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6 Best Songs of the Week: Lost Horizons, The Weather Station, Bell Orchestre, and More

Plus Viagra Boys, London Grammar, Shame, and a Wrap-up of the Week’s Other Notable New Tracks

Jan 08, 2021

Welcome to the first Songs of the Week of 2021. And what a week it’s been! More

Viagra Boys – Stream the New Album

Welfare Jazz Out Now on YEAR0001

Jan 08, 2021

Swedish post-punk band Viagra Boys have released a new album, Welfare Jazz, today via YEAR0001. Now that it’s out you can stream the whole thing here. More

Dec 15, 2020

Swedish post-punk band Viagra Boys have just shared a cover of the 1999 John Prine song “In Spite of Ourselves” featuring Amy Taylor of Australian rock band Amyl and the Sniffers. The cover will be featured on Viagra Boys’ upcoming album Welfare Jazz, which will be out January 8, 2021 on YEAR001. More

12 Best Songs of the Last Two Weeks: Thom Yorke, Arlo Parks, Lost Horizons, Goat Girl, and More

Plus U.S. Girls, Arab Strap, Bernice, and a Wrap-up of the Week’s Other Notable New Tracks

Dec 04, 2020

Welcome to the 44th Songs of the Week of 2020. We didn’t do a Songs of the Week last week because of the Thanksgiving holiday, so this week’s list covers the last two weeks and thus it’s a Top 12 rather than a Top 10.

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Viagra Boys Release Video for New Song “Creatures”

Welfare Jazz Will Be Out January 8, 2021 on YEAR0001

Dec 01, 2020

Swedish post-punk band Viagra Boys have released a video for their new song “Creatures,” which will be featured on their upcoming album Welfare Jazz, out January 8, 2021 via YEAR0001. The video picks up where their previous video “Ain’t Nice” left off, where band member Sebastian Murphy is shown continuing to wander around an 18th century estate.  More



Reviews

Welfare Jazz

Welfare Jazz

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Jan 11, 2021

Swedish post-punks Viagra Boys populated the band’s 2018 debut Street Worms with liars, cheaters, and junkies, mimicking its worst aspects of hyper-masulinity with a dark comedic approach and a sardonic wit. More