Under The Radar

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  1. The Jesus and Mary Chain are releasing a new album, Glasgow Eyes, on March 22 via Fuzz Club. Now they have shared its third single, “Girl 71.”
  2. North Carolina-based indie pop and folk outfit The Collection returned last year with a series of singles, the first taste of their forthcoming new album due out later this year. The record follows their last full-length album, 2018’s Entropy, and their 2023 EP, How to Survive an Ending, and sees the band diverting into vulnerable and introspective new territory, prompted by frontman David Wimbish’s choice to get sober during the pandemic.
  3. Under the moniker your hands, Danish singer/songwriter Johannes Brandstrup crafts a cozy, charming, and folk-inflected style of indie pop. He has already shared a handful of singles, most recently with last year’s “down here waiting,” and tomorrow he’s set to share his forthcoming debut EP, songs to sing in your kitchen.
  4. Bat For Lashes (aka Natasha Khan) has announced a new album, The Dream of Delphi, and shared its title track via a music video.
  5. Tomorrow, folk rock outfit Little Kid is back with their seventh full-length album, A Million Easy Payments, released via Orindal Records. The album was originally meant to follow soon after their 2020 effort, Transfiguration Highway, but the pandemic brought that pace down, allowing it to be written and recorded in successive bursts over the past three years.