With no dates set yet for the re-opening of music venues in the U.K. due to the current COVID-19 pandemic, artists are having to reschedule concert dates and work around the health and safety regulations put in place by the U.K. government. Jedward are also affected by this, the Irish duo having to move their three show tour from August to February. It had originally been planned for May.
Trav Torch returns with his new single, ‘Give It To Me Baby’, alongside a music video which takes full advantage of his butter-smooth vocal talents and magnetic screen presence. The clip is certainly one for the times, demonstrating that Trav too has perfected his hand-washing technique. It’s love in the time of Covid-19.
Keeping a calm and stress-free state of mind during rough times can be tough. With the current state of affairs around the world, it isn’t a shock if anyone feels crippling anxiety and helplessness as all face this global pandemic together. Do not fret, however, since there are ways to help you cope through these trying times.
Jedward have kept their fans entertained during the COVID-19 quarantine, which they had been spending in Los Angeles, with best friend, actress Tara Reid, during which time they were interviewed on ITV’s ‘ITV’s ‘Loose Women’. Now back in Dublin, John has uploaded an acoustic guitar cover of The Police classic, ‘Every Breath You Take’.
Machine Gun Kelly (EST 19XX/Bad Boy/Interscope Records) has released an acoustic version of ‘Bloody Valentine’, along with a new music video to accompany the vocal performance. While strumming on the acoustic guitar, the music video places Machine Gun Kelly on top of a breath-taking hilltop while sitting on his motorcycle.
During these heartbreaking and fearful times, a lovely soothing song is all one needs. Music is fundamental to a weary soul as it boosts one’s spirits to live and conquer another day. Musicians across the globe are also feeling the full effect of the coronavirus pandemic. In as much as they are striving to offer their fans amazing songs to take them through the crisis, they are struggling. Some of their financial sources, such as live performing events have gotten cancelled. All you can do is support them during these challenging times. Here’s how to play your role in promoting music during the coronavirus storm.
It really feels like we’ve been in quarantine forever due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and we’ve had to adjust to separation and distance, everywhere in the world. Musical artists are no different, but they have a further struggle in that their very livelihood is affected because they’re unable to perform live in public. But thankfully, musicians are very resourceful, and with that comes a lot of hope as well. Singer, songwriter, and guitarist, Dos Floris, is determined not to let enforced separation get to her, and instead has collaborated with other musicians, as well as members of the general public. Her new single, ‘All In It Together’, sees a 40 person band come together over a video link-up, comprising independent musicians she’s met over time, as well as the public.