Live Stream Broken Social Scene’s New Album, Hug of Thunder

Broken Social Scene’s first album in seven years, Hug of Thunder, can be live streamed right now via NPR. The album is the fifth in the group’s discography and will officially be released on Friday, July 7th. The record follows 2010’s Forgiveness Rock Record, and has been preceded by several singles including the title track, “Skyline”, and “Halfway Home”. The new album features all fifteen members of the original band and is a fittingly grand affair featuring howling anthems and beautiful orchestral movements.

Stream the album below:

http://www.npr.org/2017/07/03/534134749/first-listen-broken-social-scene-hug-of-thunder

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Foster the People Release New Song “Loyal Like Sid & Nancy”

The third album from Foster the People is set for a July 21st release later this month and the band has now released the fourth single in support of the LP. The song is called “Loyal Like Sid & Nancy”, and follows the three songs that the band released earlier this year which includes “Doing It for the Money”, “Pay the Man”, and “SHC”.

The band is set to play the WayHome Music and Arts Festival on July 28th. Check out the new song below.


St. Vincent Shares Melancholy Ballad “New York”, Her First Song in Two Years

It’s been three years since Annie Clark, aka St. Vincent, has released a full-length album, and two years since we’ve heard any new music from the songwriter – her last project was a song recorded for the HBO show Girls titled “Teenage Talk”. This new single, called “New York”, finds Clark in a melancholy state of mind as she laments the loss of “the only motherfucker in the city who can stand me”. It’s a beautiful ode to the passage of time and the way a single person we care about deeply can affect the way we remember a certain time and place, especially after they’re gone. A hushed piano and rising strings perfectly accompany the bittersweet lyrics. Give the song a listen below.

 

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