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What's That Song In The Facebook "Say Thanks" Campaign? It’s Radical Face!

Facebook recently launched a new “Say Thanks” feature, which allows their users to create personalized video cards for Facebook friends. It gained the most attention last week went Mark Zuckerberg himself created a video or his wife Priscilla Chan. But if you were wondering what the moving and melodic background music featured in the video is, it’s none other than Nettwerk’s own Radical Face and his song “Always Gold” from the album The Family Tree: The Roots. A second song also from the same album, “Severus and Stone,” is used in the latest “Say Thanks” video direct at family members.

The Family Tree: The Roots is the first of The Family Tree trilogy, released in 2012. The second installment of the trilogy, The Family Tree: The Branches, was released last October. Watch the latest music video for the song “The Mute” below:

Boxed In Premieres New Video For "Foot Of The Hill"

 

“Brilliant electro pop, great to dance to and sing along to” – Q
“It’s perfect piano pop given the electronica once over; enough weird and enough wonderful” – The Line Of Best Fit
“Driving alternative pop, filled with organic, earthly sounds” - HUH
“Oli Bayston seems to have a knack of turning everything he touches into gold. Upbeat piano-led electronica in the vein of LCD Soundsystem” –
The 405

Watch the brand new video for single ‘Foot of the Hill’ from Boxed In’s forthcoming, self-titled debut album on Nettwerk Records. ‘Foot of the Hill’ is a caterwauling hunk of avant-garde precision and a perfect aperitif for what is on offer from Boxed In’s debut due out January 19th 2015 in the UK (U.S. release TBA).

Having played in indie band Keith, written for The 2 Bears, sung for George FitzGerald as well as producing for the likes of The Voyeurs, Rosie Lowe and The Bohicas, Boxed In, aka Oli Bayston is finally bringing his wide array of talents to bear on his first solo project.

Sinead O'Connor Joins Band Aid 30 To Help Raise Awareness For West Africa's Ebola Crisis

Nettwerk's Sinead O'Connor is among the many artists brought together by Irish singer Bob Geldof and Scottish musician and songwriter Midge Ure to record a 30th anniversary version of the charity single - "Do They Know It's Christmas?" - to raise money to fight the Ebola crisis in West Africa. Originally written in 1984, the single was released to raise awareness and funds for the Ethiopian famine in 1983-1985.

Band Aid 30, the 2014 incarnation of the charity supergroup Band Aid, also includes Bono, Ed Sheeran, Robert Plant, One Direction, Sam Smith, Chris Martin (Coldplay), Ellie Goulding, Rita Ora, Seal and more. Recorded on November 15, 2014, watch the official music video above. 
 

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LA-based Family Of The Year share “Hero” from their album, Loma Vista. Known for their live performances, the band has played sold-out shows across Europe, including France’s Les Vieilles Charrues, Paris’ Rock En Seine and UK’s Reading and Leeds Festivals. The band has also toured with Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeroes, Mumford & Sons, Grouplove, Good Old War, Belle Brigade, and Walk The Moon. A unique brand of indie, folk and acid rock, Huffington Post sums it up best, "Loma Vista is pure pop bliss, it deserves to appear on many year-end Top 10 lists."

 

Watch the new video for "Days of Gold," Jake Owen's new single co-written with Neil Mason. Each of Jake's last 4 singles went to #1 on the country charts, and “Days of Gold” is already Top 25 & climbing at Country radio and is his fastest rising single to date. The song is the lead single from his album DAYS OF GOLD to be released on 12/3 via RCA Nashville.
 
For more information, visit http://www.jakeowen.net
 

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Nettwerk Lands Budweiser Super Bowl Spot for Passenger's "Let Her Go"

Nettwerk's Senior Director of Advertising and Branding, Karen Macmillian, gives the behind-the-scenes info on just how Passenger's "Let Her Go" became the soundtrack for 2014's most popular Super Bowl ad.  Check out the interview here.

The LA-based, six-piece alternative folk/rock band recently released their anticipated, self-titled debut to critical acclaim, and is starting to sell out headline dates around the country. Produced by Phil Ek (Band Of Horses, Fleet Foxes, Built To Spill, The Shins), Run River North burgeons with richly layered harmonies, dynamic instrumentation and evocative storytelling. The album deals with themes of hope, struggle and identity – a result of all band members coming from families who moved to Southern California from Asia.