Brittany Campbell, who for some reason is not yet one of the biggest names in pop music, has released an incredible animated video for her track “Heroes.” The song is the title track from the 2014 album, which we told you about here.
Great song, great performance, great production, and great video. What else could you possibly want?
Jesse Terry is a man on the move. In the past couple of years, after extensive touring in the U.S., he’s made a few surgical strikes overseas, bringing his intimate style of Americana to the UK, eastern Europe, and New Zealand. Now he has set his sights on Italy and will play seven dates across the country starting April 10th (plus a quick stopover in Switzerland, where he will play a return gig at Basel). See the dates below.
And just this week, Terry announced the big news that he’s been added to the Club Stage at the Bonnaroo Festival, which takes place in Manchester, TN, in June. Check here for all the upcoming dates, including a U.S. tour this spring with Rebecca Loebe.
Delta Rae was a relatively new and still-evolving band when they joined OurStage and earned the opportunity to open for Hanson way back in 2010. Since then, they’ve blown up to headlining status, signed a record deal, and are now releasing their second full-length album, After It All. This LP showcases an increasingly rare thing – a band that came together organically, and was given time and room to grow into a unique hybrid of roots-pop, with their classic rock influences shining through a meticulously modern production. Click the album cover to order it now.
Every month, the OurStage community (you) listens and ranks the songs competing on OurStage. Once those songs get to the Finals stage, five grand prize winners are selected. Those winners get featured on the ‘OurStage on Amazing Radio’ show, broadcast from the UK to hundreds of thousands of music fans, both on terrestrial radio in the UK and online around the world. Last month’s show is streaming now. Below are the top five that you’ll hear on this month’s show, but you can preview them now by clicking here for a playlist.
“Burn” by Kristen Marlo
“Old Town” by July Fighter
“Golden Time” by Late Cambrian
“Color Me Bad” by Mooka
“4:26 Minutes of Ass Kickin Sounds” by Artyom
Yonas has been offering free downloads of his new series of remixes, which has already included “Pumped Up Kicks,” “Centuries,” “Blank Space,” “Take Me To Church,” and “Uptown Funk.” Check below to watch the official videos for any and all of those. They’re all gold.
Late yesterday, Yonas dropped the latest entry. This time, he’s taken Mumford & Sons‘ “Believe” in a whole new direction. Listen here, and click through for the download. Look for a new song every other Tuesday (while supplies last).
The Shills have just released a new single, called “Some They Try,” and are now offering it as a free download. The band is celebrating having reached their PledgeMusic goal, with the funds going toward a new album. “Some They Try” is an exciting, upbeat, pop-soul song, but like most Shills material, defies standard categorization. You’ve got to hear it. Get it free here.
Pretty cool. West Coast Shaving shared this image that shows a composite of every member in some well-known bands. Click-bait? Maybe, but pretty good click-bait. Who would have guessed that Bill Wyman would finally turn out to be the dominant Rolling Stone?
After blowing up big in the ’90s with their platinum-selling LP Troublegum, Therapy? went on to explore and push musical boundaries over the course of 10 subsequent releases. Today, our own Amazing Record Co. is proud to release Disquiet, the label’s first full-length album, and one that could be considered a sequel to the landmark Troublegum. Striking a perfect balance between melodic, intelligent, and ferocious, Disquiet finds Therapy? circling back to forge a new path forward from the sound that made them such an enduring and original band.
Out now. Watch the video for the first single, “Still Hurts.”
Lady Lamb the Beekeeper is now officially just Lady Lamb. While we will always silently add “the Beekeeper” in our minds, we understand the move, considering “Lady Lamb” has become the shorthand anyway.
Whatever she’s called, Aly Spaltro, continues to amaze with her deep, dense lyrics, her commanding voice, her aching melodies, and her adventurous production. All of this is on display on her newest album After, which is available now in the US. Europe will have to wait until June 19 to get their copies.
Catch her on tour: