Massage – ‘Half a Feeling’


Los Angeles-based indie rockers Massage have shared new single ‘Half a Feeling’ ahead of the release of new album ‘Still Life’ via Mt. St. Mtn on 25 June. With its tender tones, Ronettes-esque drums and bittersweet observations about love (‘You thought I was different but you were wrong, we’re like the lyric of a country…

English Teacher – ‘R&B’


Released as part of Nice Swan Records (Sports Team, Pip Blom, Hotel Lux) ‘Nice Swan Introduces…’ series, English Teacher’s ‘R&B’ is a powerful and loud piece of art rock with a delicate edge as Lily Fontaine delivers words about caring for someone so much that you end up writing them R&B – even if these…

Rachel Sermanni – ‘Travelled’


Rachel Sermanni has shared ‘Travelled’ ahead of the release of new EP ‘Swallow Me’ on 2 June. The new EP was written while Rachel was pregnant, and this song finds her looking back on past experiences and sights with evocative nostalgia: ‘Held many a gaze, now cannot look away’. Rachel talks about preparing for a…

Mumble Tide – ‘Sucker’


Bristol-based bedroom pop duo (and real-life couple – they met through Gumtree when Gina Leonard put out an advert for a bassist and also ended up with a boyfriend in Ryan Rogers) Mumble Tide have shared new single ‘Sucker’ via Nothing Fancy Records. Already a favourite of Lauren Laverne, Steve Lamacq and our friends over…

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Bnny – ‘Time Walk’


Bnny – the moniker of Chicago-based artist Jess Viscuis – has announced she has signed to Fire Talk records and shared the video for new single ‘Time Walk’. The single, which features on the soundtrack to the final season of Shrill, is ‘About the clarity you find when in motion – walking, driving, running. It’s…

Armlock – ‘Turf War’


Australian duo Armlock have shared new single ‘Turf War’ ahead of the release of debut album ‘Trust’ on 2 June. Released via Solitaire Recordings (home to Spectral Nights favourites Kate Davis, Little Kid and Common Holly), the band have already received praise from NPR, Stereogum and NME. Opening with drawling vocals and a restrained alt-folk…