RALPH: “Last Time”

Photo by Mariah Hamilton

Illuminated by sodium streetlamps, “Last Time” is a late-night confession and the modern, freely-flowing and brand-new single from Toronto’s Raffa Weyman, a.k.a. RALPH. You can find various streaming links for it right here. The track is taken from Fantasies & Flashbacks, her next EP, and she will release that on November 13th.

Tallies: “Midnight”

Photo by Colin Medley

Toronto’s Tallies are set to start a European tour, and to celebrate they’ve unveiled a panoramic new video for their beautifully-saturated track “Midnight”. The tour begins in the Netherlands this Friday, September 6th, and you can learn about all of those dates right here. It’s also a good time to revisit their self-titled debut album, and you can buy it from the band’s Bandcamp page, Kanine Records, Hand Drawn Dracula Records or Fear Of Missing Out Records.

Merival: “No Brakes”

Photo by Jen Squires

A sharp-angled waltz, “No Brakes” is the dynamically-tuneful, quietly-orchestral new single from Merival, the solo-musical project of Toronto’s Anna Horvath. The track is taken from Lesson, the LP she releases on June 21st. You can pre-order vinyl and digital versions of it right now from her Bandcamp page.

Lydia Ainsworth: “Can You Find Her Place”

Photo by Bryan Huynh

Together sound and vision are bright and lavish, thoughtful and smooth. “Can You Find Her Place” is the seamlessly-made, buoyantly-performed new single from Toronto’s Lydia Ainsworth, and Abby Ainsworth has directed its Botticelli-referencing new video. The track is taken from Phantom Forest, the album she releases on May 10th. You can pre-order vinyl, CD and digital versions of it from her Bandcamp page now.