YMAEWK are streaming a brand new track via our good friends at AbsolutePunk. The track, “Better Men,” is off of the band’s latest installment, I Wish More People Gave A Shit. I Wish is the follow-up to the 2012 comeback EP, A Great Big Hole. If this track is any indication as to what we are to expect with the release, then giving a shit really won’t be that hard. Check out YMAEWK on tour this summer with Squid The Whale and The Orphan, The Poet. The record is due out May 7. If you give a …
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You, Me, And Everyone We Know consists primarily of songwriter Ben Liebsch. Ben will be doing a solo tour as You, Me, And Everyone We Know, with notable opening acts The Orphan, The Poet and Squid the Whale. Squid the Whale are personal favorites of us here at Under the Gun Review; you may recall them doing an acoustic session with us.
Perhaps Ben will appear during Squid’s set, too; they did a song together that you can see a live performance of here. The tour takes place in May and June, crossing most of the …
When I’m not typing away in my email client of choice, the UTG staff page, or the site itself, I’m probably in class. I’m less than a month out from my Associates degree in Business with a certificate in Music Industry Management. This being the case, I find that my life online bleeds into my school work – and vice versa – quite often.
In one of my classes, a group of fellow Hocking College students and myself took on a project we’ve dubbed The Robbins Crossing Sessions. This is a 5 part web series that is recorded in …
Last year, Squid The Whale released their single, “The German Affair”. Featured on said track was none other than Ben Liebsch of You, Me & Everyone We Know. Now, well into the new year, you can finally watch Liebsch performing the song live with the band.
The video was shot on March 23 at the Crocodile Rock in Allentown, Pennsylvania. It seems as though this collaboration should have happened live a long time ago. Watch Squid The Whale and Liebsch performing “The German Affair” below.
Artist: Squid The Whale
Album: Four More EP
Genre: Rock & Soul
Squid The Whale. What can possibly be said about the group that their music hasn’t already? You’d have to be living under a rock not to already know about vocalist Bradley Walden and his skilled gang of eccentric virtuoso rock and rollers. Squid The Whale is energetic, gritty and deep. Their unique blend of self-proclaimed “Rock & Soul” is quickly turning heads and snapping necks, which may be why they were selected as UTG’s #1 artist to watch in 2013.
Michigan rising stars in rock and roll outfit Squid The Whale have given us a special treat this afternoon. They have been filmed by our good friends Pup Fresh performing their new song “Warden Sings The Blues” acoustic at The Crofoot Ballroom in Pontiac, Michigan.
This sultry track is off of STW’s latest EP release, Four More, that dropped on January 30. These guys are independent so be sure to support and buy this if you enjoy! Link to iTunes provided.
Watch Squid The Whale take you into another world, with “Warden Sings The Blues,” and comment if you …
The eight day tour will start on March 23 at Crocodile Rock in Allentown, Pennsylvania, make its way throughout the Northeast and finish up at Frankie’s in Toledo, Ohio.
Right before these tour dates, Squid The Whale will also be heading out on for a short stint through the Midwest with Conditions and The Company We Keep. Check out Squid The Whale’s full tour schedule below.
One of our biggest goals in 2013 is to bring you even more new and cutting edge artists than ever before. Be it music, film, comedy, or something else altogether that absolutely floor us, we are dedicated to helping usher in the next wave of talent that will soon overtake the industry.
Just over a year ago we brought you our first ’5 Artists To Watch’ feature (found here), and in the months that have passed since we have watched those same artists become some of the most recognized names in the alternative community. With this year’s list we …
STREAM: Squid The Whale – “How Do I Show These Cowboys I’m Alive?” (Featuring Nic Newsham of Gatsby’s American Dream)
Exactly two weeks ago, UTG premiered Squid The Whale‘s brand new track, “Warden Sings The Blues“. Well today, our buds over at AbsolutePunk.net are streaming another brand new track from the Detroit foursome.
The song is called “How Do I Show These Cowboys I’m Alive?” and it’s phenomenal. Vocalist Bradley Walden kills it, as usual, while the rest of the band follows suit. Additionally, this new Squid The Whale track also features guest vocals from Nic Newsham of Gatsby’s American Dream.
Stream “How Do I Show These Cowboys I’m Alive?” on AbsolutePunk.net, and don’t forget …
I recently went to see Squid the Whale in Columbus, Ohio where I stood near fans who skipped out on the Twenty One Pilots show, that was right down the road, just to be there. If you have spent any time with fans of southern Ohio music, you’d know this to be a big deal.
The show was absolutely fantastic and out of the 5 times I’ve seen them, this was the best I’ve seen the band play. With a new setlist containing 3 of the 4 songs found on the new Four More EP, I was thrilled to …
We’ve followed Squid the Whale for some time now, eagerly watching them grow in both talent and reach. Always a site favorite, we were pleased to accept a song première from the band’s latest EP, released at the end of this month, called Four More.
For the 4 weeks leading up to the release, fans have been celebrating #WhaleWednesday. One new song each week. Two have been released thus far and can be found via the links below. Today’s song, a bit of a departure from the band’s style, is called “Warden Sings the Blues.” Enjoy it below.
They’re back. Squid the Whale has 4 new unreleased songs coming our way and today marks the release of the first.
This afternoon, Stheart Clothing premiered “Drown Pt. II” which features the absolutely gorgeous vocals of Lisa Vitale. It’s a somber and contemplative duet.
“Drown Pt. II” is the first of 4 songs on the Four More EP that they will be releasing on January 3oth. Stay tuned here each #WhaleWednesday for the remainder of the track’s locations. Head over to Stheart for today’s song.
Pre-order the EP here.