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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.

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mui zyu: “pour a brain”

A heavenly haze, “pour a brain” is the wondrously-constructed, sedately-soaring debut single from London-based musician mui zyu. Out courtesy of Father/Daughter Records, you can find streaming links for it here, and it’s available from Bandcamp, too.

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Anika: “Finger Pies”

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Berlin’s talented and boundary-pushing political journalist and musician Anika has just unveiled “Finger Pies”, her ageless, ice-blue and exquisite brand-new single. You can find all the links you’ll need to hear it right here, and you can find more of her music on Bandcamp, too.

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Penfriend: “Seventeen”

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Cavernous as its darkly-elliptical tale unfolds, “Seventeen” careens with compassion. It’s the huge brand-new single from Bristol’s Laura Kidd and her Penfriend project, and you can download it now from Bandcamp. Meanwhile her new LP Exotic Monsters will be released on May 21st, and you can order a wide assortment of vinyl and CD editions of it now from her webstore.

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Squirrel Flower: “Hurt A Fly”

A live wire exposed and showering sparks, “Hurt A Fly” is the ochre-toned brand-new single from Boston’s Squirrel Flower. The track is taken from Planet (i), her next and second LP, one released by Polyvinyl Record Co. on June 25th. You can pre-order colored-vinyl, cassette, CD, bundled and digital versions of it from Bandcamp now.

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MARNEY: “California”

Melancholic, symbolic, surreal and lovingly focused in a single, edgy-but-elegant shot, the riveting brand-new video was directed with poise by Adam Argyle and the artist herself. “California” is the stirring new single from London, England’s MARNEY, and you can stream it now on Apple Music.

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MARNEY: “California”

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Forward-looking, poetic noir, “California” is a striking panorama on celluloid dappled with detail in desert hues. It’s the windswept and wide-angled brand-new single from London, England’s MARNEY, and you can find a variety of streaming and download links for this jewel right here.

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Meg Myers: “Any Way You Wanna Love”

Accompanied by an empowering and communal new video, “Any Way You Wanna Love” is the energetic and anthemic new single from Meg Myers. Her two-EP project Thank U 4 Taking Me 2 the Disco + I’d Like 2 Go Home Now is available from Sumerian Records, with vinyl versions of the set shipping later this month.