King Krule: “Easy Easy”
In case you missed it earlier this week: King Krule is more alive than he’s ever been, as he returned with his new track titled “Easy Easy" on Wednesday. As expected, the first song from his upcoming debut is an absolute gem. King Krule’s debut LP will be released on his 19th birthday, 24th August 2013. Its title is 6 Feet Beneath the Moon. Listen to “Easy Easy" below.
Oh May. The month where everything began for Analogue Spheres back in 2012. We’re one year old since May 28th and we’re glad to be back after a month of absence.
Peter Michel alias Hibou had already made his way to the internet with his double A single Glow / Hollow, and now he’s set to release his debut EP titled Dunes on June 13th. Taken from that EP is “Sunder”, a surfy pop jam in which we recognize DIIV or Beach Fossils. Just in time for summer. Listen and grab his smooth tune below.
Our favorite pair of psych-poppers, Phèdre, are going to release their second album this year. It’s titled ‘Eterna' and from now on Phèdre will be posting new songs from the full-length one by one. The first song taken from the LP is “Zenith”, a banging pop-tune which already wanders through my head after a couple of listens, despite the psychedelic and weird sphere in the song. We are pretty stoked for the album.
You can stream and grab “Zenith" below.
Winter Trees: “Outstanding Mary”
While all of us are longing for summer, Belgium’s Winter Trees brings back the coldest season of the year in his lo-fi track titled “Outstanding Mary”. You’ll probably get as into the song as we are right now after listening to Ben Demeyer’s slightly hypnotic guitar and emotional vocals which convinced us after one single second. Stream his outstanding number below.
Surfing: “Hollow Sparrow”
Virginia’s Surfing are back on our rader with a new song titled “Hollow Sparrow”, taken from an upcoming five-track EP out on vinyl this summer. The first cut we get to hear from the new release sounds a bit different to their earlier work, but it’s still got remains of their young punk-sound, although we hear more and more shoegaze-influenced things on this one. We’re pretty stoked to hear the full EP, take a listen below.
Sleepers’ Reign: “Four Dots”
Here’s another promising Belgian outfit — Sleepers’ Reign, who we’ve introduced back in 2012. Today marks the release of their debut single, taken from an album or any other release that should be out soon (we hope). Just like the demos they’ve dropped last year, “Four Dots" sounds truly terrific. The way this song sounds better and better when it develops makes it brilliant every single listen. The experimental synths, steady percussion and the absolutely stellar sounding vocals make us look forward to whatever comes next. Highly recommended.