Billions proudly announces our newest client, Mt. Joy. Hailing from Philadelphia, Mt. Joy is the brainchild of duo Matt Quinn and Sam Cooper. The band’s debut single, “Astrovan” has over 2,000,000 streams on Spotify, and recently reached the #9 spot on the US Viral Spotify charts and #21 on the Global Viral Spotify charts. The San Francisco Chronicle described the track as “a great feel-good song,” and in a review of the song, The Matinee wrote “we are intrigued by Mt. Joy and eager to hear about their upcoming release.”
Priests‘ new album, Nothing Feels Natural, is now streaming in full via NPR Music. The accompanying article describes the album as “embody[ing] the spirit of punk — while fully embracing the R&B, pop and experimental layers that course through the band’s discography — present[ing] itself as a broken and abstract view of what it means to live in a broken and abstract society.” Nothing Feels Natural is due out January 27th via Sister Polygon Records. Listen to the album below and see Priests on tour.
Muuy Biien released a video for the track “Moral Compass.” Clrvynt calls the video “gothic and grotesque — and maybe a little bit romantic.” The track appears on their album, Age of Uncertainty, available now via Autumn Tone. Watch the video below and see Muuy Biien live.
Timber Timbre released a video for the track “Sewer Blues.” NPR Music describes the song as “a grim take on America’s future.” The track will appear on their upcoming album, Sincerely, Future Pollution, due out April 7 via City Slang. Watch the video below and see Timber Timbre on tour.