Posts Tagged ‘American Authors’

May 30, 2018
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As long time fans of multi-platinum selling alt rock and folk rock veterans American Authors, I feel like I’m going to be in “deep water” if I don’t get around to sharing the band’s latest single today. After all, we’ve been enjoying earthy stomping, resolute marching Deep Water for many a day already, so it’s high time we give it a share on here, too. The rallying cry of a song features a grittiness and springiness that remind me of AWOLNATION and Imagine Dragons, but wedded to a marshy and heartfelt folksiness. Lead singer Zac Barnett explains: “Deep Water is about treading through the hardest times with the people that are closest to you. We’ve all experienced loss and struggle, and there’s no way we would have made it through without our loved ones’ help.” You can find the single on all major services, here.

October 16, 2017
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It’s a good ol’ union as Brooklyn folk rockers American Authors team up with Los Angeles production whiz Gazzo on an indie dance leaning dazzler named Good Ol’ Boys. The infectious dance pop jam takes us back to the midst of summer shenanigans with its lively beats and laid back charm. This is one for those long days hanging out with your best of friends, running amok on the town. Watch the music video for Good Ol’ Boys below. Download/stream the single, here.

June 16, 2014
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Obviously, Brooklyn’s American Authors has achieved some very well deserved popularity lately, particularly after Best Day Of My Life took off. Today, the folk rock band released a video for another standout tune from their debut album Oh, What A Life. Believer, which most of you likely heard many times already by now, is another memorable, uplifting anthem. The video’s just in time for summer as their next big hit.

June 16, 2014
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Obviously, Brooklyn’s American Authors has achieved some very well deserved popularity lately, particularly after Best Day Of My Life took off. Today, the folk rock band released a video for another standout tune from their debut album Oh, What A Life. Believer, which most of you likely heard many times already by now, is another memorable, uplifting anthem. The video’s just in time for summer as their next big hit.

March 20, 2014
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Australia has another young rising star of a producer to root for, and his name is Just A Gent, aka Jacob Grant. Just A Gent has remixed a list of indie tunes that I love very much, and each time, the result has been a finely balanced, well composed EDM rendition. His latest is a dubstep remix of recently IHM featured Philly alt pop act Bel Heir’s Kiss The Devil. The drops are finely tuned, matching terrifically with the well tweaked song at the optimal moments. If any dubstep song could be sweepingly cinematic, it would have to be this Just A Gent remix. Just check out the fella’s dubstep rendition of American Authors’ Best Day Of My Life as well as his trap remix of The Chain Gang of 1974’s Sleepwalking below. Aside from the remixes, Just A Gent also creates some splendid original music. He promises a new one on the way soon, but we can tune into the beautiful, sparkling future trap track Love A Little More below. 

March 20, 2014
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Australia has another young rising star of a producer to root for, and his name is Just A Gent, aka Jacob Grant. Just A Gent has remixed a list of indie tunes that I love very much, and each time, the result has been a finely balanced, well composed EDM rendition. His latest is a dubstep remix of recently IHM featured Philly alt pop act Bel Heir’s Kiss The Devil. The drops are finely tuned, matching terrifically with the well tweaked song at the optimal moments. If any dubstep song could be sweepingly cinematic, it would have to be this Just A Gent remix. Just check out the fella’s dubstep rendition of American Authors’ Best Day Of My Life as well as his trap remix of The Chain Gang of 1974’s Sleepwalking below. Aside from the remixes, Just A Gent also creates some splendid original music. He promises a new one on the way soon, but we can tune into the beautiful, sparkling future trap track Love A Little More below. 

February 21, 2014
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Brooklyn indie rockers American Authors sure rocketed to some radio wide success with their wonderful song Best Day Of My Life, but if you’ve never taken the time to check out their other tunes, the quartet no one hit wonder. They have a lot going for them. Just listen to their brand new, folksy second single Trouble, complete with Mumford like banjo strums. It’s instantly infectious and packs a powerful The Lumineers like punch, more than ample to be their next big radio hit. American Authors’ debut album Oh, What A Life drops on March 4 on Island. It’s going to be a popular one, folks!

February 21, 2014
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Brooklyn indie rockers American Authors sure rocketed to some radio wide success with their wonderful song Best Day Of My Life, but if you’ve never taken the time to check out their other tunes, the quartet no one hit wonder. They have a lot going for them. Just listen to their brand new, folksy second single Trouble, complete with Mumford like banjo strums. It’s instantly infectious and packs a powerful The Lumineers like punch, more than ample to be their next big radio hit. American Authors’ debut album Oh, What A Life drops on March 4 on Island. It’s going to be a popular one, folks!