Sheryl Crow releases a new single – “Long Way Back” available via all digital partners from her critically acclaimed album Be Myself. Recently Crow appeared on NBC’s the Today Show in New York City where she performed the song live.
Crow has been touring non-stop in support of her latest album, which marks her return to her rock/pop roots. During her dazzling two-hour plus hit-filled shows, “Long Way Back” appears to have resonated deeply with her audience.
Unity Lewis ft. Rappin’ 4-Tay
The Cold Game music video is a commentary on sad and ever-present, recurring current events, involving the perpetual plight of underprivileged people in the United States. In this video, Unity Lewis plays the role of an individual tormented by visions of police brutality; visions that are repercussions of living in a tense climate between the police and the community. In his vision, he is pushed by paranoia to the edges of insanity.
Sweden’s Francobollo are re-born in their surreal video for ‘Worried Times’
Sweden’s Francobollo are releasing their much-anticipated debut album ‘Long Live Life’ on July 14th. Today they’re sharing a surreal video for new single ‘Worried Times’.
Her is composed of Victor Solf and Simon Carpentier, who are vocalists, songwriters, producers and multi-instrumentalists. Solf and Carpentier, natives of Germany and France, respectively, met while attending high school in France and formed the duo Her a few years later. They wrote, produced and self-released their debut single, “Quite Like,” on SoundCloud in 2015. It attracted an international audience, as listeners were drawn to the mysterious voices behind the track. In 2016, the duo released Her Tape #1, which has garnered over 6 million streams to date. Her quickly became a global success performing sold out tours and festivals in Europe, the U.K. and the United States.
Inspired by New York City’s rapid pace of change, decay and rebirth, and the dichotomy NYC presents of arriving at tranquility though chaos and clutter, “Youth Moose” is a complex collage of sound, delivered through gritty, succinct songs.
Liam Gallagher Shares Video For New Track “Chinatown”
Last week Liam Gallagher debuted another new track from his highly anticipated solo album, As You Were. Gallagher continues to build anticipation for the October 6 release of his debut solo album by sharing the brand new video for the track “Chinatown.” The video was directed by Charlie Lightening for Lightening Films (Paul McCartney, Paul Weller, Kasabian) and was filmed at several locations in London one of which of course was London’s Chinatown area.
A few weeks ago Jezebel premiered the video for “Thunder Thighs,” the first single off of Brooklyn based artist Miss Eaves’ upcoming album, Feminasty (out on August 4th) and the world embraced it with open arms. Her powerful, body positive message seemed to scratch an itch that had been left unattended to for some time now, and she’s ready to follow it up with the release of her second video, “Fuccboi Salute.” (Let me know if you want an early sneak peek) leading into the grand finale … the release of her album.
Leif Erikson have premiered new single “Concrete & Steel”, taken from their self-titled, debut mini-album (which has also been confirmed for a release of August 25th via Arts & Crafts). The band have additionally announced details of their next headline show, which will take place at London’s Oslo on September 7th.
Bad Royale Release Music Video for “All I Can Do” featuring Silver
Bad Royale and Silver release the music video for latest release, “All I Can Do,” out now via Polydor Records.
Delivering a clever and comedic storyline, a great night out turns to disaster for the protagonist, after his girlfriend ditches him for the VIP nightclub lifestyle. In order to win her back, our main character has to traverse his way through the club as he racks up bonus points left and right in this video game adaptation of real life.
Music For Marriage explores the regret, guilt, longing for understanding and exploration into shared and independent histories that sprung from a time of transition, change and crisis eight years into the Hollowells’ marriage. Career shifts, the challenges of new parenthood, questions of creative fulfillment and struggles with the mundane tasks of everyday life opened up questions in the couple’s relationship that couldn’t be ignored. Rather than seek guidance outside of their relationship, the two started to make music together.
