Today, Turnover announces its new album and shares two new singles. Altogether, due November 1st on RFC, sees the band breaking new ground and exploring elements of funk, jazz and britpop evidenced on lead singles "Plant Sugar" and "Much After Feeling." The latter is accompanied by a mind-bending Jennifer Stratford-directed visual, and speaks to the sacrifices necessary to stay connected despite being separated by geographic distance, embodying the band's experience recording the album while living on opposite coasts
Watch the "Much After Feeling" music video, and stream "Plant Sugar" below.
Elvis Depressedly, the enigmatic project of prolific songwriter, Mathew Lee Cothran, has announced Depressedelica, a brand new full-length due out October 4th. Depressedelica marks the North Carolina based musician's first new album as Elvis Depressedly in four years, following 2015's critically acclaimed New Alhambra. Today The FADER is premiering the album's first single "Jane, Don't You Know Me?" an adventurous cut of infectiously off-kilter pop that captures Cothran's unique ability to combine hazy experimental elements with undeniable hooks.
If you are unfamiliar with Elvis Depressedly, or Mat Cothran's other projects, check out our "Mat Cothran's Greatest Hits" playlist on Spotify and Apple Music for all the best tracks from Coma Cinema, Mathew Lee Cothran, Elvis Depressedly, as well as other collaborative efforts.