The Beths, Phoebe Bridges, Angel Olsen and more

The Beths, Phoebe Bridgers, Angel Olsen and more

The Beths, Phoebe Bridges, Angel Olsen and more

The Beths, Phoebe Bridgers, Angel Olsen and more

The Feed - Your weekly round-up and digest on all things new music.

Though the lockdown continues, new music keeps on coming!

This week’s new music

Synthpop project Washed Out release single ‘Too Late’, accompanied by a crowd-sourced music video, and New Zealanders The Beths are back with their undeniably catchy song ‘Dying To Believe’. Swallow Cave sooth the soul in new track ‘Nostalgia’ while Harkin’s new single ‘Dial It In’ hits all the right spots.

Elsa Hewitt shares a remix of Beula’s track ‘Vee’, creating a pool-side fever dream, while Ohmme release single ‘Ghost’, donning vibrating riffs and full dual vocals. Released ahead of his second album Twin Heavy, pop and rock hold hands in Willie J Healey’s new track ‘True Stereo’, and Phoebe Bridgers shares much awaited new music ‘Kyoto’, a song to play on repeat no matter the mood.

LA indie trio Wallows release ‘OK’, a track about accepting love even when we feel we may not deserve it, while Angel Olsen releases Johnny Jewel’s remix of ‘All Mirrors’. And finally, pulled from his upcoming album I Grow Tired But I Dare Not Fall Asleep, Ghostpoet shares chilling new track ‘Nowhere To Hide’.

Washed Out – Too Late

The Beths – Dying To Believe

Swallow Cave – Nostalgia

Harkin – Dial It In

Elsa Hewitt x Beula – Vee

Ohmme – Ghost

Willie J Healey – True Stereo

Phoebe Bridgers – Kyoto

Wallows – OK

Angel Olsen x Johnny Jewel – All Mirrors

Ghostpoet – Nowhere To Hide