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Rise Rock n’ Shine: SHVPES + Belau

The birds are chirping and the music is playing.

It’s time to Rise Rock n’ Shine with exclusives of your next favorite tracks

Who: Good rock music is an art form, and SHVPES has perfected it.

What: The video for “Calloused Hands”, where the band proves just how hard they shred.

Why: Are you ready to rock? Because that’s what you’re about to do with SHVPES “Calloused Hands”. The song is a banger, so get ready to mosh all your frustration away.

FFO: idobi Howl

“This is the first song we wrote together after coming back from our first European tour. We’d been out for 6 weeks experiencing something we’d always dreamed of. As soon as we got back, as with most tours, reality hits and you’re sucked back into the ‘real world’ that pressures you to go and get a ‘real job.’ I.e. doing something you probably don’t actually care about for some narcissistic company that equally doesn’t care about you. This song was all about reminding myself why I don’t want to be a part of that. With lyrics like “capitalise; cannibalise” & “paralysed by your next fix” it’s exploring the futility of the paper chase.” – SHVPES

Find SHVPES on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

Who: Belau might be newcomers but they can tell a story better than some of the most seasoned musicians.

What: The visual journey of “Breath”.

Why: There’s something very vulnerable about the song “Breath” and it’s mirrored perfectly in its video.

FFO: idobi Anthm

“Our new song called ‘Breath’ is the second single from our upcoming album which will be released around [March] 2019. The guest vocalist is the lovely Sophie Lindinger from Austrian band of Leyya. The song is about finding the tranquility inside.” – Belau

Find Belau on Facebook, Instagram, and their official website.

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