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Coves To Join St. Vincent On UK/European Tour; Share New Video

"The delightful shoegaze-pop romp is displayed in a simple, kinetic blend of turning colors and spirited flashes; perfect for the nurturing, energetic triumph." -- The 405

As UK duo Coves prepared to join St. Vincent as support on her upcoming UK/European tour, the pair have shared a new video for track "Fall Out Of Love," which premiered on UK blog The 405 earlier today. The tour starts on October 22 in Manchester. For a full list of dates, click here

Scars On 45 Debut At #12 On Billboard Heatseekers Chart; "Crazy For You" Top 15 At Triple A Radio

 

“Safety in Numbers soars on the group's knack for crafting immediately infectious, utterly hummable songs that log in your soul just as quickly as they grab your ear. There's something poignant and deeply passionate to many of the songs...” — All Music

British pop/rockers Scars On 45 saw their sophomore album Safety In Numbers debut this week at #12 on the Billboard Heatseekers Chart, while lead single “Crazy For You” continues to climb the Triple A Top 30 radio chart, currently at #14. The band has been invited to “Live In The Vineyard,” the exclusive three-day event in Napa Valley, where they’ll perform alongside Train, Meghan Trainor, Echosmith, Matt Nathanson and more. They’ll finish out the year as support for Augustana starting November 24 (all dates below).

WATCH THE VIDEO FOR “CRAZY FOR YOU” HERE:

Run River North x Phorus To Share "Monsters Calling Home" Video; On Tour Now

Los Angeles-based Run River North partnered with Phorus, a subsidiary of DTS, Inc. to share the official music video for “Monsters Calling Home” from their self-titled debut (out now via Nettwerk Records).

As the first company to bring to market a DTS Play-Fi enabled speaker, Phorus set a new standard in the audio industry by streaming lossless, high-quality audio from iOS, Android and Windows PCs, to multiple rooms or from multiple users, simultaneously using standard Wi-Fi. With the “Monsters Calling Home” music video, the company offers a first glimpse of their new Phorus PS5 Speaker in action.

Run River North deals with themes of hope, struggle and identity. As such, album track "Growing Up" is prominently featured in the Ron Howard produced film, The Good Lie, featuring Oscar-winning actress Reese Witherspoon (Out October 3).

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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
 

Film & TV
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.