“The World’s Best Kisser” by Darwin Deez, off the upcoming album “10 Songs That Happened When You Left Me With My Stupid Heart”.
Take a listen to “California” by Newfoundland via Montreal-based musician Aaron Powell (aka Fog Lake).
His most recent full-length was last year’s Dragonchaser, and he’s following that up in a couple months with a new album called Captain. Powell started the project in his rural hometown in Newfoundland and, though the musician has relocated to Montréal, his next album is still haunted by the ghosts of his old stomping grounds. Its lead single, “California,” is about an entirely different place altogether, or rather it’s about the vastness of distance and the bitterness associated with a location that you can’t follow someone to.
Best Of May 2018
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Check out new tune “New Compassion” from HAERTS. Where earlier single “Your Love” leaves off expressing the yearning and the aching of true love, “New Compassion” feels uplifting and hopeful, summoning a George Harrison meets Lykke Li moment.
“‘New Compassion’ is like a chant, like a mantra,” says vocalist Nini Fabi. “It’s about connective forces and finding the strength to be fearless.”
Trevor Powers (formerly Youth Lagoon) has announced the release of Mulberry Violence. Out August 17 on his own Baby Halo label, the full album will feature the previously released single “Playwright,” along with the songs “Ache” and “Plaster Saint,” both of which are out today.