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Premiere: The Great Height Bands Music Video for “Portland”


I you want to go to Portland this music video is not for you. In a much welcomed pop-punk throwback sounding single, The Great Heights Band are proud to present their new music video for “Portland”, exclusively on idobi. Take a look below and be sure to pre-order their new album, Songs in Eastern Standard Timing, here. httpvh://youtu.be/hsFGi7VvCA0

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Magnolia Park Is Getting Goofy On Forthcoming Disney Collab


Magnolia Park has officially set our world in motion as they just announced a collaboration with Disney for the A Whole New Sound pop-punk album. The cover track is scheduled to arrive this Friday, July 26.  The teaser, which features a car stereo tuning into guitarist/backing vocalist Tristan Torres’ iPhone at full volume, instantly hooks listeners with vocalist Joshua Roberts’ undeniable prowess as he screams the opening lines of “I2I” from the 1995 classic A Goofy Movie. As both a Disney fan and a Magnolia Park fan, we could not think of a more perfect cover for the Florida group… Read more »

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Origami Angel Unleash Two New Singles From Forthcoming ‘Feeling Not Found’ Album


Ahead of the arrival of their fourth studio album, Feeling Not Found, scheduled to drop on September 28 via Counter Intuitive, Origami Angel has unleashed two new singles, “Dirty Mirror Selfie” and “Where Blue Light Blooms.” Bleeding together at the three minute and 43 second mark of the video, “Dirty Mirror Selfie” and “Where Blue Light Blooms” offer a throughline to the duo’s punchy pop-punk/emo amalgamation. “Dirty Mirror Selfie” is a playful, steady track with a strikingly placed guitar breakdown courtesy of guitarist/vocalist Ryland Heagy. While the latter opens through mesmerizing drum work via Pat Doherty that acts as the… Read more »

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Green Day Takes Us For A Wild Ride With “Corvette Summer” Video


Welcome back, class of 1978; it’s time to rev up your engines! Green Day has just dropped their killer throwback video for “Corvette Summer.” “Rev up those engines, the Corvette Summer music video is here and it’s one wild ride!!” the band shares on their social platforms. “The song was named after one of our favorite cult classic movies, so it only made sense to pay homage to it with the music video. We even took things one step further and got @MarkHamill (who starred in the original) to star in our remake alongside us, @hannibalburess, and some others. We… Read more »

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Marianas Trench Shares Cinematic Video For “Lightning And Thunder”


Let’s face it: We’ve all had “Lightning And Thunder” by Marianas Trench stuck in our heads for the last two months following its May 2024 release. Ahead of the band’s massive fall tour kicking off in September, the Canadian alt-pop stars have unleashed the official music video for the track. “Every story begins with a call to adventure,” vocalist Josh Ramsey shares. “‘Lightning And Thunder’ is about finding out my partner and I were going to have our first child. [It] is probably the biggest call to adventure I’m ever going to experience.” Check out the cinematic video release for… Read more »

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Fame On Fire Reveals Tarot-Inspired Single, “Suicide (The Lovers)”


Ahead of the release of their forthcoming record, The Death Card, out September 6 via Hopeless Records, Fame On Fire is sharing their hard-hitting new single. Preceded by “Spiral (Justice)” and “Nightmare (The Devil),” “Suicide (The Lovers)” continues the band’s journey into music through the lens of tarot cards. Vocalist Bryan Kuznitz says, “It’s a Romeo And Juliet-style story. The sentiment is ‘If I’m going to love you, I’m going to die for it, and I’m okay with that.’ With ‘The Lovers Card,’ you’re sacrificing your life to make a relationship work.” Kuznitz woefully sings, “Dear beloved/We are here today/In… Read more »

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GWAR Create Rock ‘N’ Roll Cover Of The Iconic ‘Barbie’ Movie Track “I’m Just Ken”


When you think of Barbie the last image to come to mind would still be lightyears away from an image of GWAR. Yet, the metal mercenaries say that covering Ryan Gosling’s “I’m Just Ken” solo from the Barbie movie, “Just made sense.” The Barbie movie soundtrack made waves last summer, and the quintessential standout track amongst it was “I’m Just Ken” performed by Gosling. If you didn’t already know, the song is inherently rock-rooted, featuring a solo from legendary guitarist and performer Slash (Guns N’ Roses, Velvet Revolver, and more). The GWAR gang built on those rock roots, amplifying them… Read more »

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