Saturday, May 18, 2013

Sing, Sing a Song Saturday

I started doing what I call Sing, Sing a Song Saturday.  I'm going to post one song on Saturdays that the boys or I like. 

The song may be part of a movie, a kid's video or just a song we like. I'll try and include why we like it and/or the history of the song/singer.

This week I'm covering a group named Radical Face. They have another group called Electric President that has a slightly different style. Ben Cooper is the common links between the bands. He lives in Jacksonville, Florida; not too far from where I went to grad school in Savannah, Georgia. The name Radical Face was chosen after seeing it on a flyer. Later he found out the flyer was for Radical Face-Lift. He took the word "Lift" off and had the band name.

The first song is about two brothers. One always cleans up and covers up for the other one. The video was made for just under $50.
Always Gold


Welcome Home



Then this song was created by their other band called Electric President. Why do people have two bands or artist names? Because they have different styles. This song was made to help raise money for the 2011 earthquakes in Japan.

The City and the Machines


Check out the Radical Face Store.
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Follow Radical Face on Twitter.
Follow Electric President on Facebook.

4 comments:

mail4rosey said...

That's a pretty powerful theme going on in the first one.

I haven' heard of them, it's a nice mellow sound.

My Journey With Candida said...

Never heard of either band.... but then you know I don't get out much.

Masshole Mommy said...

I've never heard of these guys, but it's awesome that they made the video for that first song for under $50.

Theresa said...

I haven't heard of them either! Thanks for sharing :)

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