Being As An Ocean - "Alone"
Fans asked for it and they got it. Today, Being As An Ocean announced a co-headlining tour with Counterparts in the fall. Along with this, BAAO have also shared they have partnered with Sharptone Records to release a Deluxe Vinyl Edition of the band’s 2017 independently released, 4th studio album, Waiting For Morning To Come, on September 7th.
The deluxe edition will feature three new songs all on vinyl for the first time and be available in a variety of bundles. One of the three new tracks, "Alone," was released today along with a video directed by Brume.
Pre-order Waiting For Morning To Come Deluxe Vinyl Edition here: beingasanocean.com.
CLICK HERE for upcoming tour dates with Counterparts, Have Mercy and Varials and ticket info.
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Counterparts - "Momentum"
Being As An Ocean weren't the only ones on their upcoming tour to announce some of their new music. Earlier today, Counterparts shared the news of their new EP Private Room, coming Sept. 7th and dropped a music video for their intensely heavy new song “Monument.”
The band’s new EP will be a collection of B-sides from their past two records. Private Room will be a follow-up of the band’s 2017 album, You’re Not You Anymore. Pre-orders for Private Room are available now.
Catch Counterparts on their co-headlining tour this fall with Being As An Ocean with special guests Have Mercy and Varials. CLICK HERE for dates and ticket info.
Greg Holden - "The Power Shift"
This week, critically acclaimed singer/songwriter, Greg Holden, proudly unveiled his new single, “The Power Shift,” a political, call-to-action earworm and arguably, one of his most important efforts to date. Although there was no singular event or figure who inspired Holden to write “The Power Shift,” he uses the song to call out the widespread inequality many Americans endure at the hands of those in power.
This fall, he’ll head back to the states and join forces once again with Butch Walker, providing direct support on his fall U.S. run. CLICK HERE for dates and ticket info.
Lotus Eater - "Break It"
Hopeless Records announced the signing of Scottish gloom-metal band Lotus Eater this week. The band has also released the music video for their brand new track, “Break It”. With the release of the new single, the band become the first heavy British act to sign to Hopeless Records in the label’s 25 year history.
The quintet combine remorseless, down-tuned groove and claustrophobic atmosphere to utterly traumatizing effect. In just two years of forming, the band has already dropped a successful debut self-titled EP (2017) that has won them legions of fans.
PVMNTS - "Chemical Trails"
The Los Angeles-based pop-punk trio known as PVMNTS has been causing quite a stir as they gear up for their debut EP Better Days, due out August 17th. Fans have been asking for new music and the band has answered with the release of the circle pit-inducing track “Chemical Trails”.
Inspired by Ramirez’ battle with anxiety and depression since childhood, Chemical Trails refers to the aftermath of prescription drug use to get through the day. The lyrics visit emotions, memories and thoughts felt throughout the symptoms and withdrawal process of certain drugs, all of which were written during his final relapse of his condition.
Selfish Things - "Hangman"
Toronto-based alternative rock band SELFISH THINGS teamed up with Bring The Noise to premiere the video for their song "Hangman," a cut from their EP Vertical Love which was released earlier this year.
The release of the "Hangman" video comes right before a busy touring schedule for the band kicks off this summer. In addition to supporting The Spill Canvas from July 26-August 11, they will also be playing Warped Tour July 17th at The Flats at Budweiser Stage on The Lemmon Stage.
CLICK HERE for upcoming tour dates and ticket info with The Spill Canvas.
The Home Team - "Since We All Fell Apart"
Seattle pop-punk outfit, The Home Team, have released a music video for their brand new track, "Since We All Fell Apart." The track is the fourth single the band has released this year and also the fourth single off their debut label LP, Better Off. The music video premiered today at New Noise Magazine.
The Home Team will performing their album release show on July 28th in Seattle, WA at The Vera Project. They will be joined by Beyond The Woods, Demon In Me, Dead Lakes, and label mates AVOID. Fans can purchase tickets here.
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