Rocky Loves Emily have left Tooth and Nail Records and have released the new song “Hypocrite.” It’s in the replies.
Some of you may already know through word of mouth, but we wanted to officially announce we are no longer on Tooth and Nail Records. Our first single “Hypocrite” and our upcoming record “Miserable Love” are going to be entirely independent. We all grew up listening to Tooth and Nail artists and it was a dream come true when we signed, however with a lot of life’s journeys, what you want isn’t always what you need (and things aren’t always what they seem.) We had some really cool opportunities and experiences because of the label. For example, buying our own record at a store like Best Buy wouldn’t have happened without their distribution abilities. But, in the end, we realized it wasn’t the right fit for us and being an indie band made sense for our next record cycle. After much consideration, we asked Tooth and Nail to be released from our contract and graciously the label agreed to part ways. We are now an independent band relying only on our efforts and those of our supporters. Huge thanks to everyone who has supported us over the past 6 years, and we couldn’t be more excited for the next 6!
Head over to The Fader to watch Say Lou Lou's new music video for their single “Games For Girls,” a collaboration with disco producer Lindstrøm. Say Lou Lou’s debut album, Lucid Dreaming, will be out February 2nd, 2015.
No Sleep Records’ upcoming tour now has it’s own website, complete with updated tour dates and a contest to win tickets. We’re proud to be sponsoring this show and are big supporters of the bands and label.
No Sleep Records was one of the first labels to work with Soundsupply, so we couldnt be any more excited to partner with them to help launch their very first label tour, Death to False Music! Theyve hand selected some bands from their expansive roster to roam the country this fall and spread the No Sleep Records sound to lucky cities around the U.S. Get a preview of some of those sounds with this Free Tour Drop featuring songs from each bands playing on all, or part, of the tour including The Felix Culpa, Rescuer, Aviator, Seasons Change, Foreign Tongues and In Between.