Whitney Fenimore Embraces Self Love With Her Video For “Find Your Love”
Nashville-based singer-songwriter Whitney Fenimore revisits the soulful and harmonically-rich “Find Your Love” with a brand new music video. Backed by a song about “finding love for yourself in the midst of pain,” the video follows Whitney through two distinct sets: a sunlit beach with her head resting on another’s shoulder, and a dimly-lit room with neon cycling between electric blue and fiery orange. Just as the track showcases her masterful ability to seamlessly blend the genres of rock, pop, and folk, so does the video.
Metal Injection is currently streaming The Serpent’s Root, the debut full-length from Milwaukee-based metallic hardcore unit KNAAVES.
KNAAVES is vocalist Andy Parmann and guitarist Jamie Kerwin (both formerly of Amora Savant), bassist/vocalist Amanda Daniels (formerly of Enabler), and drummer Antonio Ninham (formerly of Die Alone). With the combined influences of its members’ previous bands and modern influences like Axis, Black Breath, and Disfear, KNAAVES’ The Serpent’s Root delivers seven unapologetically heavy tracks of pissed-off grooves, dark, melodic riffs, and emotionally-driven lyrics.
KETTLE OF KITES – Go ‘Supernova’ With New Video // UK Dates This Week
A celtic-inflected cosmic wonder, ‘Supernova’ finds Tom Stearn and co. utilising the organic and electronic to create a complex composition that pulses with hypnotic rhythms and twitching percussion.
With artists from Kraftwerk to Kate Bush having ruminated on the potential for love between man and machine, ‘Supernova’ sees Kettle of Kites carrying the torch for this unusual songwriting tradition with their latest single. In line with the other songs to be found on upcoming album ‘Arrows’, ‘Supernova’ takes inspiration from the works of iconic science fiction writer Isaac Asimov, with this particular track homing-in on one of his classic tales which follows a girl who finds herself falling for a robot.
Serving up a softly emotional neo-soul ballad to help you wind down your Summer ’19, 23-year-old singer-songwriter Ambré shares “fubu,” her new single. Dreamily floating above ethereal woodwinds and emphatic bass, Ambré gently urges the object of her affections to take a break from their obligations and spend some time with her: “I’m for you like FUBU/You’re special like new-new/Let’s just try something new.” Formerly performing under the name Ambré Perkins, the New Orleans-native uses the new single to show off her silken, multi-layered vocals. “fubu” is the first single from Pulp, Ambre’s upcoming debut EP.
BLACK HEART SAINTS Release Official Music Video for “Lines”
Austin, TX based Rock Band BLACK HEART SAINTS has released the official music video for “Lines,” off of their newest EP, Misery. The much anticipated new EP follows the band’s 2017 released LP, Alive. Misery was produced and recorded by Austin music legend Omar Vallejo (Vallejo, MC Overlord, Chris Perez Project) at 512 Studios. The EP contains 3 original songs and 1 cover song (“Addicted to Love” by Robert Palmer).
LIZZO’S “TRUTH HURTS” REACHES #1 SPOT ON BILLBOARD HOT 100
Lizzo’s hit track, “Truth Hurts” has officially reached the top spot on the Billboard Hot 100. This marks the first #1 track for the artist and makes Lizzo one of just three female rappers to reach #1 solo – she joins labelmate Cardi B, who went #1 with “Bodak Yellow,” and Lauryn Hill for “Doo Wop (That Thing).”
Geowulf Share New Track “Lonely”
The track, in true coming-of-age style, is about accepting who you are & going with it. “In a way, “Lonely” epitomises a lot of what this album means to me…” explains Star, who along with Toma have created a real look-in-the-mirror album. Star continues: “A bold and welcomed acceptance of myself and my own company. Feeling less and less like I need the approval of others. That’s one of the many nice things about getting a bit older.”
STRENGTH BETRAYED Release Official Music Video for “War Torn”
Christian Hard Rock Band STRENGTH BETRAYED has released the official music video for their new single, “War Torn,” the title track off of their upcoming EP, due out 9/28/2019.
Away is the new album released by ambient veteran Drifting In Silence. The project’s signature pure tones and bold minimalism return with a shroud of mystery. Just when the environment seems familiar, the entire terrain shifts, revealing what has been hiding in plain sight. The album glows with maturity and gentle attention to sound design.
Away moves slowly but methodically, the smooth swells gradually climaxing in a sublime cascade of sine waves and delicate piano work. Each track is a meditation anchored by deliberate details; enormous, lush textures are balanced with bright electronica (“Breathe”) or soft, thrumming percussion (“Obscure”, “Darkwithin”). Away revels in its use of space and the massive territory allows for Drifting In Silence to photograph with a wide lens, stretching from melancholy to exaltation in its exploration of absence and the transformational effects of time.