“Dream On, Baby Blue” is taken from Chorusgirl’s debut album, which is due out on Fortuna POP! on 13 November. As singer Silvi Wersing explains it is; “mostly about feeling powerless and small and the demands that others make on you to speak up, but that there can also be beauty and dignity in silence if you just stay who you are.”
Taken from the bands self-titled debut album out on the 13th of November via Fortuna POP!
27/11/15: Sheffield, The Picture House Social (w Black Tambourines, Dignan Porch, Fruit Bomb)
28/11/15: Leeds, Wharf Chambers (w T.O.Y.S.)
01/12/15: Brighton, The Hope And Ruin (w Moss Lime)
04/12/15: Coventry, The Tin At The Coal Vaults (w The Spook School, Duck Thieves)
05/12/15: Nottingham, The Chameleon Arts Cafe, (w The Spook School, Wolf Girl)
06/12/15: Glasgow, Nice’N’Sleazy (w The Spook School, Wolf Girl)
Beat Surrender favourite Jim Dead is back with a new album Pray For Rain lined up for release on December 11th, the Glasgow based singer-songwriter shares the spotlight on this recording with The Doubters – Stuart Begley (guitar / vocals) Frankie Coia (bass) and Tommy clark (drums / vocals), the album was recorded 6 Ohm Studio in Glasgow and the resulting album is a more amped-up affair than previous releases with plenty of dirty blues guitar riffs that demand the volume be switched up to the max.
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“These songs are a love letter to rock and roll and to the person closest to you who lets you pursue it” says Joey Kneiser of his new album The Wildness, both the notion and the sentiment run true, it’s a honest album of little pretence that shuns the need to find any kind of niche.
There’s a certain reverence in the songs and music on this album and more than a little magic; with the artist seemingly having drawn a deep breathe, held and savoured the moment then exhaled something new, but familiar and comforting.
“The concept for the video stems from the idea that everything worth doing in life requires you to give up something in return,” Kneiser says. “In the video I give up a part of me to find something I lost along the way.”
Rock ‘n’ roll can, it seems, save your soul.