Austin, TX-based post-hardcore outfit Colorblind have just released their newest single/music-video, “Stay.” The brooding piece blends poppy production with a bouncy beat, and has a contagious chorus that doesn’t take long to get stuck in listener’s heads. We got to speak with vocalist Travis Moseley on the new song, whose video just premiered on the prestigious BVTV Music YouTube channel:
A band that my girlfriend introduced to me that I came to love myself is Sunsleep. With a bold interpretation of post-hardcore, one of the noteworthy parts of the act is the impressive vocals from Devin Barrus. The band has toured with the likes of Picturesque, Dayseeker, and Slaves. Today, we talked to the bright young singer about some hot topics:
Back in 2010, when I was getting into the cavalcade of weird bands in the scene, I looked for the weirdest of the weird. I stumbled across The Bunny The Bear, and followed with pensive interest for several years, as the band’s obtuse approach to metal couldn’t be bogged down by any one genre. I got the chance to speak with frontman Matthew Tybor about this project in detail:
Over the next several weeks, we’re going to be discussing a handful of bands across our home state of Florida that we think you should know about. They will be across the spectrum in terms of style and genre. First we’ll be talking to vocalist Elliot from the heavy noise-rock trio Vacancy from St Pete.