Sounds

“Prayers/Triangles” by Deftones

California-based rock band Deftones have announced their eighth album, Gore, due out on April 8th! Gore is the follow-up to 2012’s Koi No Yokan, and features a guest appearance from Alice In Chains guitarist Jerry Cantrell. It’s going to be a great Spring, as the band hits the road next month to do a bunch of dates both at home and abroad. Check out the new single, Prayers/Triangles!

“Weak” by Wet

Back in 2014, we featured music from Brooklyn trio, Wet, whose emotive blend of indie pop has been hailed by countless outlets including the New York Times, Spin, the Guardian, and NPR. Fast forward to 2016, and the band has finally released their highly anticipated debut album, Don’t You. Check out their live version of the track Weak!

“Is The Is Are” by DIIV

Last week, DIIV premiered Is the Is Are, the title track from their forthcoming sophomore album of the same name. In conjunction with the release of the track, DIIV announced a run of album residency shows in LA, San Francisco and New York in February on the heels of a bigger 2016 tour schedule. It’s been quite some time since their last album, and we’re stoked the wait is finally over for new music! Check out Is the Is Are!

“Keep On Keepin’ On” by Bleached

This week we’re featuring Bleached! On April 1st, the Los Angeles-based band will release their new album, Welcome The Worms. For established fans, their ambitious new rock album is a smarter, heavier, emotionally deeper Bleached. The band will tour as a four-piece all over North America this spring. In the meantime check out the video for their debut single, Keep On Keepin’ On!

“I am Chemistry” by Yeasayer

This week’s Music Monday artist, Yeasayer, have their highly anticipated fourth record, Amen & Goodbye, coming out on April 1st. Their first track I Am Chemistry is a psychedelic journey that proves Yeasayer still has the knack for writing odd pop songs. And what would an odd pop song be without an oddly awesome music video? Check out the video for I Am Chemistry!

“Exit 353” by Damien Jurado

This week we’re featuring prolific singer-songwriter, Damien Jurado! Cut once again with label mate and producer-extraordinaire Richard Swift at the latter’s National Freedom recording facility in rural Oregon, Visions of Us on the Land (Jurado’s fourteenth release) drops March 18th on Secretly Canadian. The album marks the completion of a trilogy that started back with 2012’s Maraqopa. Check out the first single Exit 353!

“The Plain Moon” by The Besnard Lakes

In less than a month, The Besnard Lakes will release their new album, A Coliseum Complex Museum, on January 22nd via Jagjaguwar. Fifteen years deep into their career with a new line up and a renewed sense of ambition, the band is creating a larger narrative about what it means to be a classic rock band with a rich catalogue in the 21st Century. As they prep for the album’s release, The Bernard Lakes have released a single called, The Plain Moon, a soaring, shoegazing monster of a track. Check it out!