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Rise Rock n’ Shine: Walking On Cars + SAUL

Alarm clock off. Music on.

It’s time to Rise Rock n’ Shine…

Who: Walking On Cars has made it a long way from their tiny hometown in Ireland. With a new album on the horizon + a couple of smash singles, we’re pretty sure they’re about to be everyone’s favorite band.

What: There’s something for everyone in “Walking On Cars”, a song that’s balancing between pop, rock, indie, and EDM with ease.

Why: Haunting, melodic, beautiful, and intriguing, everything about ‘Coldest Water’ makes us want to hear more from Walking On Cars.

FFO: idobi Radio

Find Walking on Cars on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and their official website.

“Hey guys we’re Walking On Cars and we can’t wait for you all to hear our new album Colours. Our latest single “Coldest Water” is a song that makes you want to dance and cry at the same time.” – Walking On Cars

Who: SAUL knows who they are + they aren’t afraid to be loud about it. The Iowa band is rooted in the rock n’ roll that came before them, giving a fresh spin to the sound you already know and love.

What: A hard rocking jam with vocals you have to hear to believe, “Brother” is everything you want it to be.

Why: If you already dig acts like Disturbed + Five Finger Death Punch, SAUL is like their, well, “Brother”. Turn up the volume + get ready to headbang—the sore neck will be worth it.

FFO: idobi Howl

Find SAUL on Facebook and Twitter.

“Lyrically, this song defines what I should have said to my brother in his last moments. This song cuts deep for me and it’s a constant reminder that life is fleeting. Tell the people in your life that you love them.” – Blake Bedsaul, frontman for SAUL

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