Its truths a pulsing ripple on warm and crystalline waters, “Danny” is the honeyed, honed and honest brand-new single from Saskatoon, Canada’s Katie Tupper. You can find streaming and download links for it right here, and her debut EP Towards the End is out from February 18th.
Arriving with a De Stijl-inspired video, “Hotline” hums sonorously with vintage vibrations. It’s the charming brand-new single from Lael Neale, it’s out on Sub Pop, and you can find streaming links for it right here. Beginning today she’ll be giving personalized psychic readings by phone, and you can call 001-858-224-3129 for yours.
Its natural rhythms captured with spontaneous, organic invention in Niort, France, the three-part “essai no. 3” is the softly-scintillating latest composition from Basque musician Laura Etchegoyhen. For now only the video performance is available, but you can find her previous releases on Apple Music. Via Les inRocks.
New York City’s Widowspeak have just announced the release of their new quasi-concept album The Jacket, and from it they’ve revealed its wiry, subtly-sumptuous, Great-American-Songbook-styled “Everything Is Simple”. The LP is out through Captured Tracks on March 11th, and you can pre-order cassette, white-vinyl and CD versions of it both from them and from Bandcamp now.
A fleecy comfort, “Time Machine” is quietly consoling and the plush newest single from Austin’s Jana Horn. Her Optimism LP — originally self-released — will be made more widely available care of No Quarter Records from January 21st, and you can order CD, digital and vinyl versions of it from Bandcamp today. Via Stereogum.
Draped in charm, its synths aflutter and its kind heart racing, “Happy New Year” is the bracing third single that Let’s Eat Grandma have shared from their forthcoming Two Ribbons LP. Out from April 8th on Transgressive Records, you can pre-order vinyl and bundled editions of it from the band’s webstore now.
The video was shot, like the original, at Bayonne High School, while the track features Nada Surf’s own Matthew Caws. Mia Berrin’s Pom Pom Squad has re-envisioned with electrifying fidelity the sardonic, surging and anthemic “Popular”, and you can find assorted streaming and download links for it right here.
Its artful melancholy afloat in absinthe, the 1940s standard “I’ll Be Seeing You” is the aching latest track that Cat Power has shared from the forthcoming, aptly-titled Covers LP. Out through Domino on January 14th, you can order silver-vinyl, violet-vinyl and CD versions from them now, while information for streaming and digital versions is here.