BLOGS + PLAYLISTS FOR THE NEW ALBUM, SEASON 1!
OUR SINGLE, HEAD IN THE CLOUDS, WAS INCLUDED ON THE LATEST PLAYLIST FROM TURN UP THE VOLUME!
"Hello. How are you today? Having a rough week? Or maybe you're just mellow as pie and gearing up for the weekend? Either way, we're here to get your coconut-filled palm tree swaying (that is not a penile reference) with the premiere of the song "Big Sur (Up The Coast)" from LA-based trio, Raised on TV. With an easy-breezy (and yes, beautiful - what up, cover girl!) mix of alternative, rock and indie, these gents have perfected the sun-soaked soundtrack to accompany your next Sunday BBQ." - Christopher Gonda
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Behind the scenes, recording Season 1
at The Cave Studio in Glassel Park, Los
"Natives to Los Angeles, the band is a mix of indie rock and roll—keeping the old school feels alive. The debut record titled, Season 1 contains fourteen tracks of that nature. Their latest single, "Old Journals" is an uptempo rock track that's perfect for a day out with friends. Live on the West Coast? You'll definitely be digging the vibe."- James Brookes READ the FULL ARTICLE HERE
Amplified pop vibration from sunny L.A. Dreamy pop electricity energized with glimmering guitars and a steamy flow. From their new, swirling album ‘Season 1‘- Turn Up The Volume Blog
OUR SINGLE, BIG SUR, WAS INCLUDED ON THE LATEST PLAYLIST FROM THE REVUE!
"Some songs are meant for long road trips, but there the rare gems that sound exactly what a road trip is. Such is the case with Raised on TV‘s new single, which just happens to be about a road trip. As the jangly surf-rock vibe and the soothing vocals ring through the song, a feeling of adventure and excitement overcomes you. It’s the feeling you get when the ocean breezes gently sweep over your face, the smell of the sea overwhelms your senses, and the views of the rocky coastline leave you breathless. Now whether the song is just a weekend getaway or re-capturing the journey tens of thousands took back in the ’60s and early ’70s to the famous folk festival is unclear, but this tune would work for both scenarios.Type your paragraph here."- Ben Yung TheRevue.CA- READ FULL ARTICLE HERE