talker: “Keep Me Safe”

Photo by Niles Gregory

“Keep Me Safe” is a gently-building pulse that begins the moment the full moon’s in view and the big-hearted, rushing brand-new single from L.A.’s Celeste Tauchar, a.k.a. talker. You can find various streaming and download links for this right here. Her next EP meanwhile is forthcoming care of her hometown’s Common Ground Collective.

Photo by Meg Meyer

Fran: “So Surreal”

Lithe as it swirls, “So Surreal” is the is the lucid and lean brand-new single from Chicago’s Fran. The track is taken from her forthcoming LP A Private Picture. Out through Fire Talk from November 15th, you can pre-order translucent-red-vinyl, black-vinyl, CD and digital versions of it right now both from her Bandcamp page and from the label’s webstore.

Ada Lea: “180 Days”

Photo by Bao Ngo

Cloudlined and analog-inspired, Emilie Kahn’s brand-new video is reflective, textured, and at once personal and associative. “180 Days” is the dappled latest single from MontrĂ©al’s Ada Lea, and it’s taken from her recently-released what we say in private LP. Out courtesy of Saddle Creek, you can order glow-in-the-dark-vinyl, coke-bottle-vinyl, CD, cassette and digital versions of it now from their webstore.

Juletta: “Strawberry”

Photo by Eva Zar

Calming and kind, “Strawberry” is the polished and pacific brand-new single from New York City’s Juletta. You can find a bounty of streaming and download links for it right here. Meanwhile her Wild Nature EP is out now, and her debut full-length album is due for release sometime next year.

Tusks: “Mind”

For the past few years Emily Underhill has struggled with Harm OCD, a subset of OCD which is characterized by anxiety from thinking you have accidentally hurt someone else. “Mind”, the new single from her band Tusks, was written about the topic, and its just-released video was made to raise awareness of the condition. You can find her Avalanche and Dissolve LPs in her webstore now.

Julien Baker: “Tokyo” and “Sucker Punch”

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Earlier this year Memphis, Tennessee’s extraordinary Julien Baker released the Tokyo b/w Sucker Punch 7″ single as part of the storied Sub Pop Records Singles Club. Both songs are animated by her signature and elemental pathos, and they are available digitally to all as of today. You can download them now both from the label’s MegaMart or from her Bandcamp page.