Girls In Peacetime Want To Dance
The Glasgow, Scotland indie pop band has been at this for nearly 20 years. This is the group’s ninth studio album and first since 2010′s Belle and Sebastian Write About Love. The band will be performing at this years Coachella Music Festival, I caught them way back in 2004 at my cherry Coachella.
Watch “Nobody’s Empire” here:
Download Girls In Peacetime Want To Dance here:
Sleater-Kinney No Cities To Love
Corin Tucker, Carrie Brownstein, and Janet Weiss are Olympia, Washington’s pride and joy. The band returns with their first studio album since 2005′s The Woods. For those upset the trio isn’t playing the Coachella Festival this year, let’s not forget, the band played back in 2006 prior to going on indefinite hiatus.
Watch “Bury Our Friends” here:
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What A Terrible World, What A Beautiful World
The much-anticipated (at least in the world I live in) release from the Porland, Oregon indie folk gods. I like The Decemberists, and couldn’t care less what anyone else thinks of them. This is the band’s follow-up to the 2011 album The King Is Dead.
Watch “Lake Song” here:
Download What A Terrible World, What A Beautiful World here:
Viet Cong Viet Cong
The Calgary indie buzzband seems to be on many of those Bands On The Come lists for 2015. Their self-titled 7-song debut is the work of two former members of the Canadian rock band Women.
Check out “Silhouettes” here:
Download Viet Cong here: