Music Monday: Fuel, Journey, Pushing Daizies & Lucii, Rival Karma, and Mayer Malik

Multi-Platinum alternative rock icons Fuel announced the upcoming release of their first album in 18 years, ANOMALY, due out in October, 2021. The 11 original tracks were written by songwriter/guitarist Carl Bell reunited with original Fuel drummer  Kevin Miller, accompanied by new singer John Corsale [lead vocals, guitar], Mark Klotz [guitar, vocals], and Tommy Nat [bass, vocals].

Journey share their new song “The Way We Used To Be.” The song is the multi-platinum band’s first new music since 2011’s album Eclipse, and the first song released by the band’s revamped lineup featuring Neal Schon (lead guitar, backing vocals), Jonathan Cain (keyboards, backing vocals), Arnel Pineda (lead vocals), Randy Jackson (bass), Narada Michael Walden (drums) and Jason Derlatka (keyboards, backing vocals). “The Way We Used To Be” marks Walden and Derlatka’s first studio recordings with the band, and Jackson’s first since 1986’s Raised On Radio. The song was produced by Narada Michael Walden at his Tarpan Studios, with co-production by Neal Schon and Jonathan Cain. 

Pushing Daizies return to Dim Mak with one of their most meaningful releases yet – and a big announcement that reveals the artist duo behind the mysterious project. “I Miss You” features singer/songwriter/producer Lucii, with earlier releases on Subsidia and WAKAAN under her belt, whose velvety vocals croon out lyrics about missing all of someone – the good and the bad parts.

London-based “Ninja Rock” duo Rival Karma release their punchy new single “Honey!”, from their sophomore upcoming EP.

Honey! is the opening track of the E.P, so while it is musically upbeat,  it is about the particular regret of not speaking up about the way you truly feel about someone… a lover, a soulmate, a friend, a relative.”

Global citizen and singer-songwriter Mayer Malik gets raw and honest in his upcoming single, “Sensitive”. An emotionally charged story told through the male perspective, the mid-tempo pop track describes the end of a romantic relationship due to a breakdown in communication.

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