Brooklyn’s Diver Through calls on the very best of the 1980s and 1990s for the rhythm of their new single, ‘To Death’. We’re reminded of the persistent drumbeat of The Cure, and the overall sonic style of The Gin Blossoms. But while it’s got a retro flavour, it’s very much a contemporary song, with the potential to be a new classic.
We’ve been following Wai Lana’s musical journey for a long time now – since 2017 to be exact, with her single, ‘Oh My Sweet Lord’, released in July that year. Now from the artist who has long devoted her life to yoga and its spiritual wisdom, comes her latest single, ‘River Of Forgiveness’. It’s no co-incidence that Wai Lana’s singles are released in July; International Yoga Day occurs on July 21, and Wai Lana has released a music video every year, since 2015, to coincide with the holiday, in a celebration of peace, happiness, hope, and respect.
In another awesome video, Sp8ce Owl is able to fully teleport us to distant places beyond our imaginations. While his previous clips have seen him take us around the world, and into space, with the video for his new single, ‘Digital Breathing’, we go inside our very own bodies, and also inside the hardware of an android. As we see the complex circuitry of our own nervous system compared to the wiring and chips of a robot, we ask ourselves, are we really very different?
In what proves to be the perfect homage to the place where they got their start, Greg Hoy & The Boys’ video for their song, ‘Carry Me Back Home’, intersperse footage of the band performing in the studio with clips of live performances, personal moments, and clips of them walking around their hometown of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.