The Drew Thomson Foundation’s “A Little More Time” is a Nostalgic Indie Banger

Drew Thomson, the lead singer of the band Single Mothers, has released a new song under his side project The Drew Thomson Foundation. They are a band that we keep in our daily rotation here on Rock the Pigeon because their songs are contagious and well written. Their new song “A Little More Time” carries the spirit of 1990’s and early 2000’s rock in it’s … Continue reading The Drew Thomson Foundation’s “A Little More Time” is a Nostalgic Indie Banger

Hear Soulful Vocals & Sexy Saxophone in Nidam’s Debut

“You Think It’s Like A Fire” by Nidam is soulful and sexy. The song starts off smoothly and slowly with a saxophone that really hits the soul. The Danish singer-songwriter and performer has a way with lyrics and vocal delivery that captivates the listener. The song picks up slightly for it’s chorus section and fits into the dream pop world, the indie rock scene, and … Continue reading Hear Soulful Vocals & Sexy Saxophone in Nidam’s Debut

PRIDE RADAR: Low Life Lolas & their Debut EP “Wolves”

It’s just a week until Pride month begins and the raining swag is rolling out and pride festival line ups are being solidified. We wanted to take this time to introduce you to a band that should definitely be on your radar this pride! Low Life Lolas are based in the queer friendly city of Toronto. We asked the band about their involvement in the … Continue reading PRIDE RADAR: Low Life Lolas & their Debut EP “Wolves”

Introducing MXMS, their new EP, & the genre “Funeral Pop”

Synth-pop band MXMS have just released their new EP “Funeral Pop I” on May 1st, 2019 which features the incredible track “Salvation Hurts.” The duo is made up of Ariel Levitan (vocals) and Jeremy Dawson (back up vocals and synths). MXMS describe their music as “funeral pop”, a mixture of electronic and rock. We definitely think that the description of funeral pop makes sense for … Continue reading Introducing MXMS, their new EP, & the genre “Funeral Pop”

The Great Fuss release EP, containing lyrically deep song “Route to Misery”

“…Just give me grain, no, give me land. Give me forest to turn to sand. Electric line to charge me up, a little poison to fill my cup. Then I’ll lay back so give me space to hear no other voices…” – The Great Fuss (lyrics from Route to Misery) When you hear their band name you might be asking what’s all the fuss about? … Continue reading The Great Fuss release EP, containing lyrically deep song “Route to Misery”

TV ME Delivers a Unique Psychedelic Rock Song

“Magnificent Advertisement” by TV ME might be the most psychedelic song we have heard all year. It’s chill in vibe and feels very trippy, reflecting the sounds of the hippie movement and of the classic rock LSD era. Musically, the song stands out in terms of instrument choices. The well-played bass guitar is definitely the highlight of track, feeling quite funky. Strange sounding synthesizers are … Continue reading TV ME Delivers a Unique Psychedelic Rock Song

The Faim Release New Song, Currently on Tour with Andy Black, Kulick

The Faim is currently on tour and have just released a new song called “Amelie.” The song feels dark yet still contains catchy melodies to pull listeners in. For fans of My Chemical Romance, Bring Me The Horizon, and Panic! At the Disco, The Faim is a band that carries the spirit of pop-punk with a slightly darker feel. The music stays interesting as it … Continue reading The Faim Release New Song, Currently on Tour with Andy Black, Kulick

Matt Maeson is Out with a Great New Record & is Currently On Tour

“Matt Maeson learned a lot about the power of song while touring with his parents’ ministry, playing music at prisons and biker rallies across the country.” (pulled from Vevo) Matt Maeson has released a live performance video of his song “Beggar’s Song” on Vevo. He performs his song fearlessly with just an acoustic guitar and his gorgeous voice. The song seems to be a call … Continue reading Matt Maeson is Out with a Great New Record & is Currently On Tour

“Dear Theo” is a Song Inspired by the Letters of Vincent Van Gogh to his Brother

The chemistry between the members of S.S. Odyssey is undeniable. It is clear that this group has been playing music together well over a decade because of the flawless flow of their music. Their music sounds natural and smooth and is calming to the soul. S.S. Odyssey’s new song “Dear Theo” was inspired by the hundreds of letters Vincent Van Gogh wrote to his brother … Continue reading “Dear Theo” is a Song Inspired by the Letters of Vincent Van Gogh to his Brother

The Drew Thomson Foundation Drops Fun Indie Rock Song “Break”

 “”On the surface, “Break” is about a relationship, but in a broader sense, it’s about not being afraid of change and the possible consequences that can come from it. We had a lot of fun working with Alex Newport, and I think that comes through in the recording and the rest of the album.” – Drew Thomson Drew Thomson, the Single Mothers frontman, is out … Continue reading The Drew Thomson Foundation Drops Fun Indie Rock Song “Break”