Doing great! Life is good, so I can’t complain. Currently working on some new material.
Can you talk to us more about your latest single “Empty”?
“Empty” is a cool song to perform. It just brings so much energy. The song tackles how human beings sort of behave like robots and live monotonous lives. It’s a call to all to stop living like a mental sloth. The song encourages listeners to not just “put on a fake smile to make it through the day.”
Did any event in particular inspired you to write this song?
The song was inspired by the overall feel I get from my fellow men/women. I do...
From the stage at Vans Warped Tour to being featured by CNN and Huffington Post, Miami-based Acaedia (pronouced uh-SEE-dee-uh) is using its unique brand of metal core to make powerful social commentaries. Get a free download of their Internet sensation cover of “Despacito” by visiting www.Acaedia.com.
Which received over 7 millions views on social media platforms. Since their viral release, they are not looking to slow down anytime soon! They have been nonstop releasing content from their current EP “Void” on their YouTube channel.
My boyfriend and I don’t always agree on music. He loves hippy jam bands and I like punk. However, we agree on one genre – metalcore. He trusted me enough to pick which band we would see at Warped Tour for the 2 p.m. slot. So far I have not steered him wrong. He’s like “How did you know about Band XYZ?” My answer is usually “YouTube.”
Miami-based band Acaedia is one of those bands that we would both look forward to seeing in concert. If they had been at Warped Tour this year, I would have definitely chosen to see them.
It is possible that "Despacito" has heard all versions and for having, from your neighbor's room when she sings across the yard to the Justin Bieber (singing something like Dorito), the disastrous Backstreet Boys, of one cabin crew member, the one of YouTubers, the one of a step of Holy Week. But this one is especially curious: it is performed by a heavy metal band. Acaedia is a heavy metal band from Miami (Florida, US) that has made its own version of the theme of Luis Fonsi. Not only has he sung it differently, with the rhythm, instruments and voice of...
At this point, it seems that the whole world has put a hand to "Despacito", doing all kinds of covers and even parodies of a song that has reached a really unexpected popularity across the globe. The fame of the subject is so great that there are already people who speculate about its content in terms of massive seduction, accusing it sometimes of using elements of obscurantism; and in view of the circumstances, we ourselves are doubting that this is not true, because there are artists completely removed from the reggaeton that have fallen under their "charms."
With over 2 billions view and being the most viewed video of all time on YouTube, we can definitely consider Despacito as the song of summer 2017. If you are like me, however, you are starting to find it overplayed. I found five covers of the mega hit that you will actually like and maybe, even, press replay!
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