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New Impressions: Beabadoobee, Amber Run, Selfish Things, and more!

As we patiently wait for Beabadoobee‘s upcoming Space Cadet EP, we have been blessed with a new single. I Wish I Was Stephen Malkmus continues her characteristic story-like songwriting with grungy tones and dynamic instrumentation. Beabadoobee is truly bringing a fresh spin to bedroom pop and soon to be taking over. She’ll be hitting the road with Clairo this fall for her Immunity tour. Space Cadet will be released on October 18th via Dirty Hit Records.

Amber Run are working their way towards the release of their new record Philophobia. The record is meant to take on the theme of human connection and the “fear of falling in love”. Their latest single What Could Be As Lonely As Love continues the journey into the theme as they dive into the varying degrees of love that everyone will experience within their lifetime.

One of the most promising bands on Pure Noise Records, Selfish Things, have released their debut record Logos. The record includes features from members of Crown The Empire, Underoath, and Yellowcard. The heartfelt record dives into varying emotions including anxiety, grief, and love. The band’s honest lyricism and signature melodies make them a promising young band and makes this a standout debut release. Stream Mind on our New Impressions playlist and watch the music video below.

Kevin Griffin has released another heartfelt single. Someone Tonight is a solemn and hauntingly beautiful track. His songwriting abilities truly standout on this track and leave us even more anxious for his debut solo album Anywhere You Go coming out October 4th. Pre-order the record here.

Other additions to the playlist include Oh, Wonder, Jealous of the Birds, and The Menzingers. Stream our playlist on Spotify and hit save to listen to it on the go!

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