New Music Roundup, Thursday Edition (Vol. 2)
This week has seen a ton of cool new stuff coming out of the PNW. Some of these videos we’ve already covered, but there’s so much good stuff that we just had to put it all together here:
Starting out, EDM duo Odezsa put out a new video for My Friends Never Die, which you can watch below. We’re proud to see this Seattle pair is on the fast track! Watch the video below, and listen to the latest in their playlist releases, the No. Sleep Mix.03, on SoundCloud! Odesza has posted routing for first headlining tour, with dates in Spokane 3/13, Eugene 4/6, Victoria BC 4/9, Vancouver BC 4/10, Portland 4/11, and a hometown show at Seattle’s Neumos 4/12!
Next up, Portland band AgesandAges released a delightful new video for Divisional (Do The Right Thing). We’ve posted this before, but it’s worth a second mention:
New Heights has got a new video for their weekly video update, and this time it’s a cover of One Direction’s Story Of My Life featuring Abraham Lim. Very cool:
Taking a turn for the heavier, Into The Flood vocalist Brendan Wilson lent his roars on fellow Seattle act Black Metal Bicycle’s ‘Firebreather’ EP, available for streaming on YouTube!
For Today debuted a new song early this week through Memphis May Fire, featuring Seattleite and MMF frontman Matty Mullins. The song is called Break The Cycle, and with two searing screamers, it’ll tear you apart. Listen with caution!
On the lighter folky pop side of things, Kris Orlowski posted a new music video for Believer, his new single. It’s a great listen:
That’s about it for now. Keep an eye out for the next batch of cool stuff out of the PNW!