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Iraina Mancini: “Undo the Blue (Français)”

London’s chic and promising Iraina Mancini has re-imagined her arresting “Undo the Blue” single in French, illuminating it in Gallic musical history and Continental elegance. You can find streaming links and all manner of information about her by following this link, and she has plenty on Bandcamp, too.

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Leah Weller: “Freedom”

Soulful and serene, luxurious and alive, “Freedom” is the sumptuous and symphonic brand-new single from London, England’s Leah Weller. Do yourself a favor and stream it here. Meanwhile, she’ll release an album of the same name on October 21st, and you can order standard-vinyl and CD editions of it at her webstore, while a signed-yellow-and-black-vinyl version is available from Blood Records.

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Angèle: “Amour, Haine & Danger”

Accompanied by an observant, delightfully-dystopian new video, “Amour, Haine & Danger” is the sizzling and seductive brand-new single from Brussels-born musician, producer and actress Angèle. Streaming links for it are right here, and you can find her previous recordings and her current merch collection on her website.

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Jean Marie: “Apple Pipe”

Pastoral at sharp, unexpected and quixotic angles, “Apple Pipe” is a sweet, perennial, organic daydream and taken from Lighthouse, the newest LP from L.A.’s Jean Marie. You can find the digital version of the album and so much more of her wonderful music by visiting her Bandcamp page now.

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Mazey Haze: “The Weight of the Weekend”

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Mazey Haze is the solo-musical project of Amsterdam-based musician and producer Nadine Appeldoorn, and “The Weight of the Weekend” is her diaphanous, cirrus-patterned brand-new single. You can find sundry streaming and Bandcamp links for this one here, and her next and second EP is due within the next couple of months.

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Kleo: “Beautiful Life”

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Swimmy synth lines ebb to flow as romance flowers on “Beautiful Life”, the florid, emotive new single from Copenhagen, Denmark’s Kleo. It’s out right now through the courtesy of Tambourhinoceros, and you can find streaming links here with Bandcamp an option, too.

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Almond Joy: “Oh Henry!”

Intelligence, charm and melody collide and burst into gorgeous bloom on “Oh Henry!”, the endearing, invigorating new single from San Francisco’s Almond Joy. This is the title track to the EP the band release on October 28th through Perennial Death and K Records. You can order the 7″-vinyl version of it from K’s webstore or from Bandcamp today.

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Divorce: “Checking Out”

Quick-witted yet personable, smart and cutting, “Checking Out” is the searing, confident and golden-toned brand-new single from Nottingham, England’s Divorce. You can find streaming links for the track — out courtesy of Hand In Hive — right here. Finally, their Get Mean EP is out from December 2nd, with vinyl editions following sometime in the Spring.

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Pearla: “About Hunger, About Love”

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Pearla is the solo-musical project of Brooklyn’s Nicole Rodriguez, and “About Hunger, About Love” is her forthright, poetic and lyrically-generous brand-new single. Her debut album Oh Glistening Onion, The Nighttime Is Coming is out courtesy of Richmond, Virginia’s Spacebomb on February 10th, and you can pre-order gold-vinyl editions of that either from them or from Bandcamp right now.

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Men I Trust: “Billie Toppy”

Montréal, Québec’s ever-charming Men I Trust have just and magnanimously shared “Billie Toppy”, their lean, fluid and gently-driving newest single. It’s out now on your favorite streaming service, and it and so much more of their music is on their Bandcamp page, too.