Reggae ambassador, Johnny Dread, premieres today the video for his single “Wake Dem Up” on the music portal, Reggaeville. Following the premiere, the video will go live on VEVO and YouTube on July 6 at 12:00 p.m. ET. The video for the reggae infused song, directed by Dread and Isaac Fonseca and produced by DJ Chris (Positive Studio) was filmed at Coco Bongo Eco Lodge in Manzanillo, Costa Rica.
Wolf Alice release new single “Don’t Delete The Kisses” today
Today, London-based rock band, Wolf Alice release their new single “Don’t Delete The Kisses” off of their upcoming sophomore album entitled Visions Of A Life. Zane Lowe also featured the track as his World Record pick today. The album, which is set for release September 29th, 2017 via Dirty Hit/RCA Records is available for pre-order now.
Sweden’s Anevo returns to Dim Mak with “Waking Up,” where Heather Sommer’s captivating vocals are mixed with retro synthesizer riffs and powerful kick drums on this uplifting future bass song.
Lil Yachty is the new cover star for The FADER’s forthcoming Summer Music Issue. He is the third of four covers, following Cardi B and Paramore’s Hayley Williams. The print edition hits newsstands July 25, and can be pre-ordered.
josh pan & ABRA share eerie visual for “give it to ya”
OWSLA producer/singer josh pan has released a surreal visualizer for his new track “give it to ya” featuring vocals from ABRA. Animated by French visual artist Quentin Deronzier, the visualizer follows a mysterious android queen in a dark, Blade Runner-esque world as she prepares for a ritual to bring light to her people. Watch the visualizer below and stream “give it to ya” now via OWSLA.
Rachel Lipsky, Releases New Single, “Dancin’ in the Neon”
Following the release of her new album, Dancin’ In The Neon, singer/songwriter and fearless performer, Rachel Lipsky has released the album’s title track to Country radio; available now through PlayMPE.
Written by Summer Overstreet, and Bob and Clint Moffatt, “Dancin’ In The Neon” is an up-tempo track that inspires Country fans to get up and move. This summer, Lipsky released a custom line dance for the track, choreographed by six-time UCWDC World Line Dance Champion, Jamie Marshall. On July 8, Lipsky will join the world-renowned choreographer in Indianapolis to perform the song in front of hundreds of dancers.
STONE SOUR SHARE 360° PERFORMANCE VIDEO FOR “SOMEBODY STOLE MY EYES”
Breakthrough rock act Stone Sour has shared a 360° performance video for “Somebody Stole My Eyes,” featured on their acclaimed new album, HYDROGRAD. Filmed at Sphere Studios in North Hollywood, CA, the 360° performance video is streaming now on Stone Sour’s official YouTube channel.
Har-Di-Har Premieres Single, “We Must Stand Up”
Har-di-Har is Julie and Andrew Thoreen. Corn-belt raised and married young, this Minneapolis duo has made music together since 2012, but their sound is far from what you might expect. Though rooted in traditional song form, their first full-length record, we will will you, is strikingly abnormal in its execution. It listens as if you were watching an odd, impassioned dream-musical taking place between two people’s subconscious minds…all while they sit together, in real time, quietly at the table.
“Distinguished by the two DaMert’s complimentary vocals and a shimmering, danceable style, they fondly recall the mid-’00s days of Shout Out Louds, Metric and Moonbabies.” – BrooklynVegan
WELSHLY ARMS DEBUT THEIR NEW MUSIC VIDEO FOR “LEGENDARY”
Today, the Cleveland based blues-rock band Welshly Arms have debuted the music video for their breakout single “Legendary”, a soulful gospel inspired song that’s becoming one of this summer’s most powerful anthems. “Legendary” recently surpassed 13 million streams on Spotify, has been featured on numerous influential playlists, and Shazamed over 529,000 times. In their new video, the band—clad in animal masks and toting heavy firepower—hit the road in a classic ride chauffeured by a femme fatale who leads them through Los Angeles on a heist caper. Watch the video via the link below and stay tuned for their new EP coming later this year.