Auckland-based psych/dance/pop two-piece Dual (aka Maurice Miller and Jamie Pyne) have unleashed the video for "Green Eyed".
The song is part of our current playlist and came out in December last year. Grab it here.
Speaking about it, Maurice said: "I met a girl and was drawn to her by her green eyes and felt a strong connection. The situation was less than ideal, I trusted my instincts and her eyes kept drawing me back to her"
Boston alt rockers Pixies have announced the release of their new album 'Beneath the Eyrie'.
The band' seventh full-length and follow-up to 2016's Head Carrier, was produced by Tom Dalgety and recorded last December at Dreamland Recordings near Woodstock, NY, and the title is a reference to an eagles nest outside their recording studio. It will be out on September 13th. Pre-order your copy here.
According to a statement from the band, the new songs consist of “tales of witches, Daniel Boone, misfits and other characters fit utterly into the band’s inherent weirdness.”
Check out the album's tracklist and listen to lead single "On Graveyard Hill", below.
Beneath the Eyrie tracklist:
01. In The Arms Of Mrs Mark Of Cain
02. On Graveyard Hill
03. Catfish Kate
04. This Is My Fate
05. Ready For Love
06. Silver Bullet
07. Long Rider
08. Los Surfers Muertos
09. St. Nazaire
10. Bird Of Prey
11. Daniel Boone
12. Death Horizon
California dance-punk outfit !!! (Chk Chk Chk) have aired the video for their newest track "UR Paranoid".
The double A-side Single ‘UR Paranoid / Off The Grid’, is out now via Warp Records. Grab it here.
“Who doesn’t feel paranoid or want to get off the grid right now? There’s more good times and heartbreak to come… we promise. But we wanted to start you off with a couple of peak timers that were written on dark and stormy nights. Really excited to be hitting the road with these new songs, we’ve already been playing them and they are fucking killing. It’s rare that you finish a song knowing exactly who you want to direct the video, but that’s exactly what happened with UR paranoid, and we were lucky to get our friend Amanda Lovejoy Street to direct the clip. She says the video is a nod to experimental theater, low budget psychological horror films, Saul Steinberg, Carl Jung. So… listen to these jams loud and expect a lot more from us very, very soon.”
– !!! (Chk Chk Chk)
London-based indie rock band Spector have dropped their new single "I Won't Wait".
Speaking of the song, frontman Fred Macpherson said: “’I Won’t Wait’ is about patience being pushed to its limits, and the mental and emotional gymnastics we use to stay friends (or lovers) with people as we see all our own worst traits reflected back in them. It’s all the thoughts you have when you’re mindlessly staring at your phone in bed at night when you should have been asleep an hour ago - the things you never say that you’ve forgotten by the morning.”