This is a song from Native Harrow’s new album ‘Happier Now‘, out now. It’s a lovely Laurel Canyon-hued song, wistful and intimate. We like it.
This is the new single from Chloe Foy, a beautifully melodic and delicate piece that addresses grief and depression to superb effect.
This is the new single from Angela Perley, from her album ‘4.30’ out now. A proper piece of garage rock’n’roll, it should blow a few cobwebs away. Great video too, simple but effective.
Here’s a great (and slightly disturbing) video for the new single from North Carolina duo Violet Bell. Taken from their album ‘Honey In My Heart‘, out on October 11th, it’s about being who you want to be regardless of what others try to make you, and we can all say aye to that.
Here’s a great video for the new single from Glasgow’s Awkward Family Portraits, a short sharp shot of rockabilly that will get you dancing. Its from their debut album, “Everything We’ve Done Up Until Now, Except What We’ve Done Since“, out on September 28th.
Here’s a fun animated video to accompany the new song from Davina And The Vagabonds. It’s taken from their new album ‘Sugar Drops’, out on August 2nd, and it’s a great little mash-up of all sorts of Americana, soul and jazz.
Here’s a powerful and emotive song, and an equally strong video, from Ellis Paul which commemorates the death of Heather Heyer at the hands of a man who attended the infamous “Unite The Right” rally in Charlottesville in 2017. It’s from his new album ‘The Storytellers Suitcase‘ out on September 6th.
The new single from this South London outfit, out on August 31st, is an atmospheric piece with a slight retro, Jefferson Airplane feel. Which will do nicely.
The HOTH Brothers are Americana favourite Bard Edrington V’s band and this is the lead song from their new album ‘Workin’ And Dreamin’‘, out on September 16th. Gospel-influenced, it taps into the roots of Americana to excellent effect.
Going back a couple of decades for this week’s retro slot and a very blonde pre-Danny & the Champions of the World Danny Wilson and the rest of Grand Drive with the rather wonderful ‘Tell It Like It Is‘. Have a great weekend everybody.