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My Silent Bravery Releases Video For ‘Got It Going On’

Jesse-Lee Rowe

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When it comes to doing video reviews, I sometimes get a little bit nervous. The thing is, music videos (especially on a budget) can go very wrong, very easily. That is definitely not the case with the latest video release from My Silent Bravery for ‘Got it Going on’ – the first single from the eagerly awaited album Willing to Try. I am not the only one who thinks so, with the video having racked up an astounding 92,971 views and 278 comments in only two short days.

The video is equal parts funny and sexy, with a very LMFAO-esqe feel to it that will have you in hysterics. Directed by Kurt J. Zendzian, who has worked with the likes of Chuck Norris, AWOLNATION, and The Tenors, it translates the upbeat quirkiness of the song flawlessly. I won’t give too much away (because obviously you have to go and watch it) but for the sake of this review I will tell you that there it has a whole lot of cheek, in more ways than one. The main star of the video is a little pug (whose name I am not privy to, but will call Mortimer just for the hell of it) who is responsible for giving his owner a very false sense of confidence. Mortimer has infinite swag, and turns the heads of some hot girls, and guys doing garden work in some very questionable attire. His owner, who happens to be wearing a banana hammock, obviously thinks they are looking at him… but when Mortimer runs off to join a few girls having an inflatable pool party, we soon learn the truth.

I think what made this one stand out for me is the attention to detail that went into the aesthetic. Morty would not have been the same pug without his ‘b***hes love me’ jumper or diamond studded collar, and that ‘Sundae Funday’ lumo T-Shirt and cowboy hat really made that gardening encounter that much more memorable.

As far as the song goes, there is no doubt that it has all the qualities of a chart-topper. It is quirky, catchy and lyrically brilliant in the sense that the words sort of crawl into your head and stay there for an uncomfortable amount of time.

Woke up with my headphones on, Just singing my favorite song
Oh yeah, the hangover’s gone… cause I got it going //
No line at the coffee shop, latte with double shot, no way it won’t hit the spot.

Matthew Wade of My Silent Bravery has the unique ability to share his views on a wide range of subjects through perspective and creativity – a quality that I think will carry him right to the top. That said, he has already experienced his fair share of success with his full length LP, Diamond from Coal, having been featured in the Top 40 of the iTunes Singer/Songwriter Best-Sellers chart, the top 20 on Amazon’s Hot New Releases, and the Songwriting competition Song of the Year. The music video for his single ‘Amazing’ was also picked up for rotation on MTV, VH1, & CMT. Diamond from Coal was also nominated for ‘Album of the Year’ at the Limelight and New England Music Awards.

With the help of Jim McGorman (Gwen Stefani, Avril Levine, Poison) co-writing and producing this album, I am sure that Willing to Try is going to be an absolute smash hit. The album features twelve tracks and will be released in 3 separate Eps over the next year.

Watch the video for ‘Got It Going On’ below.

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New Pop Sensation Phil Crown Shares Action-Packed Love Story In New Video, “Pick Up The Phone”

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With his new single making a lot of noise right now while breaking into the pop charts. Newfound Bay Area heartthrob Phil Crown hops a flight to Japan to save the love he loves in the full-length visual titled, “Pick Up The Phone”.

In the Damien Sandoval-directed six-minute full-length feature, Phil Crown stars as the drug dealer in love with his suppliers. Love affair exposed, things get deadly dangerous for the singer and his love interest. Ready to fight for his love, great vocals isn’t the only thing the Oakland-native can do in this action-packed video. Filmed in Japan, the video includes Tokyo Drift-inspired car chase, Yakuza fight scenes, and more. A great promotional material in the campaign of his forthcoming release EP, Desert Son. “Pick Up the Phone” was produced Hiroki Sekiguchi & Taka Arakawa.

The video was made in Loving Memory of Barron Machat.

Watch the Director’s Cut Now.

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Hear Phil Crown Debut Single, “Pick Up The Phone”, It’s Hot!

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Pop artist on the rise Phil Crown isn’t necessarily a new face to the music scene; currently residing in Oakland, California, he has been producing behind the scenes for many notable artists over the last few years. Now, Phil is stepping into the spotlight and releasing his debut EP next month; he just dropped the first single off the upcoming ‘Desert Son’ EP, “Pick Up The Phone.”

“Pick Up The Phone” is a dance-infused pop song that captures the struggle a girl has when she’s feeling stuck in a moment of her life, not going anywhere.

Phil Crown explains the lyrics, “Pick Up The Phone is a metaphor to tell her to start making something of herself. Like a wake up call, ‘tell me how you want it’ and I can give it to you, as soon as you’re ready to listen.”

The first track off his debut album is a release in collaboration with Machat Records in association with Hippos and Tanks.

Press play on “Pick Up The Phone” below, courtesy of SoundCloud.

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Get Into The Holiday Spirit With New Sarah Anne Flansburg, “Christmas Favorites”

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“Christmas Favorites” is a new Christmas song by recording artist, Sarah Anne Flansburg.

Her rich voice and artistry make this song a cozy one to listen to. We’ll be wrapping presents to this one!

You can learn more about Sarah on her website. Buy on iTunes today!

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