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Ellie Turner: “One More Day”

Heartbroken yet resolute, translucent and heavy, “One More Day” is the vibrant, timeless new single from Dallas’ Ellie Turner. The track is taken from her debut LP When The Trouble’s All Done, which is released on March 24th. You can find streaming links for this song and pre-ordering and pre-saving information for the album on her LinkTree.

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Kassi Valazza: “Watching Planes Go By”

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Portland, Oregon’s Kassi Valazza has announced the release of her wonderfully- and wryly-titled next LP Kassi Valazza Knows Nothing, and from it you can now hear “Watching Planes Go By” — a prismatic gleam of 60s-Greenwich Village spirit and its expansive, psychedelic first single. Streaming links for this are right here. The album will be released by Fluff & Gravy on May 26th, and you can pre-order marbled-orange-vinyl, black-vinyl, CD and bundled editions of it now either from them or from Bandcamp.

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Snow Ghosts: “Buried”

An unearthly symphony, “Buried” is the darkly-timeless, cinematic latest track from The Fell — the forthcoming, fourth LP from Bath, England’s Snow Ghosts. Out from February 24th on Houndstooth, you can pre-order vinyl and digital editions of it either from their webstore or from Bandcamp now.

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Josienne Clarke: “The Tangled Tree”

Onliness (songs of solitude & singularity) is the poetic title of the next album from Scottish alternative-Folk legend Josienne Clarke, and “The Tangled Tree” is its live-wired, epic and ageless first single and lead track. Out from April 14th, you can pre-order smokey-marble-vinyl, black-vinyl and CD editions of it along with handwritten lyric sheets from Bandcamp. Additional download and pre-saving information meanwhile is here.

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Cat Clyde: “I Feel It”

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Thoughtfully saturated in vintage, Tin Pan Alley and analog tones, “I Feel It” is a focused, subtle drama and taken from Down Rounder, the forthcoming LP from London, Ontario’s Cat Clyde. Out on February 17th, you can pre-order vinyl and CD versions of it from her webstore, and it and so much more of her music is on Bandcamp as well.

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Hannah Law: “In The Wrong”

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Resonant in the caring arms of candor, “In The Wrong” is the richly-made, poignant new track from Amherst, Massachusetts’ Hannah Law. Just released, you can stream it now, while her Pleasure of the Eyes album is available from Bandcamp.

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Kierst: “Thud”

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A placidly-plucked and gossamer comfort, “Thud” is the subtly-dynamic, compassionate new single from Brooklyn’s Kierst. Her EP of the same name is out today courtesy of Sad Club Records. You can find streaming links for it as well as tickets to her release show at her home borough’s Baby’s All Right right here. Via The Line of Best Fit.

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Ora Cogan: “Dyed”

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A ceremonial swirl of ageless melody and spontaneous expression, “Dyed” is the elemental, intoxicating new single from Western Canadian artist and musician Ora Cogan. This is the opening and title track to her just-released EP, one you can download right now from Bandcamp.

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H. L. Grail: “Sandman”

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Contemplative and tense, pastoral with an edge, “Sandman” is the lush, thoughtfully-intricate new single from H.L. Grail — the new musical project from Goat Girl’s Holly Mullineaux. Just released, you can find sundry streaming options for this lovely song right here.

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Elizabeth M. Drummond: “Bullet”

Quietly redolent of Elliott Smith, heavy and understanding, “Bullet” is the emotionally-dense, melodically-spacious and deeply-moving new single from Sydney’s Elizabeth M. Drummond. The track is out now on Young Poet, and her Congratulations EP arrives on November 18th.