Will Butler (Arcade Fire) – ‘Surrender’


Arcade Fire’s Will Butler has shared new single ‘Surrender’ ahead of the release of new solo album ‘Generations’ on 25 September via Merge Records (Waxahatchee, Caribou, Destroyer). Opening with handclaps, a bluesy riff and call-and-response lyrics (‘Remember? I don’t know! You told me? Maybe so! You wanted to surrender’), it has a bit of back-to-basics…

Sarah Walk – ‘Unravel’


Sarah Walk, a graduate of Berklee College of Music (St. Vincent, Aimee Mann and Melissa Etheridge are also alumni) signed to One Little Independent Records, has shared new single ‘Unravel’ ahead of the release of her new album, ‘Another Me’, on 28 August. The single finds her sharing her experiences as a queer woman and…

Lomelda – ‘Wonder’


We’ve been fans of Lomelda for a while now and are really excited to hear that her new album ‘Hannah’ will be arriving via Double Double Whammy on 4 September. To whet the anticipation further, she has now released the video for its lead single, ‘Wonder’. Lomelda’s Hannah Read says the song is ‘about working…

Slow Pulp – ‘Idaho’


Following shows with Alex G and praise from Stereogum, KEXP and The Fader, Slow Pulp have announced details of their debut album ‘Moveys’ (out on 9 October via Winspear) and shared lead single ‘Idaho’. With a focus on personal challenges (both physical and mental), the record was written following vocalist and guitarist Emily Massey’s diagnosis…

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Bully – ‘Every Tradition’


Bully have shared the video for new single ‘Every Tradition’, the latest single to be taken from new album ‘SUGAREGG’ (released on 21 August through Sub Pop). The video was co-directed by Alicia Bognanno with Alan Del Rio Ortiz: ‘After we tested out this method (me shooting alone at my house and sending the footage…

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Chappaqua Wrestling – ‘Football’


Following praise from NME, DIY and BBC 6 Music, Brighton duo Chappaqua Wrestling have shared new single ‘Football’. Opening with 45 seconds of fuzz that makes way for a circular and woozy riff that is reminiscent of Evan Dando or Cloud Nothings, the song finds lead singer Charlie Woods trying to figure out his place…

Pozi – ‘176’ EP review


Named after a London bus route that runs all the way from Penge to Tottenham Court Road, Pozi’s new EP ‘176’ finds the political punks discussing everything from paranoia to social anxiety, jealousy and fever dreams – so, a potential soundtrack to 2020? ‘Whitewashing’ opens the EP with angular stop-start guitar hooks and stuttered vocals…