Bad Wolves, 18th & Addison, No Alarms, Arisen From Nothing, The Hills and the Rivers, and Acting Natural Release Music Videos
What's rad about this band is that all of the proceeds from their "Zombie" cover go to O’Riordan’s three children.
Check out their music video for "Zombie" below:
Kunzman says that the music video for “Time Bomb” is inspired by the current world of goofy videos going viral and finding unwarranted fame, while musicians and bands across the country work tirelessly to keep their dreams of making music alive.
Check out their music video for "Time Bomb" below:
Now the band consists of a full five-piece ensemble, consisting of Andrew Boles, Jack Reedy, Jordan McLanson, Stephen Werner, and Daryn DeCriscio. With their latest single, “Amateur Telephony,” the band is already turning heads with powerful lyrics and sound.
“Amateur Telephony” sends an important message about drug addiction, since it's a devastating issue that Andrew has witnessed far too many times in life. Within the video for the track, there's a scene where Andrew is on the phone with someone else. This scene demonstrates the struggle people face when trying to get through to someone who's battling addiction. With this scene, Andrew wants to show people that even if your words aren’t being received, it is still important to be there for others and encourage them to take care of themselves.
Check out their music video for "Amateur Telephony" below:
Check out their music video for "Better Off Dead" below:
“The Fool” is the band's lead single off the band’s forthcoming album, The Fool and The Magician, set to release on May 18th. The music video for "The Fool" was shot by fellow 4th River Music Collective artist The Childlike Empress, and provides a sneak peek into a day in the life The Hills and The Rivers.
Check out their music video for "The Fool" below:
Listening to "Nicole," the track tells the story a woman whose strong personality and looks sweep Carnevale off his feet for the best three years of his life. Even though the relationship ends poorly, Acting Natural turned this experience into an addicting tune with a hook that will keep your head buzzing for days on end.
Check out their music video for "Nicole" below: