Indigo De Souza – ‘Kill Me’


Indigo De Souza has signed to Saddle Creek and announced details of a vinyl reissue of her 2018 debut album , ‘I Love My Mom’. Inspired by Sparklehorse, Arthur Russel, The Microphones and Happyness, the album was released with little fanfare but the songs soon racked up millions of streams on Spotify. The album title…

Spirit of the Beehive – ‘There’s Nothing You Can’t Do’


Spirit of the Beehive have signed to Saddle Creek and announced details of new album ‘Entertainment, Death’ (due out 9 April). To celebrate this news, they’ve also shared the Ryan Schnackenberg-directed video for lead single ‘There’s Nothing You Can’t Do’. The new record has been entirely self-recorded and produced by the now three-piece while ‘There’s…

Tomberlin – ‘Projections’ EP review


Sarah Beth Tomberlin follows up 2018’s beautiful ‘At Weddings’ album with her new EP, ‘Projections’. This release follows appearances on Jimmy Kimmel and tours with emo heroes including American Football, Alex G and Andy Shauf. The EP opens in subtle style with ‘Hours’, an understated song that reminded us of Tim Kasher’s solo material with…

Tomberlin – ‘Wasted’


Tomberlin has shared the Busy Philipps-directed video for ‘Wasted’ ahead of the release of new EP ‘Projections’ on 16 October via Saddle Creek (pre-order now). The EP is co-produced by Alex G and Sam Acchione and follows 2018’s ‘At Weddings’ album. Sarah Beth Tomberlin says it was the ‘most fun song to record’ and asks if…

Land of Talk – ‘Weight of that Weekend’


Elizabeth Powell’s Land of Talk have announced details of new album ‘Indistinct Conversations’ (out on 15 May via Saddle Creek – pre-order) and shared new single ‘Weight of That Weekend’. Elizabeth says the song ‘is a recognition of having been on the receiving end of a lifetime of sexual coercion, assault, boundary violations, and subsequent…