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Crossfaith release new single “Feel Alive”

October 12, 2021

Japanese genre-blenders Crossfaith, have released a brand new single “Feel Alive”. Speaking of the song, frontman Kenta Koie says: ‘Feel Alive’ was the first song that we wrote since COVID-19 brought our world down into chaos. Everyone was forced to be alone and divided by the virus, thus we decided to make this song as a hope that cast the shadow. Also, we wanted to make it with our fans, so we recorded our fans clapping at our first show back since this unexpected disaster. In addition, we worked with Josh from Modestep on Feel Alive so you can hear true essence of UK bass music! This song means a lot to us, and hope this will be the light that shines on you”. About Crossfaith “Playing heavy music is how I feel alive,” says Koie. “We want Crossfaith to be the band making music that no one has ever heard before”. Crossfaith formed in 2006 and released their debut album ‘The Artificial Theory For The Dramatic Beauty’ in 2009 followed by ‘The Dream, The [Read More]

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Circa Survive announce new EP and share new single “Imposter Syndrome”

October 12, 2021

Circa Survive surprisingly announced their upcoming new EP “A Dream About Love”, which will be released October 22nd via Rise Records/BMG. Produced by Will Yip (Turnstile, Quicksand, Turnover), the single and the EP mark a new beginning soundwise for the band, which continues to explore its limits. Along with the EP announcement, the band also shared a new song, “Imposter Syndrome”. “This was the last song I wrote before I went to rehab two years ago. The song is about forgiveness and responsibility and represents the feeling of a new start for me”, says singer Anthony Green about the new single. “To discard the blueprints and in every aspect of our life to start new from the scratch.” “A Dream About Love” is the first project of the band since their 2017 album “The Amulet”, which debuted number 16 on the billboard 200. About Circa Survive Whether intentional or not, Philadelphia’s Circa Survive have become experts on that critical second word of their band name. With six full-length records and three EPs behind them, the beloved [Read More]

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THE STORY SO FAR’S KEVIN GEYER ANNOUNCES NEW EP FROM SOLO SIDE PROJECT ‘SAME SIDE’

October 12, 2021

The Story So Far and Elder Brother’s Kevin Geyer has announced new EP “In Place” from his new solo project, “Same Side”. The EP is out the 19th November 2021 via Pure Noise Records. “Same Side” have also released the first single of the upcoming EP “Density”. “Same Side” the solo project of the Story So Far and Elder Brother guitarist, released its self-titled debut EP in 2019. A collection of songs he’d recorded four years before it came out, that record established Geyer as a songwriter capable of beautiful, carefully considered introspection. That’s something these six gorgeous songs – which were recorded at former Seahaven guitarist Michael Craver’s new studio – utterly confirm. But they also demonstrate an important shift in focus. “This EP is a more honest representation of how I’m feeling at the time I’m actually releasing and recording it”, says Geyer. “The first time around was songs from a bunch of years ago so, and more of a break-up album. Now, I’m with someone I love, and I’m a lot happier. [Read More]

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Palaye Royale share new single and music video for “Paranoid”

October 11, 2021

Enigmatic trio Palaye Royale share their adrenaline-fueled new track “Paranoid,” along with its accompanying knock-out music video, out today via Sumerian Records.  Premiered exclusively with Daniel Carter at the UK’s BBC Radio 1 yesterday, “Paranoid” was co-written by the band and GRAMMY-nominated Chris Greatti (Machine Gun Kelly, YUNGBLUD), who also produced the track. Confessional and raw, “Paranoid” presents a spellbinding examination of insecurity and self-doubt, unfolding in gorgeously spectral textures before reaching a furious urgency at the bridge. The band comment on the track, “Paranoid is about all the little insecurities in your head holding you back from living your life. It’s about the doubt and that voice in your head telling you that you cannot do something. It’s about the journey to silence that voice and your fears and to rise above it”. The video, directed by frequent Palaye Royale creative collaborators Harrison Sanborn and Michael Bolton, finds the band in a robust downtown Los Angeles subway scene going about their day-to-day lives, but seemingly losing sense of themselves. The images subliminally portray the [Read More]

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Aviva announces new album and shares new video for “Hypnotized”

October 5, 2021

Following the debut of her YA novel “SELF/LESS” the Australia-born artist AViVA announces her sophomore album “Volume II” out on October 28th. “Volume II” spotlights her immersive and electrifying brand of alt-pop. An unfiltered look at the ‘outsider experience’ and showcases the uncompromising originality that’s earned AViVA a passionate global following in recent years. With its moody backdrop of hip-hop meets rock beats and alt-infused melodies, “Volume II” sets its emotionally vivid lyrics to infectious sing-song melodies. AViVA trademark vocal performances, flaunt her effortless flow and fierce yet vulnerable presence as she makes her message is clear in this album. AViVA implores her listeners to be themselves as she encourages them to continue expressing themselves and taking ownership of their uniqueness. Her fans, self-titled “OUTSiDERS” relate to her emotional lyrics and find power in her songs as she explores the challenges of friendship and feelings of isolation and the self-empowerment that comes from loving yourself for who you are. AViVA’s music speaks a powerful message about taking ownership of labels, and this is explored even [Read More]

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Superlove release brand new single “Save yourselves”

October 5, 2021

Bristols Superlove has released another brand new single, “Save Yourselves”. Born at a times when the country was in turmoil with UK politics and social media proved itself once more to be an intense platform to be consumed within. Singer Jacob felt he was being bombarded with too much information, too many opinions, not enough fact and it became a sea of confusion. “This song was just trying to express some frustration in feeling so overwhelmed by everything we watch, read online and see on TV”, says Jacob. “Writing ‘Save Yourselves’ also had us thinking, what would we do if everything absolutely went to shit? I like to think we would both just go and sit in a forest, out the way of everything with a fire going and just laugh at what a state we got ourselves into. We’re honestly so excited this song is actually coming out as I remember listening to the demo over and over again thinking oh my god this song is so addictive to listen to haha, we hope [Read More]