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Dayseeker Issue Emotionally-Charged “Homesick” Music Video

Following the release of their fifth studio album Dark Sun last fall, Dayseeker has continued to captivate audiences with their latest music video for their ballad “Homesick.” Directed by Orie McGinness, the video showcases the band performing against a neon-hued backdrop, creating a stunning visual representation of the song’s poignant lyrics. While the video may appear simple at first glance, it effortlessly captures the raw intensity and emotional depth that Dayseeker is known for. The band’s frontman, Rory Rodriguez, delivers the lyrics with a passionate and vulnerable performance, layering his vocals over the band’s dynamic instrumentation to create a compelling… Read more »


Beartooth Drop Contagiously Optimistic New Track “Sunshine!”

Earlier this year, Beartooth joined Papa Roach on their collaborative effort, “Cut The Line,” a re-released track featured on Papa Roach’s 2023 album Ego Trip. Now, we’ve got our first taste of 2023 of Caleb Shomo and co. doing what they do best on their new single, “Sunshine!”  Marking the group’s first new release since July 2022’s “Riptide,” “Sunshine!” is a startlingly optimistic track offering filthy breakdowns with the group settling for a juxtaposing acoustic, stripped-down chorus that stands out amongst their past releases. Even upon first listen, it’s easy to hear that “Sunshine!” will become a staple of the… Read more »


Foo Fighters, Haim, and More Announced on Eddie Vedder’s Ohana Festival

Pearl Jam’s Eddie Vedder is bringing back the annual Ohana Festival this fall to Dana Point, CA, and he’s bringing some renowned friends with him this year. Returning to California from Sept. 29-Oct. 1 at Doheny State Beach, the latest installment features Vedder headlining alongside The Killers, Haim, The Chicks, Foo Fighters, and Pretenders. Spread across 3 days this fall, Ohana Festival will also feature performances from Japanese Breakfast, Suki Waterhouse (who recently starred in ‘Daisy Jones and The Six’ as keyboardist Karen Sirko), Amos Lee, and plenty more. Check out the day-by-day lineup breakdown below. Presale tickets will be… Read more »


CMJ Music Marathon announces artist lineup

The 33rd annual CMJ Music Marathon will take place in New York City October 15th-19th. The event, which spans across 80 venues, aims to break new artists as well as feature established artists. Acts playing the festival this year include You Me At Six, The Sounds, The Dismemberment Plan, NGHBRS, Echosmith, Braid, and more. For more information and to purchase badges, head to the CMJ website. Check out the artists announced so far below! 2/3 Goat * 6:15 Jessica Caplan * 7:00 Lisa Blanco * Aabaraki * Aaron Lee Tasjan * Aaron Lopez-Barrantes * Absolutely Free * The ACBs *… Read more »


Sleeping With Sirens Sophomore Album Has Been Certified Gold

Earlier this month, Sleeping With Sirens commemorated the 12-year anniversary of their highly acclaimed sophomore album, Let’s Cheers To This. The album, which features standout tracks such as “If You Can’t Hang,” “A Trophy Fathers Trophy Son,” and “All My Heart,” has now achieved yet another milestone: it has been certified Gold in the United States. Released on May 10, 2011, Let’s Cheers To This successfully captured the same fiery spirit and lightning-in-a-bottle feeling that their debut album, With Ears To See And Eyes To Hear, had brought forth. Let’s Cheers To This showcased Sleeping With Sirens‘ distinctive sound, seamlessly… Read more »


Architects Are “Seeing Red” On Pummeling New Track

Marking their first new music since 2022’s the classic symptoms of a broken spirit, UK behemoths Architects have issued their pummeling new track, “Seeing Red,” with an accompanying music video. The group’s latest release, arriving via Epitaph Records, ignites with colossal guitar riffs, thunderous drums, and vocalist Sam Carter’s commanding delivery. While already boasting an infectious catchiness from the outset, “Seeing Red” transforms into an anthem powerhouse, propelled by an authoritative choir chorus. Read more: Dayseeker Announces Spring 2024 Tour With Polaris “We’re so happy to release ‘Seeing Red’ and to announce our US tour,” Carter shares. “This marks another… Read more »


The Front Bottoms Share “Paris” Visual Live From Red Rocks

The Front Bottoms have shared a beautifully cinematic visual for their track “Paris” today. The visual created by Dad Filmed It, follows a stunning montage of the band from their recent performance at Red Rocks Amphitheatre. Combining both live shots and behind-the-scene footage from backstage, it encapsulates The Front Bottoms in a way that feels comforting and familiar, while also larger than life. Commenting on the video, the band shared, “This was a very special night for us. Album release show at the legendary Red Rocks. For those that weren’t at the show we hope you enjoy this video as much as we do. Shot by our friends Dad Filmed… Read more »


The Front Bottoms Say ‘You Are Who You Hang Out With’

Iconic folk rock band, The Front Bottoms have finally gifted fans with their sixth full-length album You Are Who You Hang Out With today. A band that has always put real life experiences into their everso literal lyricism and funky production, they have unique way of crafting songs that make you feel nostalgic for an experience you may have never even had in your own life. They have the ability to transport their listeners into a universe that lives inside the mind of Brian Sella, inviting everyone to that bizarre and beautiful place. You Are Who You Hang Out With… Read more »


The Front Bottoms Need A “Punching Bag” With New Song

Our favorite folk-rock duo, The Front Bottoms are back with another emotional single “Punching Bag” today. The single comes off of their upcoming full-length album You Are Who You Hang Out With, out August 4th via Fueled By Ramen. The band has managed to stay true to their sound over the years, experimenting with production value, but always remaining the cheeky, loose, and dramatically specific band we have always loved. Speaking on the new music video, Brian Sella remarked, “I want to give a big thank you to my neighbor Nick for being such a good sport and helping make… Read more »

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