A Place to Bury Strangers
Here’s a quiet little number from minimalist folk group A Place to Bury Strangers, best listened to right before you’re about to doze off. The track is off last year’s Exploding Head (TMT Review), which is out on Mute.
Meth, Ghost & Rae
Teenage Fanclub’s new album, Shadows, is released June 8 via Merge. Can you believe they’ve been a band for over 20 years now? I can. They formed in 1989.
Emeralds has unveiled a new video for “Geode,” a track off last year’s self-titled album on Wagon/Gneiss Things. Look for the limited-edition laserdisc version on Def Jam? [via No Conclusion]