Vaulted and vital, “Boundary” is a riveting, quietly-ornate and beautiful track taken from Choosing, the brand-new, excellent album from London’s Sophie Jamieson. It’s out on Bella Union, digital links for it are here, vinyl and CD versions are at the label’s webstore, and it’s on Bandcamp, too.
With a wink of retro-chic and a surge of smart modernism, Lille’s Juliette Armanet has unveiled a high-energy new video for her joyously-melodic “Flamme”. She’s just released her Brûler le Feu 2 — a new edition of her most-recent album with bonus material — and you can find streaming links for it here, while CD and sumptuous vinyl versions can be found at her webstore.
On December 10th London’s Teeth Machine release their Gumball b/w Penny 7″, and its “Penny” is delicately-dynamic, timelessly written and aglow with an independent sophistication. Limited-edition vinyl versions of the single are available from Bandcamp, streaming options are at this link and you can learn more about the band here.
Zaho de Sagazan is an award-winning musician and composer originally from Saint-Nazaire who now lives in Nantes, and “Les dormantes” is her New Wave cinema-influenced, spooky and cinematic new single. You’ll find streaming links for it here, and more information about her at this link. Via Les inRocks.
Hank is the mystery-shrouded solo-musical project of Brooklyn-based songwriter and guitarist Sara L’Abriola, and above you can hear its, melodious, orchestral and directly spoken “One True Dear”. The track appears on their just-released Call Me Hank EP, and you can find an assortment of streaming links for that right here.