Song of the Day

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Song of the Day: Sanction the Radio, “Catechism”

Out of Atlanta comes Sanction the Radio, a pop punk four-piece with a fiery new single, “Catechism.” The single was recorded with Lee Dyess (Mayday Parade, Against Me, I Set my Friends on Fire) and mastered by Alan Douches (Thrice, Brand New). Jonathan Roach brought the single to life with a dynamic lyric video. The … Continue reading

Song of the Day: VTCN RADIO, “Holy Frank”

Parisian electronic duo VTCN RADIO (pronounced “Vatican Radio”) recently dropped two new tracks on us, “Holy Frank” and “Jean Moulin.” The latter serves as an homage to the high-profile member of the French Resistance during World War II. While “Jean Moulin” has its purpose as a tribute, the duo serves us with “Holy Frank,” an atmospheric feel-good track. … Continue reading

Song of the Day: The Love Junkies, “Chemical Motivation”

Ok I don’t know what’s going on in The Love Junkies’ heads but I think I like it. Their latest creation, “Chemical Motivation,” is a sick mix of metal, electronica, pop, and whatever the frick else they please. The indie-pop-meets-EDM verses differ greatly from the metal chorus, but it’s a fun balance that makes the … Continue reading

Song of the Day: Monks Of Mellonwah, “Tear Your Hate Apart”

Australian alt rock band, Monks of Mellonwah recently premiered their new single, “Tear Your Hate Apart.” The song is from their upcoming full-length, Turn The People, due out March 7th. The band has already received some coverage at MTV, CMJ, and Absolute Punk, as well as radio support worldwide (Australia, Hong Kong, South Africa, UK, US, … Continue reading

Song of the Day: WaterColor, “Stick Around”

WaterColor is a fairly new band who recently released their first single, “Stick Around.” The female-fronted rock band already seems to have a lot of buzz surrounding them, particularly because of their choice female vocalist, Acacia Clark. Idk about the ~drama~ surrounding this girl, but she seems to be a great choice for the lead … Continue reading

Song of the Day: The Truth and Spectacle, “Running”

Denver rock band The Truth & Spectacle have recently released their single, “Running,” to the public. The band defines themselves as “kind of alt/indie rock with sweet synth sounds from the 80s,” but they forget to mention their theatrical vocals and fantastical instrumentals. With their first official single, the band makes their mark as a … Continue reading

Song of the Day: The Rebel Light, “Jukebox Dream”

We only have a month left for summer so everyone here at Truth Or Sarah is desperately trying to build a time machine to take us back to the beginning. In the meantime, The Rebel Light is transporting us WAY back to the 50s with their hot summer jam, “Jukebox Dream.” With a vintage flair, … Continue reading

Song of the Day: Dreamers Dose, “Pray For Me, Fragile”

Out of LA comes indie psych-rock four-piece, Dreamers Dose. The aptly named band is making a name for themselves with their signature dreamy, trippy sounds. Dreamers Dose is coming out with a new album later this summer, entitled “At Least We’re Happy.” The album, produced by Alain Johannes (Queens of the Stone Age, Them Crooked … Continue reading

Song of the Day: Before You, “Bad Habits and the Sunshine State”

Before You released their album, “Meet Me At Whisper Lake,” almost a year ago and now they are prepping to hustle their single, “Bad Habits and the Sunshine State.” The song, featuring Steve Soboslai of Punchline, is the perfect blend of pop-punk, and as the Pittsburgh City Paper appropriately said, the band is “planted firmly within … Continue reading

Song of the Day: Call To Attraction, “Endless Summer”

Unfortunately, I did not know about this song before summer ended, but listening to it now helps bring back the warm weather memories. It’s a Radio Disney-friendly pop rock song; like an older, more mature Allstar Weekend or Hollywood Ending. The band released the music video back in March of this year, and it currently has almost … Continue reading

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