- Category: New Music
- Published on Tuesday, 28 June 2016 06:00
Michael Shynes - Rundown Street Lights
hynes has the rare ability to blend shades of every genre over an acoustic landscape, and his songs possess a lyrical depth rarely paired with such mainstream appeal. Having broken ground in the major markets of Los Angeles, Chicago, and New York City over the past year, Shynes is a talent to watch in the years to come. Vastly emerging from his humble beginnings as a Singer/Songwriter in a small central Minnesota town, he has recently opened up for Eric Hutchinson and Tyler Hilton and has begun actively touring Nationally. All the while he continues to independently write and produce his own albums, and maintain the down to earth nature that enables him to fully appreciate every part of the musical journey."
Lawson - Where My Love Goes
Lawson are an English pop rock band, consisting of Andy Brown (guitar, lead vocals), Ryan Fletcher (bass guitar, backing vocals), Joel Peat (lead guitar, backing vocals) and Adam Pitts (drums). The band's debut album, Chapman Square, was released on 22 October 2012 and reached number three on the UK Albums Chart. To date, the band have achieved seven UK top 20 hit singles. They are named after Liverpool-based surgeon Dr. David Lawson who performed life-saving surgery on Brown.
A Great Big World - Won't Stop Running
A Great Big World can't be slowed down.
The pop duo is using their personal struggles to empower in the new music video for "Won't Stop Running," the latest single from their album When the Morning Comes – which is debuting exclusively on PEOPLE.
In the bare bones video, vocalist Chad King emotionally croons, "I don't know how much longer I can fake it/that it's all alright/that I can do this alone," in front of a black screen while the lyrics flash next to him.
King tells PEOPLE that the powerful song was inspired by his own health battle. "When I was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis in 2007, my doctor said that if I didn't take the medication he prescribed there was a good chance that I'd be paralyzed within seven years," King says. "This song was my response to the narrow-minded medical professionals of the world who just hand out medicine with no attention to diet and lifestyle."