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Letdown. Strips Back “Love Is A Weapon” Live At idobi Radio Studios

In preparation for the highly anticipated event of the summer, the idobi Radio Summer School Tour, Letdown. seized the spotlight at the idobi Radio Studios in Los Angeles, CA, for a heavenly stripped-back rendition of “Love Is A Weapon.” The track was issued as a standalone single in 2021 before the group’s 2023 breakout full-length, Crying In The Shower. Armed with two acoustic guitars and the rhythmic pulse of a cajón percussion, Letdown. unveils a transformative interpretation of “Love Is A Weapon.” Stripping away the synth-heavy and full-band layers that defined its original format, the group infuses the track with… Read more »


Letdown. Performs “Crying In The Shower” Live At idobi Radio Studios

Gearing up for the event of the summer, the idobi Radio Summer School Tour, Letdown. popped by the idobi Radio Studios in Los Angeles, CA, to put on a special performance of their breakout hit, “Crying In The Shower.” In contrast to the group’s previous reimagining of “Crying In The Shower,” which arrived as a piano-laden ballad in November 2023, the idobi studio reinterpretation showcases the melancholy and longing embedded into the track. Guided by vocalist Blake Coddington‘s mesmerizing delivery, the song unfolds through a rich array of acoustic guitars accompanied by gentle cajón percussion. Speaking with Fish, Coddington shares… Read more »


Letdown. Wants To Break Out Of The Mundane On “Hate Myself”

Arriving with a witty accompanying music video, Letdown. has unleashed their latest offering, “Hate Myself.” The track, while analyzing why people compartmentalize self-hatred, transforms into an anthem across the clever chorus. As the chorus boldly proclaims, “If I hate myself today/What makes it different than any other day,” it serves as the focal point of the single. However, it is the accompanying video that elevates the experience, offering a much-needed dose of comedic relief. With Max Moore at the helm of the music video, renowned for his directorial work on notable videos such as Neck Deep‘s “STFU,” JXDN and Travis… Read more »


Letdown. Launches Thrilling Singles “Anxiety” & “Making Miseries”

Letdown., aka Blake Coddington, is beginning his year off with a double-single release. The modern rock artist is ready to reach new heights with newly shared tracks “Anxiety” and “Making Miseries.” Both offerings explore dark, raw human emotion, with choruses sure to stick in your mind all year long. Coddington shares, “‘Anxiety’ is an introspective song that delves deep into my personal inner fears. It echoes a sense of unease, and the tumultuous journey through the labyrinth of my own anxieties. Painting a picture of vulnerability, the song encapsulates the essence of my inner turmoil – a cathartic exploration of… Read more »


Letdown. Unveils Reimagined Version Of “Crying In The Shower”

After releasing their captivating single, “Happiness Is Overrated,” and full-length album Crying In The Shower earlier in the year, Letdown. has returned with a soul-stirring, reimagined rendition of their 2023 album’s title track. This beautifully crafted piano-laden interpretation of “Crying In The Shower” arrives via Big Loud Rock. The reimagined track, accompanied by an intimate and visually arresting music video, takes listeners through a tidal wave of emotions, driven to new levels of unrestrained anguish courtesy of Letdown.’s passionate visionary, Blake Coddington, and his mesmerizing delivery. Seated solemnly behind a grand piano with delicate, twinkling piano keys adding a haunting… Read more »


Letdown. Confidently Proclaims “Happiness Is Overrated”

Coming off of the resounding success of their debut collection, Crying In The Shower, which dropped earlier this year, Letdown. is back with the dizzyingly introspective “Happiness Is Overrated.” Following the chorus’ poignant proclamation, “This is not another party song/Just someone barely holding on,” Letdown.’s latest masterpiece delves deep into the sacrifices and measures vocalist Blake Coddington is willing to take to shield himself from being hurt. The song, accompanied by a captivating music video, explores themes of disillusionment and the pursuit of true happiness—if it exists. From the opening chords, “Happiness Is Overrated” sets a haunting tone, drawing listeners… Read more »


Say Anything Revisits ‘…Is A Real Boy’ 20 Years Later

Say Anything is a band that you can’t appropriately compare to any other band. Perhaps you could attempt to use metrics like ticket sales or song charting, but certainly not in any tangible sense of emotion, delivery, or downright weirdness. Say Anything kicked the doors down when they entered the scene with a huge “Fuck You” to any preconceived notion of what a “punk” or “emo” band should be. They didn’t give a shit about being a cog in the music industry machine—in fact, they were pretty loud about their despise for it. They wanted to share their passion for… Read more »


Scene Queen Announces ‘Hot Singles In Your Area’ Album Release Date

Calling all hotties! Bimbocore royalty Scene Queen has announced the release of her forthcoming debut album, Hot Singles In Your Area. The 15-track album, which features previous releases including “18+,” “Pink Push-Up Bra,” “MILF,” “Finger,” and her recently issued collaboration with 6arelyhuman, “Stuck,” will arrive on June 28 via Hopeless Records.  Of her forthcoming album, she shares in a press release, “I wrote an album about growing up in the early 2000s but not exploring my sexuality until my 20s with all the messy and chaotic situations you find yourself in when you’re trying to find yourself and your own… Read more »


Scene Queen And 6ARLEYHUMAN Collab On New Song, “Stuck”

Get ready to set your Top 8 because Myspace is SO back! Scene Queen has teamed up with 6ARELYHUMAN on their new track, “Stuck.” It’s a modern iteration of the best elements of the mid-2000s electro-alt scene while giving it a sweet hyper-pop twist. Read more: Bring Me The Horizon Tease ‘POST HUMAN: NeX GEn’ Release The music video for the song is an old-school house party with strobes, puffed-up hair, and, of course, a rivalry between the two singers. Layered lyrics behind the confrontation in the small space capture the true essence of scene-kid energy: “So what’s good you… Read more »

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