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Manchester Orchestra and Jimmy Eat World Cover Each Other in Honor of Upcoming Joint Tour

Manchester Orchestra Covers Jimmy Eat World’s “Table For Glasses,” and Jimmy Eat World Cover Manchester Orchestra’s “Telepath”

Jun 09, 2023

Manchester Orchestra has released a recording of Jimmy Eat World’s “Table For Glasses,” via Loma Vista as Jimmy Eat World has taken on Manchester Orchestra’s “Telepath.” Both bands will also be co-headlining North America together over the summer. More

Jun 10, 2022

Jimmy Eat World have shared a black-and-white video for their new single “Something Loud.” More

Jan 11, 2022

Jimmy Eat World and Dashboard Confessional have together announced a co-headlining U.S. tour. It kicks off in late February at the Kiva Auditorium in Albuquerque and will conclude one month later at 713 Music Hall in Houston. General ticket sales will be available starting this Friday (January 14) at 10 a.m. local time. More

Dec 14, 2021

In that bleary dream-state between second and third wave “emo,” the cultural aesthetic of darkened bedrooms and scribbled notebooks began to give way to abundances of sensualized goth-lite storefronts and cultivated Myspace personas. In the face of this grand empire’s course, however, four Average Joe’s from Mesa, AZ managed to lend their collective hand to a brief, if not memorable genre revolution. More

Jimmy Eat World Announce New 2020 North American Tour Dates

The Front Bottoms, Turnover, and Joyce Manor to Support Select Dates

Mar 09, 2020

Jimmy Eat World released a new album, Surviving, last October via Exotic Location Recordings and RCA. Now they have announced some new 2020 North American tour dates. More

Jan 29, 2020

Jimmy Eat World released a new album, Surviving, last October via Exotic Location Recordings and RCA. Now they have stopped by NPR Music to perform three songs as part of their Tiny Desk Concert series, including their classic “The Middle” and two Surviving tracks, “Love Never” and “All the Way (Stay).” More

Feb 22, 2019

Though they were one of only a few bands from the 1990s scene now referred to as “second generation’” emo to be picked up by a major label, Jimmy Eat World started out more middle of the pack than leader. It was exposure to the dynamic edge of bands such as Christie Front Drive and Sunny Day Real Estate that pulled them away from their straight-up pop punk origins. Then again, in the post-Dookie days of 1995, straight-up pop punk was surely what Capitol Records was after. If they had actually seen Clarity coming, the label might not have signed them in the first place. More

Listen: Jimmy Eat World Shares New Anti-Donald Trump Song - “My Enemy”

Part of the Anti-Trump "30 Days, 30 Songs" Project (Plus Kyle Craft Shares "Before the Wall")

Nov 04, 2016

Jimmy Eat World have shared a new song as part of the “30 Days, 30 Songs” (now expanded to 40 songs) anti-Donald Trump campaign put together by author/publisher Dave Eggers and Death Cab for Cutie manager Jordan Kurland. More

Eagles of Death Metal Share Covers by Florence and the Machine, My Morning Jacket, Savages, and more

Bands Cover "I Love You All the Time" For Victims of Paris Terror Attacks

Dec 18, 2015

Eagles of Death Metal recently asked for other bands to cover their song “I Love You All the Time,” with proceeds going to victims of the Paris terror attacks via the Sweet Stuff Foundation’s “Play It Forward” campaign. Now the band has shared covers of the song by Florence and the Machine(feat. The Maccabees), My Morning Jacket, Savages, Kings of Leon, Jimmy Eat World, Ed Harcourt, and others. More

Virgin Mobile Fest Announces Line-up

Free Festival September 25th

Jul 20, 2010

Indie shmindie. Sometimes it’s hard to argue with cooperate sponsorship. Today, Virgin Mobile announced its free festival (September 25th at Merriweather Post Pavilion) and it is a dozy. The daylong genre-hopping festival will play host to buzz bands such as Sleigh Bells and Neon Indian, scene stalwarts LCD Soundsystem and M.I.A. and legends such as Pavement and Joan Jett. We have the full lineup. More


Jimmy Eat World on “Surviving”

Thriving Over Surviving

Dec 12, 2019

“I was a passenger in my own body for 36 years and never realized it.” The opening line of Jim Adkins’ personal statement issued with Jimmy Eat World’s newest album, Surviving, reveals the personal nature of the material within. Adkins, the band’s frontman and lyricist, has been wrestling with identity and fear, expectations and pressure. More


Dec 27, 2021

At the twilight of the pandemic—when live music was a memory as distant as the time you made a wish with a lucky Denver mint—Jimmy Eat World revisited three albums from their back catalogue for an exclusive concert film series. Recorded in the cavernous Icehouse art space in downtown Phoenix, the Phoenix Sessions have now hit streaming services as a Christmas present to fans. More

Oct 20, 2010

Jimmy Eat World’s sixth album is a bit same sounding when viewed among the band’s body of work, but the band has proven to be continually willing to challenge itself, especially in its lyrical approach, while delivering the same sonic push and pull its fans expect.