New Orleans Alternative Rock band The Revivalists have released a new music video for the song ‘Change‘. The track is off of their fourth studio album Take Good Care, with the music video filmed at Meow Wolf’s spellbinding House of Eternal Return. The art collective that is backed by Game of Thrones author George R.R. Martin. ‘Change‘ is already a Top 3 Triple A radio hit and is quickly climbing Alternative radio charts! So check out below the very trippy and colorful video below that’s directed by Zev Deans who has also directed videos for St. Vincent and Ghost. I have also listed The Revivalists upcoming tour dates as well so be sure to check them out on the road! The band has sold out dates in St. Louis, New Orleans, Austin and Downers Grove already. Check out the full list of dates below.
THE REVIVALISTS 2019 TOUR DATES –
3/8 — Madison, WI, The Sylvee 3/9 — St. Paul, MN, Palace Theatre 3/10 — Milwaukee, WI, Riverside Theatre 3/13 — Tucson, AZ, Rialto Theatre 3/15 — Tempe, AZ, Marquee Theatre 3/16 — Las Vegas, NV, The Chelsea Theatre 3/23 — St. Louis, MO, The Pageant 3/25 — Downers Grove, IL Tivoli Theatre: Classic Cinemas 3/27 — Dallas, TX, South Side Ballroom 3/29 — Houston, TX, Revention Music Center 3/30 — Austin, TX, Stubb’s BBQ 3/31 — Austin, TX, Stubb’s BBQ 4/3 — Orlando, FL, House of Blues 4/5 — St. Petersburg, FL, Jannus Live 4/6 — Key West, FL, Key West Amphitheater 4/28 — Panama City Beach Florida, Sandjam Fest 5/02 — New Orleans, LA, The Fillmore New Orleans 5/19 — Columbia, MD, DC 101 Kerfuffle
Melbourne garage band and psych-rockers, Money For Rope have released an artsy video for their new single ‘Actually’. The track is lifted from their upcoming album ‘Picture Us’ which is due out on March 8th, is in full black and white, fast paced and created in one night by one of the the bands two drummers (yes, I said the band has two drummers), Eric Serba. It features a series of sequential photos taken at the bands rehearsal space.
Speaking about the process, Scerba says; “The photos were very much on the fly although I had an idea of what I wanted it to look like. It was pretty much impossible to know the timing of everything, but there’s a part in the song where the crash hits with a shot of me hitting the crash and it just worked.Sometimes that shit happens. There’s a kinda psychedelic aspect to it all which I liked –using the images to do different things like capture some of us in two places at once. The black and white makes it more nightmarish. We wanted to have all the shots happen at once so it had a constant flow of momentum.The hardest part was editing,as 25 frames a second doesn’t match the song’s bpm.”
View the fun and unique clip for ‘Actually’ below and to learn more aboutthe band ‘Money For Rope’ as well as pre-order ‘Picture Us’…
The Bastille boys have done it again, my favorite band has a knack for surprising us fans with music out of the blue and in this case beautiful shot soundcheck videos! If you haven’t seen Bad News it’s linked.
So with only a day of warning my favorite South London based band released the amazingly cinematic live performance version of their latest single Quarter Past Midnight. It was filmed during soundcheck at the Royal Albert Hall in London on the bands’ ReORCHESTRATED tour.
The video not only beautifully shot but well edited is interspersed with clips from the actual live show. All which help to not only capture the high energy and freneticism of a Quarter Past Midnight but a Bastille live show as well. It also features a bigger glimpse into the choir and the orchestra that was a major part of the ReORCHESTRATED tour for those who could not be apart. But don’t only take my word for it. Go watch now below …
…We filmed this during soundcheck on the day of our R.A.H. gig. It was probably one of my favourite days & I still can’t believe how lucky we were being able to play with that many brilliant musicians. Hope you like it.
Yesterday I had the absolute pleasure of attending Spotify’s Fans First event for James Bay at Hubble Studio. The invite was sent out a few days ago to Spotify listeners that apparently stream James Bay a lot in the Los Angeles area. Anyway I took my usual plus one and go to gal, my Mom. As she is now a fan herself after seeing him in New York in 2016 and earlier this year. So she was on her third show, I’m on my fourth.
We got there early enough where we did not have too wait long as it was surprisingly chill for SoCal. The line ended up being wrapped around the block so my Mom and I got there at the perfect time!
Inside the event the theme of ‘Fans First’ was prevalent. It was an open space where we could freely wonder and look at all of this amazing art from both fans and actual artists that are fans as well. In the middle was a tiny black stage with one microphone and a guitar. I wonder who that is for …
The DJ who stood off in the corner played amazing tunes all night not to far from the stage. Songs that have all had their debut on James’ playlist at some point or he’s talked about as being a fave or influence. Everything from The Rolling Stones to Frank Ocean to Francis And the Lights and of course his Brother Alex’ new song was played. It definitely kept you entertained waiting for James to arrive.
As I stated before I was so glad I arrived early because I was once again barricade at a James Bay show this time right in front. It was truly a “Fans First” experience. We were so close and yes there was security. But everyone respected him and those in the audience. It was such a heart warming and chill experience. I remember James saying he felt safe in this environment and that it was so cool of Spotify to do something like this for him and his fans.
James started out the night with new songs “Just For Tonight”, “Us”, “Slide”, “Pink Lemonade” and “Wild Love” ending with “Let It Go”. He then said I want to do one more song after taking a crowd picture. All done acoustically which was so amazing to hear. Especially songs like “Pink Lemonade” which according to James was written specifically for an electric guitar. All in all it was just him and his guitar. His vocals have never been stronger. He ended the night with an encore of “Hold Back the River”.
We ended a night of fun with memories of a very special event that us James Bay’ fans will never forget and the coolest poster. So once again I would like to thank Spotify, James Bay, his amazing team, Hubble Studio and Republic Records for putting on this amazing event!
Hey guys, It’s Brittney. I’m back with another review. This one is a band I’ve talked about a bit lately. Seeing as I just photographed their concert at The Peppermint Club and reviewed “Hot Streak” already. (I will post the links after this review). It’s Faulkner. The bi-coastal band consisting of Lucas Asher (vocals/guitar/songwriter), Eric Scullin (vocals/multi-instrumentalist/producer), Dimitri Farougias (bass), and Christian Hogan (drums). They released their album ‘PARIAHS’ on February 9th. Led by lead single “Hot Streak”. This is an album of Alternative-Rock for the protest generation. Full of loud forceful numbers, with just enough angst to keep one’s ears attuned while dancing. “PARIAHS” starts off with “Revolutionary” a stomp-rock number with just enough swag to help carry off such heavy lyrics. This leads to “Hot Streak” which is a fizzy Electro-Pop rocker and speaks to feeling invincible. We go into “NY Anthem” which is the track co-written and co-produced by RZA of the Wu-Tang-Clan. It’s as braggadocios as the NY streets themselves. The perfect new day anthem speaking of its highs and lows. RZA brings in a real hip-hop vibe. “Halo Me”, I’m Stoned”, & “Waters Are Rising” offer slightly quieter moments from the 10 track record, but aren’t any less powerful lyrically. “Waters Are Rising” features a great drum intro and “I’m Stoned” has the most acoustic sounds of the entire record. The last two songs “Keep Your Enemies Closer” (with a sweet guest rap from Royce Da 5’9) and “Molly” close out the album, ‘PARIAHS’ the way it started, with heavy electronic synths, a buzzy groove and plenty of guitars to start a riot …. but only on the dance floor.