The band comments: "Whelp, here it is! "Do." This whole "surprise, nerd! New album!" experiment was extremely fun, and we're beyond appreciative of your patience and understanding. We agree with you - four years is way too long. We hope to fix that despite what Murph says!
"Do" is our first 100% independent, label-free release since 2003! Our production process is still completely internal, but this time all profits go straight to Psychostick. This is extremely huge for us and we can't thank you enough." Read morehere.
They have released four different versions of the track via the Zombie EP including a pop mix, an acoustic mix and a special remix from Up and coming electronic artist Grace Gracie.
"I used to remix a lot of different songs from 21 Pilots, The Weekend to Selena Gomez. Anything I liked I'd transform into heavy hitting house tracks and then upload them to Soundcloud, which used to be a big DJ and remixer Community," explains Grace Gracie, "Eventually they would take down everyone's unofficial remixes, mine included. So I was really excited when I got the call from Bad Wolves to remix 'Zombie'. This is my first official remix, so this one is here to stay." Check it out
Lucca's dates will be in support of his new standalone single, "Nashville," which will be available for purchase on August 31, 2018 and is being released via AWAL/Kobalt.
Says Lucca about the single, "I wrote 'Nashville' as precursor to my wife and me 'getting out of Dodge,' as they say. We decided to move from Los Angeles to Nashville a handful of years ago, as part of the mass exodus of fellow singer/songwriters doing the same." Read morehere.
The British / Canadian artist will play an extended show at Brooklyn's Avant Gardner in New York City on Saturday, December 8 produced by OUTPOST Events.
Hawtin had this to say, "New York has been important to me since the early 1990s from the early Storm raves, record shopping at Sonic Groove, and meeting new friends like Joey Beltram and Sven Vath at New Music Seminar, to years of great times at different clubs and venues from Brooklyn to Manhattan. I'm looking forward to presenting Close at Avant Gardner, a show where I feel you get to see me at my best!" Check out a videohere.
"Why can't we just be the people we are? Why can't we just be the people we want to be? It's unfair, I feel like I am falling in the ocean, tasting the salty water."
Overcome with emotion, Sevi allowed the song to freely flow, recording it via an app on her phone. "Salty Water" is a reflection of the tears of the refugee children she is channeling in the song, as well as her own empathy. The song is the title track of Salty Water (Sevillana Records), her debut EP produced by Grammy Award-winning Jeff Bova, Phillip Jarrell, and Sevi Ettinger, mixed by Jeff Bova and mastered by Bernie Grundman. Check out the songhere.
Taste For Love became a favorite song from the moment I heard the track. When writing the lyrics, I was in the mind state of Childish Gambino and Prince. The track made me feel that type of vibe. This vibe translated to the studio during the recording process. Once the vocals were laid and we listened back, there was excitement in the studio. My cousin, Michael Williams II, the producer of the track said, "This song is hot, I think this is your 1st single". I've had a lot of positive feedback on this song and I'm glad it's the first single.
Hearing is believing. Now that you know the story behind the song, listen for yourselfright here!
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