I've been toying around with the idea of a possible series, but haven't quite decided to do it. As previously stated, I do teach a friend of mine about who's behind the music and several have suggested I make that a proper series here on Immortal Music. So far, I haven't done that, and still am unsure if its a waste of everyone's time. That being said, with the lessons, comes song suggestions and I thought that could be something I do normally online. It could introduce you to new bands and I can suggest some of my favorites by them.
For each band I could give a quick over view of the band, and just name songs I personally really enjoy from them. Everyone else can add their own commentary, like the songs they prefer or ask why I picked what I did, ect. This could be a very interactive thing, and I think it could end up being quite interesting, so I think I'm going to try it.
I'm going to start with a band most people still have not heard of, but need to. They're friends of mine called Sunshine And Bullets, and they are a four piece hard rock/alternative band from Saint Petersburg, FL. They're pretty well known here in Florida, and are starting to get some attention outside of the state as well. They have one album out which is called Triangular Mechanism and if anyone's curious about you can get it on iTunes and read the review I wrote a review about it last year.
They're some of the most enthusiastic people you will ever meet, and are very talented. Like most bands, I do have my favorites by them, and here they are. They're not in a real order, except I do still want to say, "Give Them Hell" is my favorite. I just like the meaning and everything about it. Aside from that though, its not in any order.
"Give Them Hell", "Go", "Feel Good", "Believe", and "Now Or Never" are some of my favorites. Their entire album is very good though and I recommend people check them out. I know a lot of lesser known bands, just through managing a band, and many of them have pure talent. Sunshine And Bullets though is one of the ones I can guarantee is going to go far.
If you would like to check them out, just below here is their video for, "Go" and all of their social medias.
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