Wednesday, November 13, 2019

Watch: No Vacation and Okey Dokey Drop New Single/Video "Really Truly"

San Francisco/Brooklyn indie pop/dream pop/surf band No Vacation and Nashville folk-pop duo Okey Dokey have dropped the video for their collaborative track "Really Truly".

Kicking off with a quaint sluggishness, “Really Truly” seems to beckon the slow-paced moods of summer before slipping into an upbeat, disjointed phrase cloaked with the calls-and-responses of the groups’ respective singers. Supple and warm synth tones pepper the song with a comforting pulse, guiding the listener through its delicate, ethereal passages to its skittering, hopeful coda.

Watch/listen below.



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Watch: Death By Denim Reveal New Single/Video "Drone"

Perth-based rock/synth/indie band Death By Denim have revealed the  video for their hazy new single "Drone".

The song is out now and is taken from the band's upcoming EP 'Year Long Minute', set to be released on November 22nd. Buy it here.

"The constant polarity of driving guitars, sun-soaked synthesizers and laid-back beats set the undertone of a mind with conflicting sentiments over a broken relationship and foggy future," says guitarist Pallé Mazzulla on the single.

The video was directed and edited by George Gunson. Watch it below.



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New Entry: Children Collide Unleash New Single "Aurora"

Melbourne post punk/krautrock/indie rock band Children Collide have unleashed their new single "Aurora".

The song is the first taste of the band's upcoming fourth studio album, set to arrive on early 2020 via Spinning Top Music.

Returning with a post-punk charge and the unmistakable trademarks of Children Collide, Aurora is a love letter to humanity’s grand illusions. “I kept listening back to the demo and remembering how much fun it was playing this kind of music,” says vocalist / guitarist Johnny Mackay of the track. 

“It was originally written for our third album Monument, so it’s felt like unfinished business ever since and a big part of the reason we made another album. In the end if felt like it was burning a hole in my hard drive, so we had to put it out.”

“I never really stopped writing music that felt like it belonged to Children Collide.  In 2014 Heath, Ryan and I jammed and did a couple of shows and remembered how much fun it was to play that stuff together. The idea of a fourth album was thrown around in those sessions, but we were all busy pursuing our own paths,” he adds.

Stream it below.



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