The new Wooden Sky limited edition vinyl for Swimming In Strange Waters, which you can get by pre-ordering the album, is ready! This is a limited edition pressing limited to only 250 copies. Don't miss out!
We couldn't be more excited to finally let you know that California/Iceland/Poland artist Low Roar is joining Nevado's world wide roster. We will be releasing their third studio album, the highly anticipated Once In A Long, Long While... on April 14 (Americas), April 19 (Japan) and May 5 (Europe). Pre-order now by clicking here.
We're thrilled to welcome California/Iceland/Poland band Low Roar to our worldwide label. New music is coming soon!
For now, visit the band by going to: www.lowroarmusic.com
Close Talker have announced their new album Lens, coming out April 21 via Nevado Music.
Check out the first single via Noisey here, and click through for more info!
The Wooden Sky have announced today via NPR Music details of their upcoming new album, titled Swimming In Strange Waters. Listen to the first single here or below.
"EXPECT ROCK ON 'FIRST MISTAKES', BECAUSE ROCK IS WHAT YOU'LL GET ON THIS NEW VIDEO" - POPMATTERS
Popmatters premiered the new video today for 'First Mistakes' by The Dead Ships and we couldnt agree more with their assessment! Order CITYCIDE limited edition golden colored vinyl, limited edition pins by Craola, CDs, T's and more HERE.
The Dead Ships had an opportunity to sit in with multi-platinum producer/guitarist Chris Thorn of Blind Melon and Awolnation to make an alternate version of "First Mistakes" heard in the video. About the video, The Dead Ships' Devlin McClusky says, "Because most of the songs were written to help process grief so many have an undercurrent of sadness. First mistakes feels more hopeful but still comes from and always reminds me of such a sad period." He adds, "When [director] Kelly Reed came to us with the concept of taped up smiles, it brought to the fore some of the darker parts of the emotional spectrum that may be overlooked by the first listen to such a sentimental feeling like "it was good to be alive". I love those studies that come out every now again that show the physical formation of a smile on your face actually stimulates parts of your brain and causes a chain reaction that puts you in a better mood. No one wants to force a smile, but you can always assert some level of control over yourself and change how you feel.”
Ahead of Gringo Star's new album The Sides and in Between (out Aug 26th on Nevado!), and following on the heels of their first single & video for 'Rotten' comes 'Heading South' via Clash Magazine and 'Magic' via Consequence of Sound. Grab all three tracks instantly with the album pre-order on iTunes HERE.
"Plenty of bands draw liberally from power pop and garage rock, but few are discriminating enough to know exactly which parts to take from each and which to leave on the cutting room floor. Their aesthetic is pure garage, the kind of thing that can’t be faked but is born after years of touring in sweaty basements and rock clubs. It’s the melodies, however, that really set these guys apart from your standard-issue rock revivalists." - Consequence of Sound
Gringo Star has also announced an extensive summer and fall tour. The band's upcoming tour will kick off on August 10 in Charlotte, NC and will make stops in Washington, D.C., Philadelphia, Brooklyn, Boston, Chicago, Seattle, San Francisco, Los Angeles and more. All confirmed dates are listed below. Look for additional shows to be added in the coming weeks. More details and tix info HERE.