A4A Records / Warner Music Canada have released a lyric video for “Sunday Bloody Sunday” today; a 2019 song recorded by a collective of Canadian artists committed to promoting freedom and human rights worldwide. The cover was originally recorded and released in the summer of 2019 to raise awareness of the political crisis and human suffering in Sudan. Today, participating artists like Juno-winner Hill Kourkoutis are once again sharing U2’s iconic protest song in solidarity with Iranian women.
Over the course of a full music industry shutdown, there was one thing, and only one, that saved Saskatchewan-based band The Sheepdogs; straight-up, non-bummer, pandemic-induced rock and roll. In a few days’ time, the band will take every bit of that energy captured on their latest album, Outta Sight, to venues across the country—from Vermont to California and back. The hard-working and hard-living Canadian band present cool, vintage rock and roll without pretension. It’s urgent, rhythmic, clear, and fun.
Over the course of a full music industry shutdown, there was one thing, and only one, that saved Saskatchewan-based band The Sheepdogs; straight up, non-bummer, pandemic-induced rock and roll. And today, with the release of their new album Outta Sight, The Sheepdogs hope that rock and roll can save you too.
The Borderland Music and Arts Festival, taking place at Knox Farm State Park in East Aurora, NY, on September 21st and 22nd has announced the daily line-up and the availability of single day tickets. A limited amount of single day festival tickets are available for Saturday and Sunday beginning Friday, June 21st at 9 am.