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Rise Rock n’ Shine: Famous For A Day + Small Talks

Throw back your covers, turn on your speakers,

It’s time to Rise Rock n’ Shine…

Who: Kansas City’s Famous For A Day started as a small acoustic project but has grown into a full band experience that keeps you coming back for more.

What: A song to keep you warm this winter, “Hesitate”.

Why: “Hesitate” strikes the perfect balance of pop punk sounds and emo vibes + our little black hearts are soaring because of it.

FFO: idobi Radio

Find Famous For A Day on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and their official website.

“With ‘Hesitate’, we sought to convey the internal conflict that often results from unrequited love. It is a constant struggle between holding out the hope that circumstances and feelings will one day change and wanting to move on to save yourself further pain. This song in particular centers around two people who hide their feelings from each other and wait for the other person to make that crucial first move.

We hope our fans will find this song meaningful in some way to their own lives, that they will see that even in these times of heartache there is also a profound beauty to be found in a deep love shared between two people, even if they are not yet brave enough to admit it to one another.” – Famous For A Day

Who: One of Common Ground Records’ brightest acts, Small Talks is quickly building a reputation that’s worth bragging about.

What: The fun beat of “Nicotine & Tangerines”.

Why: Paired with an energetic video full of live footage, “Nicotine & Tangerines” leaves you 100% happier every time you listen to it.

FFO: idobi Radio

Find Small Talks on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

“’Nicotine & Tangerines’ is a song about places, foods, smells, etc that can take you back to specific moment in seconds… I believe that every person has this intangible thing inside of them that can only be brought to the surface through those special memories.” – Cayley Spivey, vocalist + guitarist for Small Talks

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