In the last of the barrage of exclusives from The 1975 (maybe) you can now hear the next single, "Girls", from the forthcoming self-titled album here as well as the last part of the interview with Matty Healy. Skip to 30 minutes.
With more anticipation building for the release of their debut album next week, you can now stream the track "M.O.N.E.Y." by The 1975 over at Prefix Magazine. Hit the replies to see the lyrics/artwork for the song.
You can stream a new Los Campesinos! song titled "What Death Leaves Behind" in the replies. It's off the band's upcoming new album, No Blues, which will hit stores on October 29th and is available to pre-order.
1) For Flotsam
2) What Death Leaves Behind
3) A Portrait of the Trequartista as a Young Man
4) Cemetery Gaits
5) Glue Me
6) As Lucerne/The Low
7) Avocado, Baby
8) Let It Spill
9) The Time Before the Last Time
10) Selling Rope (Swan Dive to Estuary)
Listen to a new Seaway song called "Too Fast For Love" in the replies. The track comes from their upcoming debut album, Hoser, which releases on October 15th via Mutant League Records. If you like what you hear, be sure to pre-order the album.
As we previously stated, The 1975 have the album of the week on Zane Lowe's BBC Radio 1 show and he will be premiering album tracks over the next few days as well as a three-part interview with frontman Matty Healy. Head here to listen to the first part as well as a premiere of album track "Settle Down". It all starts at 1:43:30.
ręg łífē is a new project from arrange's Malcom Lacey and Chris Sikofillos. The sample-heavy, sleepy R&B that the pair have produced from opposite coasts so far can be downloaded for free or streamed in the replies.
Head to HungerTV to listen to the first (and self-titled) track from the forthcoming album by The 1975. The album is also Zane Lowe's "Album Of The Week" this week so he will be premiering more new tracks, starting tonight on BBC Radio 1. Check the replies for lyrics from what looks like the record's inlay booklet too.
You can stream a new Jesu song titled "Homesick" in the replies. This is the first track off the band's upcoming new album, Everyday I Get Closer to the Light From Which I Came, which will be available on September 24th.
You can check out a new song from The Dismemberment Plan called "Invisible" in the replies. Uncanney Valley, the band's first album since 2001's Change, is slated for release October 15 via Partisan Records. Also, if you're going to Riot Fest Chicago don't miss the band's set on Sunday.