Irish band NewDad has a new single and music video called Ladybird, out via Fair Youth, produced by Chris Ryan, and mixed by John Congleton.
Yot Club released the first single from his forthcoming EP, ‘Santolina’. The new single, ‘Alive’, is a highly anticipated track, following the viral explosion of his ‘YKWIM?’ single. The EP will be released through Nice Guys, which Ryan Kaiser of Yot Club talked with Puddlegum earlier this year. Also, Ryan released a music video for ‘Alive’.
TOPS quietly release a new single, ‘Waiting’, as they continue a month-long tour across the United States.
Omi Gelacio talks with Puddlegum about his new dream pop Views From Space project. He also released the incredible debut single, ‘POV’, and music video, today. The song mixes, “dreamy, reverb, jangle guitars and vocals.”
Beauty Queen released a third single, ‘Hope It’s You’, and music video from what we assume will be an album of songs through Sleep Well Records. This track is really polished, produced by Henry Moser of Henry Nowhere, and Beauty Queen’s Katie Iannitello. A banjo opens the song and appears in the chorus, giving the song a fitting emotional edge.
Clean Hands is the bedroom pop project of Nick de Ryss, drummer for Day Wave. He has released two singles so far and they’re brilliant!
Hovvdy released their fourth single and music video, ‘Blindsided’, from their ‘True Love’ LP, which drops October 1.
While so many albums today feel like a conglomeration of singles, JW Francis’ WANDERKID full-length is a phenomenal cohesive piece.
Sydney artists Suiix released a powerful music video for The Great Nothing. This single blends analog synths, and an atmospheric sound, with weaving melodies. This is dream pop that you can get lost in. The Great Nothing by SUIIX...
A surprise EP from Vern Matz, a limited cassette from Secret Attraction, the debut LP from Mini Trees, and a single + video from The Forms.
Barrie released ‘Dig’, her first single since being featured on ford.’s 4:38am track. ‘Dig’ is fairly stripped back and percussive.
Family Time released their first single in three years today, dropping New Positions. The single is a jazz and indie blend, utilizing space for each layer to fully develop.
NewDad released a music video for ‘How’, their debut single that they released in March, 2020.
New singles from Orchid Mantis, Henry Nowhere, and Black Marble, and a new EP from Hank Midnight. Stream them on Puddlegum!
Midi Memory is a new minimal synth side-project of Matt Messore of Cathedral Bells. They discuss their second single, ‘Anywhere, Anytime’ with Puddlegum.
Hovvdy released two singles and music videos, Junior Day League and Around Again. Both are fantastic, and will be on True Love, October 1.
Ruby Haunt released ‘Roman candle’, the second single from their forthcoming ‘Watching the Grass Grow’. They also released a music video.
Black Marble released ‘Somewhere’, the first single (and music video directed by Théo Sixou) from his fourth LP, ‘Fast Idol’. The album will be released on October 22 through Sacred Bones.
Eyeclimber has a new dream pop single called Doomed. The band also has a new EP coming out in August, 2021.
Kowloon released a full-length of playful, melancholic in tone, and are self-described as “danceable love songs.”