This weeks playlist features our favorite songs from the brief but wonderful catalog of The Sundays
The Swedish twee pop group, Club 8, have returned with their first new single since last years Golden Island album. The track is called The Hospital and the band seems to have abandoned their traditional twee sound in favor of a more aggressive synth sound similar to Ladytron.
U2 have released their first new single since their 2017 album Songs Of Experience. The song is a peace anthem called Ahimsa and it features the Indian musician AR Rahmen.
The Australian muse Hatchie has released a new single and video for Her Own Heart off her debut album Keepsake. For those unfamiliar with Hatchie, imagine a combination of The Sundays and Cocteau Twins
On this day in history (November 21, 1983), Duran Duran released their 3rd studio album Seven And The Ragged Tiger featuring the singles Union Of The Snake, New Moon On Monday and The Reflex
On this day in history (November 19, 1991), the Scottish alt-rock band Teenage Fanclub released their third studio album Bandwagonesque featuring the singles Star Sign, The Concept and What You Do To Me on Creation Records
On this day in history (November 18, 1986), Duran Duran released their fourth studio album Notorious featuring the singles Notorious, Skin Trade and Meet El Presidente.
On this day in history (November 18, 1985), The Jesus And Mary Chain released their debut studio album Psychocandy featuring their staple single Just Like Honey.
This weeks compilation features the latest new music in the genre of indie pop, containing over any hour of synthy, jangly, head bopping numbers! My favorite tracks are from Kitten, Dear Boy, MisterWives and Anna Of The North.
Singer Krissy Vanderwoude has been very busy these days. Within the last few months, she has released a new album with her band Whimsical and contributed guest vocals on the latest album from Black Swan Lane. Now, she has teamed up with The Churchhill Garden to cover one of their favorite songs from The Cure – Halo.
On this day in history (November 14, 1969), David Bowie released his second studio album. The album was originally self titled when released in the UK on the Philips label and as Man Of Words/Man Of Music on Mercury records. RCA Records re-issued the album as Space Oddity in 1972.
After ten hard-fought years in the music industry, The Joy Formidable are fearless. Stripping back to an unplugged trio for their current tour, the band turned down the cacophonous wave of soaring guitar riffs and sledgehammer drumming that has made them a favourite of Dave Grohl and treated a lucky few to a master class in songwriting and stage banter. Pulling songs from all four studio albums, the band displayed finesse and humor throughout the evening.