Tag: Orion Walsh

March 20, 2022

July 7, 2021

June 23, 2021

Orion Walsh - So Many Places to See (Official Music Video)

Orion Walsh is back with a new full length album titled “So Many Places” which drops digitally and on CD, July 7th. Pre-Order Digitally and on CD from Orion’s bandcamp right here. If you enjoyed ANY of his prior material or the work he did in Slow Coming Day, you will certainly find yourself a fan of this album. Check out the music video below as well as a preview listen of the new album (via bandcamp).… Continued →

January 22, 2021

September 19, 2020

August 18, 2020

May 2, 2020

Orion Walsh Drops New LIVE Album via Bandcamp

One of my dear friends in the music industry and a super talented artist I might add, Orion Walsh, just released a LIVE full length titled “Greetings From Germany” that is a fundraiser of sorts for him. Please head over to bandcamp right here and drop some change. You’ll get a really great album in the process. Plus if you want, you can buy all of his other releases for just $17. All proceeds go directly to Orion Walsh.… Continued →

April 20, 2020

Exclusive Premiere: Slow Coming Day - Father, Friend

We are proud to premiere the new Slow Coming Day acoustic oriented track titled “Father, Friend”. The song is off the upcoming release “Quarantine Sessions” that will drop in May on Indie Vision Music. This will be a digital release and not only will it be on every digital network but it will also be on the Slow Coming Day bandcamp right here (preorder). View the tracklisting here.… Continued →

March 30, 2020

Slow Coming Day to Release New Music via Indie Vision Music

Slow Coming Day are making the return with a special release titled “Quarantine Sessions”. The release will feature 6-7 songs including acoustic versions of some classics and a new song or two. Orion is currently working on the songs now then it’ll go to mixing, mastering, and then ready for release. We expect to have this release ready this spring. Once a solid release date is locked in, we will reveal more including track listing, first song preview, and more.… Continued →

March 26, 2020

Orion Walsh Performs Acoustic Slow Coming Day Songs from His Living Room

Check out this very special video of Orion Walsh performing select Slow Coming Day songs acoustically from his living room. Video premiered a couple days ago and you can watch it below. Catch Orion Walsh with a facebook live performance tomorrow at 3pm CST by clicking here. It’s going to be a great performance with some songs as well as classics. Sorry for the video cutting out at the end on this video I uploaded. I couldn’t edit the original video so I put the whole thing up as recorded without making changes.… Continued →

October 7, 2019

September 29, 2019

Orion Walsh - Planes, Trains, and Automobiles (Music Video)

Sower Records has posted a music video for the Orion Walsh song “Planes, Trains, and Automobiles” over on YouTube and you can check it out below. Make sure to follow Orion Walsh on facebook and instagram @orionwalshmusic. Orion Walsh released “The Foreigner” Ep via Indie Vision Music last spring and it is available now through all digital networks or on CD right here.… Continued →

May 28, 2019

April 30, 2019

Orion Walsh "The Foreigner Ep" Now Available

Due to a vacation recently, I was unable to post this news nugget as well as other urgent news. So with that said, I am here to tell you that the long awaited new 5 song ep from Orion Walsh, has now released and is ready to purchase/stream. You can purchase in high quality format via bandcamp right here, or from your digital network of choice including iTunes, Google Play, Amazon, Spotify, Tidal, and many others.… Continued →

April 11, 2019

Orion Walsh - Slaves To Screens (Official Music Video)

Indie Vision Music is proud to present the new music video for “Slaves To Screens” by Orion Walsh off his upcoming 5 song ep “The Foreigner”. The Ep will see release on April 26th through Indie Vision Music and will be available worldwide on all digital networks. Pre-order on Bandcamp here (listen below). I also included a Facebook embed below that features all of Orion’s upcoming tour dates in the U.S. and his huge European tour beginning in mid-May.… Continued →

