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Stella Donnelly: “Flood”

“Flood” is the musically easygoing, lyrically resonating title track to the forthcoming album from wonderful Western Australian musician Stella Donnelly. Streaming links for it are here, and you can pre-order opaque-red-vinyl, black-vinyl, red-cassette and CD editions of the LP from Secretly Canadian ahead of its August 26th release.

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Karly Driftwood: “Yet”

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A relatable, direct and rough-and-tumble triumph, “Yet” is the sharp, soaring and encouraging brand-new single from Nashville’s Karly Driftwood. You can find links to this as well as more information about her here, and you can find her Too Mean To Die LP on her website.

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Juno Francis: “Labyrinth”

Its heady revelations sizzling, seductive and sweetly sung, “Labyrinth” is the smoldering, synth-draped brand-new single from Swedish, Berlin-based Juno Francis. Out through the courtesy of the continually-excellent Italians Do It Better, you can download this jewel from them right now.

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Blumi: “Dresden”

Metrical, poetic and captured with clarity, “Dresden” is the filmic, literate new single from English, Paris-based musician Emma Broughton, a.k.a. Blumi. You’ll find streaming links and more information about her here, it’s on Bandcamp, and her next and second EP arrives in November. Via Les inRocks.

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Louien: “No”

“No” is deceptively barbed, sunset-blushed Scandiana and the cosmopolitan brand-new single from Nesodden, Norway’s Live Miranda Solberg, b.k.a. Louien. Streaming links for it are right here. Meanwhile her No Tomorrow / Figure Me Out release is out from September 16th, and you can order white vinyl, test pressings and digital copies from Bandcamp, while her label Jansen Records has it, too.

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Marisa Anderson: “Waking”

This Fall Portland, Oregon-based guitarist Marisa Anderson releases her Still, Here LP, and this is its conversational and consoling “Waking”. Out from September 23rd courtesy of Thrill Jockey, you can pre-order sea-glass-vinyl, CD and digital versions of that either from their webstore or from Bandcamp now.

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Marina Allen: “Superreality”

Poised, conversational, plush and personal, “Superreality” is the bountifully-blooming, Bacharach-esque new single from L.A.’s Marina Allen. Centrifics, her debut full-length, will be released by Fire Records on September 16th, and you can pre-order vinyl and CD versions of that either from them or from Bandcamp today. Via Brooklyn Vegan.

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Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith: “Is it Me or is it You?”

Consistently innovative musician and producer Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith has both announced the release of her new album Let’s Turn It Into Sound and revealed its protean, densely-packed and crisp “Is it Me or is it You?”. Out from August 25th on Ghostly International, you can pre-order neon-yellow-vinyl, black-vinyl, CD and various digital versions of it from them now, and it’s on Bandcamp, too.

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pinkpirate: “Do You Want It All?”

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“Do You Want It All?” is sleek, solemn modernism and the glassy, affecting and melancholy new single from Bognor Regis, England’s Caitlin Brown, a.k.a. pinkpirate. Streaming options for this one are right here, and you can find digital and physical versions of their previous releases at this link.

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Lena Hessels: “Fast Lights”

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Tightly wound and tantalizing under starlight, “Fast Lights” is the agile and alluring new single from Dutch musician Lena Hessels. You can find streaming links for this and more of her music here. Finally, her next and second EP then when will it is to be released on July 13th, with a third following soon.