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…

Crake – ‘Enough Salt (For All Dogs)’


Crake, a Leeds-based four piece who were asked to go on tour with Big Thief after impressing their guitarist Buck Meek during a support slot at one of his solo shows at the Brudenell Social Club, have shared new single ‘Enough Salt (For All Dogs)’. As part of Saddle Creek’s Document series, the song will…

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…

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Frances Quinlan – ‘Now That I’m Back’


Hop Along’s Frances Quinlan has shared ‘Now That I’m Back’, the second single to be taken from her upcoming debut solo album, ‘Likewise’ (out on 31 January via Saddle Creek). An intimate song about the power and ever-changing and evolving nature of love, it opens with slow, stirring guitar before Frances starts pouring her heart…

Ada Lea signs to Saddle Creek, shares new single ‘The Party’ and announces debut album ‘What We Say in Private’


New Saddle Creek signing Ada Lea has shared the video for ‘the party’ ahead of the release of her debut album ‘what we say in private’ on 19 July (pre-order here). Hailing from Montreal, Ada’s sound is both intimate and powerful and this slow-building song offers the perfect introduction. Recalling the emotional atmospherics of early…

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Hand Habits – ‘Can’t Calm Down’ stream


Los Angeles-based Hand Habits have announced details of their new album ‘placeholder’ (out via Saddle Creek on 1 March) and released a stunning video for the poignant lead single ‘can’t calm down’. An eerie folk song in the vein of Kevin Devine fronting The War On Drugs, ‘can’t calm down’ took around three years to…