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PREMIERE: Get Along “Death of a Spirit Animal” Music Video

Colorado-based indie duo Get Along released a new music video for their single “Death of a Spirit Animal.” The song itself has a mellow quality to it. While is has no clear verse or choral arrangement, it does have several hooks. “Help me, help me, I’m so uncreative!” vocalist Cara Yañez’s shouts. Her electric ukelele and organ skills paired with Nicholas Yañez’s precise drums help give the emotionally heavy song a little less weight. Please follow and like us:

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STREAM: Daddy Issues “I’m Not”

Nashville indie rocker trio Daddy Issues released a new song titled “I’m Not,” which was originally premiered on NPR. The band, which consists of singer/guitarist Jenna Moynihan, drummer Emily Maxwell and bassist Jenna Mitchell, has a grungey pop sound that sounds like something that would be featured on the soundtrack for Disney Channel’s Phil of the Future back in the day. “As a survivor of childhood sexual abuse, I spent a long time going through every reason why it had to have been my fault, until I finally started to come…

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TRACK-BY-TRACK: Wet The Rope – the sum of our scars

Wet The Rope are a California-based hardcore band whose members have been actively making music for nearly 30 years. Made up of members from bands Pitchfork, Amber Inn, Sinker, Exhale and more, the group’s debut full-length, The Sum of Our Scars, was released in February through Adagio 830. The album deals with the consequences of abuse and predatory behavior, confronting these societal weaknesses through song. Please follow and like us:

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WATCH: 5 Year Plan “Dear Me” Lyric Video

Louisiana pop punkers, 5 Year Plan released a lyric video for their new single “Dear Me.” “These walls are closing in on me, while I’m just trying to get some sleep, these days are like a bad dream, won’t someone please come and wake me,” the band sing with an angsty demeanor reminiscent of bands like Neck Deep and State Champs. Please follow and like us:

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