Relatable, tough, tuneful and anthemic, “Pepsi” is the smart and surging brand-new single from Mumbai-born, Brisbane-based musician Ash Lune. Streaming details for it, links to her previous releases and much more are at this link. Via The Line of Best Fit.
Ananya Birla: “Caught Up”
Modern and comforting, sleek yet sincere, “Caught Up” is the tastefully-understated, harmonious and lush new single from Mumbai’s Ananya Birla. Just released, you can find streaming and download links for it here.
Luisa Siorou: “Miss Me More”
A dusky, private longing, “Miss Me More” is a heartbroken ballad and the misty-eyed and meditative new single from German-born musician Luisa Siorou. Streaming links for this and more information about her can be found at this link.
Revenge Wife: “Fantasy Girl”
Revenge Wife — the solo-musical project of Manchester, New Hampshire’s Elizabeth Nistico — has unveiled “Fantasy Girl”, the latest glittering, symphonic and retro-futuristic chapter in her ongoing audio-visual tale. You’ll find it and more of her music at this link, and there is plenty on Bandcamp, too.
Melancholic glamour, “Lost in the Sunshine” is the clement, azure-painted latest single from HANA 花, the next and seventh LP from the wonderful Sophie Ellis-Bextor. The album is out on June 2nd. You can pre-order exclusive formats and bundles from her webstore, while a host of other options are at this link.
Hannah Rose Platt: “The Gentleman”
London, England’s Hannah Rose Platt has just generously shared her new album Deathbed Confessions, and here is its honey-sweet, carefully-considered and unearthly “The Gentleman”. Out on Xtra Mile Recordings, you can buy gold-vinyl and CD versions either from them or from Bandcamp, while streaming options are here.
Little Dragon: “Gold”
Radiating taste, resonant with soul and delicately dynamic, “Gold” is the luxurious new single from Gothenburg, Sweden’s Little Dragon. It’s the latest gem they’ve shared from their next album Slugs of Love — one they release through Ninja Tune on July 7th. You can pre-order blue-vinyl, splatter-vinyl and CD editions of it now from the label’s webstore or from Bandcamp. All manner of additional digital choices meanwhile are here.
Sea Lemon: “Cellar”
Cavernous and contoured, “Cellar” is the effects-saturated, grandly-conceived and beautiful new single from Seattle’s Natalie Lew and her band Sea Lemon. Out through the courtesy of Luminelle Recordings, you can find a bounty of streaming links for it here. Via Gorilla vs. Bear.
Queen Of Swords: “A Shame”
Aerin Fogel is an astrologer, spiritualist and musician from Toronto, and “A Shame” is the poignant, tidal opening track on Year 8, the forthcoming new LP from her Queen of Swords project. Out from June 9th, you can order cassette and digital versions of the album either from Bandcamp or Get Better Records.
ELO are the focus of the next tribute album from the legendary Juliana Hatfield, and she’s just shared her faithful, easygoing version of their visionary “Don’t Bring Me Down”. Juliana Hatfield Sings ELO will be released by American Laundromat Records on November 17th, and you can pre-order it on all manner of formats from their webstore.