Song of the Day: Parker’s Back – “Do Anything”

Parker's Back

Jesse Lai, Jeremy Lai, Joshua Suaverdez, and Stacey Park make up Parker’s Back, a Fullerton, CA based band. They’re in the process of releasing a 5-song EP, which was recorded in an old bunker / Korean church on their friend’s parents’ property in Riverside. For a taste of Parker’s Back,

Song of the Day: Satellite Stories – “Heartbeat”

Satellite Stories

Satellite Stories are no strangers to A Music Blog, Yea?. Comprised of Esa Mankinen, Marko Heikkinen, Jyri Pesonen, and Olli-Pekka Ervasti, this Finnish outfit are gearing up to release their third album Vagabonds! With their use of an upbeat melody and signature harmonies, Heartbeat serves as the second single off

Song of the Day: Great Lake Swimmers – “Zero In The City”

Great Lake Swimmers

Great Lake Swimmers, a beloved Canadian folk collective, recently unveiled their new song Zero In The City -- the first single taken from their forthcoming sixth album release A Forest Of Arms. Similar to past records, A Forest Of Arms was recorded in several locations over the span of several months.

Song of the Day: Life In Film – “Get Closer”

Life in Film

It's been nearly two years since A Music Blog, Yea? caught up with Life In Film, so what has this London foursome been up to since then? After releasing two EPs, the band are currently gearing up for the release of their debut album Here It Comes. Ahead of its

Song of the Day: The Time Sellers – “Hat And The Crown”

The Time Sellers

Arguably, Humbug-era-Arctic-Monkeys was the band at its finest. Since then, no one has been able to successfully capture this again – that was until fellow Sheffield band, The Time Sellers came along. They may be young but by combining the swaggering confidence of the Arctic Monkeys with their own catchy

Song of the Day: Lorde – “400 Lux”


The soft lo-fi feel of this song perfectly reflects the study of the lyrics. The whispers of synthesized sweeps sound like the slow and shaky sighs of being in love. And Lorde's slurred whispers sweetly tell a story of young love mixed with hope. The drums sounding the heartbeat of

Song of the Day: DELCA KARA – “Fast Asleep”


Cheshire five-piece DELCA KARA are gearing up to release their fresh and upbeat single Fast Asleep this fall. Known for carrying an unapologetically pop sentiment in previous releases, DELCA KARA don't hold back in Fast Asleep as slick guitar riffs whirl around an anthemic and hooking chorus. Over the past

Song of the Day: Karen O – “Rapt”

Karen O

Late last month, Karen O unveiled the first track off her debut solo ‘Crush Songs’. The track entitled ‘Rapt’ is a stripped-down, youthful and captivating track with haunting melody and evocative lyrics. The video directed by Barney Clay, features the Yeah Yeah Yeahs frontwoman drifting underwater consumed by evanescent romance.

Song of the Day: Johnny Aries – “This Grave Is My Bed Tonight”

Johnny Aries

Late last month, Johnny Aries of The Drums released the first track off his forthcoming solo debut ‘Unbloomed’. ‘This Grave is My Bed Tonight’ is a Smiths-esque release filled with melancholy, yearning, and echoing guitar riffs much like those of longtime-influence Johnny Marr. The track is a modern post-punk anthem,

Song of the Day: Foxygen – “How Can You Really”


Los Angeles indie duo Foxygen released the first single off their double LP ‘…And Star Power’. How Can You Really is a track filled with regret, heartache but most importantly, the ability to overcome. The track features an energetic vibe, paired with expressive lyrics and tranquil vocals. …And Star Power