LEVVELS unveil their new single, “Personal,” a darkwave ditty about the mental and physical misery that comes with opening yourself up to someone you’re getting close to.
Singer-songwriter Sleepy Jean unveils the music video for her recent single “By the Oceanside,” from her début album ‘Idle Hands.’ Released this past summer, the album is not only Sleepy Jean’s musical unveiling, but it also marks a significant transition for her as an artist.
Calm, soothing and certainly #psychedelic, Oats is here to take you on an audio-visual trip with his latest music video for “Green People.”
Rebellious and defiant in nature, In The A.M’s new song “Save Yourself” stands as a landmark for Alex Shimp, the architect behind this alternative rock band.
How’s that tender heart of yours feeling today? You feeling a little bit on edge? Punk rockers Wavy Trees are paying their respects to the heartbroken with their latest music video for “Hypocrite.”
With momentum on their side, Pistols At Dawn have come out with guns blazing on their music video for the new single “Gone Black.”
Equipped with their new single and music video for “Frankenstein,” the terrifying twosome The Nightmares are out to show you how to have a good time with a charming, DIY-like video.
You have to somehow find a way to grasp the highs within the lows, and that’s the lesson to take away from Nightwell’s brand new single “Thank You.”
On her brand new single, “It’s Not Hard,” singer and songwriter Catbells explores a deeper spectrum of human emotions including feelings of escapism.
Even two decades into a distinguished career, Cavo is still topping themselves! The band débuts their new single “Cynical,” taken from the ‘Bridges, Bright Nights & Thieves’ compilation record.
The worlds of Western and Eastern music collide on Pennsylvania-based singer and songwriter Abby Ahmad’s brand new single “Find Out.”
Paying tribute to man’s best friend today is Mt. Grey, a band fronted by Austin, Texas musician James Sargent, with their “For a Walk” music video.
Have you ever wondered what it’s like to experience the world from the vantage point of a dog? Well, you’re about to find out thanks to Grant Swift’s music video for his latest single, “Sunshine.”