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PREMIERE: Hydrogen Skyline Release New Live Video For “Battery Acid”

Reminiscent of bands like Paramore, Metric and vocals that remind you to unique singers like Shakira, Hydrogen Skyline are back with their psychodelic and awesome video for “Battery Acid” off their new album Photovoltaic.

Hydrogen Skyline is comprised of vocalist Asher Skyline, her husband Norman on keyboards, and his twin brother Mark on guitars. Aside from music, they love craft brewing, animal rights, politics, video gaming, street art, and literature. Formed in 2011, Hydrogen Skyline has waded through the tempests of music and band life while expressing their passions about love, loss, and personal changes through their brand of melodic and groove laden compositions. They strive to create music that is not only enjoyable, but inspiring to the lives of those who listen. In a phrase, Hydrogen Skyline sounds like Paramore, Fallout Boy, and Twenty One Pilots in a hipster knife fight.

To date, the band has released three full length albums, two EPs, one single, and one full length exclusive deluxe edition album.

Hydrogen Skyline has toured across the western US and played with great acts such as Atlas Genius, Civil Twilight, Trapdoor Social, Highly Suspect, Audiodamn! and Abney Park.

Also worthy of note is that Photovoltaic was successfully funded by the band’s fans on Kickstarter, where they raised nearly 120% of their initial $5,000 goal. Thanks to the fans, they were able to have the album mastered by none other than Dominick Maita (Fall Out BoyHawthorne Heights). The record’s first single “Inhale/Exhale” was also recently featured as Strife Magazine‘s coveted “Track of the Day”.

About RJ Frometa

Head Honcho, Editor in Chief and writer here on VENTS. I don't like walking on the beach, but I love playing the guitar and geeking out about music. I am also a movie maniac and 6 hours sleeper.

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