Close Your Eyes’ lauded Line in the Sand has already produced a number of great reviews, and now to start the new year off right, they’re releasing a new music video for “The End.” (It’s hosted over at Fuse with no embed code, so you’ll have to head over there to check it out.) It’s good to see the band’s success as they move on with their new singer, Sam Robinson.
No one knows artists better than Amy Sciarretto, industry veteran and President of Atom Splitter PR. So when the world hit pause and artists had to call an audible, there is no one better to talk to about how those bands are pivoting in a new reality. Sciarretto talks to us from her own home in New Jersey about how the pandemic is affecting artists, their process of undergoing transition, and how it's going to change music – maybe in great and unexpected ways.Full Feature More from Amy Sciarretto
Dave Elkins, lead vocalist and songwriter of Mae, answers questions about the band’s future plans, his new musical ventures, and how he uses nature to reconnect to his spiritual side in a world of pandemics and murder hornets.Full Feature More from Mae
Last year, Sleeping With Sirens put out 'How it Feels to Be Lost' with plans to support it throughout 2020. And then, well, 2020 happened. HM contributing writer Andrew Voigt speaks with vocalist Kellin Quinn about putting the band on pause, starting a new project in quarantine, and his new-found life as a part-time teacher.Full Feature More from Sleeping with Sirens
"Music is our everything; we live and die for it. It’s our way to be human, so making songs that make that deep human connection is really important for The Used." In a new age of releasing music in a socially-distanced world, Bert McCracken and The Used face the challenge of human connection when physical connection is taboo. HM contributing writer Andrew Voigt dives in with McCracken about The Used's new album, Heartwork, his absence on social media, and why 2020 will be the year of rice.Full Feature More from The Used