Annie Burnell: “All Is Reborn”

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.

Smoke Fairies: “Elevator”

“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.

Blair Lee: “Less Or More”

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.

Julia-Sophie: “I Left You”

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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.