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Group: FEEL GOOD HIT [A]
Member No.: 69
Joined: 2-December 10
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SOULS WILL FADE
The boys in Souls Will Fade have kept on the down-low recently, though their first single "Bruised and Scarred", is soon to be released, and fans are waiting with bated breath as they countdown the days until the newest song is released.
July is bringing up the release of Fallen Castle's first studio album. The band is busy promoting for the release at the end of the month.
ACCIDENTALLY ON PURPOSE
Rumor on the street is that Accidentally On Purpose is almost ready to release their first single. While they're working in the studio, the girls aren't in a rush, frontwoman Ainsley Forbes being quoted as saying "we're not in a hurry. None of us are good with releasing our songs when they're good enough - we're waiting until they're perfect."
Still coming off the rush of a hit album and a sold out headlining tour across the states, Underage Thinking is enjoying some time off and laying low. The rambunctious bunch seems to be taking some pointers from Fallen Castles on how to stay out of the media.
The SHUTMEUP! trio aren't letting the unsettling news that they didn't escape their rivals mess up their groove. They're busy catching up on lost time, writing new material for their upcoming debut album.
FEEL GOOD HIT
After creating quite a stir with the sudden, unannounced switch from Nashville-based label to New York's Saturday Night Records, Feel Good Hit is remaining tight lipped about the reason behind the move - though media speculation is hinting at the rivalry with fellow band SHUTMEUP!. The band is working hard on writing for their third album, their first single to be released to a flurry of predictions about the bands new sound and direction.
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THROW IT AWAY
Throw It Away is hitting the pavement running, breaking in their new drummer with a tour playing clubs throughout the north west. The usually wild band seems to have gone domestic after the birth of bassist Gage Field's son with Fallen Castle's member Claudia Fields - at least partly. Front man Tyler Palmer is more than making up for his band mate's reclusiveness, drummer Molly Jacobs frequently sighted at his side at the bar during their shows.
DASH OF FORMALDEHYDE
Dash of Formaldehyde is still quiet after the year long tour and their bassist's recent health issues.
Fresh off of her first headlining tour, Riley Anderson is in the midst of promotions for charity work with Music Aid.
STEREOTYPICAL LOVE MACHINES
Recently confirmed as a part of L7, Stereotypical Love Machines is working on their sophmore album, due out the end of this year.
save the music!
Saturday Night Records and Level Se7en Records have put their rivalry to the side - at least for the moment. Co-hosting a charity gala to benefit Save the Music, a program dedicated to bringing back music programs to America's schools, the notoriously combatant labels are working together for possibly the first and last time. To be held in New York, Saturday Night is probably feeling pretty victorious about hosting on their home turf - but Level Se7en is promising to up the ante. Owner Eli Ruperts is rumored to have instructed each band that they are to play for the party. Saturday Night might be hosting the event, but Level Se7en is determined to be the one providing all the entertainment.