VOILÀ, the rising musical duo comprised of Luke Eisner (known for Netflix’s ‘Tall Girl’ franchise) and producer Gus Ross, has unleashed their latest collaborative gem, “Nevergreen.” This entrancing composition features the captivating vocals of Kellin Quinn, renowned for Sleeping With Sirens. As a preview to their eagerly-awaited sophomore album, The Cure For Breathing, slated for release on September 15, “Nevergreen” is a declaration of VOILÀ‘s ability to seamlessly marry their signature alt-pop-infused sound with Quinn’s seasoned artistry. “Nevergreen” is a sonic treat that exemplifies the evolving musical synergy of VOILÀ. With this track, the duo provides a glimpse into their… Read more »
Los Angeles-based pop rock duo VOILÀ consisting of Gus Ross and Luke Eisner (of the ‘Tall Girl’ movie franchise fame) have launched their new track titled “Don’t Say I Didn’t Warn You,” featuring Craig Owens (Chiodos, D.R.U.G.S.). The song showcases the duo’s unique sound, which blends elements of pop, rock, and electronic music, and Owens‘ stunning vocals elevate the track to new heights. The song starts with a haunting guitar melody intertwined with the sound of police sirens faintly ringing in the background. The lyrics discuss a toxic relationship that’s on the verge of ending, and the protagonist warns their… Read more »
Happy Never After is designed to take you on a whirlwind journey, packing emotional gut punches amongst tracks that will make you feel like you’re on top of the world.
Craig Owens, known for his role as the powerhouse vocalist of Chiodos, Destroy Rebuild Until God Shows (D.R.U.G.S.), Isles & Glaciers, and badXchannels, has unveiled his debut solo release, VOLUME 1, set to hit the airwaves on August 18 through Velocity Records. The 11-track album showcases Owens‘ unparalleled talent as he revitalizes cherished songs from his illustrious discography, alongside a captivating original track that has never graced the ears of his devoted fanbase before. In an exhilarating revelation, Owens has reimagined the beloved Chiodos track, “Baby, You Wouldn’t Last A Minute On The Creek.” This iconic post-hardcore gem has been… Read more »
The Ready Set has released their highly anticipated solo single, “Who You Really Are.” Following their collaborative effort on “Buttercup” with Little Hurt in 2022, this new track marks The Ready Set‘s triumphant return to their solo endeavors since 2018’s “Stitch.” Last night, vocalist Jordan Witzigreuter joined our very own Fish to chat about the new single, which you can listen to here. While chatting with Fish, Witzigreuter shares about the new track, “It’s really chaotic sounding. I have so much new stuff…In my head, I was like, ‘This is not the first thing that you would put out responsibly,… Read more »
The wait is OVER! Hot Mulligan‘s brand new album Why Would I Watch is finally out in the world for everyone’s audible pleasures. Released via independent label Wax Bodega, their latest effort finds Hot Mulligan at their poppiest, loudest and most anthemic yet. They’ve managed to hone the different style choices from their previous releases into a perfect concoction of pop, punk, rock and emo on this album. The band have highlighted the track “No Shoes in the Coffee Shop (or Socks)” as the release day single with a lovely music video to accompany it. Check out what the group… Read more »
Following up his recent stint on the road with D.R.U.G.S., Craig Owens has announced an extensive 26-show tour with support from Kurt Travis (Royal Coda, Push Over), Moxy, and Voila joining for the final four shows. The tour will kick off on June 6 in Denver, CO, and run through July 8 where they will wrap up in St. Louis, MO. The tour will feature performances from Owens’ celebrated career, including songs from his discographies with Chiodos, D.R.U.G.S., Cinematic Sunrise, and other projects. On his social platforms, Owens shares, “I’m very excited to announce that I’ll be taking out my… Read more »
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