Mal Blum: “Salt Flats”

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Pity Boy is the name of the forthcoming album from New York’s Mal Blum, and they’ve just shared its dreamlike new video for the thoughtful, waltzing “Sand Flats”. The album is released by Don Giovanni on July 12th. You can pre-order CD, vinyl and bundled editions of it from the label now, and you can order the digital version from their Bandcamp page as well.

Sleater-Kinney: “Hurry On Home”

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Urgently symphonic, “Hurry On Home” is the seismic, brand-new single from legends Sleater-Kinney, one produced by St. Vincent. You can find streaming and download links for this right here, and you can pre-order the crimson-vinyl 7″ version of it here. The track arrives with the announcement of an extensive tour of the U.S. and Canada, and you can find out where they’ll be playing by visiting their website.

Summer Cannibals: “Can’t Tell Me No”

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Sinews sizzle as its molten message glows crimson and flows. “Can’t Tell Me No” is the imposing, impressive new single from Portland’s Summer Cannibals, and it’s the title track to their forthcoming LP. Out care of Tiny Engines from June 28th, you can pre-order a dazzling array of colored vinyl and cassette versions as well as CD, digital and bundled copies of it either from them or from the band’s Bandcamp page now. Via Stereogum.

Grim Streaker: “Cat Call”

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A searing Post-Punk squall, “Cat Call” is the vital, titanic and brand-new single from Brooklyn’s Grim Streaker. No Vision, their next album, will be released on May 17th by Local Fun Boy Records. You can pre-order digital and limited-edition-cassette-with-zine editions of it from the band’s Bandcamp page right now.