Husband and Wife duo Jared and Kristyn Corder of *repeat repeat have created a new record full of sugar-coated hooks and shiny harmonies (no wonder the album is titled Glazed). Premiering their new single on Billboard and shooting a video with producer Patrick Carney of The Black Keys, is certainly not a bad way to create some buzz around your next album. The Nashville band brought their jagged, raw energy from the Bonnaroo stage to the studio, pushing themselves further than ever before and ultimately receiving praise from the likes of Rolling Stone. Watch the official music video for their new single “Hi, I’m waiting” featuring a cameo from Patrick himself playing drums.
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The White Noise
Melodic post-hardcore finds new breath with Southern California band The White Noise. With roots in Texas, the band has created a driving sound that inked them a deal on Fearless Records. In 2017, the band toured on the Vans Warped Tour and released their debut record AM/PM to a well-received audience. After actively touring the band is hard at work on their sophomore album. In the meantime, check out their video for “Lost My Mind (In California)” above.
The White Noise rip the gig with Ernie Ball Not Even Slinky, Regular Slinky, Regular Bass Slinky, and Earthwood Phosphor Bronze Medium Light Acoustic Strings.
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Scott Woodruff started a one-man project playing all the instruments himself that later would become Stick Figure, a group that embraces dub and modern reggae music. Originally from Duxbury, MA the band released their debut album titled The Sound of My Addiction in 2006, followed by their sophomore record, Burnin Ocean, two years later. Now San Diego transplants, Stick Figure find themselves playing festivals and touring alongside fellow Ernie Ball artists Passafire, Rebelution, and Iration. Check out one of Stick Figure’s latest music video’s titled “Above The Storm” above.
Bassist Tommy Suliman plays an Ernie Ball Music Man StingRay HH
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After summers spent in Warped Tour parking lots, State Champs have fully come into their own, packing arena’s with iconic band’s such as blink-182 and Fall Out Boy. The powerpop group can’t stop making infectious anthems that get crowds moving, as proven on their Pure Noise Records release of Around The World and Back in 2015, topping out at number 30 on the Billboard Top 200 list. The band’s latest record, Living Proof, has catchy singles like “Criminal” seen in the video above, cementing the band’s ambition to seek longevity combined with their high energy shows.
State Champs rock the stage with Ernie Ball Skinny Top Heavy Bottom, Beefy Slinky, and Power Bass Slinky.
Bassist Ryan Graham rocks a custom blue Ernie Ball Music Man Sterling Bass.
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We would love to welcome into the Ernie Ball family California based indie-pop artists Saint Motel, who are full of smooth, well-crafted, retro-inspired bouncy songs guaranteed to make you want to dance. The bands tropical infused sound compliments crooners A.J. Jackson’s silky voice and the band put their film school experience to use making eye-catching vintage-inspired music videos to compliment their songs. Smashing alternative charts with their single “My Type,” their newest tune “Move” was released with a 360-degree virtual reality video. Saint Motel’s album Saintmotelevison became the first ever VR album when the band released more 360-degree videos for the rest of the tracks.
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