Arriving with a wide-angled and Western-modern new video staring the artist herself, “Infinite Scroll” is the disarming, free-spirited new single from Austin’s Jess Williamson. The track is taken from the Sorceress LP that she releases on May 15th. Out care of Mexican Summer, you can pre-order crystal-ball-colored-vinyl, black-vinyl, CD and digital versions of it from her webstore right now.
A warming whisper from dappled memory, “All Is Reborn” is alive with allure, and it’s the spell-casting brand-new single from Parisian musician Annie Burnell. A Continental dream, its Deneuve-haunted new video was directed with an elegant patience by Antoine Henault. Ms. Burnell’s debut, you can download the track right now from her Bandcamp page.
“Elevator” is ghostly grunge — urgent and taken from Darkness Brings The Wonders Home, the newest LP from Smoke Fairies, and Annick Wolfers has directed a violet-hued and dramatic new video to accompany it. You can buy gold-vinyl, picture-disc, CD, cassette and various bundled editions of it from their webstore now. The band were set to play at a series of in-store appearances at Resident Records in Brighton, Vinilo in Southampton and Level Crossing Records in London. For rather obvious reasons those have been cancelled, but the band will be playing a live online show, and they request that you make donations to those shops then. More information about that event can be found right here.
A jagged, longing romance, “Young Again” is assertive nostalgia and the deep and beautifully-designed new single from from Hamburg, Germany’s KRAKÓW LOVES ADANA. Its psychologically-complex new video was directed with tension in style by Deniz Çiçek. Out through the courtesy of Italians Do It Better, you can download the track both from their webstore and from the band’s Bandcamp page now.
Danica Arias Kleinknecht has directed the thoughtfully-framed, fluid and breezily-styled new video with every seam perfectly creased. “Wondering” is the brightly-colored and bubbling brand-new single from Becky and the Birds, the solo-musical project of Örebro, Sweden’s Thea Gustafsson. Out courtesy of 4AD, you can find streaming links for it right here.
Polymnia is the title of the forthcoming debut LP from Bristol, England’s Sailing Stones, and you can preview its “Receive” — a pastoral, analog apparition, above. You can stream the track on her Soundcloud page, and still more of her music is available from her Bandcamp page. The album meanwhile will be released by Keep Her Lit Records on April 24th.
Absinthe drenched and driven, “Wait (Medication)” is a narcotic surge and the lean and psychedelic brand-new single from L.A.’s Gateway Drugs. You can stream the blissful, just-released track along with more of their music on Apple Music right now. PSA, their new album, was produced by Sune Rose Wagner of The Raveonettes, and it will be out on May 8th.
A sugary surge of encouragement, it’s a kind word from a friend that offers understanding. “Less Or More” is the gently-soaring, compassionate brand-new single from Toronto’s Blair Lee. The track was just released today, and you can find more information about her and her music by visiting this link.
Now accompanied by an artfully-windswept video directed by Siobhan Cox, it moves with a swift, arresting smoothness. An enigmatic invitation into the deep night’s possibilities, “I Left You” is the filmic newest single from Brighton- and Oxford-based musician Julia-Sophie, and it’s available on all major digital music platforms now. Her debut EP Y is on its way as well.