Savage Mansion Karaoke stream

Savage Mansion – ‘Karaoke’


Following praise from the likes of Goldflakepaint, The Skinny and The List and ahead of a tour supporting label mate Pictish Trail, Glasgow indie-rockers have announced details of their upcoming second album ‘Weird Country’ (out on 3 April via Lost Map) and shared lead single ‘Karaoke’. Described by singer, songwriter and guitarist Craig Angus as…

Margaret Glaspy – ‘Killing What Keeps Us Alive’


Margaret Glaspy has shared the Alex Chaloff-directed video for ‘Killing What Keeps Us Alive’ and announced UK tour dates ahead of the release of new album ‘Devotion’ on 27 March (ATO Records). Her first record since 2016’s ‘Emotions and Math’, ‘Devotion’ is described as ‘a collection on 12 love songs, reflecting the phases of romance…

Orchards Sincerely Overwhelmed

Orchards – ‘Sincerely Overwhelmed’


Orchards have shared new single ‘Sincerely Overwhelmed’ ahead of the release of long-awaited debut album ‘Lovecore’ (out on 13 March via Big Scary Monsters). A song that explores coming to terms with the fact you might not be handling difficult times as well as you think you are, it’s bursting with the four-piece’s trademark jaunty…

Babehoven Only So video Demonstrating Visible Difference of Height

Babehoven – ‘Only So’


Philadelphia-via-Los Angeles band Babehoven have shared the video for ‘Only So’, the third single to be taken from upcoming EP ‘Demonstrating Visible Difference of Height’ (out 7 February). Maya Bon says ”Only So’ was written to communicate a moment of despair. This song represents my intention to draw a line in the sand, to set…

Floral This Year

Floral – ‘This Year’


Hailing from the San Francisco Bay area, math rock duo Floral have shared ‘This Year’ – their first new single in half a decade – ahead of the release of their new self-titled LP on 15 February (pre-order via Bandcamp here). Recorded and produced by Jack Shirley (Deafheaven, Jeff Rosenstock), ‘This Year’ is a twisting,…

Wolf Parade Julia Take Your Man Home

Wolf Parade – ‘Julia Take Your Man Home’


Wolf Parade have shared the Chad VanGaalen-directed video for ‘Julia Take Your Man Home’ – a song that appears on the band’s eagerly awaited fifth album ‘Thin Mind’ (Sub Pop/Royal Mountain Records). The song takes you back to indie discos of the mid-00s from its very first Franz Ferdinand-meets-The Rapture beats before evolving into something…