Bloods: “I Hate It”

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Lisa Businovski’s brand-new video is alive with color, humor and irreverence, the track crunches and charms in equal measures. “I Hate It” is a thunderous joy and the classic-sounding new single from Sydney’s Bloods.The track is one of six on their forthcoming Seattle EP, which was recorded with Jack Endino and Steve Fisk with an amp previously used by Kurt Cobain. Out from May 15th, you can pre-order it from the band’s Bandcamp page now.

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.

Harkin: “Nothing The Night Can’t Change”

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Melodically bright as rhythms resound, “Nothing The Night Can’t Change” is a sweltering surge and the complex-but-compassionate brand-new single from Leeds, England’s Katie Harkin, or Harkin more simply. You can stream the track right now by visiting her Soundcloud page. Her self-titled, debut LP will be released on her own Hand Mirror label from April 24th, and you can pre-order vinyl, CD and bundled versions of it from them now.