Posted on Friday 6th March 2020 at 14:30
As spring creeps in, we celebrate all things new this week with brand new music from JARV IS..., DISQ, Hamilton Leithauser and more.
Check out plenty of fresh releases below!
JARV IS… - House Music All Night Long
The first single from JARV IS…’s long awaited debut LP, Beyond The Pale, has been released in the form of House Music All Night Long. The record will be Jarvis Cocker’s first for over a decade and “unlike the moodier sound of ‘Must I Evolve,’ ‘House Music…’ is much more playful and will get you instantly dancing around your living room.” (SPIN)
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DISQ – Collector
Described as “a chronicle of teenage life in middle America so sharply observed that you could cut yourself on it,” Wisconsin five-piece DISQ have released their spellbinding debut record, Collector. Packed with relatable themes, woozy instrument parts and “lyrics that simmer with self-awareness serving as the record’s backbone,” it is a brilliant first full length that will only further their development.
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Hamilton Leithauser – Isabella
Hamilton Leithauser has finally officially confirmed new record, The Loves Of Your Life (out 10th April), and coincided it with another new single – Isabella. The visuals show Leithauser be given a haircut by New York based singer-songwriter Maggie Rogers and it made him cry. Truly captivating.
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Peach Pit – Black Licorice
Vancouver indie-pop outfit Peach Pit have teased another track from forthcoming LP, You And Your Friends. This time, Black Licorice opens with swirling psychedelic-esque guitars and the feel-good vibes carry on throughout the three-and-a-half-minute track. As one of the best live bands in the world right now, it will be interesting to hear the new tracks later this year in Manchester, Leeds, Bristol and London.
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SHEAFS – Vox Pop (ep)
To say there is a huge buzz around SHEAFS right now would be an understatement. Atwood Magazine have lead the reviews, claiming “what The Strokes’ Is This It? did for its generation of post-90s, disappointed drifters, SHEAFS are doing for the fraught twenty-somethings of today.” Not planning on filling the shoes of The Strokes themselves, but with accolades like that it is time to acknowledge their fierce sound and embrace their post-punk brilliance.
Buy your SHEAFS tickets here.
Boston Manor – On a High Ledge
Ahead of the release of their highly anticipated third record, Glue, Blackpool punks Boston Manor have released On a High Ledge. Once again turning their sound on its head (after Everything Is Ordinary and Liquid), frontman Henry Carden uses the track to explain “I’ve always hated the term ‘man up – a big problem that we have to tackle is men’s inability to seek help.”
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Check out all of this week's new releases in our Spotify playlist: