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Requin Chagrin: “Déjà vu”

A polished, Continental reverie, “Déjà-Vu” is a spititous swirl and the sophisticated newest single from Parisian Marion Brunetto, a.k.a. Requin Chagrin. Out care of KMS Disques, you can find streaming links for it here, while her Bye Bye Baby album will follow in April. Via Les inRocks.

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Frøkedal & Familien: “SØN”

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“SØN” is the plush and propulsive brand-new single from Oslo, Norway’s Anne Lise Frøkedal and her expanded Frøkedal & Familien project. You can find streaming and download links for this one right here. Meanwhile her new album Flora will be released on May 14th, and it will include a lyric book illustrated by the legendary Robyn Hitchcock. You can pre-order vinyl and CD versions of that from Bandcamp now.

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Ashley Monroe: “Drive”

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Lithe and Lana-esque, “Drive” is the laudanum-bathed and languid new single from Nashville’s Ashley Monroe. Her just announced LP Rosegold will be released on April 30th, and you can pre-order vinyl, CD and bundled editions of it from her webstore now.

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Lael Neale: “Acquainted with Night”

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“Acquainted with Night” is the starlight-dappled title track to Lael Neale’s just-released LP, and today she’s shared its analog-inspired and spooky new video. Out on Sub Pop, you can buy CD, cassette and digital editions of it now from their MegaMart, while vinyl versions will follow in March.

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Dawn Richard: “Bussifame”

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New Orleans, Louisiana’s Dawn Richard has announced the release of her new album Second Line, and “Bussifame”, its latest single, is a modernist homage that bursts with sleek style and soul-stirring imagination. Out from April 30th, you can pre-order white-vinyl, black-vinyl, CD and digital editions of it both from Merge Records and Bandcamp right now.

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Josephine Sillars: “California”

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Originally from the Scottish Highlands, Leeds-based Josephine Sillars has just today revealed her new single “California” — a shimmer with depth and a poetic protest. You can find links to this track, all of her previous releases and the various anti-racism initiatives she supports by following this link.

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Holly Macve: “Daddy’s Gone”

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Panoramic and soaked in longing and bourbon, “Daddy’s Gone” is the glamorous, affecting latest single from London’s Holly Macve. You can find streaming links for this right here, while her Not the Girl LP will be released by Bella Union on May 14th.

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Lindsay Reamer: “Lucky”

Next week Philadelphia-based musician and producer Lindsay Reamer releases Lucky, her debut EP, and here is its title track — a reflective, calming sonic blanket. Out on February 26th courtesy of Dear Life Records, you can order cassette and digital versions of it from her Bandcamp page.

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Johanna Samuels: “Nature’s Way”

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Loose and free-spirited, “Nature’s Way” is the charming and personable brand-new single from L.A.’s Johanna Samuels. The track is taken from Excelsior!, the LP she releases through Mama Bird Recording Co. on May 14th. You can pre-order red-wine-smooch-vinyl, black-vinyl and CD versions of it from Bandcamp now.

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Ex:Re with 12 Ensemble: “Where the Time Went”

Ex:Re is the solo project of Daughter’s Elena Tonra, and she’s collaborated with composer Josephine Stephenson’s 12 Ensemble for Ex:Re with 12 Ensemble, their new LP. The album re-imagines Ms. Tonra’s debut, and here is its moving, melancholic “Where the Time Went”. The whole thing is out on February 19th, and you can find pre-saving and pre-ordering information for it here.