Here is Part 2 of our round up of the best of the week’s releases.
In this batch of gems we have a new single from prolific garage-punk Ty Segall, another taster from the Jesus & Mary Chain’s long awaited new record and a brilliant track from Mark Lanegan’s recently announced album Gargoyle. The Tablets offer up an excellent new wave inspired single and there is a first taste from effervescent indie rockers Charly Bliss’ forthcoming debut album Guppy.
We’re also eagerly awaiting Annie Hardy’s upcoming long player and Want shows why, and lastly Tom Williams is back with a rousing new single of orchestral Americana.
Enjoy, and check out Part 1 of the post from yesterday here.
- Ty Segall – Pan
- Mark Lanegan Band – Nocturne
- Jesus & Mary Chain – Always Sad
- Annie Hardy – Want
- Charly Bliss – Glitter
- The Tablets – Not A Sign
- Tom Williams – Everyone Needs A Home