Its articulate layers wondrously arranged in negative spaces, “Be Who You Are” is the narcotic and blissful brand-new single from L.A.’s Death Hags. The track is taken from Big Grey Sun #1, the first installment of her ongoing seven-volume multi-media project, one “centered around the idea of a post-human utopia.” Officially out from January 24th, you can buy cassette, CD and digital versions of it from her Bandcamp page right now.
L.A.’s Geranium — the solo-musical project of Allison Goldfarb — has just unveiled “Separate Life”, its softly-saturated and chromatic new single. The track is taken from the self-titled, three-track EP she releases on February 14th. Out courtesy of Forged Artifacts, you can pre-order the cassette version of it now from her Bandcamp page. Via Gorilla vs. Bear.
Bright and buzzing, personable as it rushes, “Hammer” is the joyous, inviting and brand-new single from Washington, D.C.’s Bacchae. The Pleasure Vision album from which it is taken arrives courtesy of femme/queer/trans-owned label Get Better Records on March 6th. Digital versions of it are available to pre-order from the band’s Bandcamp page, while electric-blue vinyl versions can be found here.
Soccer Mommy has just announced the release of the color theory LP, and you can hear its sweetly-wistful, melancholy and golden “circle the drain” above. The album is released on February 28th. You can pre-order blue-yellow-and-grey-tri-color vinyl, CD, cassette, digital and bundled editions of that right now from her Bandcamp page.
Breakneck, Braid-esque and classic-sounding, “Nothing” is the blood-pumping brand-new single from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania’s Church Girls. It’s the latest excellent track they’ve shared from their forthcoming The Haunt LP. Out care of Anchor Eighty Four Records on February 7th, you can pre-order the digital version of that right now from the band’s Bandcamp page.
A vivid swirl of melodious melancholy, “Affect Me” is the mind-bending, mesmerizing new and debut single from Brooklyn’s Melody English. The track is taken from her forthcoming debut LP Melody. Released on February 14th by House of Feelings, you can pre-order it right now by visiting their webstore. Via Brooklyn Vegan.
Private, poetic observations that spring quietly to life as shadows fade, “Halloween” is the meditative, directly-spoken new single from Captain Handsome, the solo-musical project of London’s Lily Rae. You can download the track right now from her Bandcamp page. It’s taken from her debut EP I Am Not An Animal, which is released digitally and on CD by Reckless Yes from January 31st.
A pleasant memory hazed at the edges, “Vacation” snaps with youth, melody and relatable reflection. It’s the bright and thoughtful brand-new single from Honey Cutt, and it’s taken from her just-announced new LP Coasting. Released on March 13th care of Kanine, you can pre-order vinyl and CD versions of it from their webstore now.
London’s always-charming Summer Camp have recently announced the release of their next album Romantic Comedy, from which they’ve just shared the sunny, subtly-psychedelic and literate “Women In Love”. The LP is out quite suitably from February 14th through the courtesy of Moshi Moshi. You can pre-order vanilla-colored-vinyl and digital editions of it right now from the band’s Bandcamp page.