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Angela Perley: “Here for You”

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Its gritty confessions polished by a love for detail and a open-hearted nostalgia, “Here For You” is the glowing, personable and electric brand-new single from Columbus, Ohio’s Angela Perley. You can find assorted streaming and download links for this one right here, and it’s on Bandcamp, too.

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Adia Victoria: “You Was Born To Die”

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Blues amplified and made by hand with purpose, “You Was Born To Die” is a scorching celebration of the past, present and a hopeful future. Featuring Kyshona, Margo Price and Jason Isbell, the re-envisioned Blind Willie McTell song appears on A Southern Gothic, the new album from Adia Victoria. Out from September 24th, you can pre-order it from her webstore, while streaming and download links for this track can be found here.

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Riddy Arman: “Spirits, Angels, Or Lies”

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Harrowing and honest, “Spirits, Angels, Or Lies” rushes with a vital, ancient and humane understanding. It’s the lyrical lead track from Riddy Arman’s self-titled debut LP, one she releases through La Honda Records on September 10th. You can order a pink-vinyl version of it from Vinyl Cup and the CD from her webstore. Via Brooklyn Vegan.

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Kacey Musgraves: “justified”

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Melancholia edited with a light, well-manicured hand, “justified” marks a polished first glimpse at star-crossed, the much-anticipated next album from Kacey Musgraves. Out from September 10th, you can pre-order all manner of cassette, vinyl and CD bundles and editions of it now from her webstore.

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Misty River: “Promises”

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Misty River is the musical project of Irish-born musician Carmen Phelan, and “Promises” is her gently-gritty, panoramic and classy newest single. This is the title track to her debut album — one she releases on October 1st — and you can find assorted streaming links for it right here.

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Lydia Loveless: “You’re Leaving Me”

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After-hours heartbreak shimmering in a just-drained, perspiring Collins glass, “You’re Leaving Me” is the smokey, smoldering brand-new single from Columbus, Ohio’s Lydia Loveless. Out today, you can download her You’re Leaving Me b/w Let’s Make Out single from Bandcamp right now.

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Alexa Rose: “Big Sky”

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Winning and winsome, “Big Sky” is the plain-spoken, uplifting latest single from Western Virginia’s Alexa Rose. Headwaters, her next and second LP, will be out on September 17th, and you can pre-order “clearwater”-vinyl, black-vinyl and CD versions of it from Big Legal Mess Records now.

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Mercy Bell: “Big Sky Wide Open”

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Wide angled vintage-vibed longing, “Big Sky Wide Open” is honed, honeyed and taken from Golden Child, the just-released new EP from Nashville’s Mercy Bell. You can download the seven-track release from Bandcamp now.

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Jackson+Sellers: “The Devil Is An Angel”

Jackson+Sellers is a brand-new musical partnership between longtime-TAR-favorite Jade Jackson and Nashville’s Aubrie Sellers, and “The Devil Is An Angel” is their high-octane, subtly-smart and searing new single. Their full-length debut Breaking Point will be released by Anti- on October 22nd.

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MARNEY: “Good Man”

Directed by Adam Argyle with panoramic panache, the picturesque brand-new video highlights the song’s compassionate complexities with a wide-angled, Western mystique. MARNEY’S “Good Man” remains a humanely-touching tribute to lost love, and you can stream it now.