Jimmy Eat World performed in concert on Friday (March 18) at Birmingham Academy in Birmingham, England. Check out pictures from WireImage.
Jimmy Eat World are out with the video to their new single ‘Work’, from the album ‘Futures’. Watch it online below.
The Killers, Franz Ferdinand, Jimmy Eat World, Modest Mouse, Muse, and No Doubt singer Gwen Stefani performed live on the first night of The 2004 KROQ Almost Acoustic Christmas Concert at The Universal Ampitheatre in Universal City, California on Saturday (December 11). Check out pictures from WireImage (backstage / show), RexFeatures, and GettyImages.
Fly magazine caught up with Jimmy Eat World drummer Zach Lind, who complained the band will always be identified as an emo band. “Every single mainstream press review that I see, there’s always some really creative tag that they write, like ’emo kings’ or ‘the first emo band’,” Lind sighed. “We never really considered ourselves an emo band, but there’s people out there that do. We don’t lose sleep over it. But I would prefer that journalists actually exercise their brain and come up with descriptions that people can identify with and relate to on a grand scale, but don’t have to end up being a three-letter word. That would be fantastic.”
The story at flymagazine.net has since been removed.
Rock acts on television this week include The Rasmus, who visit ‘Daily Download’ on Monday; Jimmy Eat World, who perform on ‘The Late Show with David Letterman’ on Tuesday; Simple Plan, who appear on ‘TRL’ on Tuesday; and blink-182’s Tom DeLonge and Travis Barker, who visit ‘TRL’ on Wednesday.