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Fran “So Surreal”

Fran has released a second single, “So Surreal”, from their debut album, A Private Picture, which is due out on November 15th via Fire Talk. The new single is accompanied by a fun video directed by Tony Duvall.

You can help Fran celebrate the release of her album on November 23rd at the Hideout.

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Teen Blush "Ghost"

Teen Blush has released his third single, “Ghost”, of 2019. This is Rosé soaked Dream Pop filled with lush, looping synths and breathy vocals.

This is follows his hit late summer single, “Felt Like Home”, which was released via BIRTHDIY back in August.

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The Addisons "Fake It"

The Addisons recently released a new single called “Fake It”. This is the first new music we have received from the ’90’s-influenced Indie Rock band since their 2018 EP “Here It Comes Again”.

This is the work of Tom Counihan (vocals, guitar), Dave Lysien (vocals, guitar), Jesse Carmona (drums), and Rick Uncapher (bass).

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Tough Age - Garage Pop Music Video "Me in Glue", Junction City 10.19

Tough Age are a power pop trio on Mint Records spending most of their time in Toronto. They have a rather lengthy discography available on their bandcamp page which includes their latest release “Shame”. Earlier this year they released a video for the single “Me in Glue”. This tune is a catchy lo-fi rocker accompanied by a music video which shows the singer of the group having just a terrible, horrible, no good, very bad day. The guitar licks sound happy though! Tough Age will be playing a huge show at Junction City Music Hall on Saturday October 19th with the legendary BA Johnston and pop punk extraordinaire’s First Base. – Kris Gies





Listen to Trends' indie-rock scorcher, "Branches," play two shows in November

On their poignant new single, "Branches," Trends deal with time's ever-changing nature. The surging first single, which started as the lo-fi project of Marina Paiz, considers how we deal with change in our lives, and how the people we care for come in and out of our lives—some we outgrow and others outgrow us. It's a bittersweet feeling that Paiz conveys through the now quartet's powerful blend of shimmering guitar leads and surging choruses. "Time passes me by/ pieces, they flake right off me," she softly sings, following the song's placid ebb and flow before it builds into a driving indie-rock scorcher.

Trends are playing two upcoming shows in the month of November, starting with The Other Door in North Hollywood on November 6, followed by Harvard & Stone on November 20. Check out the video for "Branches" below. - Juan Rodríguez

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