Blacklite District Premieres New Song “Falling”

Blacklite District has premiered a new song titled “Falling.” You can find a lyric video and a “Minecraft” music video for the track below. Blacklite District commented:

“I think that ‘Falling’ is me finding myself as an artist, and you can hear the evolution of my songwriting. I actually broke down into tears while recording the vocals for this track, which was a first for me, and that’s when I knew this song was special. I love the fact that I got to bring so many different influences into this song. It’s a great reference for what’s to come with my official debut album later this year.”

Blacklite District Premieres “Never Came Around” Video

Blacklite District has premiered a new video for his new song “Never Came Around.” He said the following:

“A new year and new opportunities, with the key word being opportunity. I’m beyond excited to be able to perform alongside Adelitas Way as the direct support act on their What It Takes tour, and thankful for the opportunity. The live production of my show is it’s own thing, this time the key word is show. I’m an entertainer and that’s what I do. On the flip side of all of this, I just released the music video for my new track ‘never came around’ and the fans are loving it. I can’t wait to see everyone on the road.”

Blacklite District Premiere “Hard Pill To Swallow” Video

Blacklite District have premiered a new video for their new song “Hard Pill To Swallow,” via Billboard. This track is from the band’s upcoming album “Through The Ages.” Kyle Pfeiffer commented:

“We worked with DZFX Media in Southern California on the video. I literally ran into him at Guitar Center while I was picking up something for our studio sessions for the new album. We started talking right there at the counter and ended up shooting three videos that week, with ‘Hard Pill to Swallow’ being the first.”

Blacklite District Share Official & Minecraft Music Videos For “Goodbye”

Blacklite District have released two new videos for “Goodbye” off their album “Instant Gratification.” One is the official video, while the other is a Minecraft video.