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Video: DIANA – Strange Attraction

DIANA share the George Fok-directed video to their latest single, Strange Attraction. The track is taken from DIANA’s wonderful debut, Perpetual Surrender, which is out now on Jagjaguwar. Pick up a copy of Perpetual Surrender here, or just get lost to Born Again one more time…

Sharon Van Etten – Taking Chances

Last week, Sharon Van Etten announced the eagerly-awaited follow-up her excellent and widely-praised 2012 album, Serpent. This week the Brooklyn singer-songwriter treated us to Taking Chances, the promising lead single from her forthcoming new record Are We There. Are We There is out May 26 on Jagjaguwar.

Angel Olsen – Hi-Five

On February 18, Angel Olsen will release her sophomore album Burn Your Fire for No Witness, and today the Jagjaguwar-signed singer-songwriter followed-up the exceptional Forgiven/Forgotten with a new track entitled Hi-Five. While Forgiven/Forgotten was more of a full-on rocker, Hi-Five sees Angel Olsen exploring a slightly more Alt-Country aesthetic. “To lay it out simply: ‘Hi-Five’ could very well be… Read more »

Angel Olsen – Stars

Following Forgiven/Forgotten, Jagjaguwar-signed singer-songwriter Angel Olsen has shared another track from her upcoming new album, Burn Your Fire for No Witness. Stars was premiered by Belgian radio show Signaal/Ruis, and you can catch it on the  5:45 minute-mark below. Burn Your Fire for No Witness drops February 18 through Jagjaguwar. Signaal/Ruis: 20131213 by Signaalruis on Mixcloud

Angel Olsen – Forgiven/Forgotten (Official Video)

Angel Olsen has shared the official video for her recently released single, Forgiven/Forgotten. The track is taken from her forthcoming sophomore record, Burn Your Fire for No Witness, which is due February 18 through her new label Jagjaguwar. Pre-order your copy of the album here.

Angel Olsen – Forgiven/Forgotten

Singer-songwriter Angel Olsen will release her sophomore effort, Burn Your Fire for No Witness, on February 18 through her new label Jagjaguwar. The first track to be lifted from the album is a real humdinger, called Forgiven/Forgotten. It’s an infectious slice of fuzzy garage-rock in which Olsen’s intense vocals stand out. Check it out.