Four years after their second full-length Wildflowers and 2020’s “We Will Always Love You” (with Blood Orange), Australian Melbourne based band The Avalanches have announced the release of a new album. We Will Always Love You will be out on December 11th via Astralwerks. Check the new tracks called “Music Makes Me High” which features Denzel Curry, Tricky, and Sampa The Great.
Rising Liverpool-based artist Pixey is surrounded by glitz and glamour in 90s cinematic aesthetics in her new single and video “Just Move.” With its swollen beats, “Just Move” breathes into you like a dance fever. The only irony in this whole party mood is that Pixey is dancing solo in the video, capturing the isolation that we’ve been living with this year.
New Order have released their first new single in five years titled “Be A Rebel.” The track was initially scheduled to drop prior to their Unity Tour with Pet Shop Boys this fall, but those dates have been postponed to fall 2021.
The past 12 months has been the ultimate rollercoaster for rising Norwegian singer/songwriter/producer Marie Ulven, better known as girl in red. She has released her new single ‘Rue’, It was partially inspired by the character of Rue in HBO’s Euphoria.. The song marks the first glimpse of her not-yet-announced debut album, due sometime in the near future.
A couple months back, German dance producer Roosevelt, real name Marius Lauber, returned with a new single, “Sign,” his first material since the 2018 full-length Young Romance. Today, he’s sharing another new track, “Echoes,” a strobe-lit and expansive cut that locks into an insistent groove and periodically explodes into bright colors.
Working Men’s Club have today shared the video to Valleys, the latest track to be taken from their self-titled 10-track album. The album, initially slated for June but postponed due to the Covid crisis is now released on Friday October 2nd2020.
Glass Animals has shared a new song called “It’s All So Incredibly Loud,” which will appear on the band’s forthcoming album, Dreamland.
The track, which is available now for digital download, is accompanied by a video starring frontman Dave Bayley as he stands on a diving board, contemplating whether or not to jump into the pool. “The entire song is only about three seconds of life,” Bayley explains. “I think most people have been in a position where they have had to tell someone something that they knew was going to devastate them. Something that would change their life.”