So, welcome to probably our last new music post of the year. As December hits we’ll be doing our end of year round ups, but it’s rare that anything gets put out in the run up to Christmas anyway.
First up is the new one from Prince Vaseline, which launched at the Rose Hill last weekend. It’s called The World of Leaf Moon, and it’s out now as a download or super limited 8″ vinyl on Love Thy Neighbour:
Night House‘s new single is called The Roots in the Wires and features Ellie Ford. They also had a launch last weekend, at the Unitarian Church. If you missed that, you can catch them this Saturday at Café Plenty:
Next we have IVI with the video for their single Lay With Me, shot during a festival in Croatia. You can catch the band at the first of the upcoming Support Your Local Girl Gang gigs put on by Rixson Music on 10th January:
Yumi and The Weather have a new double A side out Long Before (below) is backed with another new track called Callum:
Fragile is the new single from Murmur. You can catch them at the Locals night at the Prince Albert on 4th December, and then again supporting Igloo at their single launch on 8th December.
Strange Cages are heading off on a tour round Europe next week, before that they’re playing a late show at Stick Mike’s this Friday and are also giving away free downloads of their cover of Echo & The Bunnymen’s The Cutter:
Wild Cat Strike have a new single, a taster for their forthcoming album out next year on Small Pond. The single’s called Horses and is out now:
Also new out on Small Pond is Physics House Band‘s new single Calypso, which comes with a remix from Slugabed:
Yesterday Lazybones debuted the video for their new single Snake, which comes out on 8th December.
Evertim release a new EP called Your Heaven Held Me Well on 19th January. The first track they’ve shared from it is called Let Me Go, and you can watch the video for it here:
Our last track is by Bird in the Belly whose new single Horace in Brighton takes it’s lyrics from an 1813 poem of the same name. Here’s the video, which features plenty of familiar sights: