It’s Bandcamp Friday once more and here are three new singles that popped up in my inbox this morning.
Tomates en Verano – Anestesiada
Anestesiada is the third single to be lifted from Argentinian band Tomates en Verano’s forthcoming album Todos Los Días Son Felices. It’s a gloomy sounding song and the drums give the song some resemblance to New Orders’ In A Lonely Place. The album will be released later this year on Casa del Puente Discos. In the meantime, you can pick up this single and the previous two from the label’s Bandcamp page.
Hazy Sour Cherry – Summer Demo
Tokyo based Hazy Sour Cherry (also a name for a lovely beer I had the other week) have just released two songs under the title Summer Demo. The band, who are signed to London’s Damnably label, produce two short and catchy rock and roll inspired songs which seem to be the aforementioned label’s forte these days. Not that I am complaining!
Summer Demo is available here.
Port Sulphur – Olive Avenue/Green Water
The new single from Port Sulphur Olive Avenue is one of the highlights (and there were many!) found on Port Sulphur’s debut album Compendium which was released in April. It certainly encompasses the history of Scottish indiepop in both sound and personnel. It’s backed with a new work in progress track Green Water. The final version should appear on the band’s second album due for release next year.
Olive Avenue/Green Water is available as a free download from The Creeping Bent Organisation.