New music from Chastity Belt, Belle & Sebastian, and Lankum

Chastity Belt share the final single before the release of their new self-titled album on 20 September ~ ‘Drown.’ The lush new track has roots in the band’s early years. Singer/guitarist Julia Shapiro says “I started writing “Drown” back when I was 23… so almost 6 years ago. It came together with the band a few years later. It feels good to finally put it out into the world! Everyone’s parts on it are really intricate and thoughtful and overall add to the moodiness of the song.”


Belle & Sebastian share another taste off their new OST for Days of the Bagnold Summer ~ ‘This Letter.’ The soundtrack is released Friday 13 September.


Meander through new music from Lankum, ‘The Wild Rover,’ which marks the announcement of their new album The Livelong Day, out 25 October. Made up of brothers Ian and Daragh Lynch, Cormac MacDiarmada and Radie Peat, Lankum have gained worldwide acclaim for their first two albums and captivating, often euphoric live performances. The Livelong Day, recorded and produced by John ‘Spud’ Murphy in the Meadow and Guerrilla Sounds studio, through March and May of 2019 successfully blends alternative folk and psychedelia. Lankum are about to fully cement their reputation as one of the most unique and talked about groups to emerge from Ireland in decades.

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