Polished and potent, “Processing Power” is a supercharged anthem and the authoritative new single from Brooklyn’s Aubrey Haddard. You can find a bounty of streaming links for this right here, while her Awake and Talking LP will be released on August 19th courtesy of Beverly Martel Records. Via TLOBF.
Bristol, England’s Jemima Coulter has in the past worked with Squirrel Flower, S Carey and Novo Amor, and “Dancing With Lara” is their silvery, free-spirited and affecting new solo single. The track is taken from their debut LP Grace After A Party, which is due out through Hand In Hive on July 29th. You can find ordering links to vinyl versions of that here, and it’s available from Bandcamp, too.
Haloed by chiming, well-chosen guitar sounds as they levitate on a twinned, nostalgic melody, “Louis” and “Louis Pt. 2” are angelic, affecting and taken from Dreamtina, the new album from Brooklyn’s Charlotte Rose Benjamin. You can find streaming links for the LP here, while pink-vinyl editions are available from her webstore.
Hiding In Place is the name of the next EP from Philadelphia’s absolutely wonderful Queen of Jeans, and today they’ve shared its swooping, tuneful and powerful title track. Out from June 3rd digitally, peach- and violet-vinyl editions will follow on June 27th. You can order yours either from Bandcamp or Memory Music right now.
“Big Time” is the classy, gently-swaying title track to the forthcoming LP from Angel Olsen, and with it arrives an unearthly, surreally-choreographed new video directed by Kimberly Stuckwisch. The album is out from June 3rd, and you can order clear-green-vinyl, CD or cassette versions of it from her webstore or from Secretly today.
Its sympathetic light catching each crystalline corner, “Talk Over Town” projects an urbane, inviting glow. It’s the glimmering brand-new single from Bristol, England’s Katy J Pearson, and it’s taken from her just-announced new LP Sound of the Morning. Out through the courtesy of the always-excellent Heavenly on July 8th, you can pre-order special-edition-vinyl, CD and digital editions of it either from their Emporium or from Bandcamp now.
Its nostalgia promising, its starscapes violet swirls and its trajectories drawn in firm-handed arcs, “Open The Door” is the luminous lead track to Swim In The Blue, the brand-new EP from Hamburg, Germany’s Kraków Loves Adana. You can download a digital version of the three-track release from Bandcamp now.
Stormy as it sizzles, “Devil I Know” is the heady, hypnotic newest single from Hammersmith-born model, actress and musician Suki Waterhouse. Her debut album I Can’t Let Go is released by Sub Pop on April 22nd, and you can order metallic-gold-vinyl, CD and digital editions of it from both their MegaMart and from Bandcamp today.