Spanish Love Songs have unveiled the ethereal-laced new single, “Marvel,” pulled from their eagerly-awaited album, No Joy. Serving as the final precursor to their full-length release on August 25, “Marvel” encapsulates the band’s distinctive indie-punk essence. “Marvel” is masterfully woven together with the heartfelt delivery of lead vocalist Dylan Slocum and adds an authentic and vulnerable dimension to the release. As the track unfolds, a gradual crescendo of emotional intensity takes hold, propelled by the dynamic interplay of the band’s instrumentation and Slocum’s impassioned vocals. The chorus emerges as a particularly potent instance of catharsis, with the resolute lyrics, “Stay… Read more »
Spanish Love Songs continue to build on their success with their latest offering, “Clean-Up Crew,” following the release of their acclaimed single “Haunted” earlier this year. This powerful new track serves as a tantalizing glimpse into their highly anticipated album, No Joy, set to release on August 25 via Pure Noise Records. “Clean-Up Crew” is a poignant and resonant song that explores themes of loss, resilience, and the human capacity for healing. Spanish Love Songs‘ signature blend of cathartic lyrics and energetic punk-rock sound creates an immersive and captivating musical experience—exactly what you’d hope for from the unit. Read more:… Read more »
Spanish Love Songs are back with their first full-length in three years, and it’s shaping up to be their finest hour.
The Xcerts have returned with another taste of their new album, and it is a rousing tale of taking accountability for what you’ve been through.
Despite their 2010 album Assailants being regarded as “the collection of songs that was nearly the final piece from LYDIA,” the band’s creative journey has gracefully transcended the boundaries set over the past 13 years and extended far beyond that point. Throughout this time, they have consistently crafted enchanting collections and singles that possess the remarkable ability to transport listeners into a realm imbued with magic and wonder. Their latest offering, “How You Look,” is a testament to their otherworldly artistry. The track mesmerizes with vocalist Leighton Antelman‘s bewitching melodies, effortlessly charming the audience’s senses with a myriad of emotions.… Read more »
Koyo, your new favorite band, have revealed the details of their hotly-anticipated debut album ‘Would You Miss It?’. You’re going to love it.
The Used have released their second track, “Giving Up,” from their upcoming tenth album, following the preview of Toxic Positivity with their lead single “Numb.” Toxic Positivity will arrive this Friday, May 19 via Big Noise. “Giving Up” is a departure from their previous single, injected with an array of pop-punk melodies intertwining with vocalist Bert McCracken’s emotionally charged delivery that encapsulates the band’s signature blend of raw intensity and melodic vulnerability. Read more: Spanish Love Songs Announce New Album ‘No Joy’ The song’s dynamic structure mirrors the emotional journey it takes the listener on, seamlessly transitioning between moments of… Read more »
What better way to kick off a weekend than with new music? Featuring new tracks from The 1975, Panic! at the Disco, blackbear, and more.
The Wonder Years celebrate the anniversaries for their albums ‘The Upsides’ and ‘Suburbia I’ve Given You All And Now I’m Nothing’ on tour with Spanish Love Songs, Origami Angel, and Save Face. Check out some photos taken by idobi photographer Jess Williams of the tour below at Webster Hall in New York City!
Today we have Regé-Jean Page leaving Bridgerton, Demi Lovato’s new music video, and The Fest sharing new additions to the lineup.