Roundup: New music from Almost Monday, Neon Dreams plus music videos from Jagwar Twin and Static Cycle

Jagwar Twin releases uplifting new video

Roy English, aka Jagwar Twin, has released the fan-sourced music video for “Shine”. Taking clips from fans in quarantine, plus footage from English and his bandmates, the video sends a message of hope and positivity to the world. It’s nearly impossible to watch without your smile mirroring the happiness shown in this montage. Check out Jagwar Twin’s “Shine” now! 

Almost Monday’s third single provides poppy pick-me-up

The San Diego newcomers in Almost Monday are already crafting picture perfect pop that captures the sunshine of their hometown. “Come On Come On” is the group’s third single and will have legions of inevitable fans dancing through the summer and beyond. This trio draws from a myriad of influences for a stellar blend of catchy indie pop. Listen to “Come On Come On” now!

Static Cycle expands their music video universe

“Power”, the latest installment of hand-drawn music videos by Static Cycle, is now out in the world. Says frontman Jared Navarre,“’Power’ is a deeply vulnerable song for me. Both the video and song chronicle my experience of being torn apart and abused. The Showman, who is one of the main characters in our live show, represents the figure who looms over us all, but as the video shows, sometimes pain makes you stronger and power is fluid.” Watch Static Cycle’s gripping new video now!

 

SummerStage Anywhere launches with new digital concert series

With the world in lockdown and a strict ban on large gatherings, New York’s Capital One City Parks Foundation SummerStage has launched its new initiative to bring music to viewers everywhere this summer. This special series will kick off on June 6 with a performance by NY native MAX and continue with exclusive content throughout the summer season. Fans will also be able to view interviews and backstage content to get their fill of live music in lockdown. Head here for more info and don’t miss SummerStage Anywhere! 

Neon Dreams debut stop motion music video

Neon Dreams’ latest single couldn’t have come at a more appropriate time. “Sick of Feeling Useless” captures that helplessness that people of all ages experience, especially in this time of quarantine. The pop duo created a unique music video for their timely song, giving it nostalgic vibes. Watch the new video now!  

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