Hand Habits Yr Heart Soundcloud stream new music Saddle Creek

Hand Habits – ‘Yr Heart’ Soundcloud stream


Released as part of Saddle Creek‘s Document series which highlights some of esteemed label’s favourite acts who are not yet part of their family, Hand Habits (also known as Meg Duffy to her friend and family) is an artist you’ll want to hear more from after just one listen. Hailing from upstate New York, the…

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Everything Everything – ‘Desire’ video stream


Excitement is already at breaking point for ‘A Fever Dream’, Everything Everything‘s fourth album. Now, it will go up another level after the Manchester masters of oddball pop revealed their new single, ‘Desire”. A synth-led intro dives into the bands more math-rock elements before it takes a typically EE turn into 80s power pop with…

Leprous – ‘Stuck’ video stream


Leprous are a Norwegian band who have toured with Agent Fresco and label mates Devin Townsend Project. They’re all set to release their fifth album, ‘Malina’, on 25 August. ‘Stuck’ is the second single to be unveiled from it and it’s a burst of guitar-led math pop that combines the riffs of Queens of the…

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Everything Everything – ‘A Fever Dream‘ (live) This video sees Everything Everything showcase the title track from their new album in all its glory.  It opens in uncharacteristically sparse and piano-led fashion, giving plenty of space for Jonathan Higgs’ falsetto to breathe. Within a minute, the glitchy Radiohead-esque elements to come in before the bass…

Murderhouse – ‘BURYMEbeneathGRUBBS’ video stream


Signed to Hanger Records, Brighton’s Murderhouse are a four-piece emo-punk band who play interesting shows with cool bands (their upcoming Brighton gig with itoldyouiwouldeatyou and Orchards looks like it will be a blast) and they also have a healthy disregard for capitalisation and spacing, judging by the title of ‘BURYMEbeneathGRUBBS’. Anthemic from its very first…