Living Hour – ‘Seagull’

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Living Hour have announced that their debut self-titled LP will be out February 19 via Lefse! The Canadians have also shared ‘Seagull’, a dream pop anthem with a surf twang. It’s an amazing slow burner that builds on their previous single ‘Steady Glazed Eyes’ (which was released under their former band name The Hours).

 
Living Hour – ‘Seagull’

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Lazy Legs – ‘Ghost’

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Lazy Legs have served up their second single ‘Ghost‘, a moody and spacious shoegazer from their forthcoming debut EP (expected early 2016 via Wild Patterns). The Chicago trio first impressed last month with their cutting rocker ‘Lipstick Prick‘. Lazy Legs features Michael Tenzer of Savage Sister / Eyes Behind The Veil.

 
Lazy Legs – ‘Ghost’

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Pinkshinyultrablast – ‘The Cherry Pit’

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Pinkshinyultrablast deliver their epic new single ‘The Cherry Pit’ which contrasts crushing walls of sound with ethereal dream pop. The Russian quintet are sounding as epic and explosive as ever. The ‘Cherry Pit’ follows the lead single ‘Kiddy Pool Dreams’, both taken from their sophomore album ‘Grandfeathered’ (out via Club AC30 on February 26). The new album is expected to be far more diverse and experimental than their debut. Singer Lyubov noted that “hardcore, metal and afrobeat” were influences. I’m not sure what’s around the corner for the Pinkshiny’s but I imagine it’ll be an exciting record either way.

 
Pinkshinyultrablast – ‘The Cherry Pit’

Pinkshinyultrablast – ‘Holy Forest (Waldeinsamkeit Remix)’ by Mahogany

Visit Pinkshinyultrablast @ Club AC30 @ Facebook.

Day Wave – ‘Come Home Now’ [Video]

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Day Wave (aka California’s Jackson Phillips) has only been sharing music for about a year but he’s already made a big impact with a pair of singles and a debut EP (‘Headcase’). Today i-D shared a new video for ‘Come Home Now’ and an interview (read that here). Day Wave’s brand of lo-fi jangle pop carries that DIY bedroom pop sound that’s so infectious and easy to listen to. He’s already been praised by BBC Radio 1, KEXP, Triple J, KCRW and more. 2016 is looking bright for the 25-year old, stream below!

 
Day Wave – ‘Come Home Now’ [Video]

Visit Day Wave @ House Arrest @ I OH YOU @ Facebook.