Lindsay Munroe: “River”

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Buckley-esque echoes hum and disarm as poetry runs, lucidly — so you can see the wonders underneath. “River” is the quietly-grand brand-new single from Manchester’s Lindsay Munroe, and you can find streaming links for it right here. It’s taken from her debut EP Our Heaviness, one she releases on June 19th.

Lea Willms: “No.1 Rose-Glassed Fan”

“No. 1 Rose-Glassed Fan” is Bacharach beamed back from a serene, future escape and the smoldering new and debut single from Manchester’s Lea Willms. It’s symphonic like the hissing of young, green and sun-spotted leaves is. You can find a variety of streaming and download links for this jewel right here, and she’s promised that more tracks will be arriving soon.

Lindsay Munroe: “Split”

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Its resonance razored and immediate, “Split” is the emotionally-muscular, sonically-intense brand-new single from Manchester, England’s Lindsay Munroe. You can stream the track right now by visiting her Soundcloud page. Her debut EP is entitled Our Heaviness, and its release is forthcoming.

Chemtrails: “Frightful In The Sunlight”

This Spring longtime-TAR favorites Chemtrails will release their second album The Peculiar Smell of the Inevitable, and today they’ve unleashed its sonically-searing new single “Frightful in the Sunlight”. The album arrives on May 15th through PNKSLM Recordings. You can pre-order black-vinyl, digital and bundled editions of it right now from their webstore, and it’s available from the band’s Bandcamp page, too.

PINS: “Ponytail”

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Hip shaking and heavy, “Ponytail” is the roiling and rhythmic brand-new single from TAR icons PINS. The track, for which you can find streaming or download links here, is taken from their just-announced, much-needed new LP Hot Slick. Out from May 29th, you can pre-order translucent-orange-vinyl, black-vinyl, CD and digital editions of it from their Bandcamp page now.

Julia Bardo: “Please Don’t Tell Me”

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Next month Manchester, England’s Julia Bardo releases her four-track Phase EP, from which you can hear the confident and Continental-feeling “Please Don’t Tell Me” above. The EP, her debut, arrives on March 6th courtesy of Wichita Recordings. You can pre-order digital and 12″-vinyl versions of it right now from her Bandcamp page, and it’s available from the label’s webstore, too.