Karen O revealed the news at the Rock N' Roll Hall Of Fame ceremony over the weekend.
Monday, 20th April 2015
Friday, 5th September 2014
Day Go By is taken from her début solo album Crush Songs.
Monday, 28th July 2014
The track is called Rapt and comes off her debut solo album.
Thursday, 26th June 2014
The Yeah Yeah Yeahs singer will issue Crush Songs in September.
Wednesday, 18th December 2013
The longlist has been released for Best Original Song - with Jay Z's The Great Gatsby soundtrack getting multiple nods.
Wednesday, 10th April 2013
The Yeah Yeah Yeahs guitarist has told XFM it is a struggle to stay fresh when you are more than ten years in.
Friday, 5th April 2013
LISTEN: After their listening party the other night, you can now stream Mosquito online.
Wednesday, 20th March 2013
The Maccabees, Alt-J and Yeah Yeah Yeahs are also to play this year's festival.
Tuesday, 26th February 2013
The band have unleashed track Sacrilege from their upcoming new album Mosquito.
Monday, 18th February 2013
Stereophonics and Tom Odell are also on the bumper line up announcement.
Thursday, 14th February 2013
The band have put online another taster of upcoming record Mosquito - watch it here.
Monday, 28th January 2013
The band will play three shows over here in May.
Monday, 14th January 2013
The band have revealed their new record will be out in April... and released a teaser.
Tuesday, 21st August 2012
The Yeah Yeah Yeahs frontwoman's written a track for upcoming the Tim Burton animation
Paul Smith On Solo Album: "These Are More Personal Songs"
The Maxïmo Park frontman says his new solo album gives him a chance to open his heart a little bit more, admitting to XFM that he's a "hopeless romantic".
The Maccabees: "Jamie T's Music Has Always Meant Something To People"
The band also spoke about when Jamie performed with them at Glastonbury Festival and their new album Marks To Prove It.
Damon Albarn Carried Off Stage By Security After Five Hour Set
The Blur frontman was performing at Roskilde Festival in Denmark.
NME To Go Free From September
The iconic music magazine, which has been around since the 1950s, is going free in a bid to boost its circulation.