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Japanese Breakfast – Boyish

Japanese Breakfast has shared Boyish, the latest from her forthcoming album, Soft Sounds From Another Planet. Of the song, Michelle Zauner says “Craig Hendrix [band member and the album’s co-producer] and I wanted to produce this sort of grandiose Roy Orbison-esque ballad. We wanted the chorus to have big arrangements, lots of harmonies and synth… Read more »

Kevin Morby – 1234

Kevin Morby will release his new record City Music on June 16 via Dead Oceans. The forthcoming album follows Kevin Morby’s excellent 2016 LP, Singing Saw. His fourth album, City Music works as a counterpart to Morby’s acclaimed 2016 release Singing Saw, an autobiographical set that reflected the solitude and landscape in which it was recorded…. Read more »

Japanese Breakfast – Machinist

Japanese Breakfast has shared a music video for Machinist, the lead single from her upcoming new album, Soft Sounds From Another Planet, due out July 14 on Dead Oceans. The follow up to Japanese Breakfast’s critically acclaimed debut is a work of self-reflection that looks out at the cosmos in search of healing, finding inspiration… Read more »

Kevin Morby – Aboard My Train

Kevin Morby will release his new record City Music on June 16 via Dead Oceans. The forthcoming album follows Kevin Morby’s excellent 2016 LP, Singing Saw. His fourth album, City Music works as a counterpart to Morby’s acclaimed 2016 release Singing Saw, an autobiographical set that reflected the solitude and landscape in which it was recorded…. Read more »

Slowdive – Sugar For The Pill

UK shoegaze pioneers Slowdive have announced their self-titled fourth studio-album will be released on May 5 via Dead Oceans. The forthcoming record is preceded today by their beautifully understated new single, Sugar For The Pill, which follows the release of Star Roving, their first new song in 22 years. Slowdive’s stargazing alchemy is set to… Read more »

Kevin Morby – Come To Me Now

Kevin Morby will release his new record City Music on June 16 via Dead Oceans. The forthcoming album follows Kevin Morby’s excellent 2016 LP, Singing Saw. His fourth album, City Music works as a counterpart to Morby’s acclaimed 2016 release Singing Saw, an autobiographical set that reflected the solitude and landscape in which it was recorded…. Read more »

Strand of Oaks – Rest of It

Strand of Oaks, led by Philadelphia’s Tim Showalter, will release their new album, Hard Love, on February 17 via Dead Oceans. On the forthcoming follow up to 2014’s HEAL, Showalter is joined by producer Nicolas Vernhes (The War on Drugs, Spoon) and guitarist Jason Anderson, on an album that harnesses Showalter’s unrelenting energy and channels… Read more »

Slowdive – Star Roving

Slowdive have returned with a brand new song, Star Roving, the band’s first new material since 1995’s Pygmalion. Slowdive’s vocalist/guitarist/keyboardist Neil Halstead had this to say about the song in a press release: “When the band decided to get back together in 2014, we really wanted to make new music. It’s taken us a whole… Read more »

Strand of Oaks – Radio Kids

Strand of Oaks, led by Philadelphia’s Tim Showalter, will release their new album, Hard Love, on February 17 via Dead Oceans. On the forthcoming follow up to 2014’s HEAL, Showalter is joined by producer Nicolas Vernhes (The War on Drugs, Spoon) and guitarist Jason Anderson, on an album that harnesses Showalter’s unrelenting energy and channels… Read more »