Chelsea Rose – ‘Let Go’


Los Angeles-based artist Chelsea Rose has shared new single ‘Let Go’ ahead of the release of debut album ‘Truth or Consequences’ via Paul is Dead Records later this year. The new single is ‘About the moment of bliss and fear when you take a big leap of faith. It’s the thrill that comes with trusting…

Good Looks – ‘Bummer Year’


Austin band Good Looks have shared ‘Bummer Year’, the title track from their forthcoming debut albim of the same name. Inspired by how people can be so easily swayed by movements that they become unrecognisable, the song opens with twinkly emo-tinged guitars and wistful lyrics about how old high school friends might make mistakes but…

Life – ‘Friends Without Names’


Life have shared ‘Friends Without Names’ ahead of the potential release of their third album next year. Recorded in the dead of night with producer Luke Smith in a chapel below Hull, vocalise Mez Green says the song ‘is the anchor and and blueprint for our next record. In a remote part of Eastern England,…

Wet Leg – ‘Too Late Now’


After releasing two of the most vibrant songs of the year – and featuring on so many Top Tips for 2022 lists – Wet Leg have shared the video for new single ‘Too Late Now’ and announced details of their debut album, also called ‘Wet Leg’, which will be out on 8 April via Domino.…

Blood Red Shoes – ‘Morbid Fascination’


Blood Red Shoes have shared new single ‘Morbid Fascination’ ahead of the release of their sixth album ‘Ghosts On Tape’ via Velveteen Records on 14 January, 2022. The album came together despite both members living on opposite sides of the Atlantic with Steven Ansell saying: ‘It’s been a loooong time since we both lived in…

Good Good Blood – ‘Green Bank’


Spectral Nights favourite Good Good Blood has shared ‘Green Bank’ ahead of the release of new album ‘The Dizzying Parade’ via Team Love Records on 21 January 2022. With more distorted tones from the outset and a brooding bass pushing things along, this alt-folk piece has an underlying menace as James Smith’s muffled yet rasping…