Pale Waves release artistic music video and other news you might have missed today
Listen to a new single from Little Crown—plus, don’t miss the Home Team’s debut LP. Check out the news you might have missed today below!
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Pale Waves release artistic new music video for “Noises”
With distinct facial expressions, Heather Baron-Gracie serves up looks in the band’s newest music video for “Noises.” The track is from Pale Wave’s forthcoming debut album on Dirty Hit/Interscope Records.
Little Crown shares new song
Pop-rock artist Little Crown just dropped her latest dancey single. “Melancholy is about being surrounded by beautiful things and people and still feeling a sadness that you’re in the habit of feeling,” the mastermind behind the project, Phoenix Butler, says. “Getting out of my own head and letting some of that go have been key in finding happiness.”
Belmont release new song “Albert”
With a fun new video to match, Chicago pop-punk band Belmont released their newest single “Albert.” From their upcoming self-titled LP, “Albert” is bouncy, energetic and sure to get your foot tapping. You can preorder their forthcoming album, out Aug. 17, here.
Jeff Rosenstock unveils music video for “All This Useless Energy”
Jeff Rosenstock shared a new ’90s MTV-esque music video for “All This Useless Energy.” The track is from Rosenstock’s new album POST-, out now via Polyvinyl Records. You can pick up your copy of it here.
Anti-Flag announce the release of an acoustic album
The Home Team share debut LP Better Off
Maggie Schneider releases new song
Atlanta pop-punk artist Maggie Schneider just dropped her new song “Pretend” featuring Wolfi. The song is about having romantic inclinations toward your best friend. “The idea of falling for a friend is scary because there’s always the chance of losing that friend if it doesn’t work out,” Schneider says. You can read her full blog post about the song here.
PVMNTS drop second single from upcoming EP
PVMNTS EP Better Days is not out until Aug. 17; however, in the meantime, be sure check out the band’s heavy anthem titled “Chemical Trails.” The track visits feelings of anxiety and long-term depression.