Lower Dens’ most recent LP, Escape From Evil, came out back in 2015 and during its rollout we saw a few excellent videos to accompany tracks from the album. Today, Lower Dens released a new song; “Real Thing” which video was conceived and directed by SSION (a.k.a. Cody Critcheloe). Lower Dens is heading back to Baltimore after their current tour, with plans to work on a new album.
Roxanne Clifford used to lead Veronica Falls, the very good UK indie-pop group. These days, under the name Patience, she makes spacey, expansive synthpop with a serious Italo-disco influence. “The Church” is her first single. This will be out 5/6 on Night School.
The Raveonettes, the Danish duo are planning on dropping a new song every month in what they’re calling the Rave-Sound-Of-The-Month series. This is the first song in the series, a jam called “This World Is Empty Without You.” Listen in here:
Future Islands present new video from their last their last published work “Singles”. This is “A Song For OUr Grandfathers” which celebrates the Father’s Day in America. Listen in here:
Baths has a new EP called “Ocean Death” coming out next month, and he shared the title track, “Ocean Death”.
LA-via-Portland electronic duo Soft Metals released their sophomore album, Lenses, last summer. “No Turning Back,” a track from the record, now has a video to accompany it. Below:
Iamamiwhoami continue promoting their upcoming third studio album, still untitled, scheduled to be released this year via To whom it may concern.
After the first official single ‘Fountain‘, released in late-January this year. The singer confirmed the song ‘Hunting for Pearls‘ as the next single.
TRUST unveils another dreamy, tender highlight from his new album “Joyland”, out March 4 on Arts & Crafts.
Junio 11 – Barcelona – BeCool
Junio 12 – Madrid – Shoko
Junio 13 – Bilbao – Kafe Antzokia
Junio 14 – Oviedo – Whippoorwill
The british trio Fujiya & Miyagi have a wonderful new offering for us. “Tetrahydrofolic Acid” is the first cut from their upcoming album (due out this Spring via Yep Roc).
Sweden’s mysterious duo Iamamiwhoami unveiled a stunning new video for their track “Fountain”. We expect to hear this new single on their upcoming album.