Song of the Day

Song of the Day: The Waeve – Kill Me Again

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Amongst the big Britpop-related stories of late is the news that Blur would be reuniting for a few shows next year, including a pair of just announced dates in Barcelona and Madrid for Primavera Sound.

But that’s not the only Blur-adjacent project in the news. Also of note is The Waeve, a collaboration between Rose Elinor Dougall and Blur guitarist Graham Coxon, who will be releasing their self-titled debut album on February 3 of next year.

“Kill Me Again” is the latest single to be released from the upcoming album. Check it out below.

Song of the Day: Cloth – Sidecar

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“Sidecar” is the latest single from Glasgow’s Cloth, taken from their Low Sun EP, out now on Rock Action Records. Check it out.

Song of the Day: Widowspeak – True Blue

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“True Blue” is the latest single from Widowspeak‘s The Jacket, released earlier this year via Captured Tracks. Check it out below.

Song of the Day: Enumclaw – Cowboy Bebop

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Enumclaw is a band from Tacoma, Washington who just released their debut full length Save The Baby last month via Luminelle Recordings.

Enumclaw also happens to be the name of a city near Tacoma which has a very unfortunate and somewhat disturbing Google search result … the sordid details of which I won’t get into here. But, yeah, it’s a doozy. Here’s hoping Enumclaw the band will someday get big enough that they become the new number one search result for “Enumclaw” without having to add the qualifier of “band” at the end.

I will speak no more of Enumclaw the place, though I will say a few more words on Enumclaw the band. While their Twitter bio may cheekily refer to them as the “best band since Oasis,” there doesn’t seem to be too much of a Gallagher brothers influence in there. Rather, the band’s sound is much more reminiscent of other ’90s stalwarts, with shades of Dinosaur Jr, Pavement and Sonic Youth coming through in their songs. Check out the video for one of those songs, “Cowboy Bebop,” below.

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