Kelz has a new single Sometimes out today (3.22) through Brooklyn based Bayonet Records. The single features Alex Siegal, another artist we love. Check out our review of Sometimes. Bayonet was founded by Beach Fossils, which they release through. Kelz released her debut album 5am and I Can’t Sleep through Bayonet last year (May 6, 2022).
Stevie Nel has a new single out on Thursday called Spiral. He has release three single so far that have a great bedroom pop sound.
Cathedral Bells will be releasing a single + video on Friday. The song is called All Under The Sky. Their new album, Everything At Once, is coming on May 19 via Born Losers Records. Preorders for the album will be available at the end of this week. Born Losers is home of CD Ghost, Jaguar Sun, Midi Memory, Stray Fossa, Surf Rock is Dead, just to name a few.
Norwegian bedroom pop group Benedikt is also releasing a new single How Did I End Up Here on Friday. Benedikt’s album Why Are You Dreaming drops April 28.
Indie songwriter Matt Pond of Matt Pond PA has a new band called The Natural Lines. Their self-titled debut LP is out this Friday through the great Bella Union (Beach House, I Break Horses The Innocence Mission, and many names you’ll recognize). You can hear three singles from The Natural Lines album and find their music videos.
And can I run a synthpop blog without mentioning the new Depeche Mode album? Memento Mori is coming out Friday, bringing us twelve new tracks. This will be their fifteenth studio album since they began in 1981. Half of their albums came out between 1981 and 1991, before music shifted in the 1990s. Thankfully there have been plenty of singles, remixes, compilations, and live albums during their 42 years of existence.
Next week brings us new albums from Deerhoof, City and Colour, The Hold Steady, and The New Pornographers. The forthcoming Deerhoof album Miracle-Level was engineered by Mike Bridavsky (Lil Bub) of Bloomington’s Russian Recording.
We will update this post updated with more releases and song streams.
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