Beach House will release 7, the group’s seventh full-length record, on May 11 via Sub Pop.
Yuno celebrates signing with Sub Pop by sharing the feel-good lead track from his forthcoming debut for the label. Yuno both stars in and directs the No Going Back video and offers this of the visual, “The video pretty much represents how I was feeling when I wrote this song. Kind of wandering around, not… Read more »
Here is Lemon Glow from Beach House‘s forthcoming new album, due later this spring from Sub Pop/Bella Union/Mistletone.
Forth Wanderers will release their self-titled sophomore full-length album on April 27 via Sub Pop. Pre-order it here.
Frankie Cosmos release their new album Vessel on March 30 via Sub Pop.
On March 2, Los Angeles’ Moaning will release their impassioned self-titled debut on worldwide through Sub Pop. The 10-track album, featuring Don’t Go along with highlights ‘Artificial’, ‘The Same’, and ‘Misheard’ was recorded and engineered by Alex Newport in Los Angeles. Moaning have delivered a charmingly chaotic, black and white visual for “Don’t Go,” which… Read more »
Shabazz Palaces have shared a powerful new video for Since C.A.Y.A., the elastic and transportive track from the group’s acclaimed Quazarz: Born on a Gangster Star. The new visual stars Shabazz Palaces’ Palaceer Lazaro with footage shot by director Kahlil Joseph, cinematography by Marcus Reposar, and is helmed by returning collaborator Stephan Gray (“Dawn in… Read more »
Strange Peace, the excellent new METZ album, is available now from Sub Pop Records (Worldwide, ex-Canada) and Royal Mountain Records (in Canada). In METZ’s new video for Drained Lake, director Shayne Ehman (who also directed the band’s video for Cellophane) highlights no less than the transient nature of time and space, through cutlery and kitchen… Read more »
Wolf Parade have shared a new, double video and sci-fi film entitled Cry III (King of Piss and Paper / Artificial Life), directed by Brook Linker, which soundtracks the closing tracks from Cry Cry Cry, the group’s acclaimed new album.
Bully release their forthcoming new album Losing, the follow up to their 2015 breakthrough Feels Like, on October 20 via Sub Pop.