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Sempervivi “Always Alive” Details

Music Video Premiere and Album Release

Sempervivi “So Close” Official Music Video

Official music video for the song “So Close” from the “Always Alive” EP, released 4/4/2017! Like and Share! Filmed/directed/edited by Ryan Staples (ryanstaples.net) at Veterans Memorial Park and The Practice Lair in Lexington, KY.

Update: Always Alive is now available here! You can still get it on Patreon for only $3, along with our entire catalog hereWatch the music video for “So Close” now with the player above! Leave a comment below to let us know what you think. Be sure to give it a thumbs up on YouTube, and share it with your friends. Read more for details on getting the album now… Continue reading Sempervivi “Always Alive” Details

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Funny Tour Quotes on Twitter

This year’s tour effort was certainly a step up…

We drove over 3,000 miles in 9 days, spent over 40 hours in a very tightly-packed Envoy, and played North, South, East, and West of the places we call home (Owensboro, KY to Lafayette, Indiana to Chicago, IL to Paducah, KY to Russellville, AR to Dallas, TX to Jackson, MS to Acworth, GA to Bowling Green, KY).

Derek from Sempervivi kept a journal and tweeted out some of the funnier quotes on Twitter using the hash tag #tourquotes.

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Spammers (or My New Best Friends)

Spam

We get a ton of spam comments in the back end of badapplerecords.net. My favorite thing about these comments is how nice they are. These bots have manners.

Having a rough day? Read the spam comments! Day=awesome.

So, here are a few screenshots of comments that we have gotten lately (with a bit of commentary.) Enjoy.

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Goodbye David Bowie (Rock’s First Shaman)

Contributed by Derek Price (frontman for Sempervivi). His latest release, Artifacts, is available on iTunes.

Derek Price Remembers David BowieDavid Bowie wasn’t rock’s first showman, but he may have been its first shaman. Unfettered by genre conventions, he didn’t just explore outer space; he created it. Bowie told listeners, “It’s okay. I’m weird, too. Don’t fit in in your universe? You can be a part of mine.” Without Bowie, there is no glam rock, no space rock, and no Lady  Gaga, but he was much more than that. He was the style and the substance that personified the rock n’ roll frontman and the pop genius.  Continue reading Goodbye David Bowie (Rock’s First Shaman)