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Rise Rock n’ Shine: Make Out Monday + Gardenside

Forget an alarm clock, we’ll wake you up with the best new tracks,

it’s time to Rise Rock n’ Shine…

Who: Sharptone Records’ new signee, Make Out Monday are ready to take over your playlists.

What: The old-school cinematic video for “Bullet For Your Sweetheart”.

Why: Whether you like your rock with a hard edge or a pop punk twist, this track has you covered.

FFO: idobi Radio

Find Make Out Monday on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and their official website.

“Making that video was an insane experience. We wanted to create a cheesy old school horror throwback, combining elements of early black & white horror, as well as more modern slashers like Texas Chainsaw Massacre… Keep an eye out for our ‘Shake It Like A Polaroid’ music video as well that should be premiering soon! That’s gonna be more of a behind the scenes look at us goofing around and touring in the UK. One of our biggest announcements is that we’ve recently been signed by SharpTone Records!!! Having entered into talks a few months ago, it’s been an exciting journey prepping the video, album, photos, etc for our new release under SharpTone and we couldn’t be more stoked! Everyone there is just as stoked to get our music out there as we are, so we can’t wait to see where this new partnership takes us…  In a lot of ways this is really just the beginning. Keep an eye (and an ear) out. We’ve barely begun to rock!” – Zack Shada, vocalist for Make Out Monday


Who: After signing to Common Ground Records, Gardenside have been releasing bop after bop, making them a top contender for your next favorite pop punk band.

What: “Bear On” is going for your heart strings with a video that’s all sorts of cute.

Why: We hear a softer side of Gardenside on their latest track that was made for watching the stars while daydreaming about your OTP.

FFO: idobi Radio

Find Gardenside on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

“‘Bear On’ is a bit of a departure from our usual subject matter and ventures into territory that I’m usually pretty uncomfortable putting out in the open. We released this song as our second single on our new EP Anything and Everything and while a lot of our tunes deal with not being a fan of most people, this one is about the opposite. I wrote this tune as a love letter to my wife, letting her know that we’ll always be right for each other and that I’ll always be crazy about her.” – Jeremy Harris, vocalist for Gardenside

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