The Killers’ Dave Keuning Drops New Solo Single

The KillersDave Keuning has debuted his new single “Boat Accident” and its animated video, featuring the guitarist as a paper cut out.

“Boat Accident” is a song from the band founder’s upcoming album, Prismism, which is scheduled to drop on January 25.

This is the second song that he has shared from the album, after its lead single “Restless Legs.”

In Keuning’s own words, “‘Boat Accident’ was started from an old voice memo I recorded years ago. The original idea by itself seemed like it was a throw away guitar part but something about it felt good too, so I started working on it and making a demo and now it is one of my favorites off the album even though it was almost thrown away.”

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CBS Plans to Replace ‘Big Bang Theory’ With ‘Young Sheldon’

Much has changed at CBS Corp. in recent months, but one thing will not: its focus on producing video content.

Speaking at an investor conference Tuesday, CBS Corp. Chief Creative Officer David Nevins – who was named to the role in October after running Showtime for several years – articulated a strategy that is much like that the company followed before its former CEO, Leslie Moonves, was ousted in the wake of allegations of sexual harassment. Moonves has denied many of the claims.

Nevins has been charged with overseeing content development not only for the company’s flagship broadcast network, CBS and Showtime, but also CBS All Access, the subscription video-on-demand outlet. He said he wanted each venue to have its own identity. “My job is not to sort of homogenize,” he said to attendees of UBS annual conference for media investors.

Some changes are on the way. Nevins indicated CBS would replace”The Big Bang Theory” with its spin-off, “Young Sheldon.” And he indicated the company would place new emphasis on All Access. “The 2019 offering will be way more robust than 2018,” Nevin said, vowing that “a ton more content” would be produced.


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