Rich both with vintage Rock-and-Roll melodies and irony, “Dream Boy” is the muscled, honeyed and brand-new single from Lili Trifilio’s Beach Bunny. The track is taken from their forthcoming Honeymoon LP. Out courtesy of Mom + Pop on February 14th, you can pre-order CD, digital, vinyl and cassette editions of it from the band’s Bandcamp page now.
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.
Streamlined and symphonic, “Is This Reality” is the reflective, zero-gravity new single from Chicago’s Melissa Harris and her Born Days project. Out now, the track is taken from her forthcoming, six-track Where We Live EP. It’s released on October 4th, and you can pre-order the digital version of it from her Bandcamp page now. A limited-edition run of red-cassette editions will be available soon, too.
Urgently nostalgic and bathed in shimmering dark-purple inks, “Where We Live” is the pulsating new single from Chicago’s Melissa Harris and her Born Days project. This is the title track to the EP she releases through Rain Heart Records on October 4th. In the meantime you can find her previous releases on her Bandcamp page.
Impulsive Hearts is the solo-musical project of Chicago’s Danielle Sines, and she’s just released metoo: a benefit for Resilience, its gloriously-independent new four-song EP. All proceeds from it will go to Resilience, a non-profit in her hometown that seeks to support and empower sexual assault survivors. You can download it right now from her Bandcamp page.
Horizons wide, as deep as history, Chicago’s Lykanthea has unveiled an oceanic, Carnatic new track entitled “The Nightingale”. You can stream this on her Soundcloud page right now, and it’s taken from her forthcoming and second EP. Meanwhile you can find her Migration release by visiting her Bandcamp page.