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Beauty Pill Share Cover of Jimi Hendrix’s “I Don’t Live Today”

Blue Period Due Out January 20, 2023 via Ernest Jenning Record Co.

Dec 15, 2022

Beauty Pill have shared a cover of Jimi Hendrix’s 1967 song “I Don’t Live Today.” It is taken from their forthcoming double LP compilation, Blue Period, which consists of unreleased outtakes and demos and will be out on January 20, 2023 via Ernest Jenning Record Co. More

10 Best Songs of the Week: All We Are, Alex Lahey, Animal Collective, Nation of Language, and More

Plus Aeon Station, Boy Harsher, Beauty Pill, Clinic, and a Wrap-up of the Week’s Other Notable New Tracks

Oct 22, 2021

Welcome to the 40th Songs of the Week of 2021. More

Beauty Pill Announce New EP, Share Video for New Song “You Need a Better Mind”

Instant Night EP Due Out December 3 via Northern Spy

Oct 20, 2021

Beauty Pill have announced the release of a new EP, Instant Night, which will be out on December 3 via Northern Spy. They have also shared a video for their new song, “You Need a Better Mind.” More

Under the Radar Announces The Protest Issue with Japanese Breakfast and HAIM on the Covers

Issue 68 Out Now and Also Includes Julien Baker, Wolf Alice, Tegan and Sara, Arlo Parks, Fleet Foxes, Jessie Ware, Shamir, Lucy Dacus, Valerie June, David Byrne, Julian Casablancas, and Much More

Apr 21, 2021

Under the Radar is excited to announce the full details of our new print issue, which is out now nationwide (on newsstands, in such stores as Barnes & Noble and Books-A-Million, and elsewhere) and available to buy directly from us here. The issue features Japanese Breakfast and HAIM on the two covers and is another edition of The Protest Issue, which examines the intersection of music and politics and features musicians photographed with protest signs of their own making. More


Dec 08, 2020

Chad Clark admits there’s a shadow over Beauty Pill’s latest EP. That’s likely to be true of anything he makes from here on out. More