We’ve got another podcast up and running this week, and we've got ten awesome songs on the show this time out.
Listen on Spotify here: https://open.spotify.com/episode/7khWEVdtBSEmSIjTrOyebf?si=JviHeqmeSAGRJdu8X2MUDg
Listen on Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/alternative-addiction-podcast-ep204/id1467220251?i=1000445247896
: ROAM releases a new album called “Smile Wide” on September 6th and if the early singles they’ve released from it are any indication, it’s going to be great. This week they released a new single called “Piranha.” Earlier this summer they released the song “I Don’t Think I Live There Anymore” and that’s the song we have on this version of the podcast.
: Man, give us good DC bands all. year. long. I don’t know exactly what it is with DC music, but it’s always been underrated and when you include some neighboring cities and states into the general area of that music scene, it’s awesome. The latest, and a new personal favorite is The 5:55. Their song “Headlights” is great – and that’s the song we’ve got on the podcast.
: Any link back to Barcelona is a good one. Brian Fennell of the band’s solo project is SYML and the music is authentic and smart. He dropped the self-titled album for SYML this year and we’ve got “Clean Eyes” on the podcast.
: Australian act The Vanns have been winning over audiences all over their home country by opening for acts like Catfish and the Bottlemen. Their new single is “Mother” and it’s the song we’ve got on the podcast.
: Frenship dropped their album Vacation
earlier this year and it’s a good one. They were kind enough to let us use their song, “Anywhere But Here” for the show.
: A longtime favorite here on Alternative Addiction, they’re latest release is a double single called “SYCS” and that’s also the song we’ve got on the podcast.
: Boston’s Dionysia releases a new record tomorrow and it’s a good one. We’ve got their single “Capsize” that’s also featured on that new record.
: They’re named after a Jimmy Eat World song and they’ve worked with Ryan Key from Yellowcard – those are two solid connections immediately. That said, their music holds up as it’s own thing and well worth checking out.
Last Night Saved My Life
: A pop-punk act from Detroit, the group released their debut album, Cherry
just a few weeks ago. We’ve got our favorite song from the album on the show, “Talk Me Down.”
Tiny Moving Parts
: They release their album, Breathe
in September for Hopeless Records. They have a single from the album out now called “Medicine” that they did an awesome video for. We’ve got that on the podcast too.
Listen to the Podcast on Spotify and Apple Podcasts for now. It will go up on SoundCloud, YouTube, and Alternative Addiction coming up tomorrow.