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Blindwish Sign With Rise Records

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  1. Melody Bot

    Your friendly little forum bot. Staff Member

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    Blindwish have signed with Rise Records. The full press release is below. They’ve also released a video for the song “After Midnight.”

    Rise Records is pleased to announce the addition of BLINDWISH to the roster. The band formed in Dallas, Texas in March 2016.
    Blindwish will release their debut album Good Excuses, which was recorded and produced by Ryan Furlott, on September 1. The album features the tracks “After Midnight” and “The Maze,” which were co-written with multi-platinum songwriter and producer John Feldmann.

  2. Jake W

    oh my god, I'm back on my bullshit Prestigious

    well that was generic.
    austingordon likes this.
  3. Piercalicious


    Wow, I was way more pumped on this track when I was watching their live sets. The final mix and some of the effects they're using in places here is... uh yeah. I'll still check out the album, but I certainly didn't expect this.

    (Also Ryan Furlott is great)
    austingordon likes this.
  4. blinkTX


    John Feldmann of Goldfinger did this song not Ryan Ferlot.
  5. Smittzerland

    First time long time (FKA musicfan9795) Prestigious

    Read the press release and try again
  6. blinkTX


    The press release says John did this song and another track?
  7. Smittzerland

    First time long time (FKA musicfan9795) Prestigious

    co-wrote, not produced. Ferlot produced this.
  8. vein.ftm

    Trusted Prestigious

    Thought this said Blinside got a tini bit excited
  9. Piercalicious


    Yeah, I know. I really like most of Ryan's work as of late, if Feldmann is producing on this track (unclear - if he's co-writing I wouldn't be surprised if he also helped with production) and I'm not that enthused with it I wouldn't be surprised if I still like the rest of the album because the majority of it is Ryan's work. Hoping "Bittersweet" in particular comes out well, hook sounds killer live.
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  11. John Zafran

    As If Everything Was Held In Place

    will check the cd out