indie Rock

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The Darcys Announce New Album “Fear & Loneliness”

By: Staff – The Darcys have announced their new album, Fear & Loneliness, will arrive November 13 via The Darcys Inc./Warner Music. The Los Angeles-via-Toronto duo also released the record’s second single, “Off The Deep”, which you can stream below.  Discussing the single, Jason Couse from the group stated, “‘Off the Deep’ is about embracing the unknown … Continue reading

Exclusive Premiere: Stream King Park’s New Single “Stuck In The Middle”

By: Staff – Hamilton-based indie band King Park are back with a brand new single “Stuck In The Middle”, which you can stream exclusively via Aesthetic Magazine below. “Stuck in the Middle” is both a confession and an accusation, expressing my own inability to move forward following a breakup,” said the band. “You can hear … Continue reading

Yukon Blonde Announce New Album “Vindicator”, Share New Single

By: Staff – Vancouver-based indie rock band Yukon Blonde have announced the release of their fifth album, Vindicator, which is set for release on November 13th via Dine Alone. The band also released a lyric video for their new single “You Were Mine”, which you can watch below. With Vindicator, Yukon Blonde – Jeffrey Innes … Continue reading

Sam Roberts Band Announce New Album “All of Us”

By: Staff – Sam Roberts Band have been teasing fans with new music all summer and today the band are excited to officially announce the release of their upcoming brand-new studio album All Of Us out October 16 via Secret Weapon / Known Accomplice Records. Pre-Order here. All Of Us arrives in the middle of … Continue reading

The Hives Announce “Live at Third Man Records” LP, Share “Hate To Say I Told You So”

By: Staff – The Hives have announced the release of the direct-to-acetate recording of their new live album titled The Hives: Live At Third Man Records. Recorded from Third Man Records’ famous Blue Room in Nashville, TN, the album will be physically and digitally available on September 25, 2020. Hear “Hate To Say I Told You So” (Live … Continue reading

St. Vincent Shares Reimagined Version of “New York”

By: Staff – St. Vincent has partnered with composer YOSHIKI to craft a reimagined version of her song “New York”, set for release on August 28th via Loma Vista and Concord. Stream the track below. The new version of St. Vincent’s bittersweet signature tune originally released on her album MASSEDUCTION, features YOSHIKI’s classical-inspired arrangements that … Continue reading

Stream Monowhales’ New Single “All or Nothing”

By: Staff – Pop-infused indie rock band Monowhales have released a brand new single titled “All or Nothing”. Produced by JUNO Award nominated Producer Ryan Worsley (Dear Rouge, Brave Shores) and mixed by JUNO Award winning Mix Engineer Jason Dufour (July Talk, Tokyo Police Club), the track is a thundering anthem about taking risks and believing … Continue reading

Phoenix Share New Song “Identical” From Upcoming Sofia Coppola Film “On The Rocks”

By: Staff – Phoenix have shared new track “Identical” out now on Loyaute/Glassnote Records. This is the band’s first release since 2017’s album Ti Amo. The song can also be heard in the trailer released today for the upcoming ​release On The Rocks​, written and directed by ​Sofia Coppola​ and starring ​Bill Murray, ​Rashida Jones​ and … Continue reading

Stream Father John Misty’s Two New Songs “To S.” and “To R.”

By: Staff – Father John Misty has shared two new songs via Sub Pop’s Sub Pop Singles Club Vol. 5. Stream them below. Father John Misty’s new tracks “To S.” b/w “To R.” is the singer’s double A-side contribution to Sub Pop Singles Club Vol. 5, and his first new, original, studio material since his 4th album, 2018’s God’s Favorite … Continue reading

The Darcys Return With New Single “Look Me in the Eyes”

By: Staff – Los Angeles-via-Toronto duo, The Darcys, share their brand new single “Look Me In The Eyes,” a first taste from their upcoming fifth album, due in Fall 2020 via The Darcys Inc. Records/Warner Music. Jason Couse and Wes Marskell plan to take listeners on a journey, beginning with this stunning visual trip, created by director … Continue reading