The famed indie rock collective is back in full form on this title track from a new album coming July 7. The dynamic cut showcases a sound that is both familiar and refreshing.
Track of the Day
Track of the Day
Jeffery Straker - “Boom Boom” (Acronym): This is a focus track from the singer/songwriter's upcoming (May 19) full-length release,
The electronica-rooted Toronto quartet showcase sophisticated musical and vocal chops on a track that is simultaneously unsettling and pleasing.
If you fancy being transported to a beach in Mexico, this catchy track and upbeat video will do the trick. It’s included on the BC band’s debut full-length, out today.
Cat Clyde – “Like A Wave” (Cinematic Music Group): Looking for a fresh new roots music voice?
The acclaimed rapper and poet laureate makes a welcome return with this fresh cut. It features cool beats by Kaytranada under Rollie Pemberton’s signature smooth flow, while the futuristic video will grab your eyeballs.
This Edmonton rock trio is making waves with an eclectic and spirited sound. The second single from their imminent debut album begins dreamily then gains momentum and intensity, while taking interesting detours. A charming low-key video accompanies the cut.
The acclaimed BC poet and songsmith previews his imminent seventh album with a track that marries vigorous guitar and dark and intense lyrics. Lou Reed would have approved.
The Maritimes rocker previews an upcoming album with not one but four new cuts. This killer first single features pulsating guitar, beefy vocal harmonies, and his signature virile vocals.
The award-winning folk-rocker is at her feisty foot-stomping best on this cut featuring Sam Roberts. The eye-catching video of a dance battle mirrors the conflicting emotions embedded in the lyrics.
With their career trajectory still firmly in the ascendant, rock faves Arkells deliver a surprise new track. It’s a knockout, with horns boosting its boisterous and upbeat sound.
The acclaimed roots music songstress previews her upcoming album A Girl In Teen City with a vibrant focus track that is a departure from her signature poetic melancholy. It recalls the days of her youth with real humour and insight.