Caitlin Anne Webster: “Wait (On Love)” & “Powhatan River Blues”

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“Wait (On Love)” blazes with deep emotions, its pain poetry, while “Powhatan River Blues” ambles with a thoughtful, ageless warmth through re-born Spring fields. Both are powerful brand-new singles from Nashville’s Caitlin Anne Webster, and you can find sundry streaming and download links for them right here. You can find her previous releases both as a solo artist and with Nightingale Rodeo on her Bandcamp page as well.

Whippoorwill: “California”

Next month Fort Collins, Colorado’s Whippoorwill release their The Nature of Storms LP, and you can hear its raw, subtly-urgent and Springsteen-esque “California” above. Streaming and download links for it can be found right here. The self-released debut album will arrive on November 15th, but you can hear their Good To Be Around EP on their website now.

Sharaya Summers: “Away”

Gene Clark-esque with a sunset-toned patina, it ambles thoughtfully with its eyes on distant horizons and its heart full of longing. “Away” is the panoramic brand-new single from Los Angeles-based musician Sharaya Summers. Just released, you can find streaming links for it by visiting her website, and she’s promised that more new music will be arriving from her soon.

Gabriella Cilmi: “Keep On Keeping”

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London- and Melbourne-based musician Gabriella Cilmi has unleashed “Keep On Keeping”, her bluesy, sepia-toned and empowering brand-new single. You can find streaming and download links for this right here. The track will appear on her forthcoming EP The Water, which she releases on November 1st, and pre-saving links are available for that now.

Charlie Taylor: “Disappear”

Escapism pressed like a wildflower in a dream, its intimacies whisper, shimmer and sing in universal tones. “Disappear” is a romance that promises future hope and the sweet, sonorous new single from L.A.-area musician, actress and model Charlie Taylor. It’s available now on all major streaming services, and the release of her Sad Barbie EP is forthcoming.

Pauline Andrès: “Hoping for the Best at the Springwater Supper Club”

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A loving homage to the Dive Bar’s reassuring, gently-timeworn and evocative lore, the brand-new video rings with a dream’s hazed specificities. “Hoping For The Best at the Springwater Supper Club” is the plush new single from French-born, Nashville-based musician Pauline Andrès. You can stream the track right now on her Soundcloud page and you can find additional links to digital versions by visiting her website. All of her previous releases can be found on her Bandcamp page as well.

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