Gordi debuted a new video for the track “Nothing’s As It Seems,” via Stereogum. Named an Artist to Watch, Stereogum praised Gordi’s music as “work of absolute splendor… expansive yet elegant.” “Nothing’s As It Seems” appears on the EP, Clever Disguise, out July 8th via Jagjaguwar. Watch the video below and see Gordi on tour.
Oh Pep! premiered a video for the track “Doctor Doctor,” via Stereogum. The accompanying article describes the song as “an instantly captivating synthscape.” The song appears on the upcoming album, Stadium Cake, due out June 24 via Dualtone. The album includes the previously-released track, “Bushwick.” Watch the video below and see Oh Pep! on tour.
Sarah Jarosz released a video for the track “House of Mercy.” NPR describes the song as “a perfect introduction to the new Sarah Jarosz. The lyrics are sharp, even cruel; the guitars are low and steady; and Jarosz’s vocal carriage is uncharacteristically (and deliciously) unyielding.” The track appears on the upcoming album, Undercurrent, due out June 17 via Sugar Hill Records. Watch the video below and see Sarah Jarosz on tour.
Cate Le Bon released a video for the track “Love Is Not Love.” Directed by Phil Collins, the whimsical video finds Le Bon in a church alongside a group of colorfully dressed interpretive dancers. The song appears on the album, Crab Day, out now on Turnstile/Drag City. The album includes the previously-released track “Wonderful.” Watch the video below.
Wolf Parade were Friday’s musical guest on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert. The band performed a medley of two new tracks, “C’Est La Vie Way” and “Floating World,” from their recently-released EP4, out now via Sub Pop. Watch the performance below and see Wolf Parade on tour.
Charly Bliss released a video for the track “Ruby.” The A.V. Club describes the song as “a midtempo anthem of fuzzed-out excellence, hearkening back to the days of mid-’90s scruffy rock exuberance.” The song comes as a follow-up to their 2014 self-released EP, Soft Serve, out now. Watch the video below and see Charly Bliss on tour with PUP.
Freakwater premiered a video for the track “What the People Want,” exclusively on She Shreds. The animated video, directed by Kathleen Judge, takes influence from women around the world who have been silenced by gender-based violence. The song appears on their latest album, Scheherazade, out now on Bloodshot Records. Watch the video below and see Freakwater on tour.
D.D Dumbo released a video for the track “Satan.” Directed by Jim Elson, the video was shot mainly in and around D.D Dumbo’s hometown of Castlemaine, Australia, as well as on the salt plains of northern Victoria and a derelict swimming pool in a tiny town near the Grampians ranges. The song comes as a follow-up to self-titled EP, out now via The Blue Rider. Watch the video below.
Pixx released a video for the track “Baboo.” The video compliments the song’s theme of friendship, specifically with songwriter Hannah Rodgers’ best friend, Alice, who she says “has shown me so much about the world and whose friendship I cherish more than anything else.” The song is the first new music since last year’s debut EP, Fall In, out now via 4AD. Watch the video below.