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 firstname.lastname@example.org and telling us why YOU deserve to win.
You may remember back in August there was a Sovereign Sound post about how two indie bands from Colorado managed to completely devour the snobby LA music scene with killer performances at Cinespace. Well one of those bands, elctro alt rock powerhouses The Epilogues, has just released their first music video for their single “Hunting Season”- and you won’t believe your squinty music-loving eyes. The video, directed by Colorado resident Dylan Novak, bears a look of professionalism well beyond that of a first-time, low-budget, musical project. The young Novak’s undeniable talent radiates throughout the three and a half minute mini-film, as does the band’s made-for-fame theatrics. Each member looks perfectly natural in front of the lens, especially frontman Chris Heckman with his passionate gestures and sultry facial expressions. The outdoor setting for the video perfectly compliments the serenly beautiful and spooky song. Check out this masterpiece and dare to tell me you disagree.
Hello music lovers. Sorry for the absence of posts, news, tweets, and sweets, but C Note and I have been trying to settle into our respective homes for the next four months – in London, England. That’s right, from now through mid December, we will bring you all the latest music happenings from the US AND abroad, as we introduce the Sovereign Sound London Project.