Spectral Nights March 2021 Playlist


We’re getting there, aren’t we? Not long now until we can see friends and family outside and then there will soon be the chance to actually see people under roofs. Anyhow, March 2021 has been another solid month for new music and here’s a Spotify playlist with a song from every act we’ve covered over…

The Antlers – ‘Wheels Roll Home’


The Antlers have shared ‘Wheels Roll Home’ – the band’s first new material since 2014’s ‘Familiars’ album. Lead singer and songwriter Peter Silberman says the track is ‘a simple song about the hopeful promise of reunion after a long time gone’ and from its very first note, it radiates warmth and charm. Deliberately understated and…

TV Priest – ‘This Island’


DIY heroes TV Priest have shared ‘This Island’ ahead of the release of their eagerly awaited debut album ‘Uppers’ on 13 November (Hand in Hive). Entirely self-recorded, it follows 6 Music plays for all of their previous singles and has cover artwork from the band’s frontman Charlie Drinkwater (who also designed the latest Fontaines D.C.…

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Roxy Girls – ‘Dirtier’


Roxy Girls have announced details of new EP ‘A Wealth of Information’ (out on 5 June via Moshi Moshi Records) and shared the lead single, ‘Dirtier’. Clocking in under two minutes, there is a sense of the calm before the storm as jaunty guitar hooks gradually join the sole drums in its first 30 seconds…

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Ducks Unlimited – ‘Get Bleak’ EP review


Following praise from Pitchfork and The Line of Best Fit and a slew of highly regarded singles, Toronto indie rockers Ducks Unlimited have shared their debut EP ‘Get Bleak’. Released via Madrid’s Bobo Integral records, the four tracks find the band showcasing their joyful and jangly sound. The EP opens with the title track and…

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Babehoven – ‘Maybe I’m Bitter’


Babehoven (or Maya Bon to friends and family) has shared the video for ‘Maybe I’m Bitter’ ahead of new EP ‘Demonstrating Visible Difference of Height in February next year. The stunning video has been directed and animated by transdisciplinary artist and Pataphysician Brin Gordon, who is currently earning their masters degree in Experimental Animation at…