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This is not a weekly thing. In fact, we only share these top listens when the time is right and good songs are being released. Here we go, first one is from a band we love here at Third Outing...
With Bonny Doon, it's all about the tunes. The band from Detroit are now signed to Woodsist and have a new full length record on the way called Longwave. Here's a first taste with the beautifully melancholic I Am Here (I Am Alive).
As you should all know, Hovvdy are on the comeback with a new record called Cranberry. After Late, Cranberry and Petal, here's another song from the LP this time entitled In The Sun which you can stream here.
Yo La Tengo
Five years on from their last album, Yo La Tengo are set to return with a new sound! The record is called There's A Riot Going On, and is due to hit shelves in March. Luckily they have shared four tracks. Yes, four! Here we go.
The musician released one of the best records of 2017 in the shape of A Crow Looked At Me, mostly dealing with the death of his wife after being diagnosed with cancer. This new album comes out in March, here Phil Elverum shares a new song called Distortion.
Old favourites of everybody, right? One day after teasing a new Eels project titled The Deconstruction, Mark Oliver Everett has shared the title track off the upcoming album. What a guy. Enjoy!
Spanish garage-pop four-piece Hinds have returned with a new single and details of a new album, too. New For You is the first song from I Don't Run, out April 6 on Mom + Pop Music. It comes with a new video, directed by lead singer Carlotta Cosials, which shows the band playing a wee game of football!
Finally, Lo-Fi master Alex G returnsk with Fay, a melancholy Indie-Rock ballad of the highest quality. The singer manages to convey so many feelings and emotions in his music, the longer you listen the more simple and beautiful it becomes.