Faye Webster – Flowers (feat. Father)
Cherry Glazerr is back today, releasing a new, standalone single and video entitled “Juicy Socks.” The band rocks out in the Jessica Nicole Collins-directed video surrounded by a hedonistic brawl inside a neon-lit party bus. “Juicy Socks,” an infectious rocker, is the first new music to be released by the Los Angeles three piece since 2017’s Apocalipstick, and is a preview of music the band is currently recording for their forthcoming new LP via Secretly Canadian.
Cherry Glazerr (now a three-piece featuring Clementine Creevy on guitar/vocals, Tabor Allen on drums and Devin O’Brien on bass) will play Coachella on Saturday, April 14 and 21 at 6:30pm on the Sonora Stage. They will also support shows prior to Coachella in Pomona, CA and Las Vegas for 2018 Grammy winners Portugal. The Man.
The band spent much of 2017 on the road throughout the US and Europe, playing 127 shows total and including dates alongside The Flaming Lips, Spoon, Foster The People, Slowdive and others – plus their own headline shows and festival appearances at FYF, Panorama, Osheaga, and Pitchfork. Most recently, Cherry Glazerr performed with The Breeders in Los Angeles on April 5.
Clementine Creevy has this to say about the new single: “‘Juicy Socks’ is about vocalization. Using one’s voice as a strong weapon and needing to be heard in order to not feel like shit. Oh also, it’s about wanting to smash Donald Trump’s orange fuckin’ head into a brick wall!”
* = performing with Portugal. The Man
Today Alex Cameron releases 'Alex Cameron Live in San Francisco' via Secretly Canadian and Castle Face Records. An intimate evening with Alex and his indispensable sax man, Roy Molloy (beard in briefcase) performing at the Swedish American Hall in San Francisco, a classy and lovingly maintained venue originally built in 1907 on Market Street.
After completing his previous projects Postcards and Ghostwriting , Jens Lekman came up with a new idea. He asked fellow Swedish songwriter Annika Norlin (Hello Saferide, Säkert!) to join him. The idea was that throughout the year of 2018, the two of them would correspond through music.
Shura will tour North America this fall in support of her much-anticipated second album to be released later this year via Secretly Canadian. The dates will take her across the West Coast, through the Midwest, and wrap up on the East Coast.
Today, Faye Webster shares the video for her new track “Flowers”, co-directed by Webster and Kevin Hayes. The collaboration with Father premiered today on Beats 1 and is the latest single from her forthcoming full length, Atlanta Millionaires Club, out May 24th via Secretly Canadian.