Canadian singer-songwriter and captivating storyteller Northcote (moniker for Matthew Goud) shares a dreamy video for his gorgeous new single, “Nine To Midnight”. The track, which features Northcote’s signature raspy-sweet vocals effortlessly laid over soulful, twangy guitar riffs can now be streamed on all DSP’s HERE. “Nine To Midnight” follows previously released tracks “Dancers and Queens” and “Keep On Saying Goodbye”, which both found global support on marquee playlists like Spotify’s Fresh Folk and Renegade Folk, Apple Music’s Southern Craft and Breaking Singer Songwriter, and Amazon’s Fresh Folk & Acoustic and Fresh Folk & Americana. “Nine To Midnight” will appear on Northcote’s anticipated follow-up to 2015’s acclaimed LP Hope Is Made of Steel set for a fall release through Black Box Music. Additional details about the release will be announced in the coming weeks.
Alexisonfire is set to officially release a fan-fuelled video for “Season of the Flood” tonight at 9:00pm ET via YouTube HERE. The video is notably comprised of footage shot exclusively by AOF concert-goers in Winnipeg, Edmonton, Calgary and Vancouver. During the band’s January 2020 Western Canadian tour, fans were encouraged to shoot footage of the live performance of “Season of the Flood” from their mobile devices and submit it to the band. Earlier this week, Alexisonfire sent the finished video to everyone who submitted footage, ensuring their fans were the first to give their collective work a proper global debut ahead of tonight’s public premiere.
Alexisonfire is starting 2020 with a bang. The band has just released a new song, “Season Of The Flood”, available to stream and purchase via DSPs HERE. A seductive, hypnotic, 7-minute slow-burner anchored by haunting 3-part harmonies and heavy reverb-filled guitars, the song notably features AOF’s George Pettit singing off the top for the first time. The track comes on the heels of “Familiar Drugs” and “Complicit” released last year, marking the first time the band released new music in almost 10 years.