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A Deli Premiere: Stacey Randol releases music video for "Songs in the Soil"

You may have noticed -- if you're an avid reader of the Deli -- that we wrote about songwriter Stacey Randol's new LP Songs in the Soil earlier this month. We now have a special premiere to announce from that album: Randol has released the music video for the title track. You might find yourself confused watching the video, as the song's psych groove and the film grain -- along with Randol's flowing white and earth-toned floral dresses -- may make you think that you're watching something from the Sixties. But this was indeed made in the late 2010s, and it continues a trend of indie artists releasing music videos made on film. Randol's song calls for this aesthetic, and as you'll see in the music video, they make a perfect match. Take a look at the video for "Songs in the Soil" below. - Will Sisskind

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Wild Belle @ Metro (4/21)

Wild Belle released their latest album, Everybody One of a Kind, today, March 22nd. This is Pop and Reggae sound of brother and sister duo of Natalie and Elliot Bergman. They were born here and got their start here, but are now LA-Based.

The latest single from the LP is called “Have You Both” and is accompanied by an animated video that Natalie created herself.

Wild Belle will be returning home for a show at Metro on April 21st, and on July 31st at Huntington Bank Pavilion at Northerly Island opening for Beck, Spoon, and Cage the Elephant.

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SuperKnova "Glitter and Blood"

SuperKnova recently release a new single called ”Glitter and Blood”. This is the first new music from her since 2017’s Splendor Dysphoria. The single has a huge beat and an empowering message.

You can catch SuperKnova at Cafe Mustache on March 29th with Over Ow and BlackGlass.





New Music Video: "Game Show" - Mumblr

In advance of their forthcoming album Genie, due out on April 1, Mumblr recently shared a video for their new single “Game Show”.  Transported to the sets of some classic TV shows, the song delicately opens up lyrically, with its protagonist's apprehension over answering. Exploring the idea of missed opportunities and the domino effect/vicious cycle of depression, the song works to keep its cool before some much-appreciated rock ensues. Unfortunately, it sounds like this next album might be the end of the road for the Philly quartet, who shared this message along with the video.

It has been a fun ride sharing good and better and best times with beautiful people across this North American continent.

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Oyster Kids' "Losing My Mind" is an upbeat ode to self-doubt

Oyster Kids sing to those who need some solace on their ode to self-doubt, "Losing My Mind." The indie pop's latest single is an upbeat anthem with lyrical undertones that match every mood you could possibly be in. The four-piece acknowledge that it's okay to "lose your mind," and how it isn't always simple to snap out of it. The atmospheric aloofness this hauntingly creative band produces has a special place in the deep roots of the L.A. music scene. Kayla Hay

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