Back with some new music to get you through the day. First up, the 80′s inspired goodness of The Mercy Beat with “Sweet!” from their forthcoming debut album which should be up in June.
Up next is the jangly rock’n'roll of the Singles and a second single from their upcoming album Look How Fast A Heart Can Break titled “(She’s Got)A Heart of Stone.” The album is due out on April 1st.
Rounding out this edition is a bit of indie rock courtesy of Incan Abraham and their new single “Concorde” off of the album Tolerance which is due out on April 8th.
Elder Brother is releasing their new album Heavy Head today on Pure Noise Records. Here is one of the first singles.
2nd time this week no less. Kicking this one off with a new single from the group W.C. Lindsay from their new album Easy Victim, Charitable Deceptions. Fair warning, while the song itself is pretty tame the band can be a little crass.
Up next is the rock sound of Chappo with “I’m Not Ready” from their forthcoming album Future Former Self which should be out this spring.
Rounding out this edition is In The Valley Below and a remix of their song “Peaches.” The remix was done by Bloc Party frontman Kele Okereke. In The Valley Below’s new EP Man Girl is due out in May.
J. Geils Band with “Freeze Frame” which is inextricably linked to a local trivia show that aired on St. Louis television on Saturday mornings back in the 80′s. Whether or not the show actually used this music or I’m crossing memory wires is up in the air, but a fun song none the less.