Wow. The music keeps on coming. Another ten tracks for your listening pleasure.
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Peaness – Worry
Worry is the second single to be taken from the forthcoming long player World Full Of Worry and it should come as no surprise that the title of the album comes from this track. A track about the impact of a relationship breakup.
Sugar For The Pill – Drink Conium
Greek band Sugar For The Pill obviously cannot wait for the release for their debut album Wanderlust because it feels like this is the third single to be lifted from it in as many weeks. Mind you it’s another cracking post-punk influenced dreampop track. I hope the album is gonna have some bite left!
Coming Up Roses – Slingshots
Slingshots is the latest single from Singaporean based Coming Up Roses. It’s a track that switches from the gentle and dreamy track to one packed to full-on noisy shoegazing guitars.
Veps – Ballerina (Norah)
Another lovely pop song from Oslo’s Veps. Whilst not as immediately accessible as the previous single His Brother it’s charms soon grow on you.
Bedchamber – Tired Arms
Tired Arms is the first we have heard from Jakarta’s Bedchamber in just over four years (despite the incorrect date on Bandcamp!). And this mix of post-punk and indiepop is certainly worth the wait. No fancy words needed for this one – just give it a spin!
Onyon – Shining River Utah
Quirky post-punk courtesy of Leipzig’s Onyon. Shining River Utah is taken from the bands’ very interesting indeed debut self titled album.
Black Doldrums – Sad Paradise
Remember JAMC’s second album Darklands? North London’s Black Doldrums certainly do on this track, and many others, found on their new album Dead Awake. A dark post-punk presence also lingers over the album. As if that’s a bad thing eh?
Sea Lemon – Turn Away
Another day, another Sea Lemon track. Catchy indiepop from Seattle. Sounder than most. I will get me coat…….
Ferri-Chrome – How Could I Feel You?
How Could I Feel You? is reminiscent of the sound of when Shoegaze was finally absorbed by guitar-orientated brit-pop. It’s taken from the bands latest album Dazzling Azure which is out now on Testcard Records. Cue more crazy and expensive Japanese pricing!
The Klittens – Pristine Blue
Pristine Blue is the third, and best, single to be taken from the forthcoming mini-album Citrus from the Dutch indiepop band The Klittens. There is some nice fuzziness in their too amongst the jagged guitars.
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