Bush dropped a new song on us late tonight from their upcoming album, "Man on the Run." The album will be out on October 21st, which you can pre-order here.
This, of course, is the follow up to 2011's "Sea of Horses."
01. Just Like My Other Sins
02. Man On The Run
03. The Only Way Out
04. The Gift
05. This House Is On Fire
06. Loneliness Is A Killer
07. Bodies In Motion
08. Broken In Paradise
10. Dangerous Love
11. Eye Of The Storm
12. Let Yourself Go
13. Speeding Through The Bright Lights
14. The Golden Age
You can read more about the upcoming album and track from USA Today
No doubt you have heard Bear Hands' "Agora" on X96. If you have ever tried to leave your house in the morning, but couldn't. If you have ever had a Saturday where you get caught up in a "Law & Order" marathon and bout of hand lotion (or whatever you use) Olympics. If you have ever challenged yourself to eat a Costco-sized package of Bagel Bites and promised yourself you would go work out later that day, but just stayed in to watch Netflix late into the night. If you've looked at the pile of laundry on your sofa and been completely debilitated...this video and song are for you.
The Aquabats stopped by our booth at Salt lake Comic Con today and talked to our pal Jon Smith
Richie T talked with Isaiah Silva from Big Ass Show 2014 artist The Eeries about their single "Cool Kid", band origins, and growing up in a cult. Read a brief overview below, or listen to the full audio at the bottom of the page.
Being on a radio tour:
It’s been fun man. It is very very tasking, like I said I’m running on fumes right now but t’s all good. It’s a lot of fun and obviously, you’ve got to love it first and foremost before you do this. You can’t be in it for any other reason, you can’t be in it for hopes of making money, you can’t be in it for hopes of being famous or anything like that because you’ll be sorely disappointed if that’s your motivation. You really have to be passionate about it and love it because you’re going to be out here for weeks at a time and running on very little sleep – so yeah. That’s my two cents about being in a band.
Got guys from Chicago, got a guy from Italy, but basically we all met in Los Angeles… We all moved out to L.A. we’d all been transplants I guess if you will for ten years? So we had all lived here for ten years. We played in the local scene together and we’ve all toured, god for, we’ve been on the road for 16 years? So we’ve all, the rest of the guys as well, we’ve all played in different bands and toured in the past. So when people think of overnight success, it’s far from it. Not that we’re successful or anything, I mean we’re barely just getting started here.
“Cool Kid” getting the band together:
Basically what had happened is I had written a song, and I didn’t feel comfortable sharing it with the guys I was playing with, they were very close minded, and it made me feel uncomfortable, their attitudes. So I kind of hid it from them, kept it a secret and I decided to start to kind of make my way out of that band and as I was making my way out I sent it to a few very trusted friends, I kept it very close to home. I didn’t want any strangers in the band or anything like that or hired guns, so I kept it really close to home and sent it to a handful of friends. Luckily enough the song moved them enough to where they were able to get behind it and endorse it.
It’s like being in five relationships simultaneously. You see these people every single day, it’s actually a lot like marriage. You see these people every single day of your lives. You wake up next to them, I mean we sleep in beds together, come on. I know what these guys smell like, on their prettiest days and their not so pretty.
Catch The Eeries at the 2014 X96 Big Ass Show. Buy tickets HERE or at any Graywhale location.
Radio From Hell interviews Jason David Frank formerly known as the Green Power Ranger from The Mighty Morphin’ Power Rangers and fighter.
Bill: “Looking at a picture of you and looking at your tattoos, you’ve got lots of them you know from what I can see from looking at your pictures talk about all of that. Talk about all of that a little bit. Why you’ve done it and what they mean to you.”
Jason David Frank: “I was never allowed tattoos on Power Rangers maybe I’ve rebelled a bit.. No, uhh, I just like tattoos you know I have my little girl on my chest and I just like the design you know I’ve started a clothing company so I can tap out Tap Out which is the first Christian clothing line ever which is called Jesus didn’t tap. So, umm you know it’s a Christian company.”
Check out his show My Morphin’ Life.
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