Cornwall-based folk singer-songwriter Ben Howard has returned with a new single, ‘Walking Backwards’. The track is the latest cut from Howard’s forthcoming album, Is It? The release will arrive on June 16th as his fifth full-length record and follows in a similar thread to his last album, 2021’s Collections From The Whiteout.
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Best Covers: Guy Gerber & Desire ‘Can’t Get You Out Of My Head’
Desire is a Canadian electronic music band from Montreal, formed in 2009. The band consists of vocalist Megan Louise and producer Johnny Jewel (a former member of Chromatics and Glass Candy). They covered Kylie Minogue’s hit Can’t Get You Out Of My Head with Guy Gerber.
The muses of La Musa: Ane Brun
Norwegian alt-pop chanteuse Ane Brun is releasing two new compilations tomorrow, with Songs 2013-2023 collecting some of her best work in the last decade. Meanwhile, Portrayals sports some of Brun’s popular cover tunes. Both albums are being released on the artist’s label, Balloon Ranger Records. Brun is also heading out on her 20th-anniversary tour of Europe, kicking off in Helsinki later this year.
Divus Julius presents: Water From Your Eyes
For the past three years Brooklyn’s Water From Your Eyes have been evolving and experimenting with their sound. At their core, the duo of Nate Amos and Rachel Brown make experimental pop music, songs you can dance to, songs that will stick in your head long after you’ve heard them. The sound of Water From Your Eyes is far more expansive however, is blissfully unclassifiable.
In a couple weeks, Water From Your Eyes are releasing a new album, Everyone’s Crushed, and they’ve shared the unconventional bangers “Barley” and “True Life” from it already. Today, they’re sharing the album’s third single, the discordant and quietly yearning “14,” which comes with a music video directed by the group’s own Rachel Brown.
Music by Bergman: Sparks
Though they never had any major hits in the U.S., their presence has long been felt in corners big and small. The core duo of brothers Ron and Russell Mael have been at it since the late ’60s, making music that has always been out of step with the conventional idea of rock and roll. Their music can recall the past as it plunges you deep into the future. Not bad for a couple of misfits from Los Angeles.
Sparks have returned to Island Records after almost 50 years to release their 26th studio album, ‘The Girl Is Crying In Her Latte’. Cate Blanchett stars in the track’s official music video,
Hit of The Week: Depeche Mode ‘Ghosts Again’
Depeche Mode have released a new single ‘Ghost Again’ from their upcoming album ‘Memento Mori’.
The new single from the legendary English electronic band’s 15th full-length album to date also comes paired with its own music video. The four-minute clip shows members Dave Gahan and Martin Gore playing chess on a rooftop juxtaposed against a city skyline, as well as performing together in a cemetery.
The single’s release lands alongside new information about the band’s new album, which will be released on March 24 through Columbia. ‘Momento Mori’ marks the group’s first LP since the passing of founding member Andy Fletcher last year.
Hit of The Week: Daughter ‘Be On Your Way’
Seven years on since they released their album ‘Not To Disappear’, Daughter – aka Elena Tonra, Igor Haefeli and Remi Aguilella – are back with the news that their third album ‘Stereo Mind Game’ will be out on 7th April. Sharing first single ‘Be On Your Way’.