Ohio-based electro-pop/rock trio, Plaid Brixx, has teamed up with WhoSay to premiere “Jon Snow”—a parody video of Taylor Swift’s “I Knew You Were Trouble” set to lyrics based on the popular HBO Original series, Game Of Thrones

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Plaid Brixx

Premieres “Jon Snow”

Game Of Thrones/Taylor Swift Parody Video

Watch the Video on WhoSay Here: bit.ly/1Pcoobc

Chemistry Nominated For “Best Rock EP”

In The 14th Independent Music Awards

Vote For Plaid Brixx Here: bit.ly/1CWoeQ0

Combining the best of punk and new wave inspiration, each song stands out with attention grabbing hooks.”

Examiner

“…there is no line where (lead singer) Chris (Duggan) ends and music begins.”

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COLUMBUS, OH – April 6, 2015 – Ohio-based electro-pop/rock trio, Plaid Brixx, has teamed up with WhoSay to premiere “Jon Snow”—a parody video of Taylor Swift’s “I Knew You Were Trouble” set to lyrics based on the popular HBO Original series, Game Of Thrones. Watch the video over at WhoSay, here: http://bit.ly/1Pcoobc. For more information, please visit: www.plaidbrixx.com.

Plaid Brixx’s newest EP, Chemistry, was recently nominated for Best Rock EP as part of the The 14th Independent Music Awards (The IMAs), the influential awards program for independent artists and releases. This year’s judges include artists and industry figures such as Amanda Palmer, “Weird Al” Yankovic, Suzanne Vega, Terry McBride (Nettwerk Music Group), Benji Rogers (PledgeMusic), and Anthony DeCurtis (Rolling Stone), among many others. In addition to the winners selected by the judges’ panel, music fans from around the world have until Friday, July 31, 2015 to vote for their favorite nominees at The Vox Pop Jukebox, the fan-determined portion of The IMAs. To vote for Plaid Brixx, please visit: http://bit.ly/1CWoeQ0

Co-produced by lead singer Chris Duggan and producer Richard Barone, Chemistry is pop with a razor’s edge of rock and an aftershave of punk. Duggan, who also penned all five songs on the EP, crafted a contemporary sound for this collection of in-your-face songs. Off the heels of Chemistry’s successful EP release in 2014, Plaid Brixx has been busy on the road, hitting festivals including CMJ Music Marathon, Fashion Meets Music Festival and most recently, South by Southwest. The band has released a stream of video content in support of the record, including two official music videos for songs “Hipster Queen” and “Chemistry,” as well as acoustic and live-studio performance versions of the title-track.

Formed in early 2013 by Duggan, Plaid Brixx is also comprised of Mark Smith on drums, and Cole Bradley on bass. After playing together in a high school band, the trio is now showcasing their new sound years later. In regards to the band’s debut EP, Duggan explains, “Our objective was to pick and choose our favorite elements of electronic, rock and pop music and ‘Frankenstein’ them together. I believe we’ve achieved that with this music.”

The extremely well received release of “Chemistry” was featured on Artist Direct where the band exclusively premiered the lyric video for the title track here: http://bit.ly/1qSlvSC. You can also stream the full EP on Diffuser.fm, here: http://bit.ly/1oh3ze1.

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Upcoming Shows

Apr. 11 The Emerson Theater Indianapolis, IN

Apr. 18 AIDS Walk 2015 @ Arch Park Columbus, OH

May 2 Capital City Half Marathon Columbus, OH

Jun. 24 Columbus Crew Pre-Game Columbus, OH

Jul. 11 Westerville Arts Festival Westerville, OH

Jul. 25 Columbus Crew Pre-Game Columbus, OH

Aug. 15 Musikfest Bethlehem, PA

For updates, please visit:

Website: www.plaidbrixx.com

Facebook: www.facebook.com/plaidbrixx

Twitter: www.twitter.com/plaidbrixx

YouTube: www.youtube.com/plaidbrixx

 

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