We signed Worriers!!


We’re so stoked to announce that we’ll be working with Worriers for their new album due out later this year!

Today we released a brand new song called “Future Me” that you can hear right now: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1NdNJtMhxc0 

A coffee place where you first met.
A song that used to be “ours.”
A subway stop where you read th​at​ last text.
Looking backwards can be jarring; the sudden realization of how far removed you’ve become from things that you thought would hold meaning forever.
In their new single, the first track off a forthcoming album on SideOneDummy, Worriers‘ Lauren Denitzio tackles these moments that feel as though they were plucked from an entirely different lifetime. “Future Me” views the nostalgia of a past life through the perspective of present day, recognizing what the narrator has overcome and what those experiences have taught them. Packed with a powerful hook and a chorus that refuses to leave your head, Denitizio manages to channel wistfulness and hope equally, in a way that you can’t help but relate to. “Should have left, should have settled for lonely,” as they succinctly put it – something that anyone who has experienced heartbreak has felt at one time.
Stay tuned to find out when the new Worriers album will be available!

Today brings us a new Rozwell Kid song called “Wendy’s Trash Can” + video premiere on Nerdist!


Got a cool 10 hours to spare? Great! Head over to Nerdist and watch all 10 hours of Rozwell Kid’s never-ending new video for “Wendy’s Trash Can!”

http://nerdist.com/rozwell-kids-wendys-trash-can-is-power-pop-perfection-premiere

“Wendy’s Trash Can” is the opening track on Rozwell Kid’s forthcoming album Precious Art! You’ve still got time to pre-order before it’s official release date next week so… uh… do that! Now!

Hear Allison Weiss’ new single “Runaway” co-written by Tegan Quin!


Not everyone gets a chance to collaborate with their heroes, but our own Allison Weiss did! Co-written with Tegan Quin (Tegan & Sara), Allison’s new single “Runaway”is available now on all streaming services.

LISTEN TO “RUNAWAY” HERE:


After AW mustered up the courage to reach out to Tegan, the two bonded over what may be Weiss’ most promising foray into the indie-pop world yet. “Runaway” bears the hallmarks of some of the genre’s best: the stadium-ready anthemics of Paramore, the visceral emotion ofDashboard Confessional, the quirky poptimism of Carly Rae Jepsen.