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Eliza Shaddad: “Now You’re Alone”

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A dark, foreboding cloud line, “Now You’re Alone” is hard-driving, symphonic and taken from The Woman You Want, the forthcoming LP from London’s Eliza Shaddad. Out from July 16th, you can find pre-ordering information for it on her website, while streaming links for this track are all right here.

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Lula Wiles: “Oh My God”

A searing statement of intent, “Oh My God” is fueled by an organic urgency. It’s the heartfelt latest single from Boston’s Lula Wiles, and it’s taken from the Shame and Sedition LP they release on May 21st. Out through Smithsonian Folkways, you can order double-vinyl and CD editions of it either from them or from Bandcamp today.

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Libby DeCamp: “Last Stand”

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Poetic and pastoral, “Last Stand” is humane, literate and the affecting latest single from Detroit’s Libby DeCamp. All of the Bandcamp proceeds for the song will be donated to the Indigenous Environmental Network. Finally her debut album Westward and Faster will be released on May 21st.

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Skullcrusher: “Song for Nick Drake”

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A gentle, revivifying and elliptical ode, “Song for Nick Drake” is glorious and taken from Storm in Summer, the new EP from L.A.’s Helen Ballentine and her solo project Skullcrusher. You can buy the digital version of the five-track release now from Bandcamp.

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Rachel Sermanni: “Swallow Me”

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“Swallow Me” emits soft light and tranquil wisdom, and it’s the grounded, reassuring and radiant brand-new single from Scottish musician Rachel Sermanni. You can find sundry streaming and download links for it right here, and she has a new EP on the way as well.

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Madi Diaz: “New Person, Old Place”

Truthful as the golden rays of reassurance and resolution radiate, “New Person, Old Place” is the poetically-honest brand-new single from Madi Diaz. Out care of Anti-, you can find streaming links for it right here, and it’s available from Bandcamp as well.

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Anna Cordell: “Turn”

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The video was directed with a spectacular solemnity by Natalie van den Dungen, the song a compassionate wraith lost in thought. “Turn” is a wisped contemplation and taken from Nobody Knows Us, the most-recent LP from Melbourne’s Anna Cordell. You can buy vinyl, CD and digital versions of it from Bandcamp now.

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Marina Allen: “Oh, Louise”

Candlepower is the title of the forthcoming, debut LP from L.A.’s Marina Allen, upon which you’ll find the Laurel Canyon-inspired and burnished “Oh, Louise”. Out from June 4th, you can pre-order CD and vinyl versions of the album right now from Fire Records. Via Brooklyn Vegan.

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Samantha Crain: “Bloomsday”

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“Bloomsday” is the richly-detailed and resonant lead track on I Guess We Live Here Now, the forthcoming EP from Oklahoma-born, Choctaw musician, producer and poet Samantha Crain. Out from April 9th, you can pre-order magenta-10″-vinyl and digital versions of it now from Bandcamp.

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The Staves: “Failure”

Watford, England’s The Staves have just released their long-awaited Good Woman LP, and they’ve also unveiled a candid new video for its weighty, windswept anthem “Failure”. You can buy standard-vinyl, transparent-vinyl and bundled editions of the album right now from their webstore.