Wednesday, February 08, 2017

Watch: Flyte Release Live Video For "Echoes"

London indie rock/pop band Flyte have released a live video for their lovely single "Echoes".

The song is part of our current playlist and is is the first to be taken from their upcoming debut album.

The video was made by Balan Evans. Take a look below.



(facebook.com/flyteband)

New Entry: Catholic Action Unleash New Single "Doing Well"

Glasgow indie rock/glam four-piece Catholic Action have unleashed their new single "Doing Well".

The song was recorded and produced by Catholic Action singer/guitarist Chris McCrory and mixed by Tom Longworth (Vryll Society, Xam Volo).

The band also announce their signing to new independent label Modernsky, who will release their debut album later this year.

Stream the track below.



(facebook.com/catholicactionband)

New Entry: Orchin Drop New Single "Ego Deathbed"

Los Angeles shoegaze/dream pop band Orchin (lead by Jeremy McLennan) have dropped their dreamy new single "Ego Deathbed".

The song is the first single from their upcoming self titled debut EP, out on March 17th. 

About the EP, McLennan posted: "The record is a response to my hyper critical view of myself and my music, and this is the song that all the others stem from." 

Pre-order the EP here and stream "Ego Deathbed" below.



(facebook.com/orchinmusic)

New Entry: The Away Days Share New Single "Downtown"

Turkish dream pop/shoegaze outfit The Away Days have shared their new single "Downtown".

The song is taken from their upcoming debut album 'Dreamed at Dawn', which will be out on February 17. Pre-order your copy here.

Have a listen it below.


(facebook.com/theawaydays)

New Entry: Novella Premiere New Single "Thun"

London-based dream pop band Novella have premiered their brand new single "Thun".

The song is taken from their forthcoming sophomore album 'Change of State', set to arrive on February 17 via Sinderlyn Records. Pre-order your copy here

About the track, the band told thebeatjuice: "‘Thun’ is the name of a place in Switzerland we visited on tour last year. It is incredibly beautiful but the journey there was the most terrifying experience we had on the trip, driving through snow, having to turn around and drive back on ourselves, driving on narrow roads on cliff edges, and ultimately having to cancel the show. The song tries to capture how we felt on this journey and actually emerged from a pretty natural 9 minute jam we recorded on our phone that we decide to come back to when we were finishing the album. The theme of the song explores the nature of borders and freedom of movement; the randomness of who this applies to and to whom it doesn’t."

Listen below. 



(Facebook)

Watch: ADULT. Air "They're Just Words" (Feat. Douglas J McCarthy) New Video

Detroit's electro-punk outfit ADULT. have aired the video for their latest single "They're Just Words".

The song, featuring Nitzer Ebb's Douglas J McCarthy, is part of our current playlist and is taken from their upcoming collaborative album 'Detroit House Guests', which will be out on March 17 via Mute Records.

The video was directed by Hazel Hill McCarthy III. Watch it below.

New Entry: Cold Beat Unveil New Single "62 Moons"

San Francisco post punk/synth pop band Cold Beat (lead by Grass Widow bassist Hannah Lew)  have unveiled their new single "62 Moons".

The song is the lead single from their forthcoming third studio album 'Chaos By Invitation', set to arrive on April 7 via Crime On The Moon. Pre-order your copy here.

Have a listen below.


(facebook.com/coldbeatsf)

Watch: Merchandise Reveal Music Video For "Right Back To The Start"

Tampa FL, post-punk band Merchandise have revealed the video for their current single "Right Back To The Start".

The song is taken from their latest album 'A Corpse Wired For Sound', released in September last year via 4AD. Grab it here.

The video was directed by Merchandise frontman Carson Cox. Watch it below.


(facebook.com/wmerchandise)