Ya’ll! I’m so excited to introduce you to a song I just know you’ll be adding to your playlists! I know I have! What a talented artist with an incredible voice.
Following a feature on Spotify’s New Music Friday playlist and playlisting in Zara stores globally; FØNX has revealed his self-directed DIY video for new single, ‘Come On Over,’ his latest offering of infectious, guitar driven soul-infused pop.
Filmed in his bedroom in the early hours of the morning with nothing but a camera and one mood light; FØNX captures the raw and intimate essence of his personal story of heart break.
As the track grows and synths start getting denser we see the video grow in energy with beautiful colors merging, creating overlays in each shot and FØNX becoming more uneasy with the situation.
‘Come on Over’ is the latest track FØNX has produced with Hugh Worskett (Rae Morris, Will Joseph Cook, Birdy).
A mix of jazzy guitar, smooth beats and growing electronic synths create the songs dreamy soundscape while FØNX’s tender vocals croon over a story of loss in love.
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“Explosive” — Alternative Press
“With twelve tracks of modern pop rock with a classic feel, a shit ton of attitude and passion,Diamante is the rock n’ roll heroine to inspire a new generation.” — Powerplay Magazine
“Diamante has been making a big noise with her series of feisty singles.” — Team Rock
Blue-haired rock siren Diamante has shared a new video for ‘Bulletproof’, taken from her debut album Coming In Hot. The clip showcases a killer training session with fitness motivator and celebrity trainer Melissa Alcantara, known on social media as @FitGurlMel, at Gold’s Gym in Hollywood.
“Thanks so much to the awesome @Fitgurlmel for the inspiring workout”, says Diamante. “This song is a reminder that when something in life gets you down, you’re strong and can be bulletproof! It came about from my experience of being with people who always tried to make me feel like I was less-than and constantly put me down, this song isn the empowering moment when I realised my self-worth and everything I am capable of.”
Diamante brings her own flair to the rock genre with Coming In Hot. As Billboard proclaimed, “Coming in Hotis an excellent showcase for the raw power of her voice, which at times recalls Melissa Etheridge and Sass Jordan blended with the dispassionate élan of Blondie’s Debbie Harry.” Produced by Howard Benson (Chris Cornell, Kelly Clarkson, My Chemical Romance, Halestorm), the record is a head-turning debut full of arresting rock anthems.
Fans and critics have already been equally besotted by Diamante’s room-filling voice. The ‘Bulletproof’ video shows another side of this strong, fierce, rock ‘n’ roll dynamo.
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Escape The Fate have released their latest music video, ‘I Am Human’. Directed by Robyn August and shot in Los Angeles, the video strives to send a poignant, global message of self-love and acceptance of others as it showcases stories from all walks of life.
“This video and song mean a lot to me. Having gone through abuse myself and suffering from mental health issues, I want people to know that you can come out stronger and by being more accepting of one another, we can do that together.” Frontman Craig Mabbitt explains, “We all have a story to tell. We can all try harder to live our lives from a place of love and understanding. We all have these abilities because we are all human. ‘I Am Human’ is my testament to that.”
Throughout the next month Escape The Fate will also be utilizing the crowdsourcing content app Cinebody to create with their fans around the world and share their stories of what makes us all human.
Inspired by the band’s new single and official video, fans now have the opportunity to participate in the creation of the ‘I Am Human 2’ video, by using the app to upload their stories about what makes them human. Video submissions will be accepted until October 15th, with prizes along the way for the outstanding video of the week, leading up to the release of the fan filmed music video.
Joining is easy. Simply:
1. Download Cinebody on the App Store
2. Sign up with Email or Facebook
3. Enter code ‘human’
4. Start filming
Android user? No problem!
1. Visit Pro.cinebody.com
2. Sign up with Email or Facebook
3. Enter code ‘human’
4. Upload from your camera roll
Escape the Fate will embark on a North American co-headline tour with California post-hardcore outfit Slaves, featuring support from Famous Last Words, Picturesque, and Set to Stun. For tickets, VIP packages and more information, visit www.escapethefate.com
“The London quartet’s debut is a warm, Jungle-esque delight” DIY
“A majestic little tune” Abbie McCarthy, BBC Introducing
London indie-pop quartet SUN SILVA have released their debut single ‘Blue Light’.
‘Blue Light’ features on the FIFA 19 soundtrack and is already receiving support from DIY Magazine and BBC Introducing. The song delivers widescreen horn-led pop and its effortlessly dreamy vocals take aim at the social media use of today.
Regarding the single frontman Oscar Gormley says, “‘Blue Light’ is about how social media dominates so many young people’s lives. The song is about how this freaks me out and it reminisces on simpler times.”
With a sound that recalls the likes of Bombay Bicycle Club, The Maccabees and Tame Impala, SUN SILVA have already built up a strong fan base as staples on London’s live scene, selling out their last headline show at The Sebright Arms earlier this year way before releasing any music.
SUN SILVA celebrated the release of their debut single ‘Blue Light’ on Sept 4th at The Lexington; a show that featured a taste of further exciting songs to come from the four-piece.
They have also been announced to support Swimming Girls at Hoxton Bar & Kitchen on October 15th.
SUN SILVA ARE
Oscar Gormley (vocals/guitar), Jake Brown (drums), Sam Becker (bass), Charlie Woof-Byrne (keys)
Would you use the power to turn back time? Is it worth killing for?
Tulip Pictures and Barraca Producciones announce the U.S. release of Silencio, Friday, October 26, 2018.
Silencio highlights a mysterious area in Mexico known as the Zone of Silence that has true events of the eerie. Located on the same parallel line of the Bermuda Triangle and the Pyramids of Giza, it has several events of the unexplainable including rocket crashes, mutations in plants and animals, meteorite strikes and much more.
Silencio shares the story of Ana, (Melina Matthews) who struggles to save her son’s life. She must find a powerful stone her grandfather (John Noble) originally discovered with his apprentice (Rupert Graves) in the Zone of Silence in 1970. Throughout her desperate search, Ana stumbles upon long lost family secrets and discovers enemies who believe the stone’s power is worth killing for.
Written, directed and produced by Lorena Villarreal, Denisse Chapa (producer) and filmed in Zone of Silence and northern Mexico locations, the film brings to life the local tales of strange occurrences that have been happening for decades.
¿Usarías el poder para hacer retroceder el tiempo? ¿Vale la pena matar por eso?
Tulip Pictures y Barraca Producciones anuncian el estreno en Estados Unidos de Silencio, el viernes 26 de octubre de 2018.
Silencio destaca una misteriosa zona de México conocida como la Zona del Silencio, donde han ocurrido hechos verdaderamente misteriosos. La zona, a la altura del mismo paralelo del Triángulo de las Bermudas y las pirámides de Giza, ha sido escenario de varios acontecimientos inexplicables, entre ellos caídas de cohetes, mutaciones de plantas y animales, impactos de meteoritos y mucho más.
Silencio cuenta la historia de Ana (Melina Matthews), quien se esfuerza para salvar la vida de su hijo. Ella debe encontrar una poderosa piedra que su abuelo (John Noble) descubrió originalmente con su aprendiz (Rupert Graves) en la Zona del Silencio en 1970. Durante su desesperada búsqueda, Ana tropieza con secretos familiares perdidos desde hacía mucho tiempo y descubre enemigos que creen que vale la pena matar por el poder de la piedra.
La película, escrita, dirigida y producida por Lorena Villarreal y Denisse Chapa (productora) y filmada en la Zona del Silencio y lugares del norte de México, da vida a las historias locales sobre extraños acontecimientos que han ocurrido durante décadas.