pretty sweet EP. Not a bad track. The 3 unheard songs are all strong, synthy, catchy and dance-able.
After several false starts, we are FINALLY officially launching Sir Video this summer! We'll have news on our debut live show and some details on the full-length album soon, but we really wanted to share some music with you ASAP. So without further ado, we're very excited to announce the first official release from Sir Video, the 7-track "Light Years EP" available on 7.7.14!
Produced by multi-platinum producer/engineer Kenny Gioia and myself over the last couple years on both coasts, the EP features 6 songs - including guest appearances from my old pal Tom Brislin (Yes, Meat Loaf, Debbie Harry, Renaissance, Spiraling) on talk-box synth, and Jessica Childress(Vaud And The Villains, Team Usher on Season 4 of NBC's The Voice) singing her ass off on "(Oh No!) They're On The Radio" - and a bonus acoustic version of the song Light Years rounding out the 7-track EP. The EP will be released on iTunes, Spotify, Amazon Music, and all other digital download retailers on 7/7, but if you pre-order now athttp://sirvideo.bandcamp.com/, you can download the title track immediately, exclusively through Bandcamp!
I can't wait to share all the plans we have in the works for the next few months and beyond, but in the meantime, I hope you all enjoy this first collection of songs on the "Light Years EP"!
All The Best!
-Timmy Sean & Co.
1. (Oh No!) They're On The Radio - feat. Jessica Childress
2. Take My Breath Away
3. She's A Killer
4. Light Years
5. Do What You Wanna
6. Never Knew
7. Light Years - Acoustic Version (bonus track)
Interesting of the 3 2013 singles: "On an On," "Do What You Wanna," and "Never Knew,"... "Never Knew" and "Do What You Wanna" made it onto this. I am of course looking forward to this, as the title track is pretty sweet and available stream and download with the pre-order as the write-up says, which comes out on July 7th.
I am curious if the full-length record may come later this year or next year. Or, maybe this continues the trend of a kind of cost-efficient/time-efficient releases of singles and EPs.