Song of the Day: “Lost in Your Eyes” by Debbie Gibson and Joey McIntyre

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Joey McIntyre and Debbie Gibson (Photo courtesy Shore Fire Media)

Today, Debbie Gibson dropped her new video for her brilliant rerecording of her classic No. 1 hit “Lost In Your Eyes.” Partnering with Joey McIntyre of New Kids on the Block, the video showcases the timeless elegance and universality of the song as well as the musical chemistry between Debbie and Joey.

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Song of the Day: “How Not to Drown” by CHVRCHES featuring Robert Smith

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CHVRCHES and Robert Smith (Photo by Sebastian Mlynarski & Kevin J Thomson)

CHVRCHES recently announced their highly anticipated fourth studio album, Screen Violence, due out Aug. 27 on Glassnote Records. The band has also shared the second single from the forthcoming record, titled “How Not to Drown,” featuring one of the trio’s ultimate heroes, Robert Smith.

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Song of the Day: “Opus 56” by Dustin O’Halloran

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Dustin O’Halloran (Photo by Anna Maggý Grímsdóttir)

Oscar-nominated, Emmy-winning US composer and pianist Dustin O’Halloran unveiled his new single, “Opus 56,” recently.

The track is the second single from his forthcoming Deutsche Grammophon debut, Silfur, which arrives on June 11.

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Interview: John Notto and Justin Smolian of Dirty Honey (New Album: Dirty Honey)

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After garnering national acclaim off of their 2019 EP, hard rock band Dirty Honey are finally set to release their first full-length album on April 23. Originally scheduled to record the album in Australia in the spring of 2020, Dirty Honey were forced to put their plans on hold after the travel restrictions were implemented due to Covid-19.

In a conversation with Parklife DC’s Chris Smyth, Dirty Honey guitarist John Notto and bassist Justin Smolian explained how the forced downtime actually helped them become a better band, and in turn allowed them to create a better record. The pair spoke about the entire preproduction and recording process, which famous musician was recording in the studio beside them, and their plans for potential upcoming tours.

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Song of the Day: “The Men Who Rule the World” by Garbage

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Garbage (Flyer courtesy Sacks & Co.)

Garbage will share their seventh studio album No Gods No Masters on June 11 via Stunvolume/Infectious Music.

The record’s debut single “The Men Who Rule the World” and its accompanying mixed media video — created by Chilean film director, animator, and painter Javi.MiAmor — are out now.

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Song of the Day: “Drugs in California” by Transviolet

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Transviolet (Photo courtesy Earshot Media)

After a successful catfishing on a musician networking website, Sarah McTaggart began to collaborate with producer and bassist Mike Panek across the world, and over the internet writing the beginnings of what would eventually become Transviolet.

Transviolet recently released a new single, “Drugs in California.”

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