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10 Best Songs of the Week: Oceanator, Doves, Ela Minus, Clipping, and More

Plus Tim Heidecker, Tunng, Travis, The Flaming Lips, and a Wrap-up of the Week’s Other Notable New Tracks

Aug 28, 2020

Welcome to the 34th Songs of the Week of 2020. The Republican National Convention was this week, in which President Trump and his party attempted to convince the country that if Joe Biden and the Democrats take over it will be a lawless land with a defunded police and riots in every city (um…no, that won’t happen). In a nomination acceptance speech on the White House lawn (which was a breach of protocol), complete with fireworks and an opera singer, Trump tried to pull one over on America that he has handled the coronavirus well (um…no, that hasn’t happened).  More

Fenne Lily Shares Video for New Song “Solipsism”

BREACH Out September 18 on Dead Oceans

Aug 25, 2020

Bristol, England-based singer Fenne Lily has shared another single from her forthcoming album, BREACH, out September 18 on Dead Oceans. The lo-fi “Solipsism” comes with an accompanying video that features a strange trip to the supermarket, check it out below. More

Jun 23, 2020

Bristol, England-based singer/songwriter Fenne Lily has announced a new album, BREACH, and has shared its lead single, “Alapathy,” via a video for the track. BREACH will be released on September 18 via Dead Oceans. It is Lily’s first album for the label and second album over all. More


Interviews

Fenne Lily on “BREACH”

Breaching the Void

Sep 17, 2020

On paper, 2020 looked like being a busy and exciting time for UK singer/songwriter Fenne Lily. Appearances at SXSW, U.S. dates with Waxahatchee and Lucy Dacus, before an extensive tour of the UK and Europe to promote her second album, BREACH, meant her diary was pretty much full. Enter a global pandemic and, instead, Lily is sat at home dying her hair chatting to Under the Radar More


Reviews

BREACH

BREACH

Dead Oceans

Sep 18, 2020

BREACH, English singer/songwriter Fenne Lily’s sophomore record, and Dead Oceans debut, is a stark isolated reflection on her inner life. Written in voluntary isolation (pre-pandemic),  More