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New music to wrap your ears around.
Tame Impala were not the only ones to release new music.
Ahead of their latest album And Now For The Whatchamacallit which is expected on May 31st, Psychedelic Porn Crumpets have given us a sneak peak, releasing their first track ‘Bill’s Mandolin.’
Local Natives fans should be excited as they are set to release their forth studio album Violet Street next week! These indie rockers gave us a third taster off the album ‘Tap Dancer’.
Meg Mac unveiled her latest single ‘I’m Not Coming Back’. The distinctive soulful vocals interwoven with beautiful harmonies on this track does not disappoint.
The indie-emo rock group Slowly Slowly have transcended genres with their latest release ‘Jellyfish.’ This is the first track form the four piece since their debut in 2018, so expect much more music this year.
Upon announcing the arrival of a new album, Tycho fans have been eagerly awaiting the release of the first single ‘Easy’ which dropped today. Tycho has spent the last 15 years perfecting an intoxicating vein of rich, vocal based electronica, which he will bestow on Splendour. We can’t wait.