Together Bakersfield, California’s Jenny and Joseph Andreotti are Fawns of Love, and they’ve just shared a magically-edited, dreamlike new video for their scintillant single “Waiting for Dali’s Car” — one featuring a cascade of images from the master himself. Out on Kingfisher Bluez and Sunday Records, you can buy seafoam-vinyl, CD and digital versions of their Innocence of Protection LP from Bandcamp today.
Constructed with thoughtful grace around loose rhythms and a fluid vision, “Emptiness Follows” is the cool, coherently-ordered brand-new single from Dublin, Ireland’s Aoife Nessa Frances. The single is out now on Partisan, while a metallic-gold-cassette version of it follows on June 17th. You can order that from Bandcamp now.
A gauzy, analog-hued and freeing take on the impeccable original, Montréal’s No Joy has joined considerable creative forces with Grand Rapids, Michigan’s marsfade for an oceanic new version of All Saints’ “Pure Shores”. You can buy it now from Bandcamp, while additional digital links for it can be found here.
A blazing jolt of dream-pop melody, “Quiet” — the agile brand-new single from Fort Worth’s Big Heaven — speeds with joyous control on luminescent synth sounds, nostalgia, a touch of tension and the rush of release. Out today, you can find an assortment of streaming and download links for their Quiet / Just Like Heaven single right here.
Mooching is the title for the next and second EP from Glasgow’s Lizzie Reid, from which you can hear the meditative, subtly-Mancini-esque and touching “How Do I Show My Love?” above. The EP arrives on July 27th care of sevenfoursevensix, but right now you can find links to her music, tour dates and more here.
Today Norwegian, Manchester-based musician Rebekka Anstem released her five-song Concrete After Rain EP, one that concludes in quiet drama with the leafy, luxuriant and very lovely “Tremble”. You can find download links for it and much more information by following this link, and it’s on Bandcamp as well.
An after-hours aria, “Thread” glows as end-credits roll and tears are dabbed. It’s the clarion-clear and classic-sounding brand-new single from Bristol, England’s Clara Mann, and you can find links for it as well as additional information about her using this link. Her previous releases meanwhile can be found on Bandcamp.