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

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

Music
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...
Hellogoodbye tell us all about their comeback

Hellogoodbye tell us all about their comeback

Music
If you're a Warped Tour veteran, you've probably heard of Hellogoodbye, let's face it ... who hasn't? and if you've been through your emo phase, well .. you've learnt the lyrics to Here (In Your Arms) and you sang them out loud to your friends at least a thousand times. One of the latest act to be announced, Hellogoodbye will co-headline the Marshall stage with Plain White T's this year at Slam Dunk to promote the new album S'Only Natural! But don't fear if you can't make it to the festival. The band will play a few shows around the UK which you can find out more about down below. The Voice of London had a little chat with lead singer Forrest Kline. What has the band up to? What is the message behind "S'Only Natural"? Read it all about here: You guys are playing Slam Dunk, how ...
From “Old Bones” to “Paradise” with Broadside

From “Old Bones” to “Paradise” with Broadside

Entertainment, Exhibition, Uncategorized
It happened. The Voice of London sat down with Ollie and Dorian from Broadside to discuss about Paradise, their first ever festival in the UK and dealing with life after Warped Tour. You just played your last set at Slam Dunk, how was it? Dorian: It was great, fun. I am not entirely sure about what happened, but they put these gates up to the left of our stage to keep people coming and then they locked up? I think we reached capacity or something, but I also saw people waiting outside the gates. Oliver: The energy was good, it was probably our biggest crowd we played to, but then again, it's hard to say. Dorian: Day 1 even was surprising for us. Oliver: Maybe Slam Dunk in general. It was more of a consolidated area. There was definitely 800 people every day, for sure. Dor...
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