Pacific Palisades, California-based pop/rock band Sparks has a long standing career that spans over fifty years and the glam, synth-pop group have recently released a music video, “All That (Live in Isolation).” Their latest music offering is the first cut off the group’s twenty-fourth full length studio album, A Steady Drip, Drip, Drip, via BMG released just last month. As previously reported by Glide Magazine, “
Amidst the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, Sparks (made up of siblings,
Last year, alternative rock band Red Kross covered Sparks’ 1994 single “When Do I Get To Sing ‘My Way'” off Kross’ eighth studio album, Beyond The Door. As previously reported here on mxdwn, “For their rendition, Redd Kross’ frontman Jeff McDonald does not deviate from the lyrics whatsoever, but the band definitely changes the more electronic dance pop feel of the original. Instead they opt for a more garage band approach and trade in the synth melodies with more hard rock chords.”
To watch the latest music video for Sparks’ “All That (Live in Isolation)” stream below, via YouTube.