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Under the Radar’s Top 130 Songs of 2021

Our Favorite 2021 Tracks That You Can Listen to All Day Long, All Day Long

Jan 25, 2022

It is confounding that so many outlets insist on posting best songs of the year lists in early December. Not only are there several more weeks left in the year, in which a number of potential great songs could be released, it also takes time to digest all the tracks released in November and earlier in the fall. We’ve obviously taken too much time. More

Sea Power Share New Song “Green Goddess”

Everything Was Forever Due Out February 18 via Golden Chariot

Jan 05, 2022

Sea Power (who were formerly known as British Sea Power, but last year shortened their name partially due to “a rise in a certain kind of nationalism in this world”) have shared a new song, “Green Goddess.” It’s the latest single to be taken from their upcoming new album, Everything Was Forever, which is due out February 18 via the band’s own label Golden Chariot. More

12 Best Songs of the Week: Cate Le Bon, Imarhan, Elbow, Snail Mail, and More

Plus Laetitia Sadier, Michael Kiwanuka, HARD FEELINGS, Hamilton Leithauser and Kevin Morby, and a Wrap-up of the Week’s Other Notable New Tracks

Oct 15, 2021

Welcome to the 39th Songs of the Week of 2021. It was a blockbuster week for new songs, although the week’s biggest song (Adele’s “Easy On Me”) didn’t make the list. But “Easy On Me” did set the all-time record for biggest single day streams for a song in Spotify history, so Adele will be fine. This week we have a supersized Top 12 and a solid honorable mentions list. More

Sea Power Share New Song “Folly”

Everything Was Forever Due Out February 11, 2022 via Golden Chariot

Oct 13, 2021

Sea Power (who were formerly known as British Sea Power, but recently shortened their name partially due to “a rise in a certain kind of nationalism in this world”) have shared a new song, “Folly.” It’s the latest single to be taken from their upcoming new album, Everything Was Forever, which is due out February 11, 2022 via the band’s own label Golden Chariot. More

Sea Power Share Split Screen Video for “Two Fingers” and Announce New UK Tour Dates

Everything Was Forever Due Out February 11, 2022 via Golden Chariot

Sep 15, 2021

Sea Power (who were formerly known as British Sea Power, but recently shortened their name partially due to “a rise in a certain kind of nationalism in this world”) have shared a video for their recent single “Two Fingers” and announced some 2022 UK tour dates. The song is taken from their upcoming album, Everything Was Forever, which is due out February 11, 2022 via the band’s own label Golden Chariot. More

12 Best Songs of the Last Two Weeks: Magdalena Bay, Sea Power, Nation of Language, and More

Plus Big Thief, Trace Mountains, Macie Stewart, and a Wrap-up of the Last Two Weeks’ Other Notable New Tracks

Aug 13, 2021

Welcome to the 30th Songs of the Week of 2021. As I was on vacation last week, this week’s list covers the last two week’s worth of songs. So it’s a super-sized edition with a Top 12. More

British Sea Power Change Name to Sea Power, Announce New Album, and Share New Song “Two Fingers”

Everything Was Forever Due Out February 11, 2022 via Golden Chariot

Aug 09, 2021

British Sea Power have announced that they have changed their name, shortening it to simply Sea Power, and have also announced a new album, Everything Was Forever, and shared its first single, “Two Fingers.” More



Interviews

Feb 18, 2022

​To end the week, we ask Jan Scott Wilkinson of the British band Sea Power some questions about endings and death. More


Reviews

Feb 10, 2022

A lot has been made about the name change that accompanied the announcement of this sextet’s first album in half a decade, but the rechristened Sea Power (formerly known as British Sea Power) is having no trouble with that teacup-sized storm. More