Monday, June 14, 2021

Watch: The Institutes Air "I Just Can't Keep Myself From Loving You"

Coventry indie rock/britpop band The Institutes have aired the video for their new single "I Just Can't Keep Myself From Loving You".

The song is out now through 42 Records. Grab it here.

Speaking about it the band says: "It’s a song about passionate unconditional love for something or someone, without any choice, no matter what they put you through, no matter what they think of you or what they give in return. Love-Hate relationships, addictions anything that might be a burden of love, a commitment of passion and pain."

Watch/listen below.

New Entry: Love Object Premiere New Single “High Heels (Kabluki)”

Russian electro pop/darkwave band Love Object have premiered their new single "High Heels (Kabluki)".

“High Heels (Kabluki)” is the latest missile from the elusive Moscow duo who debuted on our After Dark 3 compilation last year. Get it here.

“High heels are a tertiary sex characteristic & can be seen as a weapon as well as a symbol of female dominance. We chose aggressive tones, violent rhythms, & powerful monolithic phrasing to illustrate this idea.” – Love Object

Take a listen below.

King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard Share Music Video For "Yours"

Australian psych-rockers King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard have shared the video for their  newest single "Yours".

The song is taken from their new album 'Butterfly 3000' out last Friday (June 11). Get it here.

The video was shot and directed by John Angus Stewart. Take a look below.

Watch: Drug Store Romeos Release "Secret Plan" Music Video

Hampshire indie band Drug Store Romeos have released the video for their latest single "Secret Plan".

The song is part of our current playlist and is taken from their upcoming debut studio album 'The world within our bedrooms', which will be available on 25th June through Fiction Records. Pre-order your copy here.

“‘Secret Plan’ was written during the first lockdown,” say the band, “when the only time I could write was between 2am-7am because I live with 12 very noisy people. I wanted to make a purple song so I turned off all lights apart from my colour changing bulb which I made a magenta purple. It was pitch black outside so I was totally immersed. The light guided me in the choice of tonality, and my situation and setting must have influenced the rhythm and notes. I think it turned out pretty purple.”

Watch the video below.