Having released a coupleoffantastic albums just recently, Ukrainian musician Daniel Merkulov, who performs under the moniker Aircraft, is sharing a brand new video for “Useless Comfort” (taken from 2011 LP).
Directed by Denys Kramarenko, it is a claustrophobic and vivid visual interpretation of the punchy and atmospheric electronic hit.
England’s Dutch Uncles will release a new album, True Entertainment, on March 10 via Memphis Industries.
The latest single from it is “Tropigala (2 to 5)” — an incredibly catchy earworm, released together with the fun music video, directed and edited by Ben Harrison Meek. It features some fun acting and cool dance moves, which reminded visuals for another early Dutch Uncles’ masterpiece “Flexxin”.
Chicago’s Bnny released an excellent debut LP Everythingback in 2021 (via Fire Talk), and now they are sharing a new music video for their marvellous 2022 single, “Breaking Up”. Magically beautiful b/w visuals were directed by Weird Life Films.
The band is also embarking on a short US tour next week together with Detroit’s Bonny Doon. Find all the dates here.
In need of a new favourite band for 2023? Look no further! England’s Pynch will release a debut album, Howling at a Concrete Moon on April 14. Co-produced by Andy Ramsay of Stereolab it would be out through Chillburn Recordings and is available for pre-order now.
Having spent the past four years building up, playing shows, working on their sound and releasing a couple of brilliant singles (including a sold-out 7″ collaboration with Speedy Wunderground), the four-piece is finally ready to give the world their first full-length.
Along with an announcement they have also shared a music video for one of the album tracks, a nostalgic and anthemic “2009”. It features various footage of the group and was shot on Super 8 and directed by Spencer and Scott Enock of the band.
“D.O.D.”, a brand new single from the Bristol band DAMEFRISØR strikes hard and immediately. An industrial rock number, produced by Alex Greaves (bdrmm, LICE, Working Men’s Club), it is filled with pulsing synths, moody guitars and loud drums. Combined with gloomy lyrics and cold, detached vocal delivery the song leaves a very strong impression and pleasant aftertaste.
It is taken from the band’s upcoming EP Island Of Light, which is out February 24 via Permanent Creeps and is presented along with the music video, directed & produced by Clump Collective.