Perfume Genius will be performing a track from his latest album, Too Bright, tonight on the Late Show with David Letterman. Late Show airs on CBS at 11:35 ET/10:35 CT. Too Bright, which Rolling Stone called ”one of 2014′s best, most surprising new albums,” is out now via Matador. Tune in tonight.
Angel Olsen premiered a new track, “May As Well,” via NPR. The song, which Consequence of Sound claims “succeeds on the strength of her voice and gut-wrenching lyricism,” is featured on the digital deluxe edition of Burn Your Fire For No Witness, out November 18th via Jagjaguwar. Listen to “May As Well” and see Angel Olsen on tour.
HAIM have teamed up with Calvin Harris to premiere a new song entitled “Pray To God.” The song, which Stereogum says “boasts that effervescent swagger that made Days Are Gone so satisfying,” is featured on Harris’s upcoming album, Motion, out Nov. 4th via Sony. Listen to “Pray To God.”
THUMPERS have premiered a new song entitled “Devotee,” featuring vocals by Hunger Games actress Jena Malone. The song — which Clash calls a “glistening pop jammer” – will be included on the band’s follow-up to their debut album Galore, the forthcoming “Together” EP, out November 19th on Sub Pop. Listen to “Devotee” below.
Billions would like to proudly announce the latest addition to our roster, Layla. The London-based artist draws from her classical piano training and background in English literature to create lush and powerful songs that maintain a sense of honesty and intimacy.
Deep Sea Diver premiered a new video for the track “One by One,” via Entertainment Weekly. Directed by the band’s drummer Peter Mansen, the video captures a dancer and his unique style of dance. “One by One” appears on the “Always Waiting” EP, out now via Bandcamp. Watch the video for “One by One” and see Deep Sea Diver on tour.