Hiss Golden Messenger released a video for the track “Tell Her I’m Just Dancing.” Stereogum describes the song as “a slow-building, keys-driven churner with sparse rhythmic guitar hits and a splash of warm saxophone” with a video depicting “a rich, black-and-white jam session with a soulful, passionate performance from the band.” The track, along with the previously released song “Biloxi,” appears on the upcoming album, Heart Like a Levee, due out October 8th via Merge Records. Listen to the track below and see Hiss Golden Messenger on tour.
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Angel Olsen released a video for the song “Sister.” NPR Music describes the video as “both epic and reflective… a slow, hazy burn shot around L.A. and the Joshua Tree National Park.” The song, along with the previously released tracks “Shut Up Kiss Me” and “Intern,” appears on her upcoming album, My Woman, due out September 2nd via Jagjaguwar. Watch the video below and see Angel Olsen on tour.
Muuy Biien premiered a new video for the song “Another Chore” via Brooklyn Vegan. The song is the first single from their upcoming album, Age of Uncertainty, due out October 28th via Autumn Tone. Watch the video below and see Muuy Biien on tour.
Flock of Dimes premiered a new track, “Everything Is Happening Today,” via Rookie. The accompanying article describes the track as evocative of “the exhilarating feeling you get while diving, and the moment right between taking a leap and hitting the water.” The song is the second single from their upcoming record, If You See Me, Say Yes, due out September 23rd via Partisan, following the previously released track “Semaphore.” Listen to the track below and see Flock of Dimes on tour.
Hoops‘ self-titled debut EP is now streaming in full. The Fader describes the record as “jangly and waterlogged but also cacophonous, like a cassette-quality Wall of Sound.” Hoops is due out August 26th via Fat Possum. Listen to the album below and see Hoops on tour.