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FutureStarrShinedown Shares Music Official Video For New Single
Shinedown (Brent Smith, Zach Myers, Eric Bass and Barry Kerch), multi-platinum rock icons have cemented a place for themselves as one of rock music's most vital and forward-thinking acts, praised for their uncompromising honesty and universal messages that transcend borders.
Following a run of sold-out arena tours and festival headlining performances, Shinedown are back with an official video for their single "Daylight," taken from their critically acclaimed album Planet Zero.
Bassist, pop singer, and DJ Blu DeTiger has released a brand-new single and video that you should check out. Her upbeat track 'Elevator' gets you moving while transporting you into her world of gang vocals.
For this single, she recruited director Christina Bryson to craft an innovative and entertaining video that complements the track's most remarkable musical feature. Shot inside a monochrome elevator, the video stars stars such as Rebecca Black, Uffie, Alexander 23, Gavin Bennett from Bad Suns, influencer Vinnie Hacker - plus one special brother!
The song itself is the highlight of this performance - an upbeat, catchy tune with an infectious bass line that showcases Brooklyn-based artist's talent as much as an instrumental. Check out her music video for 'Elevator' above and listen to the track on her official website; don't miss her acoustic cover of All Time Low's 'Monsters' either - one of the best renditions we've heard in some time.
Actor-musician Caleb Landry Jones is renowned for his roles as Caleb Landry Jones (X-Men: First Class, Get Out, Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri). However, it's his music which he finds most rewarding; it allows him to process life's many ups and downs.
After years of trying to live without making music, Jones found inspiration at the end of last year when he returned to Los Angeles' Valentine Recording Studios - birthplace of records by The Beach Boys and Frank Zappa - for his latest recording session. Joined by producer Nic Jodoin and Drew Erickson behind the mic, Jones recorded Gadzooks Vol. 2, due out November 4th via Sacred Bones with first single "Touchdown Yolk" available now to stream.
The result is both soothing and unnerving, conjuring up images of being lost at a carnival: scared but full of wonder. The music's disorienting rhythms are punctuated with ambient stops and starts that carry an infectious piano note with its circus-like melody; fluttery guitars provide additional layers while ever-shifting drum patterns provide a distinctive soundscape throughout the track.
The result is an enchanting album that puts Jones in a long line of outsider artists - many with only a thin connection to reality - who have managed to reach into the cosmic realms of imagination and create stunning musical masterpieces. It's truly beautiful, something Jones hopes will continue to grow as his acting and music careers merge. Check out SHINEDOWN Shares Music Official Video For New Single below!
Bruce may not be as showy as some of the other musicians in this video, but there's no denying his power. His vocals are captivating and his guitar playing is as fierce as ever - making this song one of the highlights from his latest album Born to Run.
His guitar work starts out minimal and delicate, but as the song progresses it grows in both volume and intensity. It serves as a perfect introduction to the album, leading up to "You Can Look (But You Better Not Touch)," Bruce's first real attempt at stretching outside his comfort zone.
The song is a rockabilly takeoff of the Chiffons classic and it's an energetic blast. It features plenty of energy and exuberance, plus an amazing sax solo that will leave you sax-tastic. Plus, it serves as a good reminder that Bruce was truly rock 'n' roll before he became famous as pop superstar.
The only downfall to this song is that it takes a while to get going and the melody isn't quite as memorable as Bruce's other hits. However, the guitar riff makes for an interesting choice for this track and one of the best cuts on the record; an example of music's capacity for conveying emotion without words.
James Blunt, the multi-platinum selling and GRAMMY nominated British singer/songwriter, has released a music video to the song "The Greatest," from his latest album Once Upon A Mind. Directed by Jacob Wise, it stars "the young, brave (and powerful)" people mentioned in the lyrics of the track.
This single is a poignant piano lead ballad that pays tribute to those selfless individuals who strive to help those in need. With its beautiful melody and touching message, you're sure to sing along from the first note until you're brought to tears of joy.
Shinedown are known for their raw and intense rock sound, but on ATTENTION ATTENTION they have chosen to make the record more melodic and emotional than ever before. The first song "Pick Up The Phone" showcases an engaging lyric that will have listeners engaged from the start.
The song's haunting lyrics create the feeling that someone has a deep voice and is singing to you in a whisper. In the music video, we see someone standing atop what appears to be covered in snow on a mountainside. The video begins black screen then cuts away to show snowfall falling and trees silhouettes before zooming in on a male silhouette at 0:09; creating mystery around their character while making it tense.
This music video has an atmospheric, chilling vibe - ideal for rock fans who appreciate good songs with some emotion. We recommend watching and listening to the song yourself; hopefully it'll become part of your playlist soon!