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Samia: “As You Are”

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Pointed melancholia, “As You Are” is the focused, fluid latest single from New York City’s Samia. This Friday, July 23rd, she releases her Scout EP on Grand Jury Music, and you can order translucent-vinyl, black-vinyl and digital editions of it both from her webstore and from Bandcamp today.

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Connie Constance: “Prim & Propa”

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Chaos elegantly contained, “Prim & Propa” is a chromatic release of melody and youth and the energizing new single from Watford, England’s Connie Constance. It’s a joy, and you can find streaming links for it right here.

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Abby Huston: “Apartment”

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“Apartment” — a whispered wisp — is the intimate and immediately-inviting new single from Richmond, Virginia’s Abby Huston. Out on their hometown’s Egghunt Records, you can find assorted streaming and download links for this right here.

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Lindsay Munroe: “Weekend Love”

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Perhaps yours didn’t end the way you wished it to, but this hard-driving, harmony-laden and heavenly new track will have you looking forward to the next one with anticipation. “Weekend Love” is the scintillating, just-released new single from Manchester’s Lindsay Munroe, and you can stream it on Apple Music and Soundcloud now.

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Allison Lorenzen: “Tender”

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Denver’s Allison Lorenzen releases her debut LP in November, and today you can fall under the spell of its mysterious title track “Tender” — a molten, pulsing march. You can download it now from Bandcamp, where you can also pre-order vinyl, CD and bundled editions of the full length.

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Pom Pom Squad: “Drunk Voicemail”

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Death of a Cheerleader is the name of the just-released LP from Mia Berrin’s Pom Pom Squad, and its “Drunk Voicemail” is a big, bracing blast of comforting alternative melody and healing honesty. You can buy red-vinyl, black-vinyl, CD, digital and bundled versions of the album now from her Bandcamp page.

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Kate Nash: “Misery”

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A colorful chaos disguises with an easy wit touching emotional depths on “Misery”, the sweet and disarmingly-affectionate brand-new single from London’s Kate Nash. Just released, you can find assorted streaming and download links for this right here.

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TORRES: “Don’t Go Puttin Wishes in My Head”

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A rush of melancholic adrenaline, honesty and melody, “Don’t Go Puttin Wishes in My Head” is the high-arcing and huge-hearted new single from New York City’s TORRES. The track is taken from her forthcoming LP Thirstier. Out from July 30th, you can pre-order red-in-translucent-yellow-vinyl, black-vinyl, and CD versions of it either from Merge Records or Bandcamp right now.

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Big Heaven: “Last Words”

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Assured as its creative currents arc, “Last Words” is a boundlessly-tuneful triumph and the fluorescent brand-new single from Fort Worth’s Amanda Hand and her band Big Heaven. Their two-track Last Words To My Lover release arrived today, and you can download that from Bandcamp.

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No Kill: “Better”

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No Kill is the solo-musical project of Brooklyn’s Jamie Cogar, and “Better” — enveloped in comforting distortion and compassionate melody — is her brand-new single. The track is taken from her forthcoming debut LP Gold Chorus, one released on June 25th. You can pre-order the digital version from Bandcamp now, and a vinyl edition will follow in August.