Tag: Lockdown Sessions

Underwing – Kaela (Live from Lockdown Sessions)

This week’s song from Lockdown Sessions is our all time fan-favorite – Kaela ❀️ If you liked Kaela, check out the rest of Lockdown Sessions βš‘οΈπŸ”’ Oh, and don’t forget to subscribe! πŸ¦‹

Sunless Seed (Live from Lockdown Sessions)

This week it’s our song Sunless Seed from our debut-EP Kaela Upsweep πŸ‘‡πŸŽ±β˜€οΈπŸŒ€πŸ”’ Check out Sunless Seed below, and don’t forget to subscribe if you don’t want to miss out on next week’s release 🀩 Did you miss last week’s Lockdown Sessions? πŸ”’ Don’t fret! Just click this magical link and you’ll spiraling back to last week’s video πŸŒ€πŸ”’

Where Gods Conspire – Live from Lockdown Sessions

We are stoked to release Where Gods Conspire from our live streamed show “Lockdown Sessions” back in November 2020 πŸ”’πŸŒ€βš‘οΈ Be sure to subscribe to us on YouTube to stay in the loop on the newest videos! 🎱🀩

Underwing – We Lie Awake (Live from Lockdown Sessions)

We’re stoked to release the fourth song off our live album Lockdown Sessions πŸ‘‡πŸ”’πŸŒŸ Spring is finally starting to show it’s beauty as we’re releasing another song from our Lockdown Sessions β˜€οΈ This weekend, it’s one of our favorite songs to play live – We Lie Awake. Subscribe to Underwing on YouTube so that you’ll get notified every time we drop a new video ❀️

Underwing – Paragon (Live from Lockdown Sessions)

We are super proud to release our live concert “Lockdown Sessions” from BankgΓ₯rden, Arendal on the 21st of November, 2020! First out is “Paragon” As you all know, playing a live concert in the year of 2020 wasn’t exactly the easiest thing to do, especially not as an unsigned band like ourselves. But we did our best to keep productive, and after hours of video

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What does an unsigned band do to stay active in 2021 during a lockdown?

When looking back on the year 2020, one can’t help but wonder what bands/artists do to stay active while facing the current pandemic. While concerts are currently on a hiatus, there’s not much to do for an unsigned band that wants to expand their audience, is there? Sure, many have found that a long needed break from everyday hectic life have sparked a creative flame