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.
Sunlit, contemplative and intelligent, “Something To Believe In” is the luscious and lyrical new single from Orange County’s Madison Cunningham. The track is taken from her forthcoming Who Are You Now LP. Out from August 16th, you can pre-order vinyl, digital and CD versions of it as well as test pressings and bundles from her webstore now.
Ringed by the talents of skaters Briana King, Victoria Taylor, Hilary Shanks, Jennifer Charlene and Claire Weaver, the brand-new video is spacious, stylish, contemplative and mesmerizing. “god.drugs.u” is the smoldering and streamlined brand-new single from L.A.’s Luna Shadows. You can find sundry streaming links for the track right here.
Surging with youthful energy and a translucent charisma, Montréal’s Claudia Bouvette has unleashed the fierce new video for her bracing single “Don’t Like It”. It was filmed blue-hued in Petite-Rivière-Saint-François, Québec. The track is taken from her new and debut EP Cool It, and you can find streaming links for that right here.
Sweetly symphonic, grand yet intimate, “I Can’t Speak For You” is the touching new single from Swedish musician KLARA, and she’s directed with drama its sweeping, snowy new video. You can stream the track on Apple Music right now. She will be releasing a brand-new album, one she recorded at Peter Gabriel’s Real World Studios, later in the year as well.
The cool, breezily-styled and brand-new video simmers with an easy retro-futurism and pops with a subtly-sharp message. “The Suitable Woman” is the smoldering new single from Belgium-born, Iranian musician Layla Kardan. You can find a long list of streaming and download options for the track right here.