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Crown The Empire on their most personal album “Sudden Sky”

Crown The Empire on their most personal album “Sudden Sky”

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Crown The Empire are set to release their 4th studio album "Sudden Sky", their "most personal album ever created", as described by guitarist Brandon Hoover. While working on the new album vocalist/keyboardist Andy Leo released a demo of a song that he had written that was deemed "too sad" to be on the new album. The song, "Everything Breaks" can be found on Dropbox for free download. Soon after, the band released an official version of the track "20/20", followed by "what am i" and "Sudden Sky". The latest video for "MZRY" is out now and you can watch it below https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=USLoXTv-Nzs We had a chat with Brandon about everything you need to know about Sudden Sky, their feelings towards society and the world, and being outspoken You mentioned "Sudden Sky" desc...
“We have always been doomed” say The Bottom Line. Or maybe not …

“We have always been doomed” say The Bottom Line. Or maybe not …

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The Bottom Line are back in town to present the work they're probably most proud of: No Vacation. the band are ready to prove that they're ready to play the game. ‘No Vacation’ has received a lot of support especially from Kerrang! Radio and Magazine, Rock Sound Magazine and BBC Radio 1. Recent singles ‘Gone’ and ‘In Your Memory’ have received multiple plays across various radio station, and in The Bottom Line’s first video single ‘Reasons’ you can see cameos from Fever 333, Neck Deep, Mayday Parade, The Faim, Simple Plan and more which they filmed at Download Fest in 2018. We met them backstage at Thousand Island in North London, on their last day of tour, the pressure is high but so is the energy. "No Vacation" is out. What was the process behind it? Max: We had actually a l
Selfish Things release “PRIDE”

Selfish Things release “PRIDE”

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Toronto 4-piece Selfish Things have premiered their brand new single 'Pride' on Kerrang.com. “Pride came to fruition after one of the strangest nights of my life. I was surrounded by people at an incredibly bougie Hollywood afterparty who placed value in stature and clout instead of morality and kindness. The world is increasingly disconnected and I woke up the next morning feeling sick to my stomach and isolated. The song defines what it feels like to be the odd man out in a place you don’t belong.” says singer Alex Biro. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gq4-oDCpSWw Selfish Things are currently on tour in the US supporting Set It Off. You can see the band at the following dates: 28th June - The Webster Hartford, CT 29th June - Canal Club Richmond, VA 2nd July - The Met Pa
Get to know Charlotte …

Get to know Charlotte …

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Charlotte is definitely this year's revelation. After 1 million streams and a brand new EP, get to know the artist and what inspires her, social media, stripping back her sets as well as some fire questions. Nervous has been streamed 1 million times on Spotify. As an upcoming singer, what does it mean to you? How did you celebrate? That blew my mind, I didn’t think that would happen this early in my career and certainly not that soon after putting the song out. I celebrated by sightseeing in Paris before playing a show there! I’m yet to properly celebrate as I’ve been on tour but I’m sure once I get back home to my mates we’ll be heading straight to the pub for a celebratory pint. “Nowhere To Hide” is out now. You have the catchy melody, meaningful lyrics, the soul and the gre
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