idobi Radio playlist adds – January 21, 2015

By | January 21, 2015 at 12:48 PM


We’ve got some great new songs new to the idobi Radio playlists this week! Check them out. New tracks from Fall Out Boy, Sleeping With Sirens, and more!

Fall Out Boy – “Fourth Of July” (Heavy Rotation)

Here we go. The new Fall Out Boy record is out, and it’s amazing! “Fourth Of July” might be the biggest Fall Out Boy song we have heard in… well, forever. It’s not released as a single, but this song is way too good to not play.

Sleeping With Sirens – “We Like It Loud” (Heavy Rotation)

We’ve been playing Sleeping With Sirens’ new track “Kick Me” a ton, and now it’s time to add “We Like It Loud” to the mix!

As It Is – “Dial Tones” (Medium Rotation)

Fearless Records’ newest artist As It Is debuts their new track “Dial Tones” – this band is going to make some waves this year so we’re hopping on the bandwagon early!

PVRIS – “Holy” (Medium Rotation)

One of our favorite new bands of the past few years is PVRIS. With songs like “My House” and “St. Patrick” that idobi listeners will definitely be familiar with, we’re introducing the song “Holy” to rotation this week. The band just released a great version of this song from The Empty Room Sessions videos they have been putting out.

Light You Up – “It’s About Time” (Medium Rotation)

Light You Up is an awesome new UK group we recently discovered. “It’s About Time” is an awesome rock song with a real edge. The band has an album coming out in just a few short days!

Our Last Night – “Blank Space” (Medium Rotation)

Ahh Our Last Night. They release the absolute best rock covers of tracks everyone knows. The newest addition to their collection is a cover of Taylor Swift’s “Blank Space”.

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