With his anticipated new album Wandering Rebel due out June 2 via Captured Tracks (from which he last month shared single “Milanesa al Pan”), today Juan Wauters unveils a new track from the LP, “Modus Operandi”. On it, he is joined by Frankie Cosmos.
In the fun video for the song, directed by Fatos Marishta, Juan and Frankie are trying to find each other, being in completely different places: Frankie was walking through Union Square, NYC, and Juan was wandering through the streets of Montevideo.
Juan Wauters has shared a video for his new hit single “Milanesa al Pan” (featuring Zoe Gotusso), which serves as the taster of his upcoming new record Wandering Rebel. It is out on June 2 via Captured Tracks.
An excellent animated music video for the song was created by Dante Zaballa.
UK post-punk outfit Drahla share a new single titled “Lip Sync”. It’s a second taster of new music from the band, after releasing “Under The Glass” last summer. No announcements for the new LP have been made yet, but hopefully, we will have more news about that later this year.
The song goes together with the music video, filmed, edited and directed by the band’s Luciel Brown and Rob Riggs and inspired by the American mixed-media artist Bruce Nauman’s 1969 visual piece of the same name.
Speaking of it, the band says: “Lip Sync is an autobiographical account of self-deflection. It explores the idea of syncing to social norms, conversation and expressions to converse without being fully present – taking on a converged guise to fit different interactions”.
Next week Drahla also embarks on the EU tour, which will start in Rotterdam on February 14 and will finish in Le Harve on February 23. Find all dates and ticket information in another post.
Having just signed with Captured Tracks, The Lemon Twigs have shared a great new single “Corner Of My Eye”. A fan’s live favourite marks the duo’s first new release in over 2 years and follows their latest 2020 LP, Songs For The General Public.
The song is out with the music video, directed by Hilla Eden and Brian D’Addario. It portrays the band performing and walking around the cemetery.