Tuesday, May 11, 2021

Watch: The Pleasure Dome Unveil New Single/Video "Pretty Picture"

Bristol punk/alt band The Pleasure Dome have unveiled the video for their punchy new single "Pretty Picture".

The song, produced by Theo Verney, is out today (May 11). Get it here.

Speaking about it, singer and guitarist Bobby Spender says that “self love is important. It’s important for our mental health, our relationships and even to our dreams and ambitions. Sometimes you wonder if anyone will love you, first love yourself. 'Pretty Picture' is inspired by everything from the nursery rhyme, 'Mary Mary Quite Contrary' to Show Me The Body, Metronomy's album 'Nights Out' and The Beatles the song 'Taxman' - it presents the idea of people's desire to share their lives on social media, with their superficial sand castles soon lost to the scrolling tide."

The video was shot on location at Strange Brew in Bristol, Ashton Gate, Southville, Hotwells and College Green. Watch it below.


Watch: New Candys Share New Single/Video "Zyko"

Italian shoegaze/dark/new wave band New Candys have shared the video for their new single "Zyko".

The song is taken from their forthcoming new album 'Vyvyd', which will be available on June 4 through Little Cloud Records / Dischi Sotterranei / Fuzz Club. Pre-order your copy here.

Watch/listen below.



Watch: Seasurfer Air Music Video For "Pretend"

Hamburg noise pop/dream punk/shoegaze band Seasurfer have aired the video for their latest single "Pretend".

The song is part of our current playlist and is taken from their album 'Zombies', which came out in December 2020 through Reptile Music. Get your copy here.

Songstress Apolonia explains: “It’s one of my favourites. Humans ‘pretend’ all the time – sometimes unconsciously, sometimes not. Playing make-belief, behaving one way, yet feeling the opposite. In relationships, in politics for imaginary excitement or simply survival. There was something hypnotic about Dirk’s first instrumental version that caught me immediately, so the words shot straight out of me. I love when that happens: when the music, the lyrics and later the visuals become one. The video director JH Rochereuil also understood the atmosphere of the song perfectly.”

Watch the below.


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Sleater-Kinney Announce New LP 'Path Of Wellness', Stream "Worry With You"

Portland, OR rock/punk band Sleater-Kinney have announced the release of their new album 'Path Of Wellness'.

The follow-up to 2019’s The Center Won't Hold, has been produced by St. Vincent, and will be out on June 11th via Mom+Pop. Pre-order your copy here.

Speaking about the record, they say: “We wrote it last spring and summer, holed up in Portland, and recorded it in late summer and early fall. This is the first S-K record we’ve produced ourselves. The entire process relied upon taking stock of who and what was nearby, upon generosity of time, spirit, and input, but mostly upon a mutual love, need, and gratitude for making music.”

Check out the album's tracklist and watch the video for lead single "Worry With You below.

Path Of Wellness Tracklist:
01. Path of Wellness
02. High In The Grass
03. Worry With You
04. Method
05. Shadow Town
06. Favorite Neighbor
07. Tomorrow's Grave
08. No Knives
09. Complex Female Characters
10. Down The Line
11. Bring Mercy


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New Entry: Oscar Lang Releases New Single "Are You Happy?"

London-based indie/alternative artist Oscar Lang has released his new single "Are You Happy?".

The song is taken from his forthcoming debut album 'Chew The Scenery', which will be available on 16th July through Dirty Hit. Pre-order your copy here.

Speaking about it Lang says: “I wrote this tune about a mate that was having a really hard time and I wanted to let them know that I was there for them. I think it’s important to reach out to friends and family when they’re not doing great. It can be hard though, trying not to be too overbearing but I feel like this song is a great way of telling someone that you care about them.”

Stream it below.