Assured and sleek, emotional and complex, “Down Daddy” is the dazzling, rootsy brand-new single from Swedish-Sudanese musician Asya Satti. Streaming options for it are here, while pre-saving information for her self-titled debut EP — one released on June 16th — is at this link.
Luisa Siorou: “Miss Me More”
A dusky, private longing, “Miss Me More” is a heartbroken ballad and the misty-eyed and meditative new single from German-born musician Luisa Siorou. Streaming links for this and more information about her can be found at this link.
Santa Chiara: “Peach Tree”
Santa Chiara is the solo musical project of Turin, Italy-born musician and producer Chiara D’Anzieri, and “Peach Tree” is her pensive, pastoral newest single. Out courtesy of Kill Rock Stars, you can find an assortment of streaming and download links for it here.
Today Jealous of the Birds — the solo-musical project of Northern Ireland’s Naomi Hamilton — release the Hinterland LP, and here is its poetic, metaphysical and humanely-relatable “Cynic’s Song”. You can find streaming and download options for the album here, while light-blue-vinyl versions will follow on June 23rd.
This Is The Kit: “More Change”
Parisian Kate Stables and her This Is The Kit have unveiled with a gentle elegance “More Change” — its folk-inflected, bossa nova-graced and cosmopolitan new single. The Careful Of Your Keepers LP on which it appears will be released by Rough Trade Records on June 9th, and you can find pre-saving links as well as physical options here.
Rhiannon Giddens: “You’re the One”
Sincere, heartwarming and sweet, “You’re the One” is the winged title track to the just-announced new LP from Rhiannon Giddens. Out from August 18th on Nonesuch Records, you can pre-order blue-splatter-vinyl, black-vinyl and CD versions of it from their webstore, from her store or from Bandcamp right now.
Its pastoral depths wise and sonorous, “Hares On The Mountain” is the ageless latest song that Shirley Collins has shared from her forthcoming LP Archangel Hill. Released on May 26th by Domino, you can order green-grass-colored-vinyl, CD and digital editions of it from them now, while pre-saving information is at this link.
TULLE: “One Trick Pony”
Brigid Mae Power: “Counting Down”
This Summer Galway, Ireland’s Brigid Mae Power releases her Dream from the Deep Well LP through Fire Records, and this is its comfortingly-conversational, easygoing “Counting Down”. Out on June 30th, you can order CD and vinyl versions of it both from the label’s webstore and from Bandcamp today.
“Why Does The Earth Give Us People To Love?” is the contemplative, expansive and compelling title track to the just-released new LP from Kara Jackson — a musician and poet from Oak Park, Illinois. Links to physical copies are here, streaming information is here, it’s on Bandcamp and you can learn more about her at this link.