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With his highly-anticipated new EP ‘Ambitions’ set to arrive on the 6th November through Icons Creating Evil Art, Swedish musical troubadour David Alexander aka Summer Heart has now returned to unveil the new video for one of the collection’s standout offerings ‘Good Together’. Continuing his pursuit of bright and glittering dream-pop, ‘Good Together’ sets itself as one of the integral parts of his new EP. Telling the story of his recent trip to California and the inspiration it gave him for this new release, the new single looks to capture the freedom he felt while over there and set the narrative that became ‘Ambitions’. Directed and created by animator Jason Edmunds, the video for ‘Good Together’ is set to be the first of many animated visuals for the frontman from this new project. Set in Los Angeles, we see an almost superhero version of Summer Heart riding a motorcycle through the city with his LA love, we see him continue the bright and romantically-charged direction he is known for. Speaking about the inspiration behind the video, he said, “Riding a motorcycle is one of the most freeing feelings I can think of. It’s freedom to me. I’ve really needed that a lot […] For more, go to: (Source)

Five-piece punk band Spanish Love Songs have released a new music video for, “Self-Destruction (As a Sensible Career Choice)” The track comes off of the band’s third album, Brave Faces Everyone, which was released earlier this year via Pure Noise Records. On the song and video, lead vocalist, Dylan Slocum shares, “This song is about feeling trapped. People like to say ‘it gets better’ about depression or anxiety, but this is about that creeping feeling that it might not. That maybe you’ll be stuck feeling a certain way, or working a job you hate, or with a body you hate, forever.“ “By the time we decided to do another video, the lockdown blues had gotten pretty intense. Being the ultra-positive band that we are, we decided to throw ourselves little solo parties and invited our fans to do the same. four hours of footage later, it turned out we all needed the party more than we knew.” Slocum continues to share about the new record, “Brave Faces Everyone is us honing in on what we think makes our band resonate with people — namely, the feeling that you’re not alone. These are songs about looking outward and finding that, for all our differences, most of us are […] For more, go to: (Source)

girlfriends, the pop-punk duo comprised of Travis Mills (musical artist, Beats 1 Host, actor) and Nick Gross (Big Noise, Gross Labs, Find Your Grind), are celebrating the release of their debut self-titled album today. With production from John Feldmann and inspiration from influential artists like blink-182, 5 Seconds Of Summer, The 1975, Phoenix, and All Time Low, girlfriends are destined to cross boundaries and inspire massive sing-alongs with energetic hooks, fury, and optimistic swagger. “This record has been a long time coming,” shares Mills on today’s release. “It encapsulates all of my teenage despair with a perspective I haven’t been able to articulate until these last 5 years. It’s an exercise in honesty, vulnerability, angst and excitement with nostalgia as the glue that holds it all together. This is my journal entry. This is my life. This is girlfriends”“All the worlds collided between what Feldmann was already doing with his production style and where Travis wanted to go musically,” Nick explains. “It’s been really cool and went really quickly. We wrote close to 20 songs in just a few months.” girlfriends is available to stream today at Fans can celebrate with the guys tonight on Twitch at 7:00 pm PT for the girlfriends x Team Rogue Album Listening Party featuring Dr. Lupo, Travis, Rogue, and more. For more, go to: (Source)

The genre-smashing Bryce Vine and Cheat Codes have teamed up for their new single “Stay,” and they share the official video, directed by Michael Ko and featuring a few familiar faces. Bryce Vine explains, “’Stay’ is a song about instant nostalgia – that feeling of knowing you’re in the middle of experiencing a special time. This music video is a reflection on what it’s like being caught in that moment.”  Cheat Codes have already scored massive hits with Demi Lovato, Fetty Wap, Kaskade, and more, garnering over 4 billion streams to date, and are gearing up for their three-part debut album that showcases the individual personalities of Trevor, Matt and KEVI. The new collaboration reveals another side to both Cheat Codes and Bryce Vine, setting the stage for more exciting, genre-bending pairings to come. For more, go to: (Source)

 Valencia is breaking their silence to celebrate the 10th anniversary of their seminal record Dancing With A Ghost. The band has shared a new single, “Weight of The World,” Dancing With A Ghost (10 Year Deluxe Jawn) features this song along with previously unreleased b-sides and demos from the album, which originally debuted at #11 on the Billboard Heatseekers Chart. The record is available everywhere digitally via I Surrender Records. In addition to Dancing With A Ghost (10 Year Deluxe Jawn), Valencia and I Surrender Records have also launched a limited edition “Weight of The World” 7″ in celebration of the 15th anniversary of This Could Be A Possibility, the band’s debut studio album. The 7” will feature “Weight of The World” as well as an acoustic version of “The Space Between.” It is now available for pre-order in the I Surrender Records webstore: “‘Weight of the World’ is a song that has been floating around for many years in the Valencia camp, but was never fully realized until now,” the band shares. “While looking back at the song we noticed the lyrics are more relevant than ever. The line “At your lowest point you start to see yourself and can begin to grow” really defines the current state we’re living in.”They continue: […] For more, go to: (Source)

