Artist: Population U

New Release: Now you see

Genre: Alt Rock, Indie Rock, alternative, emo

Sounds like: : Offspring, Green Day, rise against

Located in: Anaheim, Ca USA

‘Now you see’ is not just a song about a breakup or losing someone you love, it’s a song about realizing your self-value after it’s over.

As kids of the 90’s our influences come from Pearl Jam, Smashing Pumpkins, Nirvana but we also listen to punk NoFx, Bad Religion. This song brings out these influences from over the years of writing music.

The music we are creating is…

important to us because it captures the live “Big” sound we have when we perform for an audience. The song showcases our songwriting and it is one of our favorite songs to perform.

We are releasing this single with a Music Video to showcase our Stage Show With our PopU Dancers.

We are focusing on a Stage show for the New Year. With a year in preparation behind us to create an alternative rock stage show that incorporates actual Dancers with the music, it’s time to get the ball rolling.

Why do you pour your heart into making music?

We do this because music is Life. That may sound like a cliche but often true. There is nothing like performing; the crowds, the lights, the venue all make doing this so special. Going to see other bands in the local scene are inspiring to see and we enjoy listening to all kinds of different music. You never know when you’ll get to see an act do something special and feel inspired.

That’s one of the best feelings in the world.

What’s coming up next for you? 

Right now we just finished a video for our single “Now you see” and will be releasing it on our YouTube channel. We have a few more videos to shoot and we have 2 shows with our dancers. By the beginning of next year, the band will start recording more singles.

LINKS:
https://twitter.com/populationu
https://open.spotify.com/artist/02vPDEV6Eqm4tbozbKDNHL
https://soundcloud.com/population-u
https://www.reverbnation.com/populationu
https://www.instagram.com/populationumusic

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