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Jun 06, 2022

Katie Alice Greer (formerly of Priests) has shared a video for her new single “Captivated.” It is the latest release from her forthcoming album, Barbarism, which will be out on June 24 via FourFour. More

May 11, 2022

Katie Alice Greer (formerly of Priests) has shared a new single, “Dreamt I Talk To Horses.” It is the latest release from her forthcoming album, Barbarism, which will be out on June 24 via FourFour. More

Watch Priests Perform Three Songs in a Tiny Desk Concert

They Did "Jesus' Son," "The Seduction of Kansas," and "I'm Clean"

Jul 19, 2019

Washington, D.C.‘s Priests released a new album, The Seduction of Kansas, back in April via Sister Polygon (stream it here). Now they have stopped by NPR Music to perform three songs as part of their Tiny Desk Concert series. More

Priests - Stream the New Album

The Seduction of Kansas Out Now via Sister Polygon

Apr 05, 2019

Washington, D.C.‘s Priests have released a new album, The Seduction of Kansas, today via Sister Polygon. Now that the album is out, you can stream the whole thing below. Also below are Priests’ upcoming tour dates. More

Priests Share Video for New Song “Jesus’ Son”

The Seduction of Kansas Due Out This Friday via Sister Polygon

Apr 01, 2019

Washington, D.C.‘s Priests are releasing a new album, The Seduction of Kansas, this Friday (April 5) via Sister Polygon. Now post-punk band have shared a video for another new song from the album, “Jesus’ Son.” More

Priests Share Lyric Video for New Song “Good Time Charlie”

The Seduction of Kansas Due Out April 5 via Sister Polygon

Feb 20, 2019

Washington, D.C.‘s Priests are releasing a new album, The Seduction of Kansas, on April 5 via Sister Polygon. Previously the band shared a video for the album’s title track, “The Seduction of Kansas,” which was one of our Songs of the Week. Now post-punk band have shared a lyric video for another new song from the album, “Good Time Charlie.” More

10 Best Songs of the Week: Fat White Family, Lizzo, Sharon Van Etten, Cherry Glazerr, and More

Plus SOAK, SASAMI, POND, Beirut, Priests, Steve Gunn, and a Wrap-up of the Week's Other Notable New Tracks

Jan 11, 2019

Welcome to the first Songs of the Week of 2019. We took an extended break in December, as there aren’t too many notable new songs released at the end of the year (beyond endless Christmas covers), but the past week has been filled with exciting new album announcements, most accompanied by new singles worthy of consideration for this list. More

Jan 09, 2019

Washington, D.C.‘s Priests have announced a new album, The Seduction of Kansas, and shared a video for its first single, the album’s title track. The post-punk band have also announced some tour dates. Check out the video for “The Seduction of Kansas” below, followed by the album’s tracklist and cover art, as well as their tour dates. More

Coachella 2018 Announces Lineup Featuring Beyoncé, The War on Drugs, St. Vincent, and More

Plus The Weeknd, Eminem, Fleet Foxes, alt-J, Perfume Genius, Moses Sumney, Angel Olsen, First Aid Kit, Japanese Breakfast, and Others

Jan 03, 2018

Coachella has announced the lineup for their 2018 festival, which goes down in Indio, California over two weekends in April (with the same bill each weekend). Friday April 13 and 20 is headlined by The Weeknd, Saturday April 14 and 21 is headlined by Beyoncé, and Sunday April 15 and 22 is headlined by Eminem. More

Under the Radar’s Top 15 Debut Albums of 2017

Our Favorite First Full-Lengths From the Last Year

Dec 31, 2017

The majority of 2017’s best debut albums came from female artists or bands fronted by women, from London-based all-female indie-pop teenaged trio Girl Ray and Syria-born singer/songwriter Bedouine (aka Azniv Korkejian) to Australian indie rocker Alex Lahey and New Zealand bedroom pop artist Fazerdaze (aka Amelia Murray). Midnight Sister, Priests, and Charly Bliss are all female-fronted bands as well, on top of other women solo artists on our Top 15 Debut Albums of 2017 list. More

Jul 28, 2017

This week Jake Snider from Minus the Bear discusses the future of the right, the state of the country, and his move from one side of the political spectrum to the other. We also round-up a busy and unpleasant week for Trump, particularly when it comes to healthcare and transgender rights, plus there’s a little Iron & Wine to close. More

Soundtracking the Resistance - Changing Climates: An Interview with Marian Hill on the Environment

Plus Trump at G20, North Korea, Morrissey, Young Thug, and Will Butler

Jul 07, 2017

It’s not been long since the President in all his wisdom announced his decision to withdraw America from the Paris Agreement on climate change. That will likely come up again during the G20 meeting (more below) but first we have duo Marian Hill demonstrating not everyone has to give up on the environment. More

Patreon Premiere: Priests - Appropriate Conversation for a New World (The Full Interview)

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May 23, 2017

If you support Under the Radar‘s Patreon page at the minimum contribution of at least $1.00 a month you get access to our Patreon-only feed featuring exclusive content only available to Patreon supporters. Sometimes we also premiere content on Patreon, content that will be posted to our website, but our Patreon supporters will get the first look. More


Apr 24, 2019

Priests are a band that always have a lot on their mind. Much was made when the release date of their heralded debut album, Nothing Feels Natural, happened to coincide with the inauguration of the new U.S. president at the start of 2017, the D.C. band’s defiant energy offering a dose of desperately needed anger-catharsis during that most dystopian of weeks. More

May 26, 2017

Washington, D.C.‘s Priests (vocalist Katie Alice Greer, guitarist Taylor Mulitz, bassist G.L. Jaguar, and drummer Daniele Daniele) formed in late 2011 and have already released two cassette tapes in 2012 and 2013 (fittingly titled Tape One and Tape Two), 2012’s Radiation/Personal Planes 7-inch EP, and 2014’s Bodies and Control and Money 12-inch EP. 2017 has finally seen the release of their first full-length LP, Nothing Feels Natural. More


Apr 12, 2019

In 2017, Washington, D.C post-punks Priests announced themselves to the world with, despite the claims for the contrary, a big bang. More

Jun 15, 2017

Long unavailable except as streams on their Bandcamp page, the Washington D.C. band Priests has fulfilled the demand for the re-release of some of their earliest material by reissuing both of their early cassette releases on a single LP for Record Store Day. More