We're just over a month away from the recently announced album by Arcade Fire (Everything Now - out July 28th), and we have a second single from the band.
Where the first song ("Everything Now") definitely had a disco-ABBA vibe to it, "Creature Comfort" leans more towards the 80's with it's heavy synth sound, but features lines describing social pressures men and women face and the pain that comes with it. (Check out the lyrics to get more in depth!)
Oh, and if you were unaware, the band will be performing in Vancouver on October 14th at the Pacific Coliseum.
Yukon-based singer Declan O'Donovan will be in Vancouver tomorrow night, performing at the Wise Hall, so we thought we'd give you a taste.
Here is his single and video for "Down To The Bottom" from his album Broken Sky, which was released back on the 2nd of June.
Cold Specks has released a new song from her forthcoming album (no title yet, and it's due later this year), called "Wild Card".
Despite what I hear in my head (THIS) every time I hear read the words Wild Card, the song is slow and beautiful in true Cold Specks style, and "was shaped by selflessness and the strength of refugee women."
She will be performing in Toronto tomorrow as part of NXNE, before heading to Vancouver for the Vancouver Folk Music Festival weekend.
Sarah Jickling (and Her Good Bad Luck) is finally set to release her solo debut, after teasers over the last few years.
The album, When I Get Better, will be released on July 14th, and will document her mental health issues, exploring relationships and friendships alongside the struggles she is vocal about in both her music and writing.
Check out the live version of "This Time" below, and keep an eye out for the debut!