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The Maine team up with Charlotte Sands, Adam Lazzara on “Loved You A Little”
The Maine team up with Charlotte Sands, Adam Lazzara on “Loved You A Little”
The Maine have released a new song "Loved You A Little" featuring Charlotte Sands and Taking Back Sunday's Adam Lazzara. The track, accompanied by a music video, is a break-up anthem —arriving just in time for Valentine's Day. Singer John O'Callaghan, Lazzara and Sands all spoke about the song in a press release. “...
Hawthorne Heights release their latest album ‘The Rain Just Follows Me’
Hawthorne Heights release their latest album ‘The Rain Just Follows Me’
Hawthorne Heights have released their eighth full-length, The Rain Just Follows Me, via Pure Noise Records. The project was produced by Grammy-winner Cameron Webb (Alkaline Trio, NOFX, Megadeth) and tackles what it’s like for singer/guitarist JT Woodruff to be in Hawthorne Heights for over a decade, both physically and emotionally distanced from his wife and daughter.  ...
Spiritbox release evocative acoustic version of their song “Constance”
Spiritbox release evocative acoustic version of their song “Constance”
Spiritbox have released an acoustic reimagining of their song “Constance.” First released in December 2020, the new track features a delicate string-trio accompaniment that uplifts the evocative vocals.  The track was recorded as part of the GRAMMY Museum’s “COLLECTION:live” #spotlightsaturdays series in partnership with BMG. Watch Spiritbox’s candle-lit live...
Thrice drop “Scavengers” and announce new album ‘Horizons/East’ —listen
Thrice drop “Scavengers” and announce new album ‘Horizons/East’ —listen
Thrice have announced their 11th studio album, Horizons/East. The album is set to drop via Epitaph Records Sept. 17. The new release was self-produced and recorded by the band—Dustin Kensrue (vocals/guitar), Teppei Teranishi (guitar), Eddie Breckenridge (bass) and Riley Breckenridge (drums)—in their New Grass Studio. The mixing...
10 alternative artists who embraced electronica for a whole new sound
10 alternative artists who embraced electronica for a whole new sound
The incorporation of electronic sounds into alternative music is hardly a new phenomenon. In the mid-2000s, bands such as Cobra Starship and 3OH!3 made names for themselves in the scene with their synth-heavy infusions. And while the resulting "neon" era seemed to be short-lived, these artists were largely ahead of their time...
9 uncredited guest vocals you might have missed in your favorite songs
9 uncredited guest vocals you might have missed in your favorite songs
Is there any better surprise than listening to a song and getting hit by a cameo from a familiar vocalist? Aside from adding to the dynamics of the track, these uncredited guest vocals are great Easter eggs for any fan.  While it's not uncommon for these collaborations to go unnoted on streaming platforms, Google will often confirm your suspicions. We’...
See Travis Clark play every instrument for a reimagined We The Kings song
See Travis Clark play every instrument for a reimagined We The Kings song
Just weeks after We The Kings dropped their pre-quarantine-reminiscent single “These Nights,” Travis Clark has reimagined the song in a new acoustic video, which you can exclusively see first on Alternative Press.  In a stunning display of his branching musical talents, Clark performs the track with a piano and acoustic guitar. The resulting “...

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