All Poets & Heroes’ Emotional New Single

The latest track from indie/alt band, All Poets & Heroes proves to be just as powerful and rich as some of their earlier tracks (listen to 2017’s bubbly “Day Dreams“). “Life On The Line” feels like it could be featured in an early 2000’s indie film; cue the rainy window scene and black converse.

Lead singer Rob McCall embodies a young Rob Thomas as his voice echoes throughout the song building to a climactic bridge; probably one of the heaviest we’ve heard from AP&H. McCall says the song is about someone who has taken their own life. The narrator all poets and heroesis portraying the rational side of the brain getting the final say. “When you’re having these thoughts there are two voices at war. The rational, normal voice and the irrational side that is normally louder in these moments, and pushes you toward the edge. In this story the irrational side won, all that’s left is the rational side saying ‘if you gave me just a few more minutes to get though to you then we would still be here.'” The song closes with the narrator leaving a message of hope to others fighting with the same issues. Rob says, “Find a way to pull through because you can always change what you don’t like tomorrow.”

Soft guitars and a steady drum beat compliment the heavy and emotional lyrics, something we’re used to hearing from the band but “Life On The Line” feels a little more special.

Check out the single this Friday 4/12!!

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Friday Favorites

Kacey Musgraves’ new merch: The Grammy winner released a fresh batch of merchandise to her online store. Including a cute Golden Hour inspired mug, long sleeve tees, socks, and even a coloring book!

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Billie Eilish’s music video for “bad guy”: Billie Eilish continues to push the boundaries with artistic visuals, unique vocal patterns, and an image unlike any other pop singer in the genre. Check out the eclectic and fun “bad guy” below.

 

Sabrina Carpenter‘s recent interview with Zach Sang: The pop singer discusses the inspiration behind her recent track “Pushing 20”, upcoming new music, and what you can expect from her live shows.

 

“Monopoly” music video: Ariana Grande and Victoria Monet come together for a beautiful FU anthem meant to make you dance and laugh with every verse. This video is memetastic…I love it. Watch for yourself:

 

Fellow music blogger, Paige Backstage: This Toronto native posts music reviews, band spotlights and even some fun lifestyle content. Follow her on Instagram to keep up with her adventures (also, her insta stories are so fun and REAL.)

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Gia Woods‘ new single: This 22 year old seems to be on a roll. “Keep On Coming” is another fun pop song showcasing the singers unique vocal tones.

Beyonce signed a deal with Adidas:  This partnership will have Beyonce as a member of the creative team working on new footwear, apparel, and plans to relaunch her activewear brand Ivy Park.

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On Repeat: “Just Thought You Should Know” – Betty Who

With the arrival of Betty Who‘s third album, titled Betty, comes 90’s infused pop ballads and dance tunes meant to bring smiles and memories to all who listen. “Just Thought You Should Know” feels retro and emotional; a true standout on one of her shiniest albums to date.

Betty shed light on the song saying, “‘Just Thought You Should Know’ is one of the songs I’m the most proud of in my career. I’m really emotional (duh) and in relationships sometimes it’s impossible to share that with someone who doesn’t feel the same way about you, even if they did at one time in your lives.”

She sweetly sings, “I can still feel you, you’re everywhere, I can taste your lips, hear your voice in my head.” Poignant Whitney Houston-esque beats and simple pop chords make this song heartbreakingly magical. Following the typical pop formula, Betty’s voice takes on softer notes and swiftly works her way up to a belted chorus.

Listen for yourself here:

Also watch this gorgeous stripped down version:

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