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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.

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Zella Day: “Holocene” (feat. Weyes Blood)

Featuring a powerhouse pairing, “Holocene” is kissed by nostalgia and the winsome, winning new single from Zella Day. On it she’s joined by the dazzling Weyes Blood, who provides textured tones and quiet charisma. You can find assorted streaming and download links for this right here.

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Sophia Kennedy: “Cat On My Tongue”

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Alive with texture and surging with electricity, “Cat On My Tongue” is the propulsive new single from Hamburg, Germany’s Sophia Kennedy. The track is taken from her forthcoming LP Monsters, released on May 7th by City Slang. You can pre-order colored-vinyl, standard-vinyl, CD and digital editions of it either from them or from Bandcamp today.

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Middle Kids: “Questions”

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Nervous, nostalgic, tuneful and lush, “Questions” is the broadly-imagined brand-new single from Sydney’s excellent Middle Kids. On March 19th they release their Today We’re The Greatest LP, and you can pre-order vinyl, CD and digital versions of it both from Domino and from the band’s Bandcamp page now.

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Black Honey: “Believer”

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Arriving with a gloriously-saturated, Grindhouse-inspired new video directed by Sam Kinsella, “Believer” is the lush-yet-razor-wired new single from Black Honey. You can find all the links you need to hear it here. Written & Directed, their new LP, is released on March 19th, and you can pre-order various colored-vinyl, cassette, CD and bundled editions of it from their webstore now.

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Vagabon: “Reason to Believe” (feat. Courtney Barnett)

A Karen Dalton jewel re-envisioned sweetly by two wonderful artists offers a golden, world-weary compassion. A brief but needed respite, you can download the just-shared collaboration between Vagabon and Courtney Barnett right here.

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Moontype: “Ferry”

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A massive, melodic and sugary swell, “Ferry” is the genuine and gentle-hearted new single from Chicago’s Moontype. You can find it right now on their Bandcamp page, while the debut album from which it’s taken will be released next year.