[video] Legss – Fester

London art rock quartet Legss announced their new EP Fester, which will be out June 9 on The state51 Conspiracy. It would be the first release of the enigmatic group on a label.

We already have the title track, an ambitious, vulnerable and grand piece accompanied by a stunningly shot music video. Directed by The Reids, it is a true visual candy that perfectly complements the song. It’s hard not to get excited about this group and not appreciate the amount of thought/work they are putting into their art (check out “The Landlord” as well, if you have missed it).

Watch below and pre-order the EP here.

[video] Mandy, Indiana – Drag [Crashed]

Mandy, Indiana will release their highly-anticipated debut album I’ve Seen a Way on May 19 via Fire Talk (pre-order it here).

We have already heard a steady run of new songs — “Pinking Shears”, “Injury Detail”, “Peach Fuzz”, and now the band shares a fourth single and final preview of the LP, “Drag [Crashed]”, a hauntingly beautiful song that captures the essence of their transcendent industrial sound. It comes together with a cool music video, directed by Ella Margolin.

Watch below.

[video] Naked Lungs – Pressure

Naked Lungs have shared a video for loud and feral new single “Pressure”, which serves as a first taster of their debut record Doomscroll, set for release on August 18. The long-awaited album was recorded and mixed by Gilla Band’s Daniel Fox at Sonic Studios in Dublin.

The horror-ish music video was directed and edited by the band’s bassist, Ryan Mortell, and it definitely adds to the overall sense of chaos and aggression of the song.

Watch below.

[video] Bee Bee Sea – Time and Time

Last month Italian trio Bee Bee Sea returned with the single “Time and Time”, their first new music since 2020’s great Day Ripper. The song would be out next week on a limited edition pink 7″ vinyl via Wild Honey Records, backed with another track titled “Memories of Another Life”.

Today the group unveils a music video for the A-Side. Filmed and directed by Perth Png, it is a lo-fi visual gem that features the band performing, some rural landscapes and a lot of tyres.

Watch below and pre-order the release here.

[video] Beach Fossils – Run to the Moon

Brooklyn’s Beach Fossils will release a new album, Bunny, on June 2 through Bayonet Records.

The latest single from it is “Run to the Moon” — an example of their signature blend of indie rock and dream pop, released together with a picturesque music video which sees the band performing and having fun in the great outdoors.

The track follows previously unveiled “Don’t Fade Away” and “Dare Me”.

Watch it below and pre-order the LP here.