New Music Wednesday, Music, New Singles, Mid Week

Mid Week round up of all the latest new releases

We have all the latest mid week new releases all in one place..

1.  Noah Cyrus releases new single ‘All Three’

Following her recent GRAMMY® nomination for Best New Artist, RCA Records UK artist Noah Cyrus has released her latest single “All Three,” as well as an accompanying music video, revealed today.

The new single follows her recent North American RIAA DOUBLE PLATINUM certification for her global hit ‘July,’ which continues to grow, amassing an impressive 750 MILLION combined streams to date, also reaching TRIPLE PLATINUM in Australia, Canada and Ireland. ‘July’ is from her critically acclaimed 2020 EP release The End Of Everything. Listen HERE.

Last month, 20-year-old Noah Cyrus joined a very prestigious group of artists as one of the Best New Artist nominees for the 63rd Annual GRAMMY® Awards. The ceremony will air on CBS on Sunday, January 31. 

‘All Three’ is out everywhere now.

2. Pale Waves release ‘She’s My Religion’

SHE’S MY RELIGION, the new single from PALE WAVES, is here. A raw and honest track, lead singer HEATHER BARON-GRACIE wanted to represent a same-sex relationship between two women in its true form, without hiding behind the clichés of over-sexualisation or playful experimentation.

She’s My Religion isn’t the standard or typical love song. Society depicts the dark sides to a person as unlovable and tends to only focus on the positive sides. I believe to love someone and their entirety creates a love that is freeing and truthful. I also wanted to give my fans a song to find themselves in. I wish I had a song like this when I was a young girl trying to find herself in the world.

SHE’S MY RELIGION is the second track to be released from PALE WAVES new album set for release on 12 February 2021 and follows on from Change which received huge support across radio, DSPs and press, with The Guardian stating “Pale Waves are back with a banger”.

WHO AM I? was recorded primarily in Los Angeles alongside producer RICH COSTEY [Muse, Sigur Rós, Foo Fighters] before the Coronavirus lockdown forced the making of the album to go virtual, with Heather and Ciara remaining in LA and the rest of the band returning home to record their parts in their bedrooms.

3. GENERATION are back and going long-haul

The unrelenting spirit of wayward youth, burnished decadence and fizzing unpredictability arrive neatly packaged as Liverpool’s ferocious punk duo Generation announce their second single Tokyo, lifted from their upcoming debut mini-album Suicidal Champagne. Tip-toeing back home in someone else’s clothes from the night before, the brotherly duo slips briefly from their own world into civilisation to discharge a three-minute flare via Tri-Tone Music.

From New York Dolls and The Stooges at the start and rushing past eyeliner-era Manics in the middle, Generation represent the present of chandelier-swinging punk, combining raucous instrumental energy with low-waisted, high-heeled anti-glamour. The new release follows on from the momentum of their first single and title track from the album, Suicidal Champagne, which gained them critical praise and denomination as figureheads of a fresh, angst-wave, neo-punk scene being cultivated in Liverpool.

Tokyo was written by the duo, brothers, James and Dean Carne, about wanting rid of old band members that had aggravated them, willing them to leave the scene. The track talks of being trapped, painting claustrophobia on a canvas of gritty chords that are played with wild freedom. Ultimately, Tokyo finds the duo getting lost in the escapist fantasies that seem more relatable than ever as the world, not least Generation’s 20-something peers, lose days, weeks and months to the global pandemic.

4. Indica Blues share video for new album title track
As the world reels from a deadly pandemic and the U.S veers towards civil war, 13,890 nuclear weapons lie dormant. In their first single since signing to APF records, Indica Blues’ imagine a catastrophic very-near-future scenario in which current world events lead to all-out war and nuclear annihilation: We Are Doomed.

Indica Blues (in-deh-ka) are a four-piece psychedelic doom band from Oxford, U.K. Once described as ‘bong filling rock that is platinum heavy, but blessed with a melodic sensibility underneath it all,’ the band’s unique sound has garnered fans across the world since their formation in 2014. They have gigged with stoner rock luminaries such as Elder, Samsara Blues Experiment and Mars Red Sky.

On the new video for ‘We Are Doomed,’ Tom Pilsworth (guitars/vocals) comments,

“This song is our vision of near future nuclear annihilation, written in response to the chaotic world events of the last four years. We spent six hours in pouring rain at an abandoned cold war missile facility with director Josh Horwood and his team, and he couldn’t of done a better job. We hope people enjoy watching it as much as we enjoyed making it.”