Buzz Bites: The Fray Release Their Fourth Studio Album, 'Helios'

The Fray release their "Helios" album.

Fans of The Fray? Album No. 4 is here.

+ The Fray are back today with their fourth studio album, Helios, the follow-up to 2012's Scars And Stories. Watch the video for the album's lead single, "Love Don't Die," and keep an eye out for the guys' "Today Show" appearance on Wednesday. (The Fray)

+ Adam Lambert will be performing The Darkness' "I Believe In A Thing Called Love" on "Glee" tonight. Listen to Adam's cover, and also get a sneak peek at tonight's episode, "Frenemies." #touchingYOooOU #touchingMEeeEE (Idolator)

+ Speaking of "Glee" stars, listen to a 30-second teaser of Lea Michele's "On My Way." The uptempo track comes from Lea's debut studio album, Louder, out Mar. 4. (MTV News)

+ One Direction, Katy Perry, Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, Justin Timberlake, Bruno MarsPharrell Williams, Lady Gaga, Taylor Swift, and Selena Gomez are among the list of musical nominees at the 27th annual Kids' Choice Awards, which will take place on Mar. 29. (Kids' Choice Awards 2014)

+ Don't mind us, we're just blowing off work to compose Beyoncé catchphrase orchestrations deeply researching the awesomeness that is the Soundboardt, a collection of the best soundbites off of Beyoncé's most recent album. (MTV News)

+ Leave it to former LCD Soundsystem frontman James Murphy to envision a "Subway Symphony," which he's proposed for New York City's underground system of transportation. "Each turnstile emits its own beep, all of which are slightly out of tune with each other," he says, adding, "It's kind of horrible." Instead, he proposes the beeps harmonize with one another. (Rolling Stone)

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