Sunday At Noon
The Phoenix 4-piece known as Sunday At Noon makes those video game afternoons a reality (sorta) in their latest music video. Don’t worry. No band members were harmed during the filming of “Autumn Moon”. The track comes from the band’s s/t LP which you can find here.
This new music video for “Playboys”, the title track from The Fontaines’ forthcoming EP, might feature a lot of blood, but the vibe stays fun rather than gory. So don’t freak out.
“Gone Gone Gone”
East Coast indie rockers Ruby Bones have a lively new single to get you dancing. “Gone Gone Gone” will infect your brainspace with its catchy hooks and infectious melody. That’s all the warning I’m going to give you.
The Garage Flowers
This London garage rock band has a fun sound, equal parts gritty and infectious. You’re going to want to listen to the lyrics twice to catch that subtle denunciation of “modern day hook-up culture”.
Stacked Like Pancakes
Stacked Like Pancakes have a real winner with their catchy new single, “45”. In truth, we’ve been receiving a lot of Anti-Trump songs of late, but none quite so infectious. And, the band has a fun animated music video to go along with it. Rad.
This SoCal alt-indie act passed through AZ on their very first tour and we’re grateful for some repeat visits now that the band is gaining momentum (and tour stops). The 4-piece is currently at work on a new album (due out next year), but they offered up this new music video for “Vindictive” last week. Frequency Within will be passing our way again in March so like/follow to stay up-to-date on their shows!
“She’s a Mystery”
This rock n’roll four-piece from Southern California draws inspiration from the Brit-Invasion that started in the 1960s. Their latest single, “She’s a Mystery”, explores the world’s more enigmatic 52% with enough barroom energy to start a brawl.