An economical epic, the dramatically-filmed new video was co-directed powerfully by Kimberly Stuckwisch and Melora Donoghue. “Roam, Little Gypsy, Roam” was written for Margo Price, and it’s the elegant, heartfelt new single from L.A.’s Jessi Williams & Coyote. You can find links to her current releases by visiting her website, and she and the band are currently at work on their debut LP.
A nightingale’s song that plays in a dream, “Madera” is a patterned echo that calms. It’s taken from Arcs, the forthcoming album from Brooklyn’s red steppes, and its magnetic new live video was filmed in Big Sur, California. Released on May 31st by Native Cat Recordings, you can order CD and digital versions of it from her Bandcamp page, now.
Effortlessly lyrical and supercharged with confidence, its iron spine is wrapped in crimson velvet. “After Hours” is alive with allure and taken from Too Mean To Die, the new album from Mechanicsville, Virginia-born, Nashville-based mortuary school graduate Karly Driftwood. You can buy the album from her website right now.
Therese Karlsson is a musician and truck driver from southern Sweden, and her band, Stockholm’s Tiny Fighter, have just shared the natural, intimate new video for their subtly-triumphant “Katrina”. The track concludes their brand-new, three-song Tell Me EP. You can download the digital version of it right now from their Bandcamp page.
Verdant as its heart glows, “Pause” is the lush, delicately-emotive and wonderful new single from Oslo, Norway’s Malin Pettersen. The track receives its official release through Die With Your Boots On Records on June 7th. Her Norwegian Grammy-award-winning debut LP References Pt. 1 meanwhile was released last year.
Olympia, Washington’s Daisies have quite generously shared “Anyone’s Style”, their hopeful, hazy and heavenly brand-new single. You can download the track right now from their Bandcamp page. The band’s new EP What Are You Waiting For? is forthcoming through a collaboration between hometown labels K Records and Perennial Death.
Irresistible melodies radiate as the low end thumps, and all the while her self-evident style and poise delight. “Stop Staring” is the breezy, hyper-intelligent and accomplished brand-new single from Beirut, Lebanon’s Laeticia Acra, who records as Japan, Man. You can stream the track right now on Apple Music. Via Gorilla vs. Bear.