Blind Season’s new album is a sign of the times and especially with the release of their latest single ‘How They See You’

Blind Season’s upcoming album is an ode to loneliness and toxicity that feel as if they were ripped from Billy Corgan’s Diary and featured in a film by Tim Burton. With the current questionable climate of the world there’s noquestion that this album will find its proper home and become a sign of the times. Their next single release is called ‘How They See You’ Says Founding member of the band, Shane Sigro of the song:“This song turned out a lot different than how I originally planned it to be. It’s a very funny and sarcastic take on a serious situation that I shouldn’t have been in with someone. I had to find a way to make it light hearted and this seemed like the best way. Looking back now I just laugh.” Stream the new single here:Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/blind-season/how-they-see-youSpotify:  Youtube:

A new era for Blind Season with single ‘One Last Goodbye’

Blind Season’s upcoming album is an ode to loneliness and toxicity that feels as if it was ripped from Billy Corgan’s Diary and featured in a film by Tim Burton. With the current questionable climate of the world, there’s no question that this album will find its proper home and become a sign of the times. Beginning with a rag tag group only forming through the means of owning instruments, and an evening involving the smashing of a mutual friend’s car, Blind Season has undergone 5 different incarnations until Shane Sigro, the founding guitarist, was faced with the ultimate decision; succumbing to normalcy or proving the previous members wrong. Choosing the latter, Sigro doubled down by taking vocal lessons and penned the new music that would breathe life into the new era of BlindSeason. “This song was the last song written in the drunken, sad trilogy, and funny enough this song takes longer to play than it did to write. Musica nd lyrics came almost instantly and it was me accepting that I didn’t need that toxic situation and I was forcing myself to be happy, I was out of it. It’s a triumphant ending for this mini story within […]

MM ROCK HITS OF 2020: Bryan Mullis a.k.a ‘By Small Ruin’ claims his Queen in new music video as new pop rock anthem takes him to new heights ‘Like Heaven’

Talented songwriter, singer, producer and adventurer, Bryan Mullis a.k.a By Small Ruin is back with another Big Radio Friendly rock hit as he unleashes his romantic driving rock song ‘Like Heaven’. Catchy and with the warm BSR melodic signature and accompanied with a romantic music video, By Small Ruin land firmly on the Global Pop Rock landscape with a fantastic driving Rock Pop gem and inspiring romantic music video. When talking about the new single BSR says “I wrote this song to express how I felt when I finally found that special someone who makes me a better person just by knowing her. She encourages me to be my best self even when I don’t believe I have it in me – never preachy, just living by example”. By Small Ruin’s melodies have reached the edges of the earth as ‘Bryan Mullis’ spontaneous travels and adventurous experiences became a staple of inspiration in his music. By Small Ruin is an anagram for Bryan Mullis, keeping his music and lifestyle as true to self as possible. Busking since high school, he has made his way across the country playing to anyone who listened. His talent and dedication lead to sharing the […]

Boy From the Crowd’s forthcoming EP

Anyone who fears that London’s bold musical heartbeat is faltering could be reassured by the recent arrival of The Boy From the Crowd on the scene. Inclinations The London-based rock duo comprises Vinny Piana and Vegas Ivy who formed The Boy From The Crowd when their musical inclinations collided in 2013. The pair shared musical influences from Robert Johnson and Howlin’ Wolf, Captain Beefheart and Jon Spencer. Vinny, born in the south of France, toured Europe and the UK with various bands and composed soundtracks for films, including a Sundance favourite LoveSexy. Then Vegas added his pounding voodoo drums to Vinny’s long-cherished new musical venture. Imperfections Summing up his take on their approach, Vinny says: “One of the things that makes rock ’n’ roll great is its little imperfections and riding on the edge of disaster, knowing full well that any second it could all just fall apart.” Their EP ‘Where the Bees Come to Die’, produced by Vinny and recorded in Maako studios, London, contains their first single Revelator, which is already receiving enthusiasm from the music press. Future FM Magazine wrote: “The so-called “two-man team that’s putting the boot back into blues” seem to have recorded a winner of […]