Sydney indie rock/pop band Planet have revealed their new single "Reason Why".
About the song, frontman Matty Took said: “I wrote Reason Why about five years ago. Lyrically it’s all about uncertainty, imbalance, mental confusion and being uninspired. Melodically, it is dreamy and flowing, which counteracts with the duelling riff that smacks you in the face."
Sydney via Wollongong new wave/synth punk DROVES have unveiled their new single "Retribution".
With a futuristic look at New Wave Punk, DROVES have drawn comparisons to early New Order, The Eurythmics and The Cure.
"Retribution is the first instalment of many songs to come that challenge the established concept of society through an ironic blend of pop-hooks and dark imagery," says the band's frontman, Phil Spiteri, pinpointing those strong, chanting hooks that seem to define the single's anthemic pace. "The song was inspired by the complete free reign that the rich are given to dig up and spit out the planet."
NYC disco duo Holy Ghost! (aka Nick Millhiser and Alex Frankel) have unleashed the video for their current single "Heaven Knows What".
The song, which started its life as a demo for the Safdie Brothers' 2014 movie of the same name, is taken from their third full-length 'Work', which came out in June via West End Records. Grab your copy here.
The video was directed by Will Janowitz, starring Michael Imperioli of ‘The Sopranos’. Holy Ghost! frontman Alex Frankel wrote of the video, “I was in Los Angeles for a work trip but by a pool and was thinking about what visuals would work for “Heaven Knows What,” a song I wrote about getting things wrong with people you care about and the feedback loop of human apology as a concept. I called Will Janowitz, who is a genius, and asked if he and Michael Imperioli — another genius — might be up for conveying the feeling of being stuck in a loop of sorry. I’m a huge, huge fan of Michael’s work both as an actor and a writer and director and the same for Will. So I was feverishly grateful when they were down. From then on, Nick Millhiser and I basically acted as producers, while Will led creatively. Jesse Cain came on as DP. And Isabel Freeman came on as editor. With the help of our friedns — and our new friend, Michael’s amazing son and co-star Vadim — we made something that feels right to me. Finally. And the loop was broken..”