Flyleaf have just launched an official Cover Song Contest in collaboration with video sharing site Telly.com for their latest single, “New Horizons.” Flyleaf is calling on fans to submit video of themselves covering the song for a chance to win a Skype date with the band and a spot on their social networking pages. Head to telly.com/flyleafmusic/CoverContest to submit a video.

Flyleaf recently premiered the music video for “New Horizons” on Fuse, and the track will appear on their upcoming album of the same name, coming soon. For all of the latest on Flyleaf, be sure to check out their official site, as well as their Facebook and Twitter pages.

“New Horizons” Cover Song Contest: http://telly.com/flyleafmusic/CoverContest

“New Horizons” Music Video: http://youtu.be/AptjnW0Erqo

“New Horizons” on iTunes: http://smarturl.it/1hpnz6

“New Horizons” on SoundCloud: http://soundcloud.com/amoctonerecords/new-horizons

Assets: http://music.totalassault.com/artists/397/Flyleaf

Official Sites:
flyleafmusic.com
facebook.com/flyleafmusic
twitter.com/flyleafmusic

Features

Righteous Vendetta

Not Dead... Yet

After canning the entire album in 2015, Righteous Vendetta is ready to release 'Not Dead Yet' and prove they're still thriving. We recently got to sit down with Ryan Hayes, vocalist of Righteous Vendetta, to discuss the band's upcoming album, life in the Mountain West, and how the pandemic has him venturing into country music songwriting.

By

Full Feature
Neck Deep

The Pop-Punk Silver Lining

"I would hope from all of this madness we will come out of it and we're better equipped to understand and have compassion for each other." Releasing a new album during an historical epoch is certainly unique, and, for Neck Deep's 'All Distortions are Intentional,' the band looks to the future with a hopeful – and, yes, unique – approach.

By

Full Feature
Telle Smith of The Word Alive

An Artist's Obsession

Telle Smith, vocalist for The Word Alive, is coming off the release of the band's sixth studio album, MONOMANIA. That was in February. This is, well, now. Originally planned to tour for the new album and play for millions, he’s in his house in California... trading stocks. HM contributing writer Andrew Voigt catches up with the quarantined Smith.

By

Photo by Dusty Winter

Full Feature
All Features