Its slackness a warming comfort and its insouciance an enchanting elixir, “Flaws” is the gauzy, relatable and wonderful brand-new single from London’s Buggs. Out care of their hometown’s Sad Club Records, you can buy it from Bandcamp now. Via The Line of Best Fit.
Emotions slowly, eerily rise as landscapes materialize and expand on “Replace”, the bewitching brand-new single from London’s Carmody. You can find streaming links for it right here. This is the first track she’s shared from Imperfect Constellations, her debut LP, and she’ll be releasing that on June 10th.
Euphoric and youthful, soaring and steady “Parallel” is the fierce brand-new single from Manchester, England’s Lindsay Munroe, and you can find streaming and download links for it right here. Softest Edge, her next and second EP, is released on November 9th, and you can pre-order signed-turquoise-7″-vinyl editions of it now.
Bathed gently in canary-yellow florescence and humming with adventure, “Twenty-Seven” is the feather-boa-wrapped, honey-sweet brand-new and debut single from Jessica Louise Dye’s Hello Lightfoot. Out courtesy of Lean-To Records, you can find streaming links for it here, where you can find out more about her and her other musical projects as well. Meanwhile a debut EP from them will be arriving sometime next year.
Edgy and approachable, plain-spoken yet poetic, “Proud Home” is the tough and tender brand-new single from Brooklyn’s Lily Konigsberg. Her debut LP Lily We Need To Talk Now is out from October 29th on Wharf Cat Records, from which you can pre-order pink-vinyl, yellow-vinyl and CD versions now. You can find this and so much more of her music on Bandcamp.
Alive with a wry, carefree humor, “Las Panteras” is crafted with a breezy complexity and the vivid new single from London’s Los Bitchos. Their debut album Let The Festivities Begin! is released on February 4th by City Slang, and you can pre-order purple-vinyl, black-vinyl, CD, bundled and digital editions of it from Bandcamp today.
Next month Nyack, New York’s inspiring Jennifer O’Connor releases her next and seventh LP Born At The Disco, and from it you can hear “Who Can You Kiss” — a whetted whirl of ageless independence and elliptical insight. Out on her own Kiam Records from November 5th, you can pre-order silver-vinyl, black-vinyl, CD and cassette versions of it from her webstore now. Digital links for this track meanwhile are right here.