appreciation on National Doctor’s Day! That is just something.

Not only was Lizzo being kind by making sure their stomachs  were full but she also took to social media to thank these heroes at the frontlines, with a sweet message,  “It’s definitely not easy and you guys are putting yourselves on the frontlines, so because of that I wanted to treat y’all to a meal and I really hope that you guys enjoy the food.”

The hospital members at Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit and ER personnel in Minnesota and The Henry ford News took to Twitter with a hashtag #HealthcareHeroes and showed their appreciation for this gesture by tweeting their love for Lizzo.

Also, after ensuring a safe handover of the food, Lizzo confirmed that her team had put in an enormous amount of effort to safely deliver these meals, and that now, all of them would be doing nothing but staying indoors and praying for the one’s on the field.

The singer also shared a montage video of the medical staff at work in the hospitals and encouraged her fans to donate to the World Health Organisation’s Covid-19 Solidarity Response Fund.  

This was an incredibly heartwarming gesture and Lizzo, in her own right, is very much a hero too!

1975 With a Conditional Delay , with Their New Album

The British alt-rock band ,The 1975 announced their decision to postpone the release of their upcoming album “Notes On A Conditional Form”. The band did not release a reason behind this but many speculate that it may be due to the ongoing Coronavirus crisis. They simply posted a new date , May 22nd and link to pre order on their respective social media accounts.

The announcement also included an artwork and the anticipated 22 song track list! The album has undergone several name changes including “Drive like you do” and “Music for cars”! Thank heavens they stuck with “Notes On A Conditional Form”.

The first song from the album , titled “The 1975”  , released in July 2019 featured environmental activist Greta Thunbergs voice! The song went viral for the same reason and crowds praised the band for the track. Following this the album was set to be released on February 21st 2020. 

However this January they announced that the album would be released after April 24th and a new album cover was revealed, only to be reverted back to the original album cover a few days later. With the announcement of the new May 22nd release date, the band appears to have once again changed the album cover.

They have followed suit of many other artists like Lady Gaga , Sam Smith and more who have chosen to delay the release of their work due to the sensitive times. However, a small number of artists like Dua Lipa, Madison Beer and a few others  have been releasing and debuting their latest work on streaming concerts , giving fans something to look forward to.

 The 1975, however has announced that they will be releasing their ninth song from the album called “”Jesus Christ 2005 God Bless America”! We can’t wait for this , there’s always something to look forward to in these times thanks to all the artists out there!