Soft People Get ‘Tender’ With New Single Out July 12

Late last year we introduced readers to Soft People, a husband and husband duo from San Luis Obispo, almost exactly in between San Francisco and LA. Their song ‘Absolute Boy’, struck us with its deeply personal lyrics, and 80s stylings, and we really enjoyed their sound. So we’re happy to announce that their new single, ‘Tender’, is set for release this Friday July 12, ahead of their performance at The California Central Coast Pride Festival that weekend.

Soft People – ‘The Absolute Boy’

Soft People have that whole California feel about them, which isn’t surprising when you discover that they’re based in San Luis Obispo, close to the midpoint between San Francisco and Los Angeles. The duo comprises married couple Caleb Nichols and John Metz, who met when Nichols, a long term member of the Oakland California music scene, hired John as his drummer, for his band, Grand Lake. The pair started dating shortly after, and that, as they say in the classics, was that.

Changes in the Gaming Trends after Gambling Legislation: Kansas

According to Deloitte’s Digital Media Trends 2020 Report, one-third of the users subscribed to a particular video game service provider for the first time ever since the pandemic began. These numbers can vary greatly by a specific age group, however, one thing is clear about the industry. This unexpected rise in demand and the developing interest in gambling, especially economically, will keep it on the rise in the following year – 2022, and the future. According to the reports of a January 2021 study, the entire cloud gaming growth was expected to climb up to around $7 billion by 2027.