Sharp-edged enchantment that’s assured as it swirls, “Rosebank” is the spell-casting new single from Nashville’s Sara Bug. Out care of EggHunt Records, you can find streaming and download links for this right here. Her debut LP meanwhile is set to arrive in the Spring.
“Mouthful of Blood” — the sugary, spiked brand-new single from the legendary Juliana Hatfield — roils like a crisp, pre-dawn dream as it sparks with presence. It’s taken from Blood, the album she releases through American Laundromat on May 14th. You can pre-order assorted cassette, CD, vinyl and digital versions of it from them now.
Alive with texture and surging with electricity, “Cat On My Tongue” is the propulsive new single from Hamburg, Germany’s Sophia Kennedy. The track is taken from her forthcoming LP Monsters, released on May 7th by City Slang. You can pre-order colored-vinyl, standard-vinyl, CD and digital editions of it either from them or from Bandcamp today.
This Spring — and won’t it be wonderful when it arrives — Chicago’s Natalie Bergman releases her new LP Mercy, and you can hear its artfully-spare and optimistic “Talk To The Lord” above. Out on May 7th, you can pre-order CD and digital versions of the album from Third Man Records, while you can download this track from her Bandcamp page now.
Sumptuous in a space-aged pad, “Cherry” is the deeply-grooved, brand-new single from Brooklyn’s Anna Fox Rochinski, also a member of the band Quilt. This is the title track of the debut solo-LP she releases on March 26th, and you can pre-order red-vinyl, digital and CD versions of it either from Don Giovanni Records or Bandcamp now.
Urgent and aching, the soaring new single arrives with a powerful new video directed by Kimberly Stuckwisch. Margo Price’s That’s How Rumors Get Started LP is available on deluxe-vinyl, standard-vinyl, CD and digital editions along with more of her music from her Bandcamp page. If you are having problems with your mental health or with substance abuse, you can contact SAMHSA at 1-800-662-4357 or The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255.