[video] The Orielles – Darkened Corners

Last month The Orielles released their excellent LP Tableau via Heavenly, and now they are sharing a new video for the album’s highlight, “Darkened Corners”.

It was co-directed by the band together with regular collaborator Neelam Khan Veela and features black and white footage of the trio walking around in Berlin before switching to the beautiful color visuals of them performing in the field.

Watch it below and buy the record here.

[video] PVA – Kim

Fresh off releasing their debut album BLUSH earlier this month, South London trio PVA returns today with a stunning music video for the album’s highlight, “Kim”.

It was directed by MILTON and sees the group performing in derelict buildings, whilst glitching and freezing in place.

Listen below and get the track here.

[video] Teleman – Short Life

England’s Teleman will release a new album, Good Time / Hard Time, on April 7 through Moshi Moshi Records.

Along with an announcement the now three-piece (Jonny Sanders departed earlier to focus on his film and design work) also shared the music video for one of the tracks, an anthemic “Short Life”. It follows Tom Sanders of the band on a beautiful October afternoon, driving out into the Essex countryside armed with an action cam.

Watch it below and pre-order the record here.

[video] Dry Cleaning – No Decent Shoes For Rain

Dry Cleaning have released a new song “No Decent Shoes For Rain” as the latest preview of their upcoming album Stumpwork, set for release on October 21 via 4AD.

Dry Cleaning live in Milan’22

It follows the previously released tracks “Don’t Press Me”, “Anna Calls From The Arctic”, “Gary Ashby”, and is accompanied by a cool music video that features various footage of the band edited by Jono Canning.

The song itself is inspired by grief, as explained by the group’s Florence Shaw:

“’No Decent Shoes for Rain’ is inspired by grief. Grief over past relationships, grief for loved ones who have died, and all the things that come with that; loneliness, numbness, yearning, ruminating about the past”.

Check it out below and pre-order the LP here.

[video] Priestgate – Some Things Never Change

Euphoric, hazy and big — that’s how “Some Things Never Change”, a new single by Priestgate sounds. This band is one of the brightest young talents on the UK underground dream pop/post-punk scene and should only get bigger in the coming years. Hopefully, they have an album (or an EP) planned for sometime soon or maybe even in 2023.

The single is released alongside the music video, shot & edited by Luke Hallet.

Watch it below and get the song here.