You saw the Epilogues‘ video for “Hunting Season” on the Sovereign Sound first. You remember how amazing it was, how the song made you feel, and how the cinematography moved, inspired, and awed you. Well now you have the chance to be a part of their next project– the band is at it again and gearing up to create a brand new masterpiece. The video for new single “The Fallout” will be directed by the same brilliant mind behind “Hunting Season,” Dylan Novak of Montauk Media, so it is guaranteed to be sensational. This time around, though, the band is doing something a little different and asking for fans, friends, and general admirers to help out in making the video. So if you love The Epilogues, here is your chance to prove it.
Hey hey hey Colorado music lovers, what better way to spend a chilly December night then at The Black Sheep in Colorado Springs with one of Canada’s most beloved and popular indie rock bands? That’s right, Tokyo Police Club is blazing through your great state on December 13th and, in our everlasting effort to please you, the Sovereign Sound has scored a pair of tickets to give to one lucky reader for FREE. That’s right, you can get a hot pair of complimentary tickets in your anxious little hands simply by emailing email@example.com and telling us why YOU deserve to win.
Oftentimes in the music world, thing can move slowly for bands. Other times, the pace of the industry moves so quickly it’s hard to keep up. Either way, when you’re good, you’re good, and eventually someone takes notice. So whether it takes you a decade to get a record deal, or you’re Rocky Loves Emily and you drop your label debut EP less than two years after forming, hard work pays off. The pop rocking, punk infused, country lace band from Detroit, Michigan released their debut EP on Tooth and Nail Records just last week. The insanely catchy American Dream is available exclusively on iTunes and in Hot Topic stores nationwide and we here at Sovereign Sound highly recommend that you snag yourself a copy ASAP.
In the meantime, check out this behind-the-scenes making of the music video for their first single “Clueless”. The finished version should be up online any day now, but you can satisfy your Rocky Loves Emily craving a bit by watching this on repeat until then.