Covet - "shibuya" (ft. San Holo)
Covet, the Bay Area instrumental trio featuring Yvette Young, David Adamiak and Forrest Rice, have announced they will release their new album effloresce on July 13 via Triple Crown Records.
Giving fans and newcomers an early preview of the six-song offering, the band shared a video for “shibuya” which features Dutch musician San Holo.
Pre-orders for effloresce, which include an instant download of “Shibuya,” are available now: http://smarturl.it/effloresce
John Mayer - "New Light"
Coming in for the win this week was John Mayer. The solo musician released a new song titled "New Light" and included an overly cheesy yet funny video. Mayer shared this when the video went live: "I needed to make a video for New Light but nobody could agree on a budget. (MUSIC INDUSTRY amirite?) So I went to a place downtown and made this with a company that usually does birthday and Bar Mitzvah videos."
Names Without Numbers - "Goodnight"
Omaha rock quintet Names Without Numbers have released a lyric video for new single "Goodnight" via Indie Vision Music. The band has also launched an IndieGoGo campaign to fund their upcoming album.
The first new single from Names Without Numbers since their signing to Indie Vision Music, "Goodnight" is an indefectible combination of indie-rock, raw emotion and pop-punk energy, with the track illuminating the anguish that comes with a final farewell.
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Polyphia - "G.O.A.T."
This week Polyphia released a new single with a perfect fitting title, "G.O.A.T." The band announced their newest video with a very confident message: "Today we’d like to celebrate not only being the biggest, but also the best metal band in the world by giving you our new single G.O.A.T., which obviously stands for Greatest Of All Time, because we are obviously the greatest of all time."
Right On, Kid - "Clarity"
Albuquerque pop-punk quintet Right On, Kid released a new EP Forever Missing Out via Manic Kat Records earlier this month and to help promote the new music the band released a new video for their song "Clarity."
Right On, Kid! is known for taking influence from pop-punk’s forefathers while delivering a raw, gritty and unapologetic sound, underpinned by a blend of youthful exuberance and impressive cohesion, delivered with the up-tempo energy of many of their modern contemporaries.
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The Get Up Kids - "Better This Way"
Back and better than ever (almost) is everyone's favorite true emo band, The Get Up Kids. The band premiered another single this week titled "Better This Way" which can be found on their upcoming EP Kicker, available everywhere June 8th via Polyvinyl Records.
Pre-order Kicker HERE!
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