British Columbia indie rock/pop band Yukon Blonde have revealed their new single "I Wanna Be Your Man".
The song will feature on the band's forthcoming third studio album 'On Blonde', which will be released on June 16th through Dine Alone Records and Caroline UK. We have already heard "Saturday Night" and "Como".
English indie rock band The Cribs have released their new track "Orange Star Rattle".
The track is taken from their new single 'Different Angle', available on very limited Neon Pink 7". Different Angle is taken from their latest album 'For All My Sisters'. Get the single here.
About the track the band said: "This song is kind of a first for us, in that it is the first and only song that we have ever recorded without any of the band members being in the same room at any one time. As a rule we like to record live, but for this song the fragmented nature of our personal lives meant that it was necessary for us to be dragged kicking and screaming into the 21st century.
We have always believed that B-sides are a really important part of our output as a band - they are frequently held up as favourites by our die-hard fans - so have always made every effort to make sure that each of our single releases are accompanied by brand new tracks. 'Orange Star Rattle' was a pretty grand undertaking for a B-side, so hopefully that stands testament to our commitment to giving you guys value for money and to the power of the 7"!
London indie rock four-piece Wolf Alice have shared the video for "Bros".
The song is taken from the band's forthcoming debut full-length 'My Love Is Cool', which will be out on June 23rd via Dirty Hit/ RCA. Pre-order your copy here.
About the track, the band said: "Bros is a sentimental tune to us, it's grown and changed with us over the past couple of years, taking on different shapes and forms until it evolved into being this definitive album version. It's an ode to childhood imagination and friendship and all the charm that comes with that".
The video was directed by ‘Sblood. Watch it below.