We have another low down on all the new music and music videos released this week. Spoiler: there was a lot.
Cemetery Sun – E.Y.T.Y.K
Cemetery Sun have released a video for their track E.Y.T.Y.K. The video was produced by Ray Slavenburg from Rise Revive. Check out their kick ass cover of Twenty One Pilot’s ‘Tear In My Heart’.
James Darkin- Needle Noise
‘Needle Noise’ is from James Darkin upcoming album Involved, and you can buy it here.
Eighty Four- Dead On Arrival
‘Dead On Arrival’ is available for free download on soundcloud. They play with Freebase and Days Of End at The Bar With No Name, Belfast on April 28th, On The Rox Dublin on April 29th, and Kasbah Social Club in Limerick on the 30th.
Trash Boat- Strangers
‘Strangers’ is from their upcoming debut album ‘Nothing I Write You Can Change What You’ve Been Through’, which is out June 17th and available for pre-order now.
Halsey released the The Huntsman: Winter’s War version of her song ‘Castle’. The video features clips from the movie.
Against The Current- Forget Me Now
Fatherson- Just Past The Point Of Breaking
Rews- Shake Shake
This one was actually released a few weeks ago but we’re late to the game. ‘Shake Shake’ is their third single and it was released on April 2nd. They rocked out Whelans, Dublin yesterday and are hitting up Crescent Arts Centre Belfast tonight.
Hour 24- Emergence
Hour 24 released a music video for ‘Emergence’, the title track of their upcoming EP which is out April 19th. The EP was produced by Dan Korneff and singer Rachel Mayer says of the EP “I truly want to make a difference in the world with our music and focus on the positive aspects in life. Too many people get caught up in all the negative stuff that’s going on in our world. Each one of these songs on Emergence is about learning lessons in life and reflecting on the positive aspects of those lessons, especially if they come out of negative situations.”
Hotei- Move It
‘Move It’ is from Hotei’s debut album Strangers which is out now. The single features vocals from Richard Z. Kruspe of Emigrate and Rammstein.
Architects- Gone With The Wind
Architects released ‘Gone With The Wind’ which is taken from their upcoming album All Our Gods Have Abandoned Us which is out on May 27th via Epitaph Records. The video was directed by Jeb Hardwick.
‘Highway’ is the debut track from Canadian alt-rockers Bleeker’s debut self-titled EP which is out now via Five Seven Music.
Dead Winter- My Only Home
Dead Winter premiered their new single ‘My Only Home’ over on Rock Sound. It’s taken from their album of the same name. Their main inspirations hail from Bury Tomorrow, Bring Me The Horizon, and A Day To Remember.
‘Cheapside’ is from Beaumont’s upcoming album Nothing which is out on May 2nd via Reclaim Music.
The Split Seconds- Is This What I Get
The Split Seconds released a live video for their song ‘Is This What I Get’, shot at The Velvet Lounge. The song is taken from their upcoming self-titled album which will be released via Holy Mother Records.
Attica Riots- Misery
‘Misery’ is the first single from the Canadian bands upcoming debut album Love Sunshine & Hysteria.
Pearl Handled Revolver- If The Devil Cast His Net
‘If The Devil Cast His Net’ is from blues rockers Pearl Handled Revolver’s upcoming third album of the same name which is out on April 29th.
Rachael Sage- Loreena
‘Loreena’ is from Rachael’s upcoming album Choreographic which is out on May 20th. Sage says of the song, “I wrote ‘Loreena’ in a dream about someone whom I’ve never met…I literally woke up singing the chorus, and then went to the keyboard to work out the accompaniment…later I realized I was singing about a very complex , independent woman with qualities of several women I have loved, combined into a composite portrait.”