Great stuff you missed : November 15th round up



It’s not easy to keep track with music news especially when you make yourself a busy bunny, so we check it all out regularly and make a selective list of the new stuff that you could most likely be into. That’s the great stuff you missed!

    1. Luca Brasi – Count Me Out (music video)

Start your week in style with this cool video for Luca Brasi‘s ‘Count Me Out’, which features guest vocals from Georgia Maq (Camp Cope)!
The song is taken from the australians’ recent record ‘If This Is All We’re Going To Be’, out now via Poison City Records. PLUG-IN recommends!


2. You Me At Six – Give

Those of you who attended You Me At Six‘s show in Paris a few days ago had the chance to witness the live rendition for this one for the first time. Give will be featured on You Me At Six‘s upcoming album ‘Night People’, out on January 13th, 2017.


3. Stray From The Path – The House Always Win

Stray From The Path are always vocal about what isn’t right for them. Here’s yet another angry f*ck to the american establishment in form of a new song + music video. The anticipation has increased for us now that it’s official that a new record is on its way! For the record, Stray From The Path will be touring europe in a few days from now, supporting The Amity Affliction on their headline European tour.


4. Bullet For My Valentine – Don’t Need You

Check out this brand new single and music video for Bullet For My Valentine‘s Don’t Need You. New album should see the light in the coming year and you can enjoy the band’s new stage outfit for this new cycle in the video! (All jokes aside, their current tour is pretty good, you shouldn’t miss out on the remaining dates.)


5. Dayshell – Low Life

3 years after their debut album, Dayshell released its successor ‘Nexus’ last October, through their new label Spinefarm Records. Their latest single Low Life is a good representation of what Shayley Bourget and his bandmates do best. So you haven’t checked out ‘Nexus’ yet, don’t hesitate to give it a listen.


7. Landscapes – Escapist

Since releasing their new album ‘Modern Earth’ earlier this year, Landscapes didn’t stop touring. But in between all that, the band still managed to record this raw, intense video for Escapist, which illustrates fairly well what Landscapes music is about.
Landscapes are heading out on tour with Counterparts and Expire later this month.


8. Endless Heights – Drain

Endless Heights are set to release a new 7″ record called ‘Pray I Fade’ and this song is the first one to come out of it. Drain highlights how Endless Heights’ sound is maturing over the time and it comes with a music video that you should check out. Australia does pretty well in music.


9. Bad Sign – Closure

Bad Sign are a band we’ve always enjoyed following and they always manage to keep us interested with each release. Here’s a new single called Closure, released through Basick Records last month.
Bad sign will be playing a handful of shows in Germany with Hacktivist very soon. Keep your eyes peeled for new music!


10. Acres – In Sickness & Health 

In Sickness & Health is Acres‘ brand new track that we can’t urge you enough to listen to. The music video for it was directed by Zak Pinchin and you should all watch it now and keep an eye on Acres in the (very) near future!


That’s it for now, we hope you all enjoy your week and all the shows lining up in the coming weeks! 


I’m Yousra, in love with most of the things that earth has to offer, and isn’t music one of its most amazing wonders ? In that purpose, I try to always be on the look-out for every new band that will make my ears happy and my soul filled again.

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