Sorry Share New Song “Right Round the Clock,” Announce New Album “925”

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The wait will end next Spring. In Spring 2020 we’ll finally get a full-length album from U.K. band “Sorry,” a band that have been making waves in the music world for the past few years with their sharp Rock? Pop? Post-Punk? Honestly they’re their own genre, and many have been itching for a full-length album, well… today we’ve been blessed with great news. The band will release their debut album 925 in Spring 2020. Today the band released the album’s lead single “Right Round the Clock,” and it’s a fun track with an interpolation of a song that will be recognizable for “Tears for Fears” fans. You can watch the video for “Right Round the Clock” below:

Angel Olsen Shares New Song “Lark”

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Following her angelic single “All Mirrors,” Angel Olsen has shared another new track off her upcoming album titled “Lark,” and much like “All Mirrors” this song is a tearjerker with a gorgeous ethereal buildup and cinematic string arrangements. About the song Olsen says “Lark” is a song that took many years to finish. The disjointed feelings and verses of this song began to make sense as a way for me to exercise a kind of journey through grieving, a kind of personal struggle. The message of the song developed at first from an argument I once had with someone about trust and support. Later, I pulled from recurring themes in my life as a musician and as a human that dreams for a living. It’s easy to promise the world to those we love, but what about when our dreams change and values split? Olsen’s new album All Mirrors will be released on October 4th. You can watch the music video for “Lark” below:

Angel Olsen Shares New Music Video for “All Mirrors”

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Angel Olsen is set to release her upcoming fourth album All Mirrors on October 4th on “Jagjaguwar” records. Today she released the album’s title track as well as a Gothic-styled music video. “All Mirrors” is a hauntingly gorgeous synth-driven track with beautiful string arrangements that convey a dramatically cinematic tone, which is a noticeable departure from her previous album My Woman. You can watch the music video below:

 

Tame Impala Shares New Song “Patience”

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Tame Impala has returned with a new track titled “Patience,” and patience is what we’ve been forced to have while waiting for new music from Mr. Kevin Parker. This is his first piece of new music since his 2016 album Currents, and it’s looking like a new album is on the horizon considering the project will be active this year with an “SNL” appearance and a tour which will begin with a headlining spot at “Coachella.” With “Patience,” Parker gets his Disco on, and he unsurprisingly does it well. You can listen to the track below:

 

U.S. Girls Share New Music Video for “Time”

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U.S. Girls released an incredible album last year titled In A Poem Unlimited, and those who have been lucky enough to see the band perform live know that seeing them perform is a beautiful experience. You can get a glimpse of what it’s like to feel the band’s live energy with their new music video for their track “Time,” which was shot by Alex Kingsmill during their set at “SappyFest” in Canada. The band have also shared a string of upcoming North American tour dates. You can get all the info, as well as watch the video for “Time” below:

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“Time” Music Video:

 

 

Foxygen Announce New Album “Seeing Other People,” Share New Song “Livin’ a Lie”

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Foxygen have returned, and they will release a new album titled Seeing Other People on April 26th on “Jagjaguwar Records.” The band have also released the album’s first single “Livin’ a Lie,” which also has a music video that was directed by Alessandra Lichtenfeld. The video was filmed in the wake of the Woolsey wildfires. This follows the band’s fantastic cinematic-like album Hang. You can watch the music video, as well as check out the album’s tracklist below:

 

Seeing Other People Tracklist:

1. Work
2. Mona
3. Seeing Other People
4. Face the Facts
5. Livin’ a Lie
6. The Thing Is
7. News
8. Flag at Half-Mast
9. The Conclusion