Poliça today shared their rousing, defiant new single “Forget Me Now,” the second from the band’s forthcoming album When We Stay Alive, due out January 31st, 2020, via Memphis Industries. “‘Forget Me Now’ is letting off some steam. It’s about recognizing a pattern of choosing people who can’t love you how you wish to be loved. It’s still remaining very grateful, counting blessings day and night; but don’t confuse being at peace with being a pushover,” says singer Channy Leaneagh. “I think I wrote these words while angry-shoveling this winter. How does it go? ‘Choose a liar once and that’s the liar’s fault; choose a liar three times and it seems maybe I likes liars?’ All the songs are about me and none of them are; this isn’t an excerpt from my diary but it has been many times.”
iamnotshane Reveals Dreamy New Single ” Back To You”
Having gained the acclaim of the likes of Wonderland, Notion and Clash Magazine over the past months, Fast rising LA based pop maverick iamnotshane today reveals stunning new single Back To You. Once again showcasing his unique star quality in the accompanying eye-catching video, Back To You is a dreamy pop song showcasing iamnotshane’s compelling vocals over throbbing beats. Speaking on the deeply personal release, iamnotshane reveals:
‘Back To You is about an imperfect relationship that you try to escape until you realize it has more to do with your own imperfections and not the relationship.’
Clear Eyes – “Let me Know” Feat. Lauren Jauregui & Drew Love of THEY.
Clear Eyes is Jeremy Lloyd, who is one half of platinum-selling duo Marian Hill. Created as a production outlay beyond the well known sound of Marian Hill, songs like this delve into a creative process that’s extended two years. For him the Clear Eyes project is about a feeling of perspective — a moment when you can see everything from far away with a serene clarity. Both Drew and Lauren verses were written when they were really going through it. It’s about how vital it is to communicate your feelings in a relationship, even if it feels like doing so would put everything at risk.
Fresh from a creative slumber, Sydney bedroom-pop act Lannigan have dreamt up a single for the tender hearts and those lost in love with Where Do We Go From Here.
The silky guitars and pillowy synths in Where Do We Go From Here are the perfect support as Lannigan explores the feeling of uncertainty experienced in a relationship when you’re not sure whether staying or going is the right thing to do. His calm but sonorous voice leaves you staring into the ceiling, exhaling, relaxing into the songs charmingly therapeutic vibe.
Exciting young singer-songwriter Adam Rom has released an acoustic version of his latest single ‘Back To You’, out now.
An intimate, stripped-back take on an already emotive track, the acoustic version of ‘Back To You’ delivers a fresh take without losing any of the magic of the original.
Alex Ebert Announces Ambitious Sophomore Album ‘I vs I’, Teases More New Music Coming in 2020
Today, indie folk hitmaker Alex Ebert announces his most expansive album yet: ‘I vs. I’ (out January 31st via Community Music & AWAL). The eclectic collection of songs is a sprawling examination of existence tackling subjects that pre-occupy mankind, from love and sex (“Her Love”, “Fluid”) to the passage of time and the chase for eternal youth (“Automatic Youth”). On ‘I vs. I’, Alex crafts a story about “personal futurism” via the creation of an anti-hero moving through an increasingly unfamiliar world. Tackling these heady topics with a range of sounds just as immense, from the fun-punk sound that fans of Ima Robot are familiar with to more doleful indietronic folk reflections in the vein of Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros, this indie folk mainstay’s second solo record following 2011’s ‘Alexander’ solidifies his place among the pantheon of alternative music’s finest.
THE MAN WHO SHARES OFFICIAL VIDEO FOR “DOWN”
Alt-rock trio The Man Who give a riveting performance of “Down” in the darkly atmospheric official video, released today. Directed by Jen Rosenstein (Bellsaint, Alisan Porter) and shot in the Toronto area, the clip juxtaposes the band’s shadowy performance with an array of brilliant tubes of light suspended above.
Watch The Homesick’s visual for “Kaïn” from ‘The Big Exercise,’ the group’s forthcoming Sub Pop debut
Follow sea creatures on a journey through the circle of life in The Homesick’s psychedelic new visual for “Kaïn,” directed by Melissa Tvetan & Carver Maneese. The song is from The Big Exercise, the group’s label debut, worldwide February 7th, 2020.
KODIE SHANE Shares “2 Many” Music Video | On Tour W/ SAINt JHN!
Not only has Kodie since amassed 64 million streams and views, but she has also achieved widespread acclaim from Hypebeast, Pitchfork, The FADER, Highsnobiety, Paper Magazine, Complex, Vogue, ELLE and more, found her on the cover of publications like Teen Vogue and Galore, while Red Bull produced a documentary about Kodie’s rise.
STREAMY AWARDS GOES HOST-LESS AND INTRODUCES “COLLABORATORS” FOR THE 9TH ANNUAL STREAMY AWARDS
dick clark productions and Tubefilter announced today that the 9th Annual Streamy Awards will go host-less. The show will feature numerous creator led segments emphasizing how diverse and inclusive the world of online video is.
This year’s inaugural collaborators include Emma Chamberlain, Mr. Kate, Rosanna Pansino, Mark Rober, Brandon Rogers, Patrick Starrr and Hannah Stocking. With a combined total of more than 100 million followers across platforms, these top-tier creators span multiple verticals including Beauty, Comedy, First Person, Food, Lifestyle and Science and Education.
Founding Lost Dog Street Band vocalist/guitarist BENJAMIN TOD issued his second solo album, A Heart Of Gold Is Hard To Find, through Anti-Corporate Music this week, where it debuted at #46 on the Billboard Country Album Sales Chart. This has transpired just six months after Lost Dog Street Band’s acclaimed Weight Of A Trigger LP rode the Billboard Bluegrass charts upon its release through the same label in March.
Three-time GRAMMY® Award winning multiplatinum band Maroon 5 have announced dates for their upcoming 2020 U.S. tour produced by Live Nation. These upcoming tour dates mark the biggest U.S. shows of the band’s career, with the group playing iconic venues such as at Wrigley Field, Fenway Park, Citi Field and Banc of California Stadium. The band’s multi-country tour will kick off on May 30th at North Island Credit Union Amphitheatre in Chula Vista, CA. Meghan Trainor will appear on all show dates. Trainor will release her anticipated third studio album entitled Treat Myself, coming January 31st on Epic Records.