A deep and moss-tinted mystery, “Outside of Eden” is the ageless and lyrical new single from Jesca Hoop, one featuring her nephew Justis and Kate Stables of This Is The Kit. The track is taken from Ms. Hoop’s forthcoming STONECHILD LP. Out from July 5th, you can order black-and-white-marbled-vinyl, CD and digital versions of it either from her Bandcamp page or from her webstore now.
Easy and free with an edge, “Twist” is the sugared and sharp latest single from Dizzy, and they’ve just shared its cool-yet-contemplative new video. You can find streaming and download links for the track right here. Their new EP meanwhile will be released by Toronto’s Royal Mountain Records on July 12th.
Weird Glow is the name of the forthcoming LP from San Francisco’s Sarah Bethe Nelson, and above you can see the psychedelic new video for its gently-jangling title track. The album is released by Burger Records on June 21st. You can pre-order vinyl, CD and cassette versions of it right now from their webstore.
Cheerful and charming, “Blue Dress” is the joyous and spontaneous new single from L.A.’s Lucy & La Mer, the musical project of Lucy LaForge. You can stream the track right now by visiting her Soundcloud page. She will be releasing I Feel Better Now, her new EP, later in the year, and she’s currently on a tour of Pride events throughout the U.S.
Surging with youthful energy and a translucent charisma, Montréal’s Claudia Bouvette has unleashed the fierce new video for her bracing single “Don’t Like It”. It was filmed blue-hued in Petite-Rivière-Saint-François, Québec. The track is taken from her new and debut EP Cool It, and you can find streaming links for that right here.
Sweetly symphonic, grand yet intimate, “I Can’t Speak For You” is the touching new single from Swedish musician KLARA, and she’s directed with drama its sweeping, snowy new video. You can stream the track on Apple Music right now. She will be releasing a brand-new album, one she recorded at Peter Gabriel’s Real World Studios, later in the year as well.
XENIA2020 is the recently-introduced alter ego of wildly-creative musician Xenia Rubiños, and she’s just unveiled the unadorned and arresting new song “Que Pena Me Da” along with its artfully layered new video. The three additional accompanying videos in this four-part series can be found on the La Vitrola YouTube page. More music from this project is on its way, but you can buy her previous releases from her Bandcamp page now.