Jonas Sees In Color, who earned themselves a spot on the OurStage.com stage at Warped Tour in 2012, are back on the road, hitting some East Coast cities, with more to come in the days ahead. Check out their brand new video for “Slim Jim” and keep your eyes peeled for dates near you.
OS Members Jonas Sees In Color have released their official video for “Black Coffee.”
In keeping with their DIY ethos, Jonas Sees In Color have crafted an insane video for their latest single. The video was created by singer Ryan Downing, who cut the band members out of approximately 10,000 photos, replaced the backgrounds, linked them all together, and then made it all even weirder. You can view the clip below.
Here at OurStage, nothing makes us happier than the opportunity to help our members take their career to the next level. Be it putting on a new competition, sponsoring a tour, or writing about their latest news, we strive to do whatever we can to help our members, and today we could not be more excited to premiere the latest music video from rockers Jonas Sees In Color.
Hailing from North Carolina, Jonas Sees In Color have crafted a unique brand of pop-laced rock and roll that is as catchy and it is likely to induce spontaneous dancing. “Give Me Mine” showcases these skills with a chorus you’ll never forget and a drum section that all but forces your toes to tap along. It’s a feel good jam made for live audiences, and the video captures the band’s engaging performance style brilliantly. You can view the clip below.
OS Members Jonas Sees In Color are currently gearing up for the April 16 release of their new album, Give Me Mine, and to celebrate have released an animated video for their new song “Do The Apocalypse!”
You may remember the gents in Jonas Sees In Color from their appearance on our stage (get it?) on Van’s Warped Tour 2012. They killed it then and all the music off Give Me Mine points to them doing it all over again with this new release. “Do The Apocalypse!” oozes with a sound comparable to mashing 50’s rock and 90s pop punk sensibilities, with soaring vocals and a hook that makes you want to dance. You can view the video, which was animated by member Ryan Downing, below.
Rock and roll legends The Rolling Stones are proving today they still have plenty of hits left in them with the release of a brand new single, “Doom And Gloom.” The song hails from GRRR!, a new greatest hits collection which The Stones will be releasing with the addition of two new tracks in November. You can stream the song below:
Pretty wild, right? “Doom And Gloom” had its official premiere earlier this week on BBC Radio2 and will soon be available stateside through every digital retailer.
If you enjoy The Rolling Stones, check out OS artist Jonas Sees In Color.
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Check out the week’s best Warped Tour moments, on and off the OurStage.com Stage, in our exclusive recap below. Make sure to check out ourstage.com/warped for the full Warped Tour scoop.
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