Expansive and contemplative, it’s soaked in distortion and swathed in cottony melody. “Turn” is the thoughtful new single from Las Vegas-born, L.A.-based musician Sam Valdez. You can stream it and her aptly-titled Mirage single right now by visiting her Soundcloud page.
Subtly symphonic, its point of view shifts with a disarming grace as its story unfolds. “New Ever After” is the intricate and lyrical new single from Brooklyn- and Nashville-based The Weird Years. The track appears on their self-titled, debut EP, one they will release on March 29th.
Burnished beneath Hudson Valley skies, “Something You Have” is the ageless, swoonsome new single from Woodstock, New York’s Devin Tuel and her band Native Harrow. The track is taken from Happier Now, the album they will release on April 12th. You can pre-order vinyl and CD versions of it from their webstore now.
Honeymoon is the name of the wonderful new album from Brooklyn’s Chest High Fires, and you can get acquainted with three of its magical tracks above — each one accompanied by an evocative new video. You can buy vinyl and digital versions of it from their Bandcamp page right now. They’ll be playing a record release show at their home borough’s Baby’s All Right on February 24th, and you can find ticket information for that right here.
Arriving along with a rhythmic new essay entitled “Witness” in Oxford American, Durham, North Carolina’s H.C. McEntire has shared a leafy, hymn-like version of Led Zeppelin’s “Houses of the Holy”. You can buy the stand-alone single from her Bandcamp page right now. Additionally you can find white-vinyl, black-vinyl, CD and digital editions of her LIONHEART LP at the Merge Records webstore.