Tuesday, February 13, 2018

New Entry: Strange Cages Unveil New Single "Hypothalamus Blues"

Brighton based psych/garage/punk band Strange Cages have unveiled their new single "Hypothalamus Blues".

The song will be out this Friday (February 16) via Vallance Records.

Buy it here and stream it below.


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New Entry: Grounders Share New Single "Scum For You"

Toronto based psych pop/new wave four piece Grounders have shared their new single "Scum For You".

The song is taken from the band's forthcoming new album , set to be released on February 23 via Nevado music. Pre-order your copy here.

In the band's own words, 'Coffee & Jam' is: “50% Cure tinged sad boy love song 50% Waylon Jennings piss soaked saloon. A love song from the perspective of a guy who eats only at gas stations but has very well curated collection of Boss guitar pedals.”

Have a listen below (via Culture Collide). 


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Watch The Vaccines Release "Nightclub" Live Video

London-based indie rockers The Vaccines have released a live video for their newest single "Nightclub".

The song is part of our current playlist and is taken from their upcoming fourth studio album ‘Combat Sports’, set to arrive on March 30. Pre-order your copy here

Watch the video below.


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Watch: Preoccupations Reveal Music Video For New Single "Antidote"

Canadian post-punk band Preoccupations (formerly known as Viet Cong) have revealed the video for their new single "Antidote".

The song is taken from their upcoming new album 'New Material', which will be out on March 23 through Jagjaguwar. Pre-order your copy here

ABout the song, the band explain: "Antidote" is about humans forgetting that we’re apes, it’s about trying to make sense out of something that we’d be better off not trying to make sense of. It’s about having infinite knowledge at our fingertips, but still making all the wrong choices over and over. It’s about trying to find a moment in your day where you can take a breath and remember that we’re basically all just animals bumbling around."

Michael Wallace and Evan Pearce directed the video, watch it below.