Playlists are in! Pick your platform of choice (Soundcloud, Rdio and Spotify) and get listening to what rocked the blogs last month (featuring Favela, CHVRCHES, Sego, Born Ruffians and many more).
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Typically, when I get an e-mail from ON AN ON‘s camp, the press release will only spent minutes in my inbox before I’ll get a post up. I guess real life gets in the way sometimes. Here’s a new one from ON AN ON, the latest we’re hearing from their album And The Wave Has Two Sides, out July 24th via Roll Call Records.
“It’s Not Over” by ON AN ON, from their forthcoming sophomore album And The Wave Has Two Sides, out July 24th via Roll Call Records. The Carlos Lopez Estrada directed video was shot entirely on an iPhone 6, and features two lovers as they chase each other alongside a speeding train; crashing through buildings, jumping over cows and riding along on horses and motorcycles and even jet-packs to keep up.
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May the 4th be with you.
Playlists are up! Check out this longer than usual collection of some great songs that popped online last month in April (via Soundcloud, Rdio and Spotify). Artists to watch: The Japanese House, Day Wave, White Shadows and Wales.
Perfect timing for a new song from ON AN ON, who have announced a name for their upcoming July 24th album release. And The Wave Has Two Sides follows their amazing debut Give In and so far is following in the right footsteps. Back in February, we heard the newest version of “Drifting“. Today we can add “It’s Not Over” to the list of new songs I’ll probably wear out once I get my hands on this new record.
Take a listen to “It’s Not Over”.