Principe Valiente’s “Running Juveniles” music video is here: a pure celebration of youth and life.
The homonymous song is the third single to be released from the band’s most anticipated latest album “Oceans”. Shot around Östermalm in Stockholm, the video was filmed & edited by the Swedish filmmaker Andreas Hillerborg.
One year after the release of “Songs about Losers”, the Swedish band The Search is back with ten new songs collected on the album “Echo”. This time the creative mind of the band Razmig Tekeyan brings the minimalistic sound to its top.
“Echo” is a low-fi recording where the recorded demo tracks ended up being the final songs on the album; all songs sound more natural, as if played at home under a warm candle light with a guitar. In this calm atmosphere the listener is able to focus on the compositions and lyrics waiting for the emotion-filled stories to unfold.
“Echo” is The Search’s most intimate and earthbound album thus far and increases the curiosity about what comes next.
The album was recorded and produced by Razmig Tekeyan in the band’s own studio and mastered by Tommy Steuer (TS-Musix Studios, Leipzig).
Shortly after the release of their new album “Oceans” in May, the Swedish quartet offers now their debut EP from 2007 as a free download at their Bandcamp page. The EP contains 4 songs including the hit single “In My Arms”.
The band was originally formed under the name “The Silverslut” in 1999 and they recorded 6 EPs before evolving into THE SEARCH in 2004. The group has since released 6 studio albums and has faced many changes in their line-up until it was eventually reduced to a trio shortly before the release of their record “Our Need for Solace” (2014).
Their new album “Songs about Losers” comprises 17 dark/dream pop tracks that remind us of The Smiths and many other British guitar bands of the 80s. Nevertheless, THE SEARCH’s minimalistic sound is modern and authentic, providing the perfect ambiance for their emotion-filled stories to unfold. Heart and soul of THE SEARCH is Razmig Tekeyan, a talented musician who once again proves his ability to embrace plenty of life’s experiences and blend them into his compositions and lyrics.
Their new album “Songs about Losers” was recorded and produced in the band’s own studio and mastered by Magnus Lindberg in Stockholm, Sweden.
“Songs about Losers” may not change the world as we know it but listen to it with an open mind and you may be surprised.
We just released two new albums of the Canadian music project THE SILENCE INDUSTRY as a 'name your price' download at Bandcamp.
The Silence Industry's "Brother Sing, Sister Shout (and other conspiracies)" was initially released in 2014 on Enough Records. The release contains 7 new tracks of their signature sound blending elements of Gothic Rock with prog, noise, dream-pop and folk influences.
"The Hidden Album" (also known by its' alternate title "~/.tsi") was initially released in 2016. It sees the Silence Industry developing their unique sound in a rawer, unpolished direction with piercing guitars colliding with staccato drum machine rhythms to the steady hammering of effect drenched electric bass. Tracks include "Neonblack", "This Zero Hour", and the otherworldly "On Feathered Wings".