Sunday, February 14, 2021

Billy Idol & Poolside Remix "Eyes Without A Face" and The Next Waltz Provides Hope With New Compilation

Legendary rocker Billy Idol recently released a new remix of his 1984 hit single "Eyes Without A Face" done by Los Angeles duo, Poolside. Their music has been described as "daytime disco" and that is the perfect words to describe the new version of "Eyes Without A Face." Billy Idol recently performed with Miley Cyrus on the pre-Super Bowl show in Tampa, FL, collaborating on "Night Crawling" and singing his classic song "White Wedding."

The vocals of this newly released single are all original, but this time they are supported by a laid-back dance beat that works perfectly alongside Billy Idol's more mellow vocals. The remix does make the song more "chilled" and gives it a slight update with the beats and summer-type vibe. To find out more about this new single remix released by Billy Idol and Poolside, please visit billyidol.net/eyes-without-a-face-poolside-remix.

Also on the new release block is the third installment of singles from The Next Waltz record label. This new set gathers some of songs from some of the greatest independent songwriters around to give a soundtrack to the crazy times that 2020 provided. The ten tracks that make up this new compilation gives meaning to what, we as music fans, have been dealing with for the past twelve-plus months, beginning with the comfort of Jack Ingram's country vibe of "Times Like These." The band, Flatland Calvary, look to calm your mind and your nerves with the gentle ballad "War With My Mind," which spills over into the loving duet between Bruce Robison and Kelly Willis on "Tennessee Blues." The energy picks up with the simple, swinging soul music of Charley Crockett's "I Can Help," while the great Shinyribs gets into the funk blues of "Bitch Better Have My Money." The compilation closes with the thought-provoking wish of "Wonder If The World Can Wait That Long" provided beautifully by Cody Canada, along with what Robert Ellis sings about in "I Must Be In A Good Place Now," about life returning to a somewhat normal state of living. To find out more about this latest compilation from The Next Waltz, please visit thenextwaltz.com.

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