PREMIERE: The North 41 Share Title Track, “World On Fire”, Off Forthcoming LP

first_imgChicago-based funk and jam sextet The North 41 has been on the rise recently, catching the attention of fans all over the Midwest and as far as the Colorado Rockies. Started in 2014, the band—composed of Riley Pettrone (vocals), Pat Walsh (guitar), Frank Minella (guitar), Anthony Perry (keyboards), Donoven “Heavy” Brown (bass), and Michael Campo (drums)—has been combining catchy and mesmerizing vocals with funky, feel-good grooves, creating a unique sound that defies genre. Beyond funk and jam music, The North 41 throws dashes of soul, R&B, jazz, and hip-hop into the mix, creating a silky-smooth space for fans to let loose and dance to their infectious tunes.In 2015, The North 41 released their first LP, Dancing & Praying, which was broadcasted nationwide on various college radio stations. The band has headlined and packed some of Chicago’s favorite venues and festivals, including House of Blues, Lincoln Hall, and Chicago Ale Festival in Grant Park, in addition to performing alongside Roosevelt Collier’s Super Jam, Here Come The Mummies, The Main Squeeze, Magic Beans, and more. The North 41 are anxiously awaiting the release of their newest LP, World On Fire, which will be available via Apple Music and Spotify on September 14th.As drummer Michael Campo shared with us, “World On Fire is really a collection of love songs, but not in any cheesy sort of way.  The songs are mostly fun funk songs that will hopefully get people dancing and feeling good.”Live For Live Music is proud to premiere The North 41’s first single and title track off their forthcoming album, “World On Fire”. The psychedelia-drenched music video perfectly complements the band’s easy, throwback vibe, highlighted by Pettrone’s sultry vocals and the band’s tight groove and stellar harmonies. You can check it out below.The North 41 – “World On Fire”Furthermore, the band will celebrate World On Fire‘s release on September 14th at Martyr’s in Chicago. For information on the show and ticketing, head to the album release party’s event page. A full track listing for World On Fire, plus more of The North 41’s upcoming tour dates, are listed below. World On Fire TracklistingWorld On FireMy MagicLiving On TopBaby We Can Figure It Out4 Days 5 HoursShoutedThe Real ThingThe VibeQuoteView All TracksThe North 41 Upcoming Tour Dates9/14 @ Martyrs’ (Chicago, IL)9/22 @ Scranton Iron Furnaces (Scranton, PA) w/ Stop Making Sense10/5 @ The Livery (Benton Harbor, MI)10/27 @ Shorts Brewing Company (Bellaire, MI)11/24 @ Founders Taproom (Grand Rapids, MI)View All Tour Dateslast_img read more

Robert Koch Institute: Šibenik-Knin and Split-Dalmatia counties put on the red list

first_imgPhoto: PIxabay.com As it was announced yesterday, Slovenia should officially announce this afternoon that it has put Croatia on the red list. According to the decision of the Robert Koch Institute (RKI), Germany put Croatia on the red list. The good news is that the whole of Croatia is not on the red list, but it is looking partially i.e. looking at the epidemiological situation by counties. In part, it means how the epidemiological situation will be viewed by counties, and not the whole of Croatia. Awaiting decision from Britain and Slovenia / Britain and Slovenia put Croatia on the red list today? The eventual decision of the Slovenes would be a new blow to Croatian tourism after the decision of Austria and Italy, which introduced mandatory testing for all returning from Croatia, and today awaits the decision of Britain, which also, unofficially, plans to put Croatia on the red list. . So they are according to the data RKI-and, Šibenik-Knin County and Split-Dalmatia County put on the red list. All passengers returning to Germany, who were in the mentioned Croatian counties, must go for mandatory testing, and until they receive the test results, they must be in home quarantine. According to the Guardian, officials of the government’s Joint Center for Biosafety have identified certain cases of coronavirus imported into Croatia from Great Britain. It is not known how many cases have been identified or where they are located in the country, but it is understood that the number of imported cases is similar to that in the case of Spain when it was removed from the travel corridor last month with just a few hours. Britain is likely to remove Croatia from the list today after a recent increase in coronavirus cases. If the measures are formally signed, it would mean that people who come from Croatia to Britain will have to be quarantined for 14 days, reports Guardian. If Croatia is removed from the list of safe countries, the change at this point could, logically, affect thousands of British tourists in the country.last_img read more