Ex American Idol contestant Colton Dixon has released the music video for his latest single, Never Gone.
In a recent interview, Dixon explained that the song "...sums up my American Idol experience. There were times when I felt like I was by myself, or just felt unplugged from reality. There were even times when I asked God if He was still there...He always answered "I was never gone.""
Hold You ft J. Williams & K.One is out! Check out the video below:
Mike Mains & the Branches have a) fully funded their pledgemusic campaign to release a new album, b) released a new music video for 'Noises', c) started a tour with Relient K, Hellogoodbye, and William Beckett, or d) ALL OF THE ABOVE.
Hit the jump to see which option is right.
The Ruckus are crowdfunding for their newest single, In Crowd.
**Update** Rapture Ruckus has announced that if the $15,000 target is met, Solomon Olds (lead singer for Family Force 5) has agreed to get on the track and video for the first ever FF5 & Rapture Ruckus collaboration! Woop!
United have released their first music video from their latest studio album ZION.
Relentless is the electronic-driven opening track of the album. Featuring clips from on-stage performances and generic filmed-from-a-moving car scenery, it's a fun video that suits the song.
Check it out below:
The new music video from the now trio Paramore is for the song Now! This is the debut tune from their new album of the same name.It may seem super violent initally with lots of crazy battle footage etc, but it does have a nice heartstrings moment at the end with a great little 'Love Wins' message. It does take a while to get over the lack of eyebrows in Hayleys new look though! Check it below...
Seems grayscale is the new thing to go for with music videos. Here's the latest vid from Thousand Foot Krutch for their song "War Of Change" off the The End Is Where We Begin release.
For those into the heavier sound, we've got got a little something for you. After catching up with guitarist Anthony Armstrong last week, I'm stoked on this new video from RED for "Release The Panic".