Coming Up Music Discoveries and news 7-14-2016
The Dirty Clergy Return With Sophomore Album
The Dirty Clergy, a garage rock-pop band hailing from Winfield, Alabama, have released Rattlesnake, their second full length album.
The group’s sophomore effort has a little bit of something for everyone, from the fervent vocals to the harmonic hooks and gritty energy.
With its catchy melody and rock and roll spirit, the lead single “All I Need” will certainly leave you hooked.
You can check out The Dirty Clergy’s music and find links to the band’s social media through their website (www.thedirtyclergy.com)
Avindale Release Second EP Time Frames
Alternative-pop group Avindale recently released their second EP Time Frames which features a blend of spacey grooves, dreamy synths and haunting beats.
The band’s lead single “Where The Light Shines Most” offers a taste of what listeners can expect on the new EP.
You can check out Avindale’s music and find links to the band’s social media through their website (www.avindale.bandcamp.com)
Jonny Carroll Premieres Lyric Video For Catchy New Single
Singer-songwriter Jonny Carroll has unveiled a lyric video for the title track of his debut album Leaving On The Light.
Originally from Grand Rapids, Michigan, Carroll’s first full length release came from a dark moment in his life.
“Most of this album was written just after an abandoned wedding engagement, and I found myself wandering the streets of the UK for a couple of winter months trying to make sense of it,” Carroll said. “The songs are very pop in melody, but folk in narrative.”
You can check out Carroll’s music and find links to his social media through his website (www.jonnycarrollmusic.com)
Breaker Novogratz Unveils New Single and Music Video
Breaker Novogratz has followed up his pop inspired debut hit “Family” with a brand new single called “Home” and an accompanying music video.
World famous guitarist and composer Hernan Romero joins Novogratz on the new single, providing a mature and thoughtful backdrop to the young singer’s soothing vocals.
The video for “Home” was shot on the palm-fringed coast of Transcoso, Brazil.
You can check out Novogratz’s music on his Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/Novogratz).