THE WALKING DEAD: SEASON FIVE SPOILERS 0 328

The Walking Dead only finished a month ago but producers at its network AMC are not going to let you forget about it that quickly. The most recent season had been criticised as being slow paced, boring and even accused of losing its touch with viewers compared to previous seasons.

However, AMC are are already armed with reasons why you should tune in when the show returns.

Scott Gimple has been tight lipped about the next season but huge hints such as Carl, played by Chandler Riggs, stating he hasn’t seen any scripts yet that hint at his character meaning a gruesome end.

Also Gimple is not one for dancing around the subject when it comes to killing off favourite characters, and had this to say during a recent interview:

Well, that isn’t this show. I mean, it’s a bummer, but nobody’s too important to kill off. I’m not thrilled to say that, but it’s just the nature of this show. Anybody can die, anybody will die, and my goal is that it not just be for shock value and that it serve the story. People might last a good long time, or they might be taken tomorrow. And the speculation of all of it — I try not to pay too much attention to that, because it’s really important that we just serve our story. People are thinking that we’re killing too many people, that we’re not killing enough people. I’m just trying to tell the story’

So is this a hint that our beloved hero Daryl Dixon may die? Or that Michonne, whose back story viewers have only just come to learn about, may meet a grisly end? I guess we’ll have to see, but in the meantime, check out what Gimple had to say about season 5:

I guess I can say, from a vibe point of view, the first eight of Season 4 were one thing, the second eight were something very different. These next eight are going to be something very different again. Things are just going to have a much different tone and a much different practical reality moving forward. The season has a number of shifts of location, and even of the tone. But the tone for most of the season is very, very, very intense. [It’s] going to be very different from the last half-season, and I loved the last half season, but it was always planned out in my head that there would be these big shifts, and we’re about to have one of those big shifts’

It’s good to see that the show isn’t going to follow it’s weak last season. Gimple has also promised a darker, more intense season so I think it’s safe to get excited again.

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CEO FIELDS UNVEILS HIS BRAND NEW SINGLE “YOURS” 0 34

It’s amazing what an idea can do. After dropping out of college and moving to LA, following managing a big pet boutique for a while, CEO Fields had the idea to launch his own fitness company for dogs. With business going well, Fields went on to invest his profits wisely and made his first million in two years.

This rags to riches story was personified and showcased for all to see and hear on Fields’ debut single “25/8” , which highlighted just how far perseverance and dedication to what you do can get you and now, with his business established, his position in the music world set on a solid foundation and his following on the rise, he’s sharing his latest work in the form of new single “Yours”, which ThisIsTheLatest are delighted to premiere.

Asked about the new release, Fields says:

“Yours is my version of a love song for the Boss Woman out there that has my heart and all of my attention. After ’25/8′ I wanted to speak to the women so that they know I have something for them too. It’s a fun song, both empowering and raunchy.”

Give “Yours” a listen below and for more information on CEO Fields, give his page a like on Facebook or follow him on Twitter and Instagram.

HARRISON CALDEIRA PRESENTS HIS NEW SINGLE “MAN UP” 0 41

Music is a HUGE part of Harrison Caldeira’s life. After being diagnosed with MS back in 2011, a diagnosis that at one point left him without mobility in his hands and feet, he found a new determination to be a part of a world that had provided him with so much pleasure throughout his life. After re-learning to play the guitar and while constantly working on his general health and well-being, he wrote and recorded his rather acoustic sounding EP, The Equinox, which was released back in 2017. Since then, Caldeira has spent the past couple of years writing and recording, taking the time to hone his craft and experiment more with his electric guitar.

Following on from the release of his previous singles “Friends With Benefits” and “Silence”, he’s now unveiled his latest work, a track titled “Man Up” and ThisIsTheLatest are delighted to give the song its premiere.

Asked about the story and meaning behind the song, which fuses together soulful vocals with an electro-pop led sound, Caldeira says:

“Growing up, I was a really sensitive kid. I remember being told to “man up” when I tried to express myself. I love this song because it’s like an anthem to my younger self. Being that vulnerable person is who I truly am. So I wanted to turn that whole expression on its head to let people know that it’s cool to express yourself, and that being vulnerable is actually a strength.”

Give “Man Up” a listen below and for more information on Harrison Caldeira, visit his website, give his page a like on Facebook or follow him on Twitter.