MTV News Round-Up 13/04/2004
*** Britney Spears is courting controversy with her latest video, 'Everytime', in which she is reincarnated. The video shows Britney dying in her bath after cutting her wrist in a fight with her 'husband', played by Stephen Dorff. The video was to originally have had a suicide plot but Britney changed her mind after a public outcry.
*** The Libertines and Badly Drawn Boy are the two latest acts to be confirmed for this year's T In The Park festival. They will both be playing the Scottish festival on the Saturday of the weekend long event which takes place on July 10 and 11 at Balado, near Kinross in Scotland.
*** Ex Blur Graham Coxon, The Vines, Von Bondies, Placebo, Funeral For A Friend and Hundred Reasons have all been added to the already healthy looking line-up for this years Carling Weekend festivals at Reading and Leeds.
*** The Beastie Boys are due to release their first album in six years and have just revealed the full track listing. The album is called 'To The 5 Boroughs', and being lined up for a June 14 release in the UK. The first track to be released from the album will be 'Ch-Check It Out', due for release in mid-May.
*** Morrissey, Stereophonics, The Cure and Madness will headline this years Move festival. As normal this year's event takes place at the Lancashire County Cricket Ground in July. The line-up so far also includes Ocean Colour Scene, Elbow and the Pixies
*** The Foo Fighters have been confirmed to replace Guns N' Roses in the May 30 headlining slot at the Rock in Rio festival in Lisbon, Portugal. G nR last month pulled out of its planned performance at the event, blaming the departure of guitarist Buckethead. Rock in Rio will stretch over two weekends, May 28-30 and June 4-6 in Bela Vista Parque.