the march divide, “to all my friends”

the march divide, “to all my friends”

Alternative indie rock music project The March Divide – from brainchild Jared Putnam – has a million tour dates ahead of him, but that didn’t stop him from releasing the brand new animated music video for the single “To All My Friends”. The song itself feels like a feel-good 90s indie pop track-meets-alt-rock/pop track from the oughts, and the visuals are brilliant and eye opening, to say the least. Explains Jared of the work:

I reached out to director and animator, Harold Loeffler-Bell, to do some videos for songs from my new album ‘Anticipation Pops.’ Harry really has a way of communicating the songs, in a simple and completely accurate way. Being shielded, while everything is falling down around you, perfectly explains the attitude and emotion of the trilogy of animated videos he created for the songs ‘I Don’t Care,’ ‘Overexposure,’ and now, ‘To All My Friends.’ Sometimes we need some help from our friends, to make it through.

We are lucky enough to be hosting the exclusive premiere of the video, so get your peepers on the work below!

Tour Dates:
09/26/2018: St. Louis, MO @ Heavy Anchor
09/27/2018: Kansas City, MO @ Davey’s Uptown
10/05/2018: San Antonio, TX @ Fralo’s
10/06/2018: Houston, TX @ House Show (w/Brightwire)
10/15/2018: Norman, OK @ Red Brick Bar
10/16/2018: Tulsa, OK @ The Hunt Club
10/17/2018: Oklahoma City, OK @ The Root
10/18/2018: Wichita, KS @ Kirby’s Beer Store
10/19/2018: Colorado Springs, CO @ TBA
10/20/2018: Denver, CO @ Monkey Barrel
10/21/2018: Boulder, CO @ Laughing Goat
10/23/2018: Taos, NM @ Adobe Bar
10/24/2018: Albuquerque, NM @ Red Door Brewing Company
10/25/2018: Montrose, CO @ Intrinzik
10/26/2018: Steamboat Springs, CO @ Auram
10/27/2018: Fallon, NV @ Telegraph
10/28/2018: Reno, NV @ Foxy Olive
10/29/2018: Sedona, AZ @ Vino Di Sedona
10/30/2018: Bisbee, AZ @ The Quarry
10/31/2018: El Paso, TX @ House Show (w/Sleepspent)
11/01/2018: Santa Fe, NM @ Tumbleroot
11/02/2018: Amarillo, TX @ The 806
11/03/2018: Wichita Falls, TX @ Gypsy Uncorked
11/08/2018: San Antonio, TX @ Limelight (Full Band)
11/09/2018: Lubbock, TX @ Downtown Social Club (Full Band)
11/15/2018: San Antonio, TX @ Joe Blues
11/16/2018: San Antonio, TX @ Southtown 101
11/17/2018: San Antonio, TX @ The Point
12/02/2018: San Antonio, TX @ Fralo’s
12/07/2018: Ocean Springs, MS @ Greenhouse on Porter
12/06/2018: Butte La Rose, LA @ Willow Atchafalaya
12/13/2018: Ashville, NC @ French Broad Brewing
12/15/2018: Kansas City, MO @ The KC House
12/16/2018: Oklahoma City, OK @ Sauced
12/18/2018: Tulsa, OK @ The Hunt Club
12/19/2018: Oklahoma City, OK @ The Root
12/20/2018: Dallas, TX @ Adair’s Saloon
12/21/2018: Norman, OK @ Red Brick Bar
12/22/2018: Wichita Falls, TX @ Gypsy Uncorked
12/29/2018: San Antonio, TX @ Fralo’s

Keep up with The March Divide here.

fønx, “come on over”

fønx, “come on over”

Sultry jewel tones fill the room as East Sussex-raised FØNX floods the space with his gorgeous vocals. The simple contrast of black with those tones increases the soulfulness of the track itself, and make it feel a little more like a scene from a boy band video from the 90s.

Keep up with FØNX here.

glass heart string choir, “wildfires”

glass heart string choir, “wildfires”

Seattle-based musical duo Glass Heart String Choir – expertly comprised of Katie Mosehaur and Ian Williams – is ready and revving to release the brand new visual for their single “Wildfires”. Filled with twinkling lights and a magical feeling induced by Williams’ ethereal, wide-ranging vocals, the music video was shot in low light that adds a lustrous, beautiful quality to it all. We’ve got the exclusive premiere of this gorgeous video, and we’d love to share it with you below!

Tour Dates
September 20th // Seattle, WA // Columbia City Theater
September 22nd // Tacoma, WA // Alma Mater
October 5th // Bellingham, WA // Alternative Library
October 25th // Eugene, OR // Sam Bond’s Garage
November 17th // Seattle, WA // Gallery 1412
November 18th // Seattle, WA // Gallery 1412
November 30th // Portland, OR // Artichoke Music

Keep up with Glass Heart String Choir here.

ryder havdale, “partners in crime”

ryder havdale, “partners in crime”

Really into that smooth jazz feel to the 90s? Well, Ryder Havdale has taken some of that and blended it with a more modern dance vibe in new track “Partners In Crime”. A song that boasts perfection in any nightclub setting, the video doesn’t stray from that feeling one bit, as bright colors, ambient lights, and fun moves keep the dance party going. We’ve got the exclusive premiere of that visual, so check it out below!

Keep up with Ryder Havdale here.

theangelcy, “mona lisa (the song)”

theangelcy, “mona lisa (the song)”

Tel Aviv-based indie folk collective theAngelcy – comprised of Maya Lee Roman, Maayan Zimry, Uri Marom, Rotem Bar Or, and Udi Naor – is a jam band if ever we saw one. This is further proven in the brand new music video for their track “Mona Lisa (the song)”. Filled to the brim with a modern take on that 90s nostalgia – we can’t necessarily help it that fashion is going back in that direction now, but we CAN help an all-white background and group dancing – “Mona Lisa (the song)” will inspire you to move this weekend, and we’ve got the exclusive premiere.

Keep up with theAngelcy here.

best music videos of early september 2018

best music videos of early september 2018

This month has been a STUNNER for music videos already, and our inbox is flooded with submissions on the daily. We’ve combed through and done our best to bring you the freshest visuals of the first half of September. Check out new videos from Escape The Fate, Cherryade, Lukas Graham, Taco Mouth, The Bandicoots, Madeline Kenney, Architects, Mac Miller, The RPMs, First Aid Kit, Phobez Apollo, Yoke Lore, and more!