Rise Rock n’ Shine: Envoi + Alexandria Maillot

By | May 2, 2019 at 10:00 AM

There’s nothing better than new tunes in the morning,

it’s time to Rise Rock n’ Shine…

Who: Envoi has been quiet for awhile but now that vocalist Madeline Finn is back from her stint on American Idol, they’re about to get louder than ever.

What: A little Paramore, a little Pvris, a little We Are The In Crowd. “The Seas” pulls from all the right influences and establishes a voice of its own.

Why: There’s nothing like summertime and pop punk. Something about the sunshine just makes you want to drive (or skateboard) around town with the perfect soundtrack–and that’s just what “The Seas” is.

FFO: idobi Radio

Find Envoi on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.

It’s been almost 5 years since we’ve released any new music and I couldn’t think of a better song to bring us back than “The Seas”. The song combines all of the energy of our older material and blends it perfectly with how we’ve all grown as artists. Steve Perrino is not only an amazing bandmate but totally knocked the production out of the park. We are so excited to be back and my wish is that these new songs continue to establish and grow our incredibly supportive and loyal fan base. The community we’ve been able to create with this music is so insanely amazing and I can’t wait to see it grow!!!– Madeline Finn, vocalist for Envoi

Who: Sometimes you have to change everything to get back to where you want to be. Alexandria Maillot has done just that, and the result is a forthcoming album of tunes called Benevolence.

What: The album’s first single, “Messed It Up”, is a little bit dark and a little bit funky.

Why: We can’t decide if “Messed It Up” is an indie bop or an introspective slow jam. It sits somewhere in the middle, offering something for everyone.

FFO: idobi Anthm

Find Alexandria Maillot on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and her official website.

“’Messed It Up’ is an anthem that speaks directly to our inner demons; a song for those with their heads just above the water, desperate to keep above the surface.– Alexandria Maillot