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18 new tracks coming to Rock Band 4 in October

To mark the release of Rock Band Rivals on 18 October, Harmonix has revealed 18 new tracks that will join the Rock Band 4 library this month.

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To mark the release of Rock Band Rivals on 18 October, Harmonix has revealed 18 new tracks that will join the Rock Band 4 library this month.

The first two tracks are from Harvey Danger and Jane’s Addiction and will be available to purchase on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One from 4th October.

  • Harvey Danger – Flagpole Sitta
  • Jane’s Addiction – Stop

Other new tracks coming to the Rock Band library in October include songs from Andy Grammer and Shawn Mendes. Two tracks from Maroon 5 and Matchbox Twenty are available via Amazon exclusive pre-orders.

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  • Andy Grammer – Honey, I’m Good.
  • The Chainsmokers ft. Halsey – Closer
  • Shawn Mendes – Treat You Better
  • Sia ft. Sean Paul – Cheap Thrills
  • Maroon 5 – One More Night (Amazon-exclusive pre-order bonus)
  • Matchbox Twenty – 3am (Amazon-exclusive pre-order bonus)

The following ten songs will be made available on 18 October, for free, to players who have pre-ordered either the Rock Band Rivals Wireless Jaguar BundleRock Band Rivals Band Kit or the Rock Band Rivals Digital Download.

  • Bring Me The Horizon – Happy Song
  • Capital Cities – Safe and Sound
  • Eagle-Eye Cherry – Save Tonight
  • The Neighbourhood – Sweater Weather
  • Of Monsters And Men – Little Talks
  • Pharrell Williams – Happy
  • Semisonic – Closing Time
  • Sia – Chandelier
  • Skillet – Feel Invincible
  • Weezer – King of the World

These tracks will also be added to the Rock Band 4 DLC music library later this month, priced $1.99 each, or as part of the Rock Band Rivals Launch Pack bundle.


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