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LIVE REVIEW: Innings Festival

The best part about music festivals is the wide variety of bands you get to see in one spot. Innings Festival was no exception. This was the first year for this festival in Tempe, Arizona and it could not have been more perfect. For those that have never been to Arizona in March, it is baseball fan heaven. Between the sporting events and the great weather, it is truly a destination for anyone looking to enjoy the outdoors. Day one was a great introduction to the vibe the weekend would…

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Alternative News 

WATCH: Worn Spirit “Dissipate”

Michigan alt-rockers Worn Spirit released a brand new EP last week titled I Could Disappear, and today the band is presenting the video for the track “Dissipate.” Worn Spirit’s Michael Poshedly had this to say about the video: “Dissipate” was filmed around Lansing. Just places and things we normally pass and overlook in our day to day. “Dissipate” is about how at times you get wrapped up in your day to day that you take the little things for granted. Check out the music video below! To hear more from Worn Spirit, you…

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News Pop Punk 

WATCH : ROAM “Alive”

The U.K five-piece ROAM have released another single from their forthcoming album, Great Heights & Nosedives via Hopeless Records. While there is still some time before the official release of the record on October 13th, the band have released a brand new video for the track entitled “Alive”. Following up the popular and well-received single “Playing Fiction”, “Alive” pulls in many of the elements that made ROAM and their music kick off with their debut Backbone, but it also allows fans to see that there is some risks and growth being taken with Great Heights & Nosedives….

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News Pop 

WATCH: FRENCHIE! – “SMR GRLZ” Music Video

The summer is starting to wind down, but that doesn’t mean you have to abandon your summertime feelings. FRENCHIE! has brought the perfect jam to keep this hot season alive in each and everyone of us, as well as a hilarious video to accompany it. If you’re into stereotypical slumber parties, a bit of choreography, and the possibility of witnessing a makeout practice sesh, then FRENCHIE!’s brand new music video for “SMR GRLZ” is everything you need in your life! Check it out below right now! To hear more, you can purchase…

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Alternative News 

WATCH: Asking Alexandria “Here I Am” Music Video

In celebration of their recently-released studio album, The Black, Asking Alexandria released a music video for their song “Here I Am.”  The video opens up with a quote by lead guitarist and backing vocalist, Ben Bruce. “In a world tainted by hate and negativity, stand out, shine bright and always be proud of who you are,” the message reads. The music video sees a young girl wandering around a forest, accompanied by a haunting figure in the shaddows. She quickly joins him in his search for acceptance. Check out the…

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News Post-hardcore 

WATCH: Hotel Books “Broke Love” Music Video

In anticipation of their upcoming album, Run Wild, Stay Alive, Hotel Books released a music video for their song “Broke Love.” The music video starts off with frontman, Cam Smith, giving some background info about how the band got their name. Instead of serving as a prelude, the minute-long story could have easily been mistaken for the actual song. The intro faded into a song about how the death of someone you love isn’t the death of their love. And how we, as humans, have the ability to share their love with…

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News Pop Punk 

WATCH: Real Friends “Mess” Music Video

In anticipation of their upcoming full-length, The Home Inside My Head, pop-punk band, Real Friends released a single titled “Mess.” The self-declared Illinois sad boys,  share the same angsty sentiments in this song as we’ve seen in their previous releases. Frontman Dan Lambton sings, “I’m still a lost boy. Last year I was a trainwreck, now I’m just a mess.” Every once in a while, Real Friends reference other bands in their songs. They’ve mentioned Jimmy Eat World in “Skin Deep” and American Football in “Home For Fall,” and now their latest single talks about Death…

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Alternative Indie News 

WATCH: Arkells “Private School”

Canadian rock band, Arkells have released a new music video for their latest song,”Private School.” The track is the first single off the group’s upcoming album, Morning Report. “I just wanna love you, but it’s so hard,” Max Kerman sings, stumbling across the video set, which features the band hanging around a bunch of preppy private school teenagers. It’s kind of like a behind the scenes look at the making of Gossip Girl. The video feels like high school all over again and even features guest performances from Lights, Dave Monks of Tokyo Police…

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