Indie Rock

Cannons' "Fire for You" sparks disco fever, release debut album Shadows

Electro-pop trio Cannons have released their debut album, Shadows, featuring headlining powerhouse, “Fire for You." Vocalist Michelle Joy pushes out beautifully nostalgic lyrics of love, loss, and everything few and far between. Ryan Clapham and Paul Davis complete this trio, painting colorful baselines with a funky disco charm that keeps your head wrapped in a warm, hazy atmosphere—perfect for the Monday blues or the Friday jitters. There is no doubt in my mind that this album is slowly becoming the fuel to my work week.

Shadows is out now via AntiFragile Music. Kayla Hay

   

Lala Lala “Sleepyhead” Reissue

Hardly Art has announced that they will be reissuing Lala Lala’s 2016 self-released debut Sleepyhead. Previously only available on limited-release cassette and digital download, Sleepyhead, complete with new album art, will be available on vinyl, CD, and cassette on August 23rd.

Below you can stream “F*ck With Your Friends” from Sleepyhead and you can pre-order the reissue here.

You can catch Lala Lala at Pitchfork Music Festival on July 20th and at Metro for an official afterparty on July 19th with Grapetooth.

   

New Music Video: "Anna" - The Menzingers

The Menzingers recently shared a new video for “Anna,” the lead single from their forthcoming Will Yip-produced album Hello Exile. The imagery candidly chronicles one’s movements throughout the days and nights in the city. It's a video-diary of longing, which demonstrates the void created by missing an integral part of your life. The band is slated to perform at Franklin Music Hall on Friday, November 29, as part of a lineup that also includes Tigers Jaw and Culture Abuse. The band also announced that Hello Exile is due to drop on October 4 via Epitaph.

   

Indie Rock

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WEATHERWORN
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Gerund on Pallet Sessions

Pallet Sessions released a video this morning of their session with Gerund. This is noisy rock trio of Lee Ketch (bass, vocals), Connor Boyle (drums, vocals), and Calvin Fredrickson (guitar, vocals). The song they perform is called “Gently Down The Stream” and is a great sign of what is come from Gerund and this recording session.

You can catch Gerund at D.C. Torium opening for Lardo and The Rutabega on August 24th.