2021, here we come!
2020 may not be happening, but 2021 sure is!
Back in 2001 Jimmy Eat World released an album that would not only take the scene but the mainstream by storm. We look back on its successes and how it continues to be as important today as it has ever been.
Ambitious. Crossover. Event.
This will be a LOVELY FESTIVE TIME.
It's left-field. You need to see it for yourself.
Jim and Tom guide us through their tenth record.
The band's tenth album is out later this week.
Jim Adkins On The New Jimmy Eat World Album: “I Feel Like There Is A Lot Of Hope Within This Record”
"When you realise that facing reality isn’t as scary as you make it out to be in your head, and that moving forward in a way which is your choice rather than just as a reaction is actually possible." - Jim Adkins.
It's one of the biggest albums in modern history - but don't just take our word for it.
Jimmy Eat World made the massive trek to London over the weekend to perform with You Me At Six at Gunnersville Festival - Jenny McCord was on hand to capture all of the action, and even make frontman Jim Adkins sit in a shrub.
From Panic! and BMTH to The Offspring and Weezer, plus everything in between.
The EDM star's 'Neon Future III' is out on November 9th.
Whether you need to wallow in it, push through it, or get angry- there's a song for that.
The rules are simple - 30 questions, pick 7, answer them. Easy right? Jim reveals the worst piece of advice he's ever had, the last video he watched on his phone and whether or not he's ever been arrested.
Into their 'Bleed American' and 'Futures'-era sound? You'll wanna hear these.
This prize is worth £340!
The emo legends are back.