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Music | New Music Thursday – 5 May 2016

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Rarely Seen Above Ground (Jeremy Hickey) has released his new single, ‘Leave A Light On’ from his forthcoming 3rd studio album this week.

‘Leave A Light On’, is full of little tiks that give R.S.A.G the original sound.  Jeremy’s work as a multi-instrumentalist is defined by the textured vocals, fierce drum rhythms, and dark wave bass patterns have made this track one of his best yet.

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Mikko Joensuu’s new track ‘Warning Sign’ is taken from the Svart label debut ‘Amen 1’ (due out 10 June), which was recorded in the depths of the Finnish woodland in a remote cabin.

It is the first of the “Amen” trilogy – a triple album concept. The second and third instalments are due out late 2016 and early 2017.

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Augustines return with ‘When Things Fall Apart’, the new single taken from their upcoming album, “This Is Your Life”, due 10 June 2016.

The group, fresh from their own sold out Electric Ballroom and Manchester shows, dates with Noel Gallagher in Europe, and will play selected festivals (including headlining Dot to Dot) over the summer. They will later return to the UK and Ireland for a full headline tour.

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Shapes on Tape is a Brooklyn based musical project who blend psych synth with pop bass synth to create catchy indie-pop. ‘Fountain of Youth’ is a track that is taken fro a series of songs to be released as a double E.P. entitled “MOR/MOR.”

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Tiny Engines welcomed Leeds, UK’s Walleater to the roster in 2015. The band marked the label’s first foreign signing. Tiny Engines released Walleater’s new EP (II) collected with the band’s 2014 EP (I) together as one LP, I/II, in the Summer of 2015. The band returns with a new Digital 45, featuring two new songs.

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Happyness take a break from writing new material in advance of recording their second album for Moshi Moshi/PIAS (and follow-up to the acclaimed 2014 debut “Weird Little Birthday.”)

‘SB’s Truck’ was written around the story that “has something to do with [the late, famed, 80s wrestler and actor] André The Giant as a teenager having to be taken to school in Samuel Beckett’s truck because he couldn’t fit in his dad’s car.”

The Dandy Warhols take them out on tour across the EU and UK this month, with dates in Belfast and Dublin.

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