Hey Violet, an American pop punk band is taking the world by a storm. After starting in 2008 under the band name Cherri Bomb, the five piece pop punk band had created a stir in the music world after changing their name and releasing some sweet and sassy tunes within 2016.
After the release of their album “I Can Feel It” in 2015, their brand new singles “Fuqboi”, “Guys My Age” and “Brand New Moves” all hold the punch of a punk band with pop tunes to create the authentic sound of Hey Violet.
Although very similar to their later music before 2016, there is something drawing everyone closer to Hey Violent of 2016.
Keep on the look out.
Listen to “Fuqboi”, “Guys My Age” and “Brand New Moves” here on Spotify
The Canadian singer/songwriter, poet and novelist has died at the age of 82, according to his offical Facebook page earlier today.
“It is with profound sorrow we report that legendary poet, songwriter and artist, Leonard Cohen has passed away.
We have lost one of music’s most revered and prolific visionaries.
A memorial will take place in Los Angeles at a later date. The family requests privacy during their time of grief.”
Commonly known for his song “Hallelujah” which was covered by Jeff Buckley in the 1990’s, Cohen expressed his work through the exploration of religion, politics, isolation, sexuality, and relationships.
As a singer, Cohen is featured in the Canadian Music Hall of Fame, the Canadian Songwriters Hall of Fame and the American Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
Listen to “Hallelujah” here
R.I.P Leonard Cohen, September 21, 1934- November 10, 2016.
In one of the few darkest days of American history regarding the Election and the new Presidency, Sticky Fingers dropped their music video for the almost fitting song of the hour “Sad Songs”- Nov 9.
Although the song name is “Sad Songs”, the music video is a nostalgia-like concept of faded home-videos and antics of the band, featuring good times of their road trip throughout the U.S.A.
Today on Triple J, The Jezabels covered Sticky Fingers “If You Go” just in time for Sticky Fingers tour and their second show in Brisbane at the Tivoli.
SlopesFest 2016 started it’s first year with a bang.
With many different local Brisbane bands, the small Greenslopes Bowls Club was bursting at the seems with talent, each band different although sharing the same warm smiles with the small crowd in front of them.
Home of Club Greenslopes, SlopesFest ’16 was held on the 22nd of October.
Live music, free barefoot bowls and market stalls were all a-go throughout the duration of the day.