Let’s be real here – we do not and never have made any money from our YouTube channel (nor did we ever expect to). CD Baby have always handled our YouTube monetization, such that it is (and we are literally talking pennies here).
As 2017 approaches like a runaway sleigh, we are waxing retrospective and taking a nostalgic romp back through 2016 via the glory of Google. Using a custom image search, we are sharing the first results for each month of the past year.
Here we are then – presenting (possibly) the most un-Valentine’s Day blog post you could possibly imagine. No hearts, no cherubic Cupids, no sappy sentiments, no apologies; we are to Valentine’s Day what Scrooge is to Christmas.
It has been over a year since Braver than Fiction played their last gig and although the band have not been completely idle during that time, their rumoured return to the live circuit is eagerly anticipated. The questions that are being asked include: “Has the line-up changed?” and “Will there be new songs?”
Once upon a time, Braver than Fiction had an idea for a Jekyll and Hyde themed ‘Transformation’ T-shirt so our intrepid keyboard player (and secret fashionista) Jason took the plunge and had one made; there were a lot of “oohs” and “aahs” and the intention was to have armfuls of them produced but, for that time, it remained the only one…
Recently, one of our followers raised the battle cry: “Let’s get this shit trending. I’m all over it!” What, you may ask, caused this outburst? A realisation of just how many Spotify plays it takes your average, indie musician to earn enough to buy even the flimsiest of plastic plectrums, that is what!
As you may know, Mel recently took a bit of a tumble that put her out of action for a spell and unfortunately it is now apparent that this was due to more than a bout of her usual lovable, clumsiness.Continue reading →
Braver than Fiction have been using the ReverbNation platform since the band was put together in the summer of 2013 and, whilst we have found some of the free features extremely useful, we do not think that the Premium (paid) features are cost-efficient as far as our needs and expectations are concerned so, we have come to a decision…