Colorado-based music trio Glass Cases release visuals for their single “Chemicals.” The track invites listeners/viewers into a personal realm of inner conflict and mental health.
Glass Cases, made up of vocalist Alex Van Keulen, spoken word artist Austin Seifert, and drummer Cameron Greene, are coined for their ingenious music contributions to Pop/synth-Rock culture and “Chemicals” is no exception.
The video shot at an abandoned gas station ideally sets the tone for minutes of gripping lyrics. While the tempo throughout the track invigorates and shakes the soul, it also amplifies a relatable struggle. “For now, I’m stuck in this skin, Tortured mind that can change on a whim A shipwrecked soul searching for home wondering why I’m not totally whole.”
Watch the official video below and stream the single on Soundcloud.
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Shojon, multi-faceted artist hailing from South London, releases the official video for his latest single “Theorem.” The video is directed by Craig Heathcote (BBC), produced by FEUD creative Liam Payne, and features a diverse cast.
Shojon is seen not as your average or expected cupid, but one who swarms the city with a new outlook on love, it’s emotions, and overall mood. His entrancing vocals over a soulful yet invigorating blend of R&B and indie-pop soundscapes is sure to convince lovers worldwide of his, in seventh heaven with both feet on the ground, message. Watch “Theorem” and connect with Shojon below.
Shojon is currently campaigning with the Mind Mental Health Charity to raise mental health awareness, since funding has been discontinued by the government for the Time to Change Initiative. Shojon has commissioned a limited run of the ‘Shojon Bar’ a milk chocolate snack he is using to help raise awareness and break the stigmas in mental health.
18-year-old Lil Josiey releases a new single titled “Sunset Shawty.” The New-York based artist carries his heart on his sleeve, and through his music, it’s evident he’s on a mission to find true love.
The infectious guitar strumming and acoustic vocals heighten Josiey’s raw emotions while he treads a thin tightrope, broken and bruised. However, through it all, he is determined to come back on top and won’t miss out on the next ‘sunset shawty’.
Stream “Sunset Shawty” and connect with Lil Josiey below.