Listen: The Twilight Sad – “There’s A Girl In The Corner”

“There’s A Girl In The Corner” is the first peek at the indie rock group  The Twilight Sad’ upcoming LP Nobody Wants To Be Here And Nobody Wants To Leave. It features spacey synths, loud drums, and honest vocals. Nobody Wants To Be Here And Nobody Wants To Leave is out October 28th via FatCat Records. Listen below, and also check out a slew of tour dates that the band recently announced.

The Twilight Sad on tour
Aug 30 Glasgow, UK – Richmond Park
Sep 11 Aberdeen, UK – Lemon Tree
Sep 12 Birnam, UK – Arts Centre
Sep 13 Strathpeffer, UK – Pavillion
Oct 5 Manchester, UK – Soup Kitchen
Oct 6 London, UK – Boston Music Rooms
Oct 7 Nottingham, UK – Bodega
Oct 9 Edinburgh, UK – Pleasance
Oct 16 Brooklyn, NY – Rough Trade NYC **Headline Show (Performing Fourteen Autumns and Fifteen Winters in it’s entirety)
Oct 17 Portland, ME – Port City Music Hall +
Oct 18 Montreal, QC – Il Motore +
Oct 19 Toronto, ON – Phoenix Concert Theatre +
Oct 20 Detroit, MI – Magic Stick +
Oct 22 Columbus, OH – Skully’s Music Diner +
Oct 23 Cincinnati, OH – The Woodward Theater +
Oct 24 Chicago, IL – Vic Theatre +
Oct 25 Madison, WI – Majestic Theater +
Oct 26 St Louis, MO – The Old Rock House +
Oct 28 Denver, CO – Bluebird Theater +
Oct 29 Salt Lake City, UT – Urban Lounge +
Oct 30 Boise, ID – Knitting Factory Concert House +
Nov 01 Seattle, WA – Neumo’s Crystal Ball Reading +
Nov 02 Portland, OR – Wonder Ballroom +
Nov 04 San Francisco, CA – Bimbo’s 365 Club +
Nov 07 Los Angeles, CA – The Fonda Theatre +
Nov 08 San Diego, CA – Irenic +
Nov 09 Phoenix, AZ – The Crescent Ballroom +
Nov 11 Austin, TX – The Mohawk +
Nov 12 Dallas, TX – Trees +
Nov 13 Houston, TX – Fitzgerald’s +
Nov 14 New Orleans, LA – One Eyed Jacks +
Nov 15 Birmingham, AL – WorkPlay Theatre +
Nov 16 Atlanta, GA – Terminal West +
Nov 18 Carrboro, NC – Cat’s Cradle +
Nov 19 Washington, DC – 930 Club +
Nov 20 Boston, MA – Paradise +
Nov 21 Philadelphia, PA – Union Transfer +
Nov 22 New York, NY – Webster Hall +
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Stream The New Porographers New Album ‘Brill Bruisers’

Canadian indie pop legends The New Pornographers are soon releasing their first album in four years. It’s entitled Brill Bruisers. We’ve already heard the fantastic new tracks “Brill Bruisers” and “War On The East Coast”, but now you can stream the album in its entirety over at iTunes Radio.

Brill Bruisers is out August 25th on Matador.

Listen: TOPS – “Outside”

TOPS are a band that I only recently became aware of with their single “Way To Be Loved” that they released a couple weeks back. That single comes from their upcoming album Picture You Dancing, as well as our most recent peek at the album, a track called “Outside”. It’s slow paced and lush and we’re hoping this is what the entire album sounds like. Listen below and pre-order Picture You Dancing which comes out September 2nd via Arbutus Records.

 

 

Listen: Field Report – “Home (Leave The Light On)”

“Home (Leave The Lights On)” is an upbeat, radio friendly indie rock tune. That’s why it’s not surprising that the song was originally written for a commercial, but was rejected for being too sad. It is surprising that they rejected it for being too sad though, because the song is actually rather optimistic. Field Report’s new album, Marigolden comes out October 7th via Partisan Records. Listen below.

Listen: She Keeps Bees – “Owl”

The Brooklyn duo She Keeps Bees are really good at creating nearly flawless indie folk tunes, and the new tune “Owl” featuring back up vocals from Sharon Van Etten is just that. It’s slow, with a drum beat like a heartbeat, and lush horns hear and there. It’s the kind of song that effectively inserts an image in your head. She Keeps Bees new album Eight Houses is out September 16th via Future Gods. Listen Below.