Omega Vague premiere new single at Echoes and Dust

Omega Vague, or the moniker for Craig Douglas' ethereal rock project, has just shared a brand new track over at Echoes and Dust. This new song, "Drown," is a great example of Omega Vague's genre-spanning sound; you can hear influences of space rock, shoegaze, and even a little folk. The acoustic guitar riffs bounce along while Douglas' vocals are airy and light, fluttering above the mix. Overall, it's a peek at the softer side of Omega Vague, the rest of which you can check out on Aversion/Reversion, which will be out April 14th. Take a listen to the new song below. 

 

 

Monster Movie premiere new track on NPR's All Songs Considered

Monster Movie just premiered the newest single and title track off their upcoming record over at NPR's All Songs Considered. The single, "Keep The Voices Distant" is what NPR calls "gracefully gigantic," and is a hefty slice of dream pop. The vocals waft through breezily and the guitars flow over the grounded percussion, making the track a lush reprieve from your usual daily listening. Take a listen over at NPR. 

Keep The Voices Distant will be out March 31st via Graveface Records. Go preorder it. 

Junior Astronomers premiere new single on NYLON

Junior Astronomers are set to make some pretty big waves, as their newest track just premiered on NYLON, who say "Junior Astronomers Are The Indie Nostalgia Band We’ve Been Dreaming Of."

"That's Why" is a rambunctious rock song-- ferocious guitars, bombastic drums and vocals pushed to their very brink make for a rollicking jam. Not only does this song pack a punch, it also has got catchy riffs that will hold you with your finger hovering over that play button to start it for the millionth time. This song is taken from Junior Astronomers upcoming album, Body Language, which will be out June 9 via Refresh Records. Pre-order that album here.