French rockers Yojimbo have dropped a new live video for their track, ‘Battlefield’.
2 years and a half after their official inception, the band are about to release their debut EP planned for a digital release on March 26th through all streaming services (Apple Music, Spotify, Deezer, etc.).
In the meantime, the band offers a first glimpse from this record with the live video rendition of the single “Battleffield”.
Peach Martine shares a new video of her performing her brand new single, “I Would Have Given You the Moon.” Filmed at the OneRPM Studios in New York City, Peach performs a passionate rendition of the piano ballad. The stripped-back live performance video pays homage to the song’s original roots as a viral TikTok video that featured Peach in her bedroom with just her piano.
Peach Martine is a singer/songwriter based in Miami. She has captured the hearts of millions with her clever, vulnerable songwriting that tackles the highs and lows of being a young woman in today’s world. Highly influenced by her hometown of Cleveland — the ‘Birthplace of Rock N Roll’ — Peach grew up listening to artists such as The Rolling Stones, Led Zeppelin, Dolly Parton, ABBA and The Beatles, as well as modern mainstream acts like Taylor Swift, Lady Gaga and Lana Del Rey, all of which have influenced her unique sound. She plays multiple instruments, including piano, guitar, violin, electric bass and harmonica. At just 16, she was invited on American Idol where she astounded the judges with her original song performance and landed a golden ticket to Hollywood. Still in high school at the time, she decided instead to hit the road with High School Nation, which gave her a glimpse into life of a touring musician.
Peach made a splash last year with the release of her debut album, Love, Peach,which amassed millions of cumulative streams. With a dedicated fanbase across Instagram and TikTok, it’s only a matter of time before Peach Martine becomes a household name.
Check out the video for ‘I Would Have Given You The Moon’ below or stream the track via your preferred service.
After the successful album release of And Then There Were None in 2021, proving LIVLØS to be one of the most exciting up-and-coming acts in melodic death metal, the band chimes back in with the release of “Serpentine Supremacy” and the official live music video, filmed at their And Then There Were None release show in October 2021 in Copenhagen, Denmark’s Pumpehuset.
LIVLØS on “Serpentine Supremacy”: “We had such an amazing time playing the release show for our new album, that we just had to share it with all of you! Pairing those shots with our 3-minute feral ‘Serpentine Supremacy’ seemed like the obvious choice for bringing the intensity of that night to the silver screen!”
Check out the live video for ‘Serpentine Supremacy’ below.
Earlier in 2021 Welsh faves Holding Absence performed their latest record, ‘The Greatest Mistake Of My Life’ in full as part of a very special livestream.
As they kicked off their supporting slot for Creeper, they shared a video for ‘Drugs And Love’ and what a choice it was.
Vocalist Lucas Woodland had this to say about the drop:
“We are once again super excited to show you guys some more footage from our live-streamed album-in-full performance from earlier this year! Drugs and Love is one of our favourite songs on the record, and we’re hyped to release this version for everyone to enjoy.”
PVRIS have been making their performances on the gaming circuit recently, where the latest performance have been at the VALORANT Champions Finals.
In one of those performances, Pvris’s own Lynn Gunn performed ‘Sacrificial’ alongside Rezz as well as her own track ‘Monster’, and aside from the vocals being top notch, it was the visuals that took it to the next level.