Posts Tagged ‘new single’

Mega Bog

Mega Bog Announce Debut Album ‘Gone Banana,’ Stream “Year of Patience”

After 5 years of self-released material and re-writing songs, Mega Bog are finally ready to share their debut album. Titled Gone Banana, the album drops September 23 via Couple Skate and showcases the group’s lo-fi jazz rock sound. Finally, a band you and your dad can agree on.

With Kevin Ayers and Steely Dan influences, the band have traces of psychedelia and mall jazz in their songs while keeping the songwriting core tender. Lead single “Year of Patience” introduces the band nicely with a strutting saxophone line and Erin Birgy’s coy vocals, taking on the sounds of Ariel Pink, Prefab …

Wildcat! Wildcat!

Hear Wildcat! Wildcat!’s New Single “Holloway (Hey, Love)”

Los Angeles trio Wildcat! Wildcat! recently recorded their full-length debut, No Moon at All, set to come out on August 5 via Downtown Records. Co-produced with collaborator Morgan Kibby (M83, White Sea), the record sees the electronic indie pop group creating “an emotionally rousing world” all of which is captured on ten tracks. We’ve already heard the lead single “Hero,” and today we get to hear “Holloway (Hey, Love).”

The new song is a bright blend of reverb drums, thin layers of synth, and harmonies worth singing with friends that maintains an intimacy throughout. Give it a …

SBTRKT Wonder Where We Land

SBTRKT Announces New Album, Shares Single feat. Vampire Weekend’s Ezra Koenig

UPDATE: Stream “New Dorp, New York” feat. Ezra Koenig below.

Earlier this year, UK producer SBTRKT dropped a surprise EP out of nowhere. Today, he has announced the release of Wonder Where We Land, his highly-anticipated follow-up to his 2011 self-titled debut. Oh 2014, how sweet you are. The album artwork is above and a creepy trailer for the album can be seen after the jump.

SBTRKT will premiere the album’s first single on Zane Lowe’s BBC Radio 1 program later this afternoon. The best part? It features Vampire Weekend frontman Ezra Koenig. Stay tuned for a stream of …

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Kanye West Announces New Single “All Day,” Explains Why Jay Z and Beyonce Missed His Wedding

GQ magazine’s latest issue stars none other than Kanye West and his cover story is an extensive interview that delves into new music, his wedding, and what he thinks of Drake (“Let’s be honest—he got last summer.”). The most exciting bit of the interview is that Kanye does announce he has a new single on the way titled “All Day” that will drop in “the next couple of weeks.” According to Kanye, it’s a club song (like “Don’t Like” or “Niggas in Paris”). As for the album, it’s coming in “most likely September.”

Read more about the new track in …

Bishop Allen Lights Out

Listen to Bishop Allen’s New Single “Why I Had To Go”

Brooklyn indie pop group Bishop Allen will be returning to the scene this year when their first album in five years, Lights Outdrops August 19 via Dead Oceans. They reminded us why we love them with their uber catchy lead single “Start Again,” and now they’re keeping us wrapped around their finger with “Why I Had To Go.”

“Why I Had To Go” has an effortless smile strung on its face, reminding us why we first fell in love with Bishop Allen back in 2003. The single starts with punchy keys that lean back gently when …

thousand foot krutch

Thousand Foot Krutch Share “Born This Way”

People may not know this, but Thousand Foot Krutch originally rose to fame for being a Christian answer to the nu-metal wave sweeping North America in the early 2000s (proof). Over the years, however, they evolved into a straightforward rock outfit that could not be further from the world of rap unless they added a twang-heavy acoustic guitar track. There’s nothing wrong with that evolution, of course, but after you hear their latest single you may find their origin story pretty amusing.

The member of Thousand Foot Krutch turned to YouTube shortly after midnight this morning to upload …

ODESZA In Return

ODESZA Announce New Album ‘In Return,’ Stream “Memories That You Call”

Seattle producer duo ODESZA have been rising in popularity with quiet confidence and noticeable talent for a short time now. Their sold out shows and buzzing festival crowds gather around to hear the band that Pretty Lights, Bonobo, and Emancipator have brought with them on tour out of a love for their music. Today, at long last, the two have announced they’ll be releasing a new album in the fall.

The album, titled In Return, drops September 9 via Counter Records with the promise of being more mature, coherent, and absolutely stunning. Finally As usual, there will be pop hooks …

Perfume Genius

Perfume Genius Announces New Album ‘Too Bright,’ Streams Single “Queen”

Seattle songwriter Mike Hadreas, aka Perfume Genius, is back with his third full-length LP, Too Bright, and it’s due out September 23 via Matador. The follow-up to 2012′s gorgeous Put Your Back N 2 It was self-recorded along with Portishead’s Adrian Utley and features a guest appearance from PJ Harvey collaborator John Parish.

Hadreas has shared single “Queen” and it takes on a much braver, bolder stance than his previous record. As a gay musician who has undergone all sorts of traumatic experiences, he has a way of crafting his life experiences into songs that touch at intimate …

Sleepwave

Sleepwave Announce Debut Album, ‘Broken Compass,’ Stream New Song

Following a series of cryptic teaser images, earlier today, Sleepwave set the music community abuzz with the news that their long-awaited debut, Broken Compass, will hit shelves September 16 via Epitaph Records. In celebration of said announcement, the Spencer Chamberlain-fronted outfit also debuted the album’s first single, “Through The Looking Glass.” Give it a listen after the break.

“I’ve been keeping Sleepwave a secret for so long now, I’m just excited to get this music out there for the world to hear,” said Chamberlain.

Though a little more mainstream than most expected, the group’s latest effort is …

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Listen to Speedy Ortiz’s New Single “Bigger Party”

Boston indie rock group Speedy Ortiz were one of several bands listed on Adult Swim’s Summer Singles series for this year, joining the list alongside Wye Oak, The Field, Miguel, Run the Jewels, Dan Deacon, and more. Today we get to hear their contribution to the series, “Bigger Party.”

Keeping in line with the grunge pop of 2013’s Major Arcana and this year’s Real Hair EP, Speedy Ortiz serve up a joyful slew of alt-rock riffs and and power chords that, much like before, keep you smiling with snark. With a chorus like “I’m sorry for the time I made …

Bat For Lashes

Listen to Bat For Lashes’ New Song “Skin Songs”

What do pathologists, neurologists, stem cell researchers, and hospital surgeons have in common? They’re all recording an album, of course.

Okay, okay, so it’s not just medical nerds gathering around to see how sine waves match up with sound, but rather some seriously smart medical experts teaming up with UL musicians to create a collection of songs inspired by the body’s organs. Ghostpoet, Goldie, and Bat For Lashes are the first three artists to step up to the plate. When working with the medical experts, these musicians have learned “why a chosen organ works and fails” and how to create …

Whirr Sway

Whirr Announce New Album, Share “Mumble”

Nick Bassett is a busy guy. After leaving Deafheaven to play bass in Nothing, he later started a new shoegaze project called Whirr and, throughout all of this, toured. Now Whirr is releasing their second full-length, Sway. The LP, which was recorded by Sunbather producer Jack Shirley, drops September 23 via Graveface and can be pre-ordered here.

Whirr have shared “Mumble” off the album to prove that it will indeed be a succinct, celestial, doom-drenched piece of shoegaze. The song keeps things short, staying under three minutes, but stomps around with the soft but heavy padding of a …