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Still Corners: “Heavy Days”

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London’s Still Corners have just unveiled their new single “Heavy Days” — a sleekly-moving and multi-textured beam of nostalgia and optimism. Out on Wrecking Light Records, you can find assorted streaming and download links for it right here, and it’s also on their Bandcamp page.

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Marissa Nadler: “If I Could Breathe Underwater”

“If I Could Breathe Underwater” is gossamer in diffuse golden light and the rippling, romantic latest single from Marissa Nadler. You’ll find it on her The Path of the Clouds LP, which is released on October 29th. A variety of pre-ordering options are available at this link, and it’s over at Bandcamp, too.

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Emma Ruth Rundle: “Return”

An elusive sonata that swirls in heavy mists, “Return” is an elliptical drama and taken from Engine of Hell, the next LP from L.A.’s Emma Ruth Rundle. Out courtesy of Sargent House from November 5th, you can pre-order splatter-vinyl, opaque-silver-vinyl, black-vinyl and bundled editions of it from her webstore, and the digital version is on Bandcamp.

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Tasha: “Perfect Wife”

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Organic open-hearted, “Perfect Wife” is a gull on the breeze and the warm brand-new single from Chicago-based poet and musician Tasha. On November 5th she releases the digital version of her Tell Me What You Miss The Most LP through Father/Daughter Records, with physical formats following on December 3rd. You can find pre-ordering information for all of this on Bandcamp.

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Gal Musette: “Julia”

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An arresting West-Coast chanson, “Julia” is a romance edged in mystery and the sumptuous new single from Californian musician Grace Freeman, a.k.a. Gal Musette. You can find streaming and download links for this right here, while her debut LP Backwards Lullaby arrives on October 1st.

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Casper Skulls: “Thesis”

A literate reflection, “Thesis” is the pensive, picturesque new single from Toronto’s Melanie St-Pierre and her band Casper Skulls. It’s taken from their forthcoming LP Knows No Kindness, which is out on November 12th. You can pre-order bone-vinyl, coke-bottle-clear-vinyl and CD versions of it now from Bandcamp.

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Lindsay Munroe: “Hornets”

Its uneasy tensions whetted in a gale, “Hornets” is the sharp and stormy newest single from Manchester’s Lindsay Munroe. You can find streaming links for it right here, and she plans to release an EP, her second, later in the year as well.

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Soviet Girls: “Fake Flowers”

Bathed in the straw-colored light of chorus effects and animated by honest storytelling, “Fake Flowers” is the vivid, visceral new brand-new single from Detroit, Michigan’s Soviet Girls. Their self-titled debut album is due out on September 3rd, and you can find more of their music on Bandcamp.

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Liz Lawrence: “Drive”

Arriving with a stylishly-enigmatic new video from Rebecca Nicholson, “Drive” is the propulsive, brightly-sung new single from West Midlands-based musician Liz Lawrence. It’s taken from her forthcoming EP The Avalanche, one released on September 17th. You can pre-order vinyl, bundled and digital editions of it both from her webstore and from Bandcamp today.

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Little Hag: “Piss”

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Its truths put bluntly, its production lavish in a glorious chaos and its intelligence sly and spiky, “Piss” is a dream. It’s the huge latest single from Asbury Park, New Jersey’s Avery Mandeville, a.k.a. Little Hag, and it’s taken from her forthcoming Leash LP. Out from September 24th courtesy of legends Bar/None Records, you can order vinyl and digital editions of it from Bandcamp today.