Readying themselves to make an indelible mark on the city’s bustling indie scene, Leeds risers Melancholy Ray share punchy new cut ‘Cassette’ Partnering up with Eades’ Dan Clifford-Smith on production duties, the band’s reverb-fuelled effort proves the ideal follow-up to raucous summer anthem ‘New Routine’, with its garage rock sensibilities attracting welcome praise from key industry gatekeepers (Gigwise, Earmilk) alongside their debut spin on the BBC Radio 1 airwaves (Huw Stephens). Discussing their forthcoming single, the four-piece explained: ‘Cassette’ is a bittersweet love song which takes a reflective look back on the summer, whilst embracing the cycles of change that’ll return next year. It’ll make you long for the sun and normality”. For more, go to: (Source)

 Wayside has dropped their brand new single “Cherophobia” which is inspired by elements of indie, 90’s rock & alternative genres. The duo made up of Vocalist Thomas Davenport and Guitarist Josh Ehmer have created a single with huge emotional spirit, driving guitar melodies, and even pop sensibilities creating a sound that is fresh, young, and exciting to a new generation of alternative music fans.  “It’s about believing that I’m the best version of myself when I’m alone. I typically go a little insane when I care a lot for a person, and I don’t like myself when that happens. When I’m alone, no one’s thoughts, words nor actions can influence my mind; There’s also an element of choosing to be alone, rather than settling for something that is mediocre / I’m not certain about,” shares Davenport on today’s release. “I guess the message I’m trying to deliver is that it’s okay to choose yourself, not to settle for something that you’re not certain of. As someone whose feelings can fluctuate a lot, I like the certainty and consistency of just looking after myself.”   “Cherophobia” was recorded & engineered with renowned producer Lachlan Mitchell (The Vines, The Jezabels) at Parliament Studios in Sydney while Callan Orr (Dream on Dreamer/Agnes Manners) mixed […] For more, go to: (Source)

Holding Absence has announced their second album, The Greatest Mistake Of My Life, will be released on April 16, 2021, via Sharptone Records. Fans can get their first taste of the album with the new single “Beyond Belief”, which ties the band’s lifelong musical influences with the energy that has made Holding Absence one of the most exciting bands to come out of the UK in recent years. “We are ecstatic to finally unveil ‘Beyond Belief’ to the world! Just as jumping from black and white into color is a huge change for our band, we believe the transition into ‘Beyond Belief’, and subsequently The Greatest Mistake Of My Life is similarly significant,” shares impassioned frontman Lucas Woodland. “’Beyond Belief’ sees our band embracing the 80’s indie-shoegaze era with both arms, while still gripping firmly onto all the sounds that have made us who we are up until now. A song about love, and the fear of permanence – this really is Holding Absence, like you’ve never heard us before.” Fans can pre-order The Greatest Mistake Of My Life at In the band’s own words, “This album is about telling stories that are presented through the lens of hindsight, regret and looking back. There are songs that celebrate life when faced with death, and others that […] For more, go to: (Source)

Never Loved is shaking things up with the release of “Sunshine.” The new single is shadowy and visceral – reflecting on darker times despite its vibrant title.  Explains vocalist Camm Knopp: “‘Sunshine’ is about wanting change and growth. I wrote this song during a time when I felt stuck in the same cycles and was surrounded by people who weren’t good for me. For a while, I wasn’t even aware of that, and the idea of being where I wanted to be didn’t feel possible. Eventually,I reached a point where I felt like I had the choice to either create the change I wanted or remain where I was at. I used to be afraid of change, but now I trust it’s always for the best.”  Hailing from the sunny shores of South Florida, Never Loved captivates you with choruses & loud, gritty guitars. This four-piece powerhouse is guaranteed to spark your inner adolescence. For more, go to: (Source)

In Josie Man, Identity Pop has found its voice. In a klaxon world of urgency and negativity, Josie’s music is a reminder of the importance to be vulnerable, empathetic, and mindful. A hypnotic performer, with a voice as sweet as honey, Josie wants to bring her quest for kindness to the world, and communicates this through the overarching notion of love; for both herself, and those around her.   A daughter of Hong Kong and Orpington, Josie also seeks to bridge her two cultures through music. “When I was little and surrounded by both my Cantonese-speaking and South East London family, I invented my own language and my own universe of colours and symbols,” Josie shares. “I learnt that there is more than one way to be. Rules of being can be blurred.” Josie’s new single ‘GROW’ is as anthemic as it is introspective  – a touching dose of angel-filled pop that speaks on the need for self-love, support and inner growth – adapting and changing through your life experiences. “I’ve been hurt, lessons learnt but nothing ever grows without it.” The single follows on from Josie’s defiant offering and BBC Introducing’s ‘Track Of The Week’ – “Just Me” – another reminder to stay true to yourself and accept your unique […] For more, go to: (Source)