the entire month of february was a snowstorm, but it produced some amazing music videos

the entire month of february was a snowstorm, but it produced some amazing music videos

February has been quite the whirlwind. Between incredibly busy schedules and hoards of snowstorms – mother nature is really wreaking havoc on North America right now, in case you haven’t heard – we have found solace in the music video world. Below, find a collection of some of our favorite new music videos that were released this month. You’re guaranteed to fall in love with at least two new discoveries.

the sluts @ the truman

the sluts @ the truman

On Valentine’s Day, Lawrence, KS favorites The Sluts opened for FIDLAR at 96.5 The Buzz’s holiday show at The Truman. Entertaining as ever, the duo Kristoffer Dover and Ryan Wise injected an intense energy into the audience, making it easy to blow FIDLAR away when they hit the stage. KC, we love you.

sir sly @ recordbar

sir sly @ recordbar

On Saturday, February 10th, Sir Sly made an appearance at recordBar in Kansas City as the headliner of Afentra’s VD Show. The room was at capacity, and the energy was absolutely insane. Check out the photos we could get from side stage, while the crowd went wild.

lovey dovey shit

lovey dovey shit

This playlist is for those of you who are totally feelin’ it. Whether you’re in a relationship, happily single, celebrating with your closest friends, or otherwise, today is a day to CELEBRATE LOVE AROUND THE WORLD! So check out our new playlist featuring some of your favs, and check back all day for more additions to it!

anti-valentine’s day parade

anti-valentine’s day parade

Your favorite crew here at Imperfect Fifth put together a mish mosh of songs that are perfect for the humans who are SO against the lovey dovey antics of Valentine’s Day, that they just want to listen to sad/angry music. There are a lot of goodies in here, with more to come all day! So check back a few times and see what gets added as we dance our way through the darkness… 😉

the jacks drop “hello my friend”

the jacks drop “hello my friend”

The Jacks – a rock n’ roll band from Southern California featuring Jonny Stanback on vocals and rhythm guitar, Scott Stone on bass guitar, Tom Hunter on lead guitar, and Josh Roossinn on percussion and drums – has just released their new single “Hello My Friend” from their upcoming self-titled EP.  The song is about watching someone close to you, such as a friend or family member, go through a lot of life changes. The song is about that person getting prepared for the unknown. “Hello My Friend” gives the listener a taste of 90s rock n’ roll. If you are into that rock, this song is just for you.

The Jacks are poised to have a long career in music. If you enjoy “Hello My Friend” check out The Jacks’ self-titled EP coming this March. Keep up with the band here.

sway clarke, “friend zone”

sway clarke, “friend zone”

Unrequited love can be difficult. It can be especially difficult when it comes to having any romantic feelings for one of your friends. Getting placed in the friend zone is a spot that nearly everyone wants to avoid, a place that does not make you feel like you will ever be set free. In his latest song “Friend Zone”, Sway Clarke captivates the feelings of being placed in the friend zone.

Even though the song is titled “Friend Zone”, it takes a different approach to what being in the friend zone is truly like. The song is about your significant other breaking up with you for someone else. Even though your significant other broke up with you, the four word line is used: “Let’s just be friends”.

The song has a unique tone to it. In the song Sway Clarke reminds us what it is like to be exiled to the friend zone. With his song “Friend Zone”, Sway Clarke proves why he is a force to be reckoned with in music.

Keep up with Sway Clarke here.