Rise Rock n’ Shine: Postcards From The Moon + Blushh

By | March 14, 2019 at 10:00 AM

We’ll bring the tunes, you bring the waffles,

it’s time to Rise Rock n’ Shine…

Who: Postcards From The Moon is gearing up to release a new album this April + we have every reason to believe it’s gonna be an instant favorite.

What: Acoustic guitar, violin, sweet vocals, and heartfelt lyrics. Postcards From The Moon have the magic formula for snatchin’ your heart.

Why: “Just Make Sure You’re Happy” reminds us why we fell in love with pop punk in the first place + we’re digging the straight up nostalgia in their sound.

FFO: idobi Radio

Find Postcards From The Moon on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.

“The song is about a girl I was with in high school… I came to the realization that she’ll never be with me again, so I wanted to send a message saying that whoever she does end up with better make her super happy. That’s all I ask for.” – Caleb Rangel, vocalist for Postcards From The Moon

Who: Born of a quarterlife crisis or two (billion), Blushh’s music gives you all the words you’ve always wanted to say.

What: If you’ve ever been frustrated with life, experienced serious FOMO, or liked a Sorority Noise song, you’re gonna dig “All My Friends”.

Why: Y’know that song you always turn up to 11 + scream along with when you’ve had a really bad day? This is the one.

FFO: idobi Anthm

Find Blushh on Facebook and her official website.

“Last year I moved back into my parent’s house for about 10 months. I was 20 miles away from all my friends, and I slowly but surely started spending more nights at home than I did hanging out. I was caught between not wanting to go out to begin with and starting to feel detached, both physically and emotionally, from my social life. Safe to say that’s probably where this song stemmed from lyrically. Sonically, this is the beginning of the most collaborative work Blushh has seen to date. I spent months with my band working on a batch of new songs, which is something I’ve never done before. The gang vocals kill me every time and I hope they rip your hearts out too” – Shab Ferdowsi, frontwoman of Blushh