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Remember Jones Releases "Fat Jeans"
After a year of isolation took a toll on our collective minds and bodies, New Jersey native Remember Jones is here with a feel-good, body positive anthem "fat jeans," along with its playful video animated by Tyler March. Featuring horns from Turkuaz, the relatable track promises to boost your mood and make you move. Through an animated video, which unites all couch and screen-lovers alike, Remember Jones hopes to put you back on the dance floor feeling your best, most authentic self.
David Duchovny To Release Third Album "Gestureland"
(NEW YORK, NY) -- David Duchovny will release his third album Gestureland on August 20th (GMG/King Baby). This is the follow-up to Every Third Thought (2018) that All Music called “eloquent, alt-rock-kissed country-folk in the vein of Wilco and the Wallflowers."
winterforever Releases Debut Full-Length Album
winterforever is a post-hardcore band from Boise, Idaho. What started as a small side project in 2018 quickly grew into something much bigger than it was ever supposed to be. The band's first full-length album, LÆVITAS was produced, engineered, mixed, and mastered by Nathan Hussey of All Get Out and is now available on all major streaming platforms.
America Jayne Releases "Redecorate"
Indie-rock songstress America Jayne prides herself on being just that, only and proudly herself. Her ability to channel huge, year-long feelings into 3 minutes allows her to communicate even the toughest subjects, like owning her queer sexuality. Her next single and lyric video "Redecorate" encapsulates a frustrating feeling of trying everything in your power to get someone to stay. The chorus creates an enormous cacophony of desperate pleas as vocals roughen, guitar blares, and drums relentlessly pulse on.
Dream Theater's James LaBrie Voices The Role Of Evil Record Executive On "Have A Cigar" From New Tribute To Pink Floyd Album
(LOS ANGELES, CA) -- One of the most iconic characters ever created in song - the smarmy, nefarious record executive dreamt up by Roger Waters for Pink Floyd’s 1975 single “Have A Cigar,” who infamously asked “Which one’s Pink?” - is being brought to life in a whole new way, courtesy of the legendary voice of prog metal superstars Dream Theater, James LaBrie, and a spectacular new concept video from award-winning director Vicente Cordero of Industrialism Films.
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