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DENNY Share New Tune ‘Girls Like You’

Minneapolis, Minn. trio DENNY released their second, long-awaited single Girls Like You. Following their 2016’s single Bloom, Girls Like You is an explosive tune that builds off of the synth beats and echoing percussion the band is known for. Beginning with a lonely vocal track,

JAY SOM Unveils Visuals for ‘The Bus Song’

Jay Som, the musical project of Oakland, CA-based songwriter Melina Duterte, has released a vibrant and heartwarming new music video for her lead single The Bus Song, off of debut album Everybody Works. Directed by Duterte’s friend Michelle Zauner of Japanese Breakfast, the video is

HAIM Reveal Visuals for ‘Little Of Your Love’

California-raised HAIM released new video in a set of stunning collaborations with Paul Thomas Anderson. Preceded by short film Valentine, that detailed the recording process of several songs off of Something To Tell You, the music video for Little Of Your Love follows similar stylistic

WHITE ROOM Release New Single ‘Cable-Built Dreamland’

Brighton-based indie outfit White Room have released their newest single Cable-Built Dreamland, off of forthcoming double EP Eight. Cable-Built Dreamland examines the current political and social climate of the world. Frontman Jake Smallwood describes the tune as being “about people’s narcissistic obsession with how they

SIMIAN GHOST Release New Track ‘Climb The Walls’

Swedish outfit Simian Ghost have unveiled their newest single Climb The Walls, off of their forthcoming self-titled endeavor, out this week. From the band’s humble beginnings as a recording project of lead singer Sebastian Arnström, Simian Ghost have grown immensely, earning international praise. Climb The

YUMI ZOUMA Share Video for New Single ‘Half Hour’

Yumi Zouma have released their fourth and final single from upcoming album Willowbank, set to be released October 6th via Cascine. The band’s self-directed video is a simple black-and-white recording with an extreme sense of awareness. This feels appropriate as the lyrics explore death and what