Their newest single "When You Grow Up, Your Heart Dies" is also equipped with a genius video featuring contributions from Wil Wheaton (The Big Bang Theory, Star Trek, Stand By Me), Demetrious Johnson (UFC Champion), Jason Parks (Pro Skater), and GUNSHIP fans! Watch the video HERE.
Ones to Watch says, "In case you haven't heard the masterpiece that is Danny McCook's (A.K.A. Saint Mesa's) 'Murky,' the track feels like a ritualistic battle song, dripping with foreboding intensity. The song's innate cinematic presence yearns to be accompanied by an equally omnipotent video, one that embodies and escalates the raw power of the composition."
GUNSHIP, the synthwave pioneers, have gotten us excited for the upcoming release of their 13-track album Dark All Day (out October 5th) with the release of their intoxicating single "Dark All Day."
Dark, eerie, and moody, "Dark All Day" is a tribute to the 1987 cult film, The Lost Boys, and features one of the film's stars, Mr Timmy Cappello - the sexy sax man himself. The track also guest features UK singer/songwriter, Indiana, whose sweet but sultry sound complements the fervor and intensity carried throughout the track.
GUNSHIP's "Dark All Day" comes equipped with a killer video created in Japanese anime style by Angry Metal Studios, but switches to live action for its finale. The video also acts as GUNSHIP's debut visual appearance, having never appeared in previous videos.
Earmilk says of the haunting single, "'Murky' is a three and a half minute tour de force that transports the listener...Saint Mesa paints a vibrant and visceral picture of the tense and awful beauty that is nature. This single is unique, raw, uplifting, and beautiful..."
Atwood Magazine says "Lazy Sad Jesus" is "a wake-up call dressed in red, a dark alt-pop anthem emphasizing our responsibility to, in the artist's words, be our own saviors...a majestic and provocative assertion of individual strength, power, and possibility."
Jimmy intrigued us with his self-titled debut track, "Jimmy," and now he's here with his newest single, "Smile." "Smile" feels like wandering into a misty dream. An almost eerie soundscape, "Smile" is as dark as it is vulnerable and sets the groundwork for Jimmy's commentary. He explains, "I tried to throw myself into the fucked-up dream that is the opioid epidemic in the United States and capture what I could of its hazy and ironically self-destructive fantasy."
Imperfect Fifth says, "Ever-impressed by the incredible talent that is Jimmy, we are delighted to share his new haunting and dark single "Smile"...It displays the power of connection, as listeners relate to the same feelings of powerlessness in a corporate world."
Give it a listen!
Deanna's debut track, "A Cause," is out now! Grungecake says, "'A Cause' starts off with a kick that mirrors a beating heart. Perhaps, it is synonymous with the way you feel when in a search for something unjustifiable. Before the chorus begins, that metaphorical heart stops and ushers us into the mental web of deciding your next move....[if] you just love good new music, lend Devore your ear."
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