Poetic and polished, “How You’ll Part” is the emotionally-resonant, pristine and brand-new single from Jacksonville, Florida’s Brenna Erickson. Just and independently released, you can find streaming and download links for this right here, and her Homemade Songs EP can be found on her Bandcamp page. Meanwhile her next EP will be out in December.
Beautifully composed and spontaneous, Molly Daniel’s new video is a softly-grained dream. “Paradise” is the free-spirited and aptly-named new single from Nilüfer Yanya, and it’s taken from her debut LP Miss Universe. You can buy double-clear-vinyl, CD and bundled editions of it right now from her Bandcamp page.
Weird Glow is the name of the forthcoming LP from San Francisco’s Sarah Bethe Nelson, and above you can see the psychedelic new video for its gently-jangling title track. The album is released by Burger Records on June 21st. You can pre-order vinyl, CD and cassette versions of it right now from their webstore.
Sumptuous with a sting, “Addio” is the jazzy, narcotic new single from Santa Barbara’s Mexico City Blondes, and they’ve just unveiled its stylish, reflective new video. The track is taken from their recently-released Blush LP. Out on Burger Records, you can order vinyl, CD and digital editions of it from them right now.
Olympia, Washington’s Guidon Bear release their Downwardly Mobile: Steel Accelerator LP tomorrow, June 19th, upon which you’ll find the sweetly-spiked “Magellanic Cloud”. It’s out care of Portland’s wonderful Antiquated Future. Arriving accompanied by a comic book, and you can order the digital version of the album from the label’s Bandcamp page now.
A violet-toned and modern nocturne, it whispers jazzy invitations that simmer with possibility. “Strawberry” is the sumptuous brand-new single from Oslo, Norway’s Pieces of Juno. Officially released on June 7th care of the female-run KOSO collective, you can find links to digital versions of the track by visiting their website.
Sweetly sonorous as it explores deep psychologies, “Supernatural Babe” is a chiming confession and the resonant new single from Nicole Yun. Its layered, patterned and compassionate new video meanwhile was directed by Hunter Christy. The track is taken from Paper Suit, the album she releases through Kanine Records this Friday, June 7th. You can order vinyl, cassette and digital versions of it from her Bandcamp page now.
“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.