“Once Around the Sun” by alternative rockers Club of Suns is the Songsmiths song-of-the-month. It’s a dynamic journey, so put on the ‘phones and strap in for a trip through the soul-are system.
Songsmiths’ new single is “Isadora” by South Afican alternative rock band Beautiful Losers. It recounts the true story of a young Egyptian woman (Isadora) who drowns while sailing across the Nile to meet her lover.
Fun fact: Hollow and Club of Suns last single, Liberosis, are siblings. For the full effect, listen to Hollow to the end, then click the in-video link to listen to Liberosis. Cosmic.
. . . When the winds of change are blowing in your face No one there even wants to know your name Know that you should never have to feel afraid There is a place that you can still reclaim
I’m looking forward to hammering out this dynamic rock song live. Beautiful Losers Recorded at The Cooler
This is a tough one that’s coming right. And if you’ll remember, this is the song Chris played for his audition. Here’s that video if you would like to hear how the song sounded before the band got hold of it . . .
Club of Suns is the first band to have a second Songsmiths single. Liberosis has a fresh, unique new sound that you will be hearing more of in future releases. Next up from COS is this track’s prequel, Hollow.
Not Going Down is a defiant rock song from South Africa’s super-secret super-group Beautiful Losers. We don’t plan to stay a secret for long . . .
Songsmiths’ first single is this rocker by Club of Suns. Spaceman’s Vertigo contains a couple of themes that are echoed in songs we’ll release later, so keep listening. These guys think big picture.
Fantastic chorus. Definitely one of the album’s highlights. The song is about a real person whose name is not Eloise. To protect the subject’s identity (and because it has 3 syllables) Chris chose to refer to her as “Eloise”. Chris James – guitar and vocals Chevy – bass Rob – drums and backing vox Produced […]