Chromatic and young, easygoing and honed, “Airforce blue” is the dexterous, carefree and wonderful brand-new single from Stockholm’s waterbaby. Out courtesy of Sub Pop, you can download it from them or from Bandcamp, while streaming links are here.
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Bully: “Days Move Slow”
“Days Move Slow” — written upon the sad passing of her dog Mezzi — is the sizzling, surging new single from Alicia Bognanno’s Bully. Her new album Lucky For You will be released by Sub Pop Records on June 2nd. You can pre-order translucent-blue-vinyl, black-vinyl, CD and cassette editions of it either from their MegaMart or from Bandcamp today.
Today the wonderfully-inventive Bria releases her Cuntry Covers Vol. 2, and above this is her rich, sparse and resonant take on Mary Margaret O’Hara’s perceptive “When You Know Why You’re Happy”. Out through Sub Pop, you can buy colored-vinyl and CD editions of it either from them or from Bandcamp, while additional digital options are at this link.
Hannah Jadagu: “What You Did”
“What You Did” is a sonically-sweet, diaphanous, pedal-hopping reverie and taken from Aperture, the just-announced forthcoming debut LP from New York City’s Hannah Jadagu. Out courtesy of the mighty Sub Pop, you can order colored-vinyl, CD, cassette and digital editions of it from their MegaMart or from Bandcamp, while additional links are here.
Lael Neale: “I Am The River”
Wired with a steely organ line and bright with Yé-yé aesthetics, “I Am The River” is the razor-edged, vintage-grained and darkly-celebratory new single from L.A.’s Lael Neale. Her new album Star Eaters Delight will be released by Sub Pop on April 21st. You can pre-order colored-vinyl, CD, cassette and digital editions of it from the MegaMart and Bandcamp, while streaming links for this track are here.
Supercharged with an industrial edge and twinkling with a wry humor, Bria has unleashed her searing take on Loretta’s “Don’t Come Home A-Drinkin’ (With Lovin’ on Your Mind)”. It’s taken from her forthcoming Cuntry Covers Vol. 2 EP, which will be released on Sup Pop from February 24th. You can find purchasing and download information for it here, and it’s also on Bandcamp.
DEBBY FRIDAY: “SO HARD TO TELL”
Hard-hitting and lush, refined and raw, “SO HARD TO TELL” is the incandescent brand-new single from Nigeria-born, Toronto-based DEBBY FRIDAY. Her debut LP GOOD LUCK will be released by Sub Pop on March 24th, and you can pre-order Loser Edition-vinyl, CD and digital versions of it either from their MegaMart or from Bandcamp now. Via The Line of Best Fit.
Ontario’s Bria — an accomplished guitarist and alt-Country provocateur — has unleashed her take on Paula Cole’s “Where Have All The Cowboys Gone?”, its sawtoothed, Goth edges smoothed with an uneasy elegance by humor and strength. Ms. Salmena’s next EP Cuntry Covers Vol. 2 is out courtesy of Sub Pop on February 24th. You can order opaque-red-vinyl and CD versions of it from Bandcamp and from the MegaMart now, while additional links for digital versions are here.
Weyes Blood: “Grapevine”
Intelligent, resonant noir, “Grapevine” is a lyrical apparition and the crimson-velvet-draped new single from Weyes Blood, whom I love. Her And In The Darkness, Hearts Aglow LP is released by the venerable Sub Pop on November 18th, and you can order purple-vinyl, black-vinyl, CD, cassette and digital versions of it from their MegaMart, her webstore or Bandcamp today. Additional digital options meanwhile are here.
Hannah Jadagu: “Say It Now”
A brightly-assured, jangling and pedal-effects-painted joy, “Say It Now” is the swoonsome brand-new single from New York City’s Hannah Jadagu. It’s out right now on Sub Pop. This is the sole release that she has planned for this year, but her debut full-length will arrive in the new one.