Posts Tagged ‘Sunflower Bean’

  1. First Aid Kit – Ruins
  2. Courtney Marie Andrews – May Your Kindness Remain
  3. Suuns – Watch You, Watch Me
  4. Alela Diane – Ether & Wood
  5. Nap Eyes – I’m Bad Now
  6. Prism Tats – Daggers
  7. Public Access T.V. – Lost In The Game
  8. U.S. Girls – Pearly Gates
  9. Sunflower Bean – Crisis Fest
  10. Rik & The Pigs – America
  11. Frankie Cosmos – Jesse
  12. Kal Marks – Today I Walked Down To The Tree, Read A Book, And When I Was Done I Went Back Inside
  13. Shitkid – Yooouuu
  14. H.C. McEntire – Quartz In The Valley
  15. Van William – Cosmic Sign

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

I Was A Fool is New York trio Sunflower Bean’s first new single since releasing their critically acclaimed debut album Human Ceremony last year.

It is a sublime slice of dreamy, indie-pop that over three and a half minutes manages to expertly navigate a route that prevents it from ever becoming twee or overly saccharine whilst retaining a gentle, rolling charm all of its own.

Listen below. As well as opening for the Wolf Alice tour next week, they will be back in March next year for a headline tour of their own. Dates also below.

 

24/03 – Nottingham @ Rescue Rooms
26/03 – Norwich @ Open Norwich
27/03 – Birmingham @ Hare and Hounds
28/03 – Newcastles @ Riverside
29/03 – Leeds @ The Wardrobe
30/03 – Manchester @ Gorilla
31/03 – Liverpool @ The Magnet
01/04 – Glasgow @ Stereo
03/04 – Bristol @ The Thekla
05/04 – Brighton @ Concorde 2
06/04 – London @ KOKO

Tickets on sale from the 10th November here.

best of the weekA cracking collection of nine brand new tunes gathered from this week for you.

We have the return of Grandaddy, a reverential cover of the Modern Lovers by Sunflower Bean, and tastes from new records by Weyes Blood, Howe Gelb, Marissa Nadler and TOY and, as they always say, much more besides.

All yours…

  1. Grandaddy – Way We Won’t
  2. Allah-Las – Terra Ignota
  3. TOY – I’m Still Believing
  4. Weyes Blood – Do You Need My Love
  5. Marissa Nadler – The Best You Ever Had
  6. Sunflower Bean – Old World  (Modern Lovers cover)
  7. Growlers – I’ll Be Around
  8. Howe Gelb – Terribly So
  9. Laish – Love On The Conditional

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

best of the weekA perfect ten (count ’em) rounded up for you this week, all fresh and emerging blinking into the daylight. Or something like that…

  1. Menace Beach – Holidays Are Heavy
  2. The Big Pink – High Times
  3. So Pitted – Rot In Hell
  4. The Pains Of Being Pure At Heart – Hell
  5. Pretty Vicious – Are You Ready For Me
  6. Rare Monk – California
  7. Sunflower Bean – Wall Watcher
  8. Lanterns On The Lake – Through The Cellar Door
  9. The Bernard Lakes – Motorway
  10. The Tindersticks – Hey Lucinda

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

We’ve already posted Stalker, the flip side to I Hear Voices by Brooklyn’s neo-psych rockers Sunflower Bean.

Now here is the A side in all its hazy, spring-heeled glory that is making good on all the hype the band are generating.

Stream it here.

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Brooklyn-based neo-psych rock trio Sunflower Bean are gearing up for their first-ever label release, a 7” coming out on Fat Possum on July 24th. To mark the occasion they have released a new, hard-hitting song entitled The Stalker, which will be the forthcoming single’s b-side.

It follows the equally good, previously released a-side, I Hear Voices (which we posted here).

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Brooklyn-based psychedelic trio Sunflower Bean’s  new single I Hear Voices will be released on Fat Possum on the 24th July.

They have taken their garage-rock and psych sounds, spiced them up with some sweetly melodic riffs and smothered it all in hazy vocals. It is a more than worthy follow up to their self-released debut EP, Show Me Your Seven Secrets, at the end of 2014 (see our previous band post here).

I Hear Voices will be available on limited 7” and download, and features The Stalker on the flip side.

Give it a spin.

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MM Shorts 607: Sunflower Bean

Sunflower Bean just released their new single, the boldly named Tame Impala, it is a blistering sun drenched single with sharp hooks and incandescent guitar riffs that channels Velvet Underground psychedelia and Black Sabbath’s dark rock to their own drowsy indie ethos

Have a listen.

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