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Press Releases For March, Here Are The Artists

Sir Chloe is among these press releases for March

Camp Bedford, 802, Isis Salam, Sir Chloe, St. Paul & The Broken Bones, dayaway, Annabel Lee are the artists among these press releases for March.

Camp Bedford – “Jupiter”: A folk-pop song with aching-to-raging vocals, a powerful blend of harmonies, and complex musical arrangements. This is the second single from Brooklyn-based folk-pop trio Camp Bedford’s upcoming debut EP “So Often & So Sweet,” out March 31. Camp Bedford (Roxanne Quilty on guitar and vocals, Mariela Flor Olivo on lead rhythm guitar and vocals, and Tallen Gabriel on the cello) is a queer and femme-led band whose deep friendship shines through in their music. At once witchy, nostalgic, and magical, “Jupiter” and “2 AM” (released in February to warm reviews) both capture Camp Bedford’s sonic essence beautifully, setting the stage for what’s soon to come from the band. Of their newest single, Camp Bedford wrote: “‘Jupiter’ is about recognizing the parts of yourself that no longer serve you and setting them on fire. Written like a spell or incantation, this track’s ethereal elements and driving energy capture the experience of surrendering to your own power.” Melding their unique voices and styles of instrumentation, Camp Bedford writes songs about adventures, self-discovery, life’s journeys, and the stumbles along the way. Nostalgic forward-thinkers, Camp Bedford’s music is infused with the magic of possibility. Compared to the likes of Joseph, First Aid Kit, and Wye Oak, the group finds inspiration in poetry, nature, and musical genres ranging from bluegrass to hyper-pop.

802 – “My Girl”: A very fuzzy noisy soundscape for a pop song haunted by playful synths lines, harsh distorted guitars, and dreamy vocals. After releasing hip-hop beats with the likes of Raekwon (Wu-Tang Clan) and touring in and outside Denmark under the name Slowolf, Andreas Asingh moved from Copenhagen to his childhood in Djursland, Denmark, where a new project was born. In late 2022, Asingh met Emil Sørensen and Andreas Beck, two long-haired dudes from the heavy metal underground scene in Djursland. Immediately, a strong connection formed between the trio, leading to the creation of a new project entitled 802. In no time, 802 have created their own unique and hazy sound of ghostly synths, bubblegum-pop hooks, and prog drumbeats, all wrapped up in thick heavy metal distortion. Their debut single comes alongside a short film directed by Casper Balslev who has directed music videos for the alt-J and MØ. In the coming-of-age film, we meet a goth teenage girl in Djursland. She wakes up alone. The loneliness can seem striking and harsh, but that’s only until she goes out to a car graveyard and finds an old rusty hearse with a coffin in it. Inside the coffin lies another goth girl, exactly like herself. The two girls go on a rampage through the local neighborhood in constant contrast to their surroundings. After a clash with a scooter gang, a fight in a bodega, and an entertaining evening in a bowling center, the girls end up in a ‘madhouse’ of like-minded heavy metal characters. Here, they hang out with members of the band 802 and, finally, they go to an 802 concert in an old barn far out in the countryside. The video is about the downtime and the pastime you have as a young person in the countryside when all fun can seem so far away, and touches on the rebellious feeling that is often simmering under the surface. You are in constant rebellion with yourself and your surroundings. Who are you anyway? Stay tuned for more from 802, coming soon.

Isis Salam – “FlyTrap”: A rap song over a Motown music background, effortlessly blending soul, funk, and pop, showcasing Isis Salam’s lyrical prowess and undeniable skills as an emcee.  As stated in the chorus “Too Fly, not to Fly”. A tour de force return from multi-hyphenate artist Isis Salam, which aims to the spotlight on her talent for turning out uncategorizable rap tracks. Her new project,” 4U IN LUE OF FLOWERS” out March 24, is an exploration and meditation on “BLK JOY,” the often-contradictory realities facing a queer non-nor-atypical black female artist. “Black” is commonly associated with the negative and joy being its antithesis.  ISIS SALAM yet again proves her vocal skills, versatility as well as her playful side with a sincere desire for her music to have an impact. Powerful music, as diverse as her story of strife and self-discovery. Featuring collaborations with legendary Chicago hip-house producer Tyree Cooper (best known for billboard chart-topper “Turn up the bass”) and Kelvin Scholar (of composer for QTip, Carl Craig, Stevie Wonder), “4 U IN LIEU OF FLOWERS” blends the sounds of deep house bass lines, dillaesque jazz & hip shaking disco grooves – joining Salam’s past and future. Part one of her three-part anthology of music, “4 U” is poised to enlighten the masses on Salam’s skills as a formidable singer/songwriter, rapper, producer, and truth-seeker.

