Wolverhampton, UK rockers Dearist are debuting a live performance video of their song “Colours” which will appear on their new EP ‘Live At Cadman Studios’.
Recorded before the lockdown,’Live At Cadman Studios’ is a treat for music fans missing the gig scene. The band recorded a live session back in 2019 with John Hutchins at Cadman Studios in Stoke-on-Trent, UK. Dearist, who thrive on playing for an audience, wanted to give something back to fans at this tough time.
Dillon Francis and BabyJake’s hot streak continues with the ‘Risky Business’ meets ‘Ferris Bueller’s Day Off’ music video for their latest collaboration “Touch”.
Waking up for yet another day home alone, the “Touch” video cuts between Dillon and BabyJake as morning routines, daily chores and more erupt into untethered solo dance parties and a longing bromance as undeniable as the pair’s musical chemistry, with nods to ‘80s cinema classics on full display.
Alt-pop band Crimson Apple return with their new single, “Break Your Heart Worse” out now.
The release marks the start of a new era for the band, as real-life sisters Colby (lead vocals), Shelby (guitar/vocals), Carthi (bass/vocals), and Faith Benson (drums) tell the story of a twisted relationship gone wrong. “Break Your Heart Worse” follows the release of Crimson Apple’s 6-song EP, Somebody, which debuted in June of 2019.
The Week’s new release, “Bobbie” is out now with the release of a brand new music video, directed by Pooneh Ghana. “Bobbie” is the second single, following This Dance, in an 8-song rollout from the band. It also follows the release of the expanded edition of their debut album Comeback Cadillac.
Cyle Barnes, the lead vocalist, writes about Bobbie, “The song came while we were on tour. To me, it lives in the same world as ‘Brother in the Night.’ It’s an over-exaggeration of character.”
Powerhouse duo Two Friends beam with energy on their dance-pop anthem, “Looking At You,” featuring effervescent vocals from NYC’s Sam Vesso.
“Looking At You” is the latest feel-good bop from lifelong best buds Matt Halper and Eli Sones. Since forming Two Friends in high school, the pair have rocked universities and sold-out crowds alike with their signature brand of pop-infused EDM.