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Four For Friday Featuring: Leisure Club, Glom, The Millinnial​ Club, and Uforia

Leisure Club ” Shoreline”

Leisure Club has released their second single of 2019 titled Shoreline. The easy breezy summery tune is about a yearning for more meaningful connections in a fast, substance-fuelled environment. The vocals and the instrumentation both have a melancholy feel to them that are perfect to soundtrack a warm summer night.

Glom ” My Red Spine “

Brooklyn based Glom draw their inspiration from the 90s alternative rock scene and deliver a familiar sound in a new way with their new single My Red Spine. The song is saturated with an icy guitar riff that highlights the edgy vocals of lead man Peter Warren and was inspired by 70’s guitar bands such as Blue Oyster Cult. The lushly textured single is lifted from the band’s debut album.

The Millennial Club ” MI “

Southern-California based The Millennial Club blend dance-inspired 80’s pop, beat-driven 90’s R&B, and emotional love-centered lyricism on their new song MI. The vocals are effortless and sultry and the lyrics are honest and raw. MI is taken from The Millennial Club’s recently released debut EP She’s So Insane. If you are a 1975 fan, The Millennial Club is your new band for you to fall in love with.

Uforia ” Crawl “

Toronto hard rock band Uforia has released their newest single Crawl. The song which is very capable of being a stadium anthem is full of rollicking melodies, riveting guitar riffs, and head banging drums. The song says lead singer Michael Ursini is about perseverance ” It reminds people to have faith in themselves – it’s pretty much how I feel every day, trying to get ahead in the music industry.”

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You can usually find me traveling, queuing, or at barricade for a band. I am most likely doing all three things in a day. If I'm not at a concert you can also find me digging through crates for that coveted black disc of vinyl.

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