metal + hardcore
pop punk + alt-rock
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Rise Rock n’ Shine: Why Everyone Left + Classified Frequency

Grab some breakfast and your headphones.

It’s time to Rise Rock n’ Shine…

Who: We can’t get enough of Modena, Italy’s Why Everyone Left.

What: The DIY video for “Bouch”.

Why: The 100% authentic pop punk vibes on the track are making us crave a pizza.

FFO: idobi Radio

“This is the first song I wrote for the new record. I really wanted to make something different and new for us so this song has been the perfect starting point for the whole EP. I wanted to give a little less space to the riffs (except for the huge bouncing one at the beginning) and a little more space to the vocals and other elements like the poppy beat in the second verse. I directed the video myself with Luca Zecchi making it perfect with those drawn elements. I wanted the visuals to match perfectly with the song, so not the usual playback stuff… it kinda looks more like a hip hop video!” –  Enzo Cappucci, frontman for Why Everyone Left

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Who: Classified Frequency is revamping the pop rock sounds of the 2000s for fresh jams today.

What: The catchiest song you’ve ever heard, “Black Eye”.

Why: Crank up the volume, turn on “Black Eye”, and join us in pretending you’re in a 00’s teen drama.

FFO: idobi Radio

“We’re so happy to introduce our next single ‘Black Eye’ off of our new EP, Black Eye, available next Tuesday, Sept. 25th. [The song] is our warning to the world that if you don’t learn from your past, you’re doomed to repeat it. We really hope you enjoy it as much as we enjoyed recording it!” – Classified Frequency

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