Against The Current have released a brand new energetic music video for their latest track ‘good guy’.
Directed by Jade Ehlers, it sees the band perform surrounded by red draped sheets, referencing the ‘red flags’ the song’s lyrics warns about, with vocalist Chrissy Costanza saying it is “all about going from anger to apathy, recognizing that this person that hurt you is too sad to hate…don’t ignore the red flags, trust your gut.”
‘Swoon’ has just been released, the latest single from Tigercub’s upcoming record, ‘The Perfume Of Decay’.
Set for release on June 02, ‘The Perfume of Decay’ will be released via Loosegrove Records, the label co-founded by Pearl Jam guitarist Stone Gossard.
The single release following the release of ‘Play My Favourite Song’ as well as the title track off the coming record.
Describing the new track, frontman Jamie Hall has described its origins, saying:
“When I first moved away from Sunderland to live in Brighton, I thought I would never look back. However, as the years have passed, I’ve grown more and more homesick and have realised my deep yearning to reconnect with my roots in the north of England.
“‘Swoon’ is about uncovering those feelings and addressing them. The track is brooding, dynamic and explosive, a taster of things to come from ‘The Perfume of Decay’.”
Fans have been given a new taste of what to expect from Honey Revenge’s upcoming debut record, ‘Retrovision’ with the release of their latest single, ‘Worst Apology’.
On the song, vocalist Devin Papadol says ““Everyone has received a half assed apology.There’s always someone in your life that won’t change their ways and is surprised when their actions have consequences. “Worst Apology” is about standing up for yourself, seeing through that person’s projection of guilt and lack of accountability.”.
Post-Hardcore quartet Movements have dropped two new singles, ‘Killing Time’ and ‘Lead Pipe’.
Produced by Will Yip, the band describe the tracks as “the perfect introduction to a new era of Movements. These songs incorporate the core values and themes you’d expect from a Movements song — but they’re packaged up in a much different manner.”
On ‘Killing Time’, the band refer to it as “a love song with a dark, self-deprecating undertone. The verses are gritty and dense, the choruses open up into an almost pop-centric singalong before diving into a crushing bridge that exemplifies a love so strong that it can (and probably will) end up killing the narrator.”
Check out ‘Killing Time’ below.
Meanwhile, on ‘Lead Pipe’, they describe it as “a classic mental health track, but one that you probably wouldn’t expect or even realize on first listen. The narrator here is describing the moment they realize their dark past is coming back to haunt them. Something they thought they’d overcome is suddenly knocking at the door and will do anything to get back in. However, this time is different. Our narrator is hellbent on ending that struggle once and for all, and has chosen to fight back instead of give in.”
New Jersey legends The Gaslight Anthem have announced their return to the scene with their latest single, ‘Positive Charge’.
On the new song, lead singer Brian Fallon says “Positive Charge began as a message of joy to ourselves and to our audience. The central theme is about looking at the things you’ve come through and feeling like you want to go ahead with an open heart toward the future, believing that the best years are not behind any of us and the good we have is worth something.”
The latest single is the bands first release in nine years. Their last album, ‘Get Hurt’, was released back in 2014, reaching No.4 on both the US and UK charts.
Hungary-based Atrox Traumais back with their latest music video for “Get out of Publicity” from their album “On The Line Of Nothing And Something”. The official video, produced by Berserker Music Videos, features the band’s signature powerful sound, great riffs, epic atmospheres, and incendiary vocals that have made them a favorite among thrash/death metal fans.
“On The Line Of Nothing And Something” has been praised as a modern masterpiece in the thrash/death metal genre. The album is available on alldigital platformsand can be purchased via the following link.
Atrox Trauma’s “Get out of publicity” music video is not just another metal video; it’s a statement about the political system’s status quo and a call for self-reflection and removal from the public eye. The video’s raw energy and powerful message are sure to resonate with fans of the band and the genre as a whole.
Brighton-based alternative-rock four piece MY-HI are pleased to reveal that their upcoming single ‘Phaser’ will be released on April 28th 2023.
With their upcoming single Phaser, they approached recording in a whole new way. Recorded at Brighton Electric Studios with Alex Gordon (The Cure, Blood Red Shoes, The Xcerts), the track started life as a live session. The guitars were then re-amped through various amps and pedal boards to create the gritty sound they were aiming for.
The song lyrically explores the concept of societal pressures; The constant pressure to perform, stand out amongst the crowd and to be the best version of ourselves.
Discussing the meaning behind the song, lyricist and vocalist Daniel Veal states: “In a landscape strewn with endless financial hurdles, vainglorious boasters and vague, unattainable cliches, it’s easy to get lost in it all. To compare. To lose yourself and your ambition. The lyrics are lightly seasoned with self acceptance, a pinch of urgency and a healthy splodge of diving headfirst into the unknown, unapologetically. It’s important not to lose sight of your aims and to ride the maddening wave through the peaks and troughs of life! Even when you aren’t quite sure of where the hell it’s taking you. I’ve always pictured our brains as this phaser machine. A machine that can manipulate itself to adapt to whatever situation we find ourselves in, even when we are partially unsure of who we are at times. I suppose the song is a low key identity crisis, but from an angle of ‘it’s normal to be completely alienated from your own self’. You’re a phaser, yes you are!”
LA rockers Teenage Wrist have released the video for their latest single “Sunshine” – the first new music from the band since the sophomore album Earth Is A Black Hole which released in 2021. The feel-good track finds them looking towards the light while “letting go of past trauma, being present and finding love inside yourself,” according to front man Marshall Galagher.
“Sunshine” features a backdrop of distorted guitars and melodic riffs that open up for Galagher’s soaring vocals. Exploring the intent behind the song’s uplifting lyrics, he says, “It’s about sharing happiness with someone else, maybe giving in to the impulse to say “fuck it” and letting yourself be free and feel something positive. It’s something new for us; I don’t think there was a single happy song in the Wrist catalog until now and we needed it.”