Another ten tracks to start the week off!
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And here are the individual tracks/info:
Partner Look – Partner Look
Partner Look’s new, self titled track is the opening song from their new album By The Book. The albums title features heavily in this quirky indiepop track. By The Book will be released by Trouble In Mind Records next February. You cab pre-order it from here.
Blanco Tranco – Trophy Hunting
Trophy Hunting can be found on the band’s debut EP I’ve Been Dying To Tell You. Catchy indiepop with post-punk influences woven throughout.
Jetstream Pony – Seven Days
The Shop Window – Lay Of The Land
The Shop Window go all Britpop on us with their new single Lay Of The Land. Very laddish, 1990s sounding and confident with it too.
Dentist – Spilled Coffee
The new single from New Jersey based Dentist is an indiepop song resplendent with punk influences and a great vocal performance.
Artsick – Despise
Artsick are Christina (The late Burnt Palms), Mario, (Kids On A Crime Spree) and Donna from (Hard Left, Lunchbox). Despise is taken from their forthcoming album Fingers Crossed which will be released by Slumberland Records on January 21st 2022. This one is very Shop Assistants like which is one of the best things it could be in my book!
Kids On A Crime Spree – When Can I See You Again
Staying with Slumberland and Mario, who fronts Kids On A Crime Spree, When Can I See You Again is taken from the bands forthcoming new album Fall In Love Not In Line. Noisy, fuzzy and heavily C86 influenced. What’s not to like? Pre-order from here.
Triangle Rain Club & Drew Keenan – Upside Down
Very Jesus and Mary Chain influenced and that’s not just the song’s title. I will have to check out this years previous four singles at some point too.
Roy – Retro
Roy consists of John McNulty (vocals), David Weeks (bass/keyboards) and Rodric Yates (guitars/drums). Retro is taken from their new (debut?) album Cassette Dive and has the air of The Trashcan Sinatras about its person thanks to it’s luscious melodies and vocals.
Farewell Horizontal – Advertiser’s Dream
Advertiser’s Dream is one of the stand out tracks for me from the Melbourne based act’s new album You’re Not An Empath. Indiepop that is laden with plenty of hooks to draw you in.