Gold Child is the solo-musical project of Brooklyn-based Berklee College of Music graduate Emily Fehler, and “In Between” is her serene, lustrous and luxurious new single. You can find streaming links for it right now by visiting her Soundcloud page. The track is taken from her debut and self-titled LP, one she releases on August 9th. Via Brooklyn Vegan.
(NOTE: We will be back on Thursday with more new music)
A lovely, languorous waltz, “Don’t Look Back Mary” is liquid melancholy and the sweet new single from Columbus, Ohio’s Angela Perley. It’s taken from her forthcoming LP 4:30. Out on August 2nd, you can pre-order that from her Bandcamp page now, where you can download this track as well.
“Handshakes” is a deep and reassuring sigh that rises from inside a long-forgotten, just-excavated memory. It thoughtfully concludes the self-titled, debut LP from Morgantown, West Virginia’s Hello June, and the band have just shared its shimmering new video. You can buy the digital version of the album now from the band’s Bandcamp page.
Devin Tuel’s Native Harrow has just unveiled the heavy, imagistic new video for the sepia-tinted “Way To Light”, its assembled vintage footage strangely unsettling. The track is taken from the recently-released Happier Now LP. You can buy vinyl and CD versions of it and each of her previous releases from her webstore now.
Later this Summer New Orleans, Louisiana’s Esther Rose will release her You Made It This Far LP, from which you can hear the polished glow of “Only Loving You” and the pulse-quickening “Handyman” above. The album is out from August 21st care of Father/Daughter. You can pre-order vinyl, CD and digital versions of it both from them and from her Bandcamp page now. Via Stereogum.
“Apple Tree” is a high-speed and liberating drive across desolate landscapes and the exhilarating brand-new single from Fort Worth’s Jessi England. Charisma, mystery and possibility set pulses to race as its engine roars. Just released, you can find the track on Apple Music and all other digital music platforms.
Arriving with a riveting, harrowing new video directed by Elia Petridis, “Red White and Black” is the hymn-like and haunting new single from Jesca Hoop. The track is taken from STONECHILD, the album she releases on July 5th. You can order signed-black-and-white-marbled-vinyl, black-vinyl, signed-CD and digital versions of it either from her webstore or from her Bandcamp page right now.
Dusted with golden melodies and possibility, it graces the day like a cherished secret shared. “Hideaway” is the winding, poetic and deeply-felt new single from New York’s Rebecca Haviland and Whiskey Heart. It’s out now on all major digital music platforms, and you can explore all of her previous releases on her website.
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.
Spectral and stunning, “Pages” is the spellbinding, poetic new single from longtime Autumn Roses favorite Sara Rachele. The track is taken from her forthcoming Scorpio Moon LP. She releases that through her own Angrygal Records on May 31st, but you can find all of her previous recordings on her Bandcamp page now.