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Carson release montage video for “Keep Calm”


North Carolina pop-rockers Carson have released a montage video for their single “Keep Calm”. The band is currently writing new music, including recently spending some studio time with AJ Perdomo of The Dangerous Summer.

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The Dangerous Summer Drops Seventh Full-Length Record, ‘Gravity’


Today is a massive day for The Dangerous Summer. Not only are they kicking off their international summer tour on June 21, they just released their seventh record, Gravity, via Rude Records. Plus, the band shared a nostalgia-inducing official video for the LP track, “Where Did All The Time Go?” Get ready for a delightful trip down memory lane with the legendary rockers. The new visuals include home videos of early The Dangerous Summer basement shows and van rides. They also showcase the band’s offstage hangs, music magazine interviews, and even their recent Slam Dunk Festival slot. Eagle-eyed watchers may… Read more »

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The Dangerous Summer Drops Ode To California, “Pacific Ocean”


The Dangerous Summer is gearing up to release their full-length album Gravity, which arrives on June 21 via Rude Records. On the same day, they’re kicking off a major North American tour. While we wait for the LP, the band just released their single and accompanying music video for “Pacific Ocean.” “Pacific Ocean” is a track “about freedom and living in the moment,” says vocalist AJ Perdomo. “[It’s] a love song at heart, and an ode to California.” He continues, “I mention a story in the song, about my good friend Dan Geraghty almost getting shot by someone outside of a bar… Read more »

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The Dangerous Summer Shares New ‘Gravity’ Single, “What’s An Hour Really Worth”


Maryland’s The Dangerous Summer is back with the second taste of their forthcoming record with a new single, “What’s An Hour Really Worth.” “This song came somewhat earlier on in the writing process. That original riff really sent us into the chase of this song,” vocalist AJ Perdomo says. “The way all of the instruments push and pull really reminds me of a futuristic Reach For The Sun track.” He continues, “I remember when we reached the bridge, we really tried to switch it up. We try to set limitations to reach new ground sometimes, and the limitation we set was… Read more »

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The Dangerous Summer Launches New Era With “Gravity,” Announces New Album


The Dangerous Summer are back, and frankly, better than ever! The celebrated three-piece, fronted by vocalist AJ Perdomo, heralds the birth of a new era with the announcement of their forthcoming album, Gravity, scheduled to release on June 21 through Rude Records. Marking the occasion, the group has also shared the otherworldly title track and accompanying music video. Perdomo shares of the new release, “‘Gravity’ almost never happened. It had an old name—‘The Walls Outside,’ with completely different lyrics. A week before the end of the record, I locked myself in my room for 2 and a half days. It… Read more »

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The Dangerous Summer Reimagines Their Song “Fuck Them All”


The Dangerous Summer is taking part in New Music Friday with a reimagined rendition of their song “Fuck Them All.” Originally released on their EP All That Is Left Of The Blue Sky, the new version takes the form of a lively piano ballad. Incorporating the song’s original guitar swells and AJ Perdomo’s powerful vocal performance, the stripped-down arrangement gives the lyrics more space to shine. “Fuck Them All” is about saying goodbye to the negative voices around you and taking your moment when you can.  Perdomo shares the reasoning behind wanting to reimagine this track, exclusively with idobi Radio. … Read more »

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The Dangerous Summer Reimagine “The Best Part Of Letting Go”


​​The Dangerous Summer has delivered a mesmerizing new version of their 2021 single “The Best Part of Letting Go (Reimagined).” This new rendition is a refreshing take on the original, bringing a new life into the lyrics through amplified instrumentation and electro-pop elements. AJ Perdomo‘s vocal delivery is raw and unfiltered, conveying the pain and longing in the lyrics with incredible depth. The vocal harmonies are also beautifully executed, adding an extra layer of emotion to the track. Read more: Mayday Parade Are Emotional As Ever With “More Like A Crash” While the original version of “The Best Part of… Read more »

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