This Week's Rock Band 4 DLC Revealed, Includes Two Awesome Songs

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Harmonix has announced this week's lineup of Rock Band 4 DLC tracks. There are only two, but they are some seriously excellent, famous songs.

First up is "All These Things That I've Done" from The Killers, off the band's iconic 2004 album, Hot Fuss. As you likely remember, the song features a choir and the bridge spans four octaves. Good luck, singers!

The other new Rock Band 4 DLC track this week is Toto's "Africa," which will no doubt get your entire living room singing when the chorus comes along. The song's harmonies have been faithfully linked to different singers in the band; here's a breakdown:

  • Harmony 1 - Keyboardist (sings the verses) - David Paich
  • Harmony 2 - Singer - Bobby Kimball
  • Harmony 3 - Guitarist - Steve Lukather

You can buy these Rock Band 4 DLC tracks for $2 each when the Rock Band Store updates this week. Listen to them right now in the Spotify embed below.

2016 is poised to be a big year for Rock Band 4. The game is getting its first paid expansion pack and a new Jaguar guitar this fall. The expansion comes with music library improvements including the ability to filter by genre and rate songs, while the new guitar can fold in half.

Looking further out, Harmonix will update Rock Band 4 this holiday to add support for online multiplayer. Additionally, Harmonix recently signed a licensing deal extension with iconic guitar company Fender that's good through 2027.

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