From Damon McMahon’s folk-rock project Amen Dunes, and off the album Freedom, comes the video for single “Believe”.
Montreal duo Folly & The Hunter has returned from hiatus with fresh energy, bearing a captivating and polished set of sophisticated, cinematic indie-pop. Their lead single “Remain” is the track that catalyzed their new upbeat feel. Organically grown out of an improvisation, experimenting with grittier sounds and more driving rhythms, “Remain” moved the group past the stylistic constraints of their previous work.
The duo are set to release a new LP via Outside Music later this year.
More new music from Ryder Havdale, check out the video of Good Girls, which was shot by Havdale himself with a selfie stick and his iPhone at Joshua Tree. He met Heather Williamson in the Frontier cafe on his last day there and asked her if she wanted to star in it.
Look for this song off Candy Haven, the debut full-length album by Toronto/Berlin-based producer Ryder Havdale.
Absolutes, the forthcoming EP of New York indie pop act Yoke Lore, due July 27 via Arts & Crafts, explores the grey areas between black and white ideas while building upon the lush, sonic palette of his past works. The new music finds multi-instrumentalist, dancer, and visual artist Adrian Galvin polishing his heartfelt anthems and ruminating on finding balance amid respective oppositions by breaking through the notion that truth necessitates purity.
After recently premiering the first song, “Fake You” from the EP and accompanying video, the Brooklyn-based artist arrives with the gorgeously minimalistic track “Cut and Run”. Take a look.
Lord Huron’s live performance video of “When The Night Is Over” premieres today on Billboard, who calls it, “…a noir, Twin Peaks-flavored clip.” The video was filmed at the band’s own Whispering Pines Studios in Los Angeles as part of their public access show that aired in local markets across the country.