Bay Area recording artist Lady Lazarus has just released the hauntingly beautiful music video for recent single “Driving the Streets of Your Town” via Impose Magazine. Jeff Cubbison for Impose says, “Over the last decade, she has crafted a stunningly ethereal, atmospheric brand of piano/keyboard-driven dream folk-pop full of existential imagery, confessional songwriting, and wistful moods.” Check out the new video below and preorder the album via Bandcamp HERE.
Last week, we saw the release of the first single from a new record from NC’s Steven Fiore (aka Young Mister) and today we’re treated to some lovely visuals to accompany the track. “It all feels very peaceful, like we’re getting a look inside some of his happiest memories,” says Substream Magazine who have the premiere. Check out the official video below and preorder the album via Refresh Records.
Earthquake Lights just released their new LP, Distress Signals, and they’re playing a show at Arlene’s Grocery tomorrow 5/25 to celebrate this new collection of tunes. To give you a taste of how these phenomenal songs come across in the live setting, Under The Radar premiered a special live performance of “So Far No Luck.” This gorgeous video features help from The Shattered Glass orchestra, and takes the song to a whole new level. Take a peek below.
Brooklyn via CA folk artist red steppes will be releasing a new album on Native Cat Recordings (John Vanderslice, Sis, etc) May 31 and today we have a new song and video premiering courtesy of Under the Radar, who say “The track is a minor key rumination on distance and growth, embroidered with delicate fingerpicking and haunting vocals.” The album is available for preorder via Bandcamp.
Earthquake Lights recently released Distress Signals, their orchestral full-length that has seen praise from Uproxx, Under the Radar, The 405 and many more. Today, they’re sharing this intimate studio session recording with Shattered Glass, giving us a glimpse into the way all the instruments come together to create this beautiful song.