Following up an earlier story we shared, LEDGER released her latest single "My Arms" on February 14, along with a lyric video and a note to fans via Atlantic Records. In the press release, Jen Ledger shared her thoughts about the new single.
“This Is Not The Book That You're Looking For” proclaims the title of the first chapter of (almost), the newest book by faith-based music's favorite pint-sized poet. From the first sentence, Egypt Ali's words read like conversations with an old friend.
Forsaken Hero has released a remix of "I Will," a partnership with Neon Feather.
In Love. In Hope. In Peace. offers something for everyone, from acoustic and melodic to hard rock and even a little bit of southern rock added in for good measure. Lyrically, the album doesn't rest in one place, but rather explores themes that offer love to the unloved, peace in times of trial and unrest, and hope when life feels hopeless.
Ephemeral Machine guides listeners through the mind of an entity straight out of a science fiction movie with their recent single, “Artificial Intelligence.”
Cypress & Co bring an eclectic sound to their latest release, Shadows. Shadows is set to release on January 31, 2020. This release over all has some amazing lyrical content and a definite diverse sound.
Breaking Benjamin has been one of the most consistent and successful voices in hard rock for the past 20 years. Aurora revisits some of those hits and recasts them in acoustic form while also revisiting some of the friendships that Breaking Benjamin has built along the way.
The world of Basic Glitches is dynamic and layered. The candy-colored sonic palette of shimmering synths and dirty beats houses lyrics that are often quirky-- but also often have teeth. You might start listening to Basic Glitches for the grooves. You'll likely stay for the soul-searching reflections on what it means to truly grow up.
If you are a fan of Switchfoot, you probably don't need much convincing to check this remix album out. It keeps the classic Switchfoot feel with the powerful lyrics, but also doesn't stay with the comfortable.
18 years after its release, Silence still holds as much tangible emotion and spirit within its 13 tracks as it did in 2002.