Don’t Let The Ink Dry is the name of the forthcoming debut LP from London’s Eve Owen, one produced by Aaron Dessner of The National. Today she’s unveiled its simmering, scintillating “Blue Moon”, and you can find streaming and download links for it right here. The album is out from May 8th care of the 37d03d collective, and you can pre-save it on Apple Music now.
Sweetly funereal and darkly triumphant, “Day By Day” is the subtly-symphonic brand-new single from Preston, England’s White Flowers. Their Day By Day b/w Katy Song 12″, the B-side of which is a Red House Painters cover, will be released by Tough Love Records on May 8th. You can pre-order the vinyl version either from the label’s webstore or from the band’s Bandcamp page now.
A heartfelt howl, “Circles” is wistfulness electrified and the multi-faceted and molten brand-new single from Luxembourg’s Francis of Delirium. You can download the track along with their debut single “Quit Fucking Around” right now from the band’s Bandcamp page. Meanwhile their debut EP All Change will be released in the Summer.
Laconic melancholy powered by closely-felt poetry, “The Push and the Pull” is the glassy-eyed and reflective brand-new single from Brooklyn’s Allegra Krieger. You can find sundry streaming and download links for this track right here. Her debut LP will be released by Northern Spy Records later this year.
Newcastle- and Sunderland-based Nano Kino have just graciously shared “Spiral Happy”, their open-air and lucid brand-new and quarantine-inspired single. Like a deep breath in and fulfilling, it chimes with clarity in comforting rhythms. You can download the track right now by visiting their Bandcamp page.
I’m Your Empress Of, the next album from Empress Of, is on the way, and today from it she’s shared the glint-edged, high-speed and Kylie-esque “Love Is A Drug”. The album is released by Terrible Records this Friday, April 3rd. You can order black-vinyl, CD and digital editions of it right now from their webstore.
Rising like a breath from between the push and pull of gentle tides, “Telephone” grows gently, and it’s the natural, grand brand-new single from L.A.’s Misty Boyce. You can find assorted streaming and download links for this right here. Meanwhile genesis, her next and second LP, will be released later this year.
Charisma, humor and always-morphing melody lines collide with cool on “Play”, the playfully-modernist, eye-catching brand-new single from Brixton’s Jessica Winter. You can find streaming and download links for this right here. The track is taken from her debut EP Sad Music, which she will release sometime this Summer.