tokyo police club, “new blues”

tokyo police club, “new blues”

Tokyo Police Club – the incredible group comprised of Dave Monks, Josh Hooks, Graham Wright and Greg Alsop – released their latest single “New Blues” recently, igniting the passion in their fans hearts once again, as they have been proven to do repeatedly. The single consists of the sound of drums and guitar ringing out in the background. The song has a bit of a slow rock sound to it, and has a markedly different sound from Tokyo Police Club’s previous two albums. “New Blues” shows that the group is trying something more diverse within their music. The group has also announced a three week U.S. tour and – trust us – you do NOT want to miss this.

 

TOUR DATES
04/16 – Minneapolis, MN @ First Avenue
04/17 – Chicago, IL @ Riviera Theatre
04/18 – Detroit, MI @ Royal Oak Music Theatre
04/20 – Columbus, OH @ Express Live!
04/21 – Milwaukee, WI @ Mr. Smalls Theatre
04/22 – Philadelphia, PA @ Electric Factory
04/23 – S. Burlington, VT @ Higher Ground
04/24 – Portland, ME @ State Theatre
04/26 – Boston, MA @ House of Blues
04/27 – New Haven, CT @ College Street Music
04/28 – Brooklyn, NY @ Brooklyn Street
04/29 – Brooklyn, NY @ Brooklyn Street
05/02 – Washington, DC @ 9:30 Club
05/03 – Washington, DC @ 9:30 Club
05/04 – Charlotte, NC @ The Fillmore

Keep up with Tokyo Police Club here.

brittany campbell leaves bread crumbs to debut album with “my garden”

brittany campbell leaves bread crumbs to debut album with “my garden”

With a blossoming career in music, multi-talented singer-songwriter Brittany Campbell is currently on the cast for Chicago’s run of Hamilton and starring in the Netflix series She’s Gotta Have It. The songstress is on the rise in music and nothing will stop her rising career.

Brittany Campbell is getting geared up to release her new album April 28th Stay Gold. From that album is her song “My Garden”, which is a song that gets you to relax. The song has a soulful R&B sound to it and it accompanied by a reggae backdrop. “My Garden” is a great opening to Campbell’s debut album.

Keep your eyes peeled for Stay Gold , which will be released April 28th.

sam himself, “heartphones”

sam himself, “heartphones”

New York based artist Sam Himself has made a name for himself with his new single “Heartphones”. With a classic take on rock, “Heartphones” gives the listener a taste of dreams, hope, and commitment. The song talks about having to take sacrifices to get to where you want to go in life.

“Heartphones” tests the question of how far you are willing to go for something you love. The track is a love song that tugs at your emotions and plays a part in your decision making when it comes to questioning big decisions you have to make in life.

Keep up with Sam Himself here.

alexx mack, “uncomfortable”

alexx mack, “uncomfortable”

Alexx Mack is back with her brand new song titled “Uncomfortable”. The Los Angeles based singer debuted her track after a year long hiatus. “Uncomfortable” is a song about people in relationships that try to bring their partner down instead of lifting them up and encouraging them. The track is all about letting your beliefs that your partner once silenced out and showing that there is more to you than having your dreams questioned.

“Uncomfortable” goes into reclaiming your power instead of letting others bring you down. The song is powerful and makes a statement for those who want to be heard. The track encourages women to show who they are despite what the world says.

Keep up with Alexx Mack here.

fukc, “time to kill”

fukc, “time to kill”

Lemuel Dufez has so far had a relatively strong music career with several fun projects, but after leaving Point Point, Dufez (oka DEVOTED) desired something slightly more challenging. Luckily, he and lifetime acquaintance (vocalist) Billionaire reunited and decided to team up with the new project name FUKC (French-UK-Connection).

FUKC boasts an electronic rock sound that brings a new feel to rock. The band recently released their new single “Time to Kill”, which is a phenomenal track down to the song’s catchy chorus. FUKC puts the duo’s energy on full display at all times, while they prove what they have to take their music to the next level.

Keep up with FUKC here.

**Co-written by Meredith Schneider