Sophie Jamieson: “Hammer”

Its syncopations smooth and its tremolos mysterious, “Hammer” is a dark drama and the riveting brand-new single from London’s Sophie Jamieson. You can find sundry streaming and download links for this track right here. This is the first taste of a forthcoming, as-yet-unspecified new project from her, its details soon to arrive.

Natalie Bouloudis: “Outlaster”

Skeletons pirouette with grace across the black soil to which they once returned as elemental rhythms thump and coyotes howl. “Outlaster” is an enchanting incantation and the bewitching brand-new single from London’s Natalie Bouloudis. The track receives its official release on December 6th, when you can download it from her Bandcamp page. Meanwhile her Devil Is Doubt EP will be released next year.

Julia Haltigan: “Wool”

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Crisply-imagined noir, the narcotic, cinematic and brand-new video was directed by Marc McAndrews in a heavenly reverie. “Wool” is the absinthe-rinsed and gloriously-styled new single from New York City’s Julia Haltigan. You can download the track now from her Bandcamp page, and Trouble, her next album, will be out on October 25th.

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Photo by Larufoto

DYLYN: “Secret”

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Drawn in vintage and with a touch of danger, its scenes resonate with a razored honesty. “Secret” is the smoky, cinematic new single from Toronto’s DYLYN. The track is taken from her debut EP Sauvignon and a Kimono, and you can find streaming and download links for that right here.

Photo by Mackenzie Duncan

August Eve: “You Already Know”

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Photo by Fabian Guerrero

Artfully grained in a violet noir, the mysterious, lo-fi and beautiful new video was directed by the artist herself. “You Already Know” is an opal romance and the poised new single from L.A.’s August Eve. Her Know Better / You Already Know double-A-side single is out now, and you can find streaming and download links for it right here. Via Gorilla vs. Bear.