Sleeping With Sirens has released a music video for “Do It Now Remember, It Later.” This song is off of the band’s last album, Let’s Cheers To This, which was released last May. The music video has a much more interesting story than many other videos being released right now and is incredibly well done, definitely worth a watch.
Sleeping With Sirens has recently been marked as one of Alternative Press’s ’100 Bands To Know In 2012′ and already has a full touring schedule for 2012. The band will soon be embarking on a headlining spring U.S. tour, followed by a summer on Warped Tour.
Today Kidd Russell dropped his, “I wish I was in Chicago” song Pulaski Day, his first single off Bananabeat Records/The Orchard Deal.
Here’s what he had to say about his debut single produced by Cisco Adler:
”I wrote this song because I love Chicago, Pulaski Day was always a great holiday growing up you got school off, now you get work off and its a great 3 day weekend that symbolizes summers around the corner and we know Chicago Summers are the best. I hope you enjoy and share Chicago with the world!”
iTunes Link -> http://itunes.apple.com/us/album/pulaski-day-feat.-cisco-adler/id506969170
Vevo Smart Link for Pulaski Day -> http://vevo.ly/xcfldL
Youtube Direct Link -> Youtube Link http://youtu.be/8PehRPYbhCg (this version has full HD)
Kidd Russel on Bananabeat Records (Cisco Adler, Shwayze, Mickey Avalon, Mod Sun) http://bananabeat.com/music/kid-russell/
You can catch him Tuesday, 3/6 at Reggie’s Rock Club in Chicago with Mod Sun.
Now, I haven’t read any of the Hunger Games books (sorry) but they are definitely on my list of things to read! I have heard nothing but great things, and if the story is anything compared to the soundtrack then it is a force to be reckoned with. They have a lot of really great bands in here, and a few that surprise me (Kid Cudi?) so that must count for something. It’s nice to see a wide variety of genres come together so it will stretch to a wide audience.
1. “Safe & Sound” (feat. The Civil Wars) by Taylor Swift
2. “Eyes Wide Open” by Taylor Swift
3. “Abraham’s Daughter” by Arcade Fire
4. “The Ruler & The Killer” by Kid Cudi
5. “Run Daddy Run” (feat. Pistol Annies) by Miranda Lambert
6. “Kingdom Come” by The Civil Wars
7. “One Engine” by The Decemberists
8. “Take The Heartland” by Glen Hansard
9. “Lover Is Childlike” by The Low Anthem
10. “Dark Days” by Punch Brothers
11. “Tomorrow Will Be Kinder” by The Secret Sisters
12. “Just a Game” by Birdy
13. “Oh Come & Sing” by Ella Mae Bowen
14. “Rules” by Jayme Dee
15. “Reaping Day” by Carolina Chocolate Drops
16. “Give Me Something I’ll Remember” by Neko Case
I know that Swift’s song was already released earlier, but I am mostly excited to see The Civil Wars, Arcade Fire, and The Decemberists on this list. If you like what you see, the album will be available March 20, just before the release of the film.
Here’s my favourite song off the soundtrack by Arcade Fire.
I See Stars has released a preview of their new album, Digital Renegade, featuring clips of all of the tracks on the album. From what can be heard on the preview, it is apparent that the band’s new album will be much heavier than the previous release, with many electronic elements and guest appearances.
Two full songs from the album, “Filth Friends Unite” and “NZT48,” have been fully released and can be heard by clicking on the song titles. The full album will be released on March 13th and will be followed by a U.S. tour with Asking Alexandria.