Music Video

Elephant Stone – “American Dream”

By Will Oliver, May 31st 2020

Montreal’s Elephant Stone had planned to release a video of their new track “American Dream” on May 29th. They had no clue exactly what would unfold in America during that time but it seems like fate had something to say about that.

The timely video arrives at the perfect time and stars the band’s frontman Rishi Dhir’s son and was “filmed in their garage w/ a green screen, homage to Dylan & archival footage of immigrants searching for the American Dream.”

Find the music video available to watch below.
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Meggie Lennon – “Mind Games”

By Will Oliver, May 29th 2020

Canadian dream-pop artist Meggie Lennon is planning to release her brand new album Sounds From Your Lips later this year.

She’s given us a taste of the new record with new single, “Mind Games.” Described as a mix of dream-pop and make-out psych rock, it’s got an atmosphere that feels both summer-like, yet darkly mysterious at the very same time.
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Photo by Frank Ockenfels

Phoebe Bridgers will return with her new album Punisher, which will be released on June 19th via Dead Oceans. She’s already shared both “Kyoto” and “Garden Song” from the album and she’s most recently returned with third single, “I See You.”

Originally entitled “ICU,” the song’s spelling was changed to “I See You and is actually about her break-up from her drummer Marshall Vore, who she co-wrote the song with. It’s a sprawling take on the sound that Bridgers created on her debut, with a more expansive reach than before, but it doesn’t stray too far from the sound that listeners fell in love with.
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[new]: Khruangbin – “So We Won’t Forget”

By Will Oliver, May 18th 2020

Today, Khruangbin released their new single “So We Won’t Forget” the second song (listen to the first single, “Time (You and I)” here) shared from their upcoming new record, Mordechai, out June 26th on Dead Oceans. It followed

As you’d expect, it’s another smooth as hell jam from the record, featuring those smooth basslines, crisp guitar riffs, compact percussion, and some lovely vocals that bring it all home. It sounds like a perfect summer day where you hit the road with no real destination in mind.
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