Death Hags: "Be Who You Are"

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.

Bacchae: "Hammer"

Photo by Kara Donnelly

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.

Sophie Jamieson: "Exit"

Wide angled and detailed, its long, languorously-tracked shots focus firm-handed on deep, complex feelings and smoldering melody lines. “Exit” is the dramatic, magnetic and brand-new single from London’s Sophie Jamieson. You can find sundry streaming and download links for this right here.

Honey Cutt: "Vacation"

Photo by Omari Spears

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.

Summer Camp: "Women In Love"

Photo by Kate Cox

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.