Sir Chloe – “Hooves”: A cold and nonchalant delivery for a song that rocks hard with gritty guitar and a big hooky chorus. This is the project of vocalist, songwriter, and guitarist Dana Foote and the lead single from her debut album, “I Am the Dog,” slated for release May 19 via Atlantic Records. She has also unveiled a video for “Hooves,” directed by Molly Hawkins and Grant Spanier. Additionally, Sir Chloe will embark on “I Am The Tour” later this year, a run of headline dates in North America and Europe, as well as previously confirmed support for a co-headline tour with Phoenix and Beck, which will also feature support from Japanese Breakfast, Weyes Blood and Jenny Lewis. Made with Grammy-winning producer John Congleton (Lana Del Rey, St. Vincent, Angel Olsen) with songwriting contributions from Teddy Geiger (Caroline Polachek, Sylvan Esso, Lizzo) and Sarah Tudzin (Weyes Blood, Amen Dunes, Slowdive), “I Am The Dog” encapsulates the thrilling paradoxical nature of Sir Chloe. Thematically, the album grapples with finding control in the innate chaos of life, highlighting and interrogating this tension, only to destabilize it and opt for chaos once again. Anchored by Foote’s emotional and dynamic voice, the album toes the line between expression and concealment, making a fetish of the unsaid with lyrics that are simultaneously frank and ambiguous. With this constant push and pull propelling the album forward, Foote’s aim isn’t to be at rest but rather to ask why she cannot be. Foote put Sir Chloe together in college to serve as her senior thesis, going on to write the band’s first major hits “Michelle”—which has accumulated more than 180 million streams on Spotify—and “Animal” on the floor of her dorm room. The rest of the songs on Sir Chloe’s 2020 EP “Party Favors” were recorded in a warehouse that the band transformed into a recording space with just $100 and sheer will. Following the success of the EP and two additional singles in 2022, the band—which consists of Foote, Teddy O’Mara, Palmer Foote, and Austin Holmes—toured arenas with Portugal. The Man and alt-J, opened for the Pixies and headlined two tours of their own in the United States and Europe, with sold-out stops in New York, Los Angeles, London, Paris, Amsterdam, and more.

St. Paul & The Broken Bones – “Lonely Love Song”: A soft acoustic guitar with poignant to biting vocals working like a powerful and moving lullaby. Of the new track, bandleader Paul Janeway says, “‘Lonely Love Song’ was actually the first song written for “Angels In Science Fiction” and the template in which we wrote the whole album: simple lyrics with a simple message that cuts to the core. It’s hard to sing without my eyes swelling up with tears. The lyrics flow from denial to fear to the inevitable. Remember that you are dust, and to dust, you shall return.” “Lonely Love Song” follows the record’s first single, “Sea Star,” which debuted last month to critical praise from NPR, Relix, and Glide Magazine, with an accompanying video—an homage to the band’s home state of Alabama—directed by Gus Black. “Angels In Science Fiction,” set for a release on April 21 via ATO Records, was recorded at Sam Phillips Recording Studio in Memphis, Tennessee, and was produced by Matt Ross-Spang (Jason Isbell, John Prine, Elvis Presley). It follows the band’s critically acclaimed 2022 album, “The Alien Coast.” The new record was written in the span of a few weeks after Janeway learned that his wife was pregnant with their daughter, Marigold. Following the examples set by greats like Aristotle, William James, and John Steinbeck, Janeway penned the album as a series of letters to his then-unborn daughter. “A few people told me it would be a good idea to write letters to my yet-to-be-born daughter before she arrived into the world,” says Janeway. “That is what “Angels In Science Fiction” is. The themes throughout the album are faith, nature vs nurture, anxiety, and beauty. This is a record I would have written whether I did this for a living or not. I don’t know if those records come along all the time.”

dayaway – “hot blue summer”: Light dreamy vocals floating over a surf guitar line and a sun-drenched soundscape. This beach-ready track is the work of dayaway, an indie-pop project consisting of Amber Renee and Graham Marsh of CLAVVS. The single’s release falls on the anniversary of their very first release which was titled “cool water” and arrived last year to critical acclaim after being featured in ABC’s “A Million Little Things” and on popular playlists across Spotify, Apple Music, and Amazon Music. With an obsession with the ocean, Amber Renee’s songs tell a story of love and loss, detailing a heartbreak in summertime snapshots. The project was written and conceived over many afternoons out at Rockaway Beach and produced with her longtime collaborator and four-time Grammy winner Graham Marsh. Equal parts beachy new wave and hazy dream pop, dayaway’s songs are tailor-made for golden afternoons on the water.

Annabel Lee – “All Of My Ghosts”: Expressive and intense vocals over a catchy pop song with a cabaret flair, landing between an alt-rock anthem and an alluring emotional ballad. This is a track from Los Angeles-based alt-rocker Annabel Lee’s debut album “Mother’s Hammer.” Lee explains, “This song is about entering a relationship with somebody who had previously been in a long-term relationship with somebody else and feeling that no matter what you do, they’ve already done it. Wherever you go, they’ve already been there. It’s about feeling haunted by your partner’s past and being constantly reminded of it to the point of madness.” Lee continues, “This song is for anyone that feels like they have shoes they are always filling in their relationship, to the point where it drives you a little bit crazy. It’s a creepy, sexy, retaliation about realizing your position in a new relationship.” Written mostly while in quarantine in 2020, “Mother’s Hammer” gave Annabel Lee time to reflect on the preceding years which were some of the hardest of her life. After a cross-country move to pursue music, Lee found herself in challenging situations, from struggling with addiction and running out of money to ending an eight-year relationship that left her without a place to live. It was from this profound hardship that an incredibly intimate, expansive body of work emerged. Diving into the subject matter, Lee shares, “Some of the stories on the album relate to being strung along by vampires in the industry. Being mistreated and taken advantage of. Fumbling around trying to fall in love and staying numb at every turn. Grieving the loss of friends, gone much too soon, and trying to see the silver linings but losing hope. Being 3,000 miles from anyone that actually knew me. It was a very dark and informative time.” Over 11 compelling tracks, Annabel paints a realistic portrait of the human experience that never hesitates to confront even the grimmest aspects of her life. Conversely, Annabel matches these darker emotions with joyous moments, shining a bright light on womanhood with gritty, fiery energy as she finds her own strength and begins to fully trust herself. The music meets her where she is, putting both her artistry and humanity on full display like never before. All songs were written by Annabel Lee and produced and recorded by Justin Glasco.

 

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