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The Daisy Heaves “If I Could Tell You”

The Daisy Heaves have released a new single called “If I Could Tell You”. This is the first new music from the duo since their latest EP, Gramophone Ghost, which was released back in January.

This is Dream Pop of Ryan Dahl (Vocals, Guitars, and Bass) and John D’alessandro (Drums).

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Four Stars “Alacrity”

Pop Punk trio Four Stars have released a new single called “Alacrity”. This is the first new music from the trio since their 2018 debut Ep, “Check, Please!”.

The single is accompanied by the Alex Zarek directed video below.

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Mel Senese “Goodbye”

Mel Senese has release a video for her latest single “Goodbye”. The single, which was released back in August, is her second of 2019 following up “Prey”.

Senese has a modern approach to Pop and Dance Music, with an ear for catchy melodies and compelling choruses.

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Post Animal “ Safe Or Not”

Post Animal has released a new single called “Safe or Not” to kick off of their tour with Twin Peaks. This is the first new song from the Psych Rock band since the release of their 2018 album, When I Think Of You In A Castle.

This is the work Dalton Allison (bass), Jake Hirshland (guitar/keyboard), Javi Reyes (guitar), Wesley Toledo (drums), and Matt Williams (guitar).

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Pan American "A Son"

Mark Nelson (aka Pan•American) is preparing to release a new album called “A Son” on November 7th via Kranky.

The album’s first single and closing track is beautiful acoustic take on a classic track called “Shenandoah”. Nelson begin playing this song in the days following the death of Heather Heyer, and including the track on this album as a tribute and to draw attention to her foundation.

This album finds Nelson putting aside the electronics in favor of the hammered dulcimer, but holding true to the ambient and atmospheric he has become known for over the last decade.

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