Posts Tagged ‘Rocky Loves Emily’

ALBUM: Rocky Loves Emily – Secrets Don’t Make Friends

Release Date: April 24th, 2012
Label: Tooth & Nail Records
Website: www.secretsdontmakefriends.net
Facebook: www.facebook.com/rockylovesemilyband
Twitter: www.twitter.com/rockylovestweet

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Rocky Loves Emily are clearly a band that has matured since their 2010 EP, ‘American Dream’. With ‘Secrets Don’t Make Friends’ comes their second release on Tooth & Nail Records, and what comes with it is an eclectic and distinctive collection of songs which really hold up against the homogenized pop-punk backdrop there seems to be at present.

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NEWS: Rocky Loves Emily giveaway free Christmas track!

Pop-rock act Rocky Loves Emily are giving away a free Christmas track called ‘Paper And Pen’ via their Facebook page. To claim the track yourself, simply head to their official Facebook page by clicking here and liking their page.

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SPOTIFY: November 2010 playlist!

The end of the year is drawing very close now, and we’ve compiled yet another playlist for you for the past month. If you’re a Spotify user, then you can listen to our created playlist via the link below to relive many of the album and single releases that have been brought to us throughout November. Some of the artists featured on this month’s playlist include Middle Class Rut, Underoath, Cradle Of Filth, Mayday Parade, Foreign Office, My Chemical Romance, The Chariot, A Day To Remember, Deaf Havana and many others!

If you’re a Spotify user check it out and let us know what you think of it:
November 2010 playlist

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EP: Rocky Loves Emily – American Dream

Release Date: November 23rd, 2010
Label: Tooth & Nail Records
Website: www.rockylovesemily.net
MySpace: www.myspace.com/rockylovesemily

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A bit of pop-punk and pop-rock can go no wrong, whether that be because you’re a general fan of the bands you choose to listen to when you’re in that mood, or if it’s just a bit of a guilty pleasure. There’s usually not too much to take from it though, and often one band can be mistaken for a dozen others due to so many similarities.

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