Things are looking up for hard rock band Sinshift.
The band, which is scheduled to take part in this year’s Blue Ridge Rock Festival next month in Danville, VA, has inked a new record deal with Godsize Records. The label will release the band’s self-titled debut album next month as it gets out in front of audiences.
Band member Trenton Valenzuela was excited as he talked about the band’s new record deal and album.
“We’re incredibly excited to be joining the Godsize Records family!” said Valenzuela. “We couldn’t be happier to be surrounded by such creative and hard working individuals that share the same vision and passion for the band.”
He added, “With the release of our album, and a performance at Blue Ridge Rock Festival coming up for us in September, we are very excited to be further establishing the unique connection that we have with our fans.”
Godsize Records A&R Representative Scott Rose shared Valenzuela’s excitement as he talked about the new partnership.
“I have been watching the progress of Sinshrift for years now,” he said. “Great kids. Great live show. Catchy radio songs with a dark twist. I look forward to watching them become a powerhouse!”
In anticipation of the album’s release, the band — Trenton Valenzuela, John Oeinck, Lee Dehmer, and David Davis — premiered the video for the album’s lead single, ‘Run,’ Monday. The video is a standard style presentation. It features the band performing its new single in a studio setting with lighting used to help enhance the impact of the song’s musical and lyrical content.
The musical arrangement featured in ‘Run’ is a melodic hard rock style composition. The instrumentation and vocals make the song an easy fit on any active rock radio programmer’s daily playlist. That is because it echoes the sounds and styles of so many of the band’s more well-known, mainstream counterparts while also maintaining the song’s own identity separate from those works.
No information was provided about the lyrical theme featured in ‘Run’ in the press release announcing the premiere of the song and its video. However, in listening to the song, it is clear that the song centers on the all-too-familiar topic of a person facing problems in a personal, romantic relationship.
Along with the band’s upcoming performance at the Blue Ridge Rock Festival, the band is also scheduled to perform live Sept. 3 in Phoenix, AZ.
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