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The music video for Stan and Ginny's new single is out! Check it out below:
After a line-up change and a couple of tours, Family Force 5 are about ready to release their new album. They've been posting somewhat random video updates from the studio - but that's basically what you'd expect from this crowd isn't it?
NEEDTOBREATHE will release "Rivers In The Wasteland" on Friday - and every day leading up to then, they're streaming a new song from the album. 9 tracks have been posted so far at their website. Worth going to have a listen for sure!
As well as releasing a brand new tune (and giving it away as a free download, no less), Owl City (aka Adam Young) has announced he's got a bunch of new music he's going to release in a series of standalone EPs throughout the rest of this year.
After starting with Rehearsals Vol 1 and the full-length Evening : Morning, The Digital Age are back in the studio for another covers EP brilliantly titled Rehearsals Vol 2.
Also, Mutemath are in the studio the next few days working on a new song - according to their facebook page they reckon they've got enough new material to put out a new record. Watch this space.
It's been a while since we've heard from Owl City. After A Midsummer Station a couple of years ago - all we had was the acoustic EP... and that was about it.
Apparently he hasn't been doing nothing all this time - and he's got new music coming next week.
In what I honestly thought was an April Fool's day piece of news, Stellar Kart are going to release a 7-track EP of tunes from the Disney movie Frozen. Yeap - "Do you wanna build a snowman" just got a whole lot catchier. The EP is out April 15... just in time for the school holidays.
WARNING: This story isn't real, and was posted as part of an April Fool's series.
Joining a growing number of mainstream companies who recognize the value of catering to Evangelicals, furniture manufacturer La-Z-Boy announced a partnership with a popular Christian band to offer the first-ever "faith-based furniture."