Tuesday, May 28, 2019

New Entry: Taffy Premiere New Single "Inner Nerd"

Japanese indie pop/shoegaze band Taffy have premiered their new single "Inner Nerd".

The song is taken from their upcoming fifth studio new album "Deep Dark Creep Love", set to be released on July 5th via Club AC30.

Stream it below.



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Watch: The Snuts Reveal Music Video For "All Your Friends"

Whitburn, West Lothian indie rock/alt band The Snuts have revealed the video for their newest single "All Your Friends".

The song is part of our current playlist and is out now through Parlophone Records. Grab it here.

Speaking of the track Jack Cochrane explains “Reflected in the lyrics and the artwork ‘All Your Friends’ is new twist on a familiar social stigma around the drug epidemic that nobody seems to want to talk about”. He continues “keeping in tune with the passionate tones of The Snuts this is a rawer, more direct addition to the catalogue.”

Watch the video below.



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Watch: Rubaiyat Drop Lyric Video For "Heaven"

Los Angeles doom-wop/indie rock band Rubaiyat (lead by singer/songwriter Joel Carl Heinrich) have dropped a lyric video for their latest single "Heaven".

“Heaven” is a song about longing in that moment one feels when they click with someone unexpectedly. There is a joyful exuberance in Joel’s lyrics as he sings ‘I cannot believe my luck/ I found a new friend” and continues into a Lynchian chorus where he laments the impermanence of life and cries out “I want to die/So we can go to Heaven/ There’s nothing bad in Heaven” as if he could lock away this moment in time and extend his euphoria with death. The song itself is an almost satirical take on the idea of an afterlife; “Heaven” both celebrates the joy of finding someone you can love and purports the notion that nothing good ever happens on earth so get out before it all falls apart.

It will be out on July 5. Pre-order it here., and watch the clip below.



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Watch: Hippo Campus Unleash Music Video For "Honestly"

Minnesota indie pop/lo-fi band Hippo Campus have unleashed the video for their latest single "Honestly".

The song is part of our current playlist and is taken from their sophomore album 'Bambi', which came out in September 2018. Get your copy here.

The video was animated by Noah Farrar. Take a look below.


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Watch: Her's Unveil Music Video For "She Needs Him"

Liverpool surf-pop duo Her's (aka Stephen Fitzpatrick and Audun Laading) have unveiled the video for their catchy single "She Needs Him".

The song is part of our current playlist and is taken from their debut album ‘Invitation To Her’s’, which came out in August 2018 via Heist or Hit. Buy it here.

The video was directed by Sébastien Séjourné. Watch it below.



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Watch: Sacred Paws Share Music Video For "Almost It"

Glasgow//London indie pop/punk duo Sacred Paws (Rachel Aggs and Eilidh Rodgers) have shared the video for their newest single "Almost It".

The song is taken from the band's sophomore album  'Run Around The Sun', which comes out this Friday, May 31st, via Rock Action Records. Buy it here.

The video was directed by Jack Barraclough. Check out below.



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Watch: Waater Release Music Video For "Stardust"

Japanese noise pop/shoegaze/lo-fi band Waater have released the video for their latest single "Stardust".

The song is part of our current playlist and is taken from their second EP 'Escapes', which came out on May 17. Grab the single here.

The video was directed by the band. Watch it below.



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Watch: French Vanilla Reveal Music Video For New Single "Lost Power"

Los Angeles post-punk/no wave quartet French Vanilla have revealed the video for their new single "Lost Power".

The song is taken from their upcoming sophomore album 'How Am I Not Myself?', set to be released on June 7 via Danger Collective. Pre-order your copy here.

The video was directed by Ryan Sluggett. Watch it below.



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