King Krule // Seaforth
With King Krule’s much-anticipated fourth album Space Heavy confirmed for June 9th, Archy Marshall mirrors his dreamy new sonics with a hallucinatory visualiser for ‘Seaforth’.
THE ORIELLES // TABLEAU 002
New EP The Goyt Method arrives in May, which sees the otherworldly trio spinning new compositions from the stems of their recent album Tableau. a substantial departure from The Orielles’ psychedelic space-pop, ‘TABLEAU 002’ weaves glitchy electronica around hyperactive vocal inflections.
Crumb // Crushxd
Effortlessly cool as always, Crumb’s new offering fuses their trippy brand of rock with touches of lounge and groovy techno. The lyrics for ‘Crushxd’ were written to commemorate a turtle who crossed the road at an inopportune moment whilst Crumb were driving between shows.
The Goa Express // Good Luck Charm
Burnley 5-piece The Goa Express have dropped life-affirming banger ‘Good Luck Charm’ just in time for festival season, which they’ll kick off at Brighton’s The Great Escape next month.
Indigo De Souza // Smog
Indigo De Souza is among the vanguard of artists at the helm of taking pop to a more interesting location. ‘Smog’ will featured on De Souza’s new album, All Of This Will End, arriving 28th April.
Water From Your Eyes // True Life
Water From Your Eyes conjure an energy straight out of NYC’s 2000s indie scene, paired with an eye for unease and chaos which is nothing short of enthralling.
Alien Chicks // Candlestick Maker
On ‘Candlestick Maker’, London’s Alien Chicks invite us down a deranged rabbit hole of Gypsy-anarcho-punk: the genre you didn’t know you needed.
photo credit: Angella Choe