March 12, 2019

Orion Walsh (Slow Coming Day) to Release New Ep on Indie Vision Music April 26th

I am pleased to announce that Slow Coming Day front man/songwriter, Orion Walsh, will release his new ep “The Foreigner” on Indie Vision Music April 26th 2019. Orion Walsh has been an active member of the music community for nearly two decades now, first recording in the and Three for Flinching, then with Slow Coming Day, while also racking up a hefty amount of truly wonderful “solo” releases. Orion has toured the U.S. and Europe many times over in the past 10 years and continues to make make his mark on music and culture at large.… Continued →

February 16, 2019

Slow Coming Day "1000 Years (Like a Day)" Now Available Digitally via Indie Vision Music

I’m beyond thrilled to announce the release of the new Slow Coming Day album “1000 Years (Like a Day)” which is available worldwide via all Digital Networks and streaming sites. Please consider purchasing a copy and if you stream on Spotify, add it to your playlists. Help us spread the word about this amazing new album. You can also buy on Bandcamp here or on CD from IVM here. I hope to have CDs by first week of March, I am just waiting on a few more orders in the store to cover costs of manufacturing these.… Continued →

January 19, 2019

Slow Coming Day to Release "1000 Years (Like A Day) via Indie Vision Music

Turn off the TV, close your internet browsers, and put on the headphones, it’s time for a trip back in time. The critically underrated indie-emo-rock or whatever you would like to call them band, have decided to come out of retirement and write new songs. These 9 new songs will be arranged in an album titled “1000 Years (Like A Day)” which will be released via Indie Vision Music in February. It’ll be available in Digital format and on CD.… Continued →

January 23, 2018

December 21, 2017

Slow Coming Day - Watching It Fall Apart (Acoustic Music Video)

Check out this really cool music video of Orion and Brandon performing acoustically the Slow Coming Day track “Watching It Fall Apart” in Hollywood, CA. Video is below. You can find the indie Slow Coming Day release “A Part of Me Died” (2002) right here for free download or their full length “Farewell to the Familiar” (2003) available on all digital networks.… Continued →

July 14, 2017

February 18, 2017

Orion Walsh Europe Tour and New Album, "7"

Solo Americana/Folk artist, Orion Walsh, is currently on tour in Europe playing songs from his new full length “7” as well as all the classics from the past albums going back to 2008 “Tornado Lullabies”. Check out his bandcamp page here for the new album as well as all his past material. You can also download the rare 2002 ep “Part of Me Died” from his last band, Slow Coming Day, at this link here.… Continued →

January 21, 2017

Orion Walsh - 7

REVIEW : 7 - Orion Walsh

Just what should you expect from an album whose first track is titled Planes, Trains, and Automobiles? Though 7 is Orion Walsh’s seventh album, it’s my first listen to any of his work. Naturally, the first exposure to any artist comes with baggage. I can’t say I’ve ever met someone named Orion, but it’s definitely a masculine name and inherently reminds me of mythology first and astronomy second. The album art is a desaturated photo with a strong depth of field, with a central figure who we might assume to be Walsh himself.… Continued →

January 7, 2017

December 26, 2016

Orion Walsh to Release New Album "7" on January 7th 2017

Former Slow Coming Day singer/guitarist Orion Walsh will release his brand new full length titled simply, “7”, on January 7th 2017. You can pre-order the album on bandcamp right here for $7.00. Any money earned through his bandcamp will help him on his upcoming solo tour through the U.S. and Europe. Purchase now and get 3 songs instantly through download and stream through the bandcamp app. This album is the first proper follow up to “Love Isn’t What You Would Expect” which released in 2015.… Continued →

November 2, 2016

January 24, 2014

October 30, 2013

Orion Walsh - Struggle to Recover (Three for Flinching 'Cover')

Orion Walsh has covered an old song by his former band and a “local” band for me called Three for Flinching. Eddie Spangler the lead singer of Three for Flinching, passed away a few years ago and Orion recorded this song as tribute. I knew Eddie and spoke with him several times years ago when I was putting I’m Your Biggest Fan Vol. 2 together (which Three for Flinching was on) and booking shows around So.… Continued →

August 19, 2013