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STREAM: Michelle Branch “Hopeless Romantic” Indie News Singer/Songwriter 

STREAM: Michelle Branch “Hopeless Romantic”

If you don’t know who Michelle Branch is, it’s time to find out. The singer-songwriter announced her upcoming full-length titled Hopeless Romantic which drops on April 7. In anticipation of the album, Branch released her first single which is none other than title track “Hopeless Romantic.” The new album marks the artist’s first release in 14 years. Branch signed to Maverick Records at 17 and went on to sell 2 million copies of her album The Spirit Room. Pre-orders for the new album are available now. You can purchase a CD here.  

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ALBUM REVIEW: Lewis Fieldhouse “Theodor Washington and the Central Valley” Album Reviews Reviews Singer/Songwriter 

ALBUM REVIEW: Lewis Fieldhouse “Theodor Washington and the Central Valley”

The past few years have been full of self-discovery for singer-songwriter Lewis Fieldhouse. Few people can pack up their bags and go from the U.K. for California for six weeks. San Francisco was calling and that’s where Fieldhouse went.

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SayWeCanFly Announces New Album News Pop Singer/Songwriter 

SayWeCanFly Announces New Album

After keeping quiet for a little while, SayWeCanFly, also known as Braden Barrie, has some awesome news for fans. In addition to touring with Johnnie Gilbert and Social Repose this fall, a new album is on the horizon. On November 4, SayWeCanFly’s new album Blessed Are Those will drop. The release is under Epitaph Records, and Barrie has released a music video for the lead single “The Space Between Our Eyes.” Check out all of the exciting details below! You can purchase a concert ticket here or buy a CD here!

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WATCH: Chase Huglin “Niagra” Music Video Indie News Singer/Songwriter 

WATCH: Chase Huglin “Niagra” Music Video

In anticipation of his upcoming album, You Deserve An Island, acoustic singer-songwriter Chase Huglin released a new song and music video titled “Niagra.” The song is about feeling stuck and pressured to do things, instead of creating your own path. “You want me to drive, but I don’t want to,” Huglin sings. “I don’t want to Boston University unless I have to,” he screams out. The video details those same internal struggles. “‘Niagara’ is a song about being forced to do things you don’t want to do. Watching all your friends…

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WATCH: Jaeger Wells “Sao Paulo Liars Club” News Singer/Songwriter 

WATCH: Jaeger Wells “Sao Paulo Liars Club”

Houston, Texas singer-songwriter, Jaeger Wells, announced the release of Fever Dream Anthology: Deluxe Edition, which is scheduled to release on September 9. The album features five original songs from his 2015 release, along with two additional original songs, a cover of Justin Timberlake‘s “Can’t Stop The Feeling,” and an acoustic cover of “Trailer Park Jesus” by Glassjaw. In anticipation of the release, Wells released a music video for “Sao Paulo Liars Club.” The track is off his 2015 EP, Fever Dream Anthology, and will also be featured on the deluxe edition of…

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Mackin Carroll Drops New EP ‘Damascus’ Folk News 

Mackin Carroll Drops New EP ‘Damascus’

There may not be any shortage of acoustic folk rock singer-songwriters out there, but the good news is that Los Angeles based Mackin Carroll isn’t just your run of the mill artist. Would it be cliche of me to say that something about his twangy brand of folk stands out? Or that his goofy personality, played out thoroughly in the video for “Sleepwalking”, sets him apart from the pack? Maybe, but it would also be true. 

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Craig Owens (Chiodos, D.R.U.G.S.) Teases New Project and Deal Alternative Indie News Post-hardcore Rock Singer/Songwriter 

Craig Owens (Chiodos, D.R.U.G.S.) Teases New Project and Deal

Craig Owens has been a fixture on the music scene for several years, fronting such notable acts as Chiodos and Destroy Rebuild Until God Shows (D.R.U.G.S.). The man never really stops creating, having several side projects as well. It seems that Owens has found another new outlet and is getting serious about it. Whether he is gearing up for another record deal fronting his older, beloved ventures or doing something new is unclear. Owens showed it is a serious move, posting a video snippet of himself (presumably) signing a contract….

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STREAM: Aaron West And The Roaring Twenties “Goodbye, Carolina Blues” News Singer/Songwriter 

STREAM: Aaron West And The Roaring Twenties “Goodbye, Carolina Blues”

In anticipation of Aaron West And The Roaring Twenties‘ upcoming EP, the singer-songwriter released a new song titled “Goodbye, Carolina Blues.” Bittersweet is scheduled to release on May 20 through Fearless Records. Pre-orders for the EP are available now. You can purchase a CD here or buy concert tickets here. Check out a stream of the song, below, and let us know what you think of it, in the comments section.

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WATCH: Quinell “You Are Mine” Music Video Folk Indie News Singer/Songwriter 

WATCH: Quinell “You Are Mine” Music Video

Canadian singer-songwriter, Quinell, just premiered a video for his new single “You Are Mine,” which is the story behind his great grandparents love. Filled with catchy melodies and soothing vocals, you’re bound to have this song on repeat as soon as it begins. If you’re into musicians like Noah Gundersen, or William Fitzsimmons, or even if you just like emotional songwriting that tears at the heartstrings, be sure to take a listen. You can read what Quinell has to say about the song, and check out the song after the jump. Be sure…

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Aaron West And The Roaring Twenties Announce EP; Release “’67, Cherry Red” Indie News Pop Punk Singer/Songwriter 

Aaron West And The Roaring Twenties Announce EP; Release “’67, Cherry Red”

Aaron West And The Roaring Twenties announced the release of his new, three-track EP titled Bittersweet. The EP is scheduled to release on May 20, 2016 through Fearless Records. In anticipation of the release, West released a song titled “’67, Cherry Red” that tells the story of his father’s 1967 Mustang and how he’s contemplating on selling it to a previous owner. “’67, Cherry Red” follows off right where West’s journey left off on his debut album, We Don’t Have Each Other. The track is less acoustic than its 2015 counterparts, but if it is any indication of…

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