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Joaquin bringing you down? I have just the solution. Welcome back to another Monday and another blog post. I bring you four more A+ new tracks that will brighten up your probably rainy afternoon (provided your Internet isn’t down.)

Okay, the first one isn’t REALLY new, but the video is. It’s by one of my favorite breakthrough acts of the year, Bully (who I didn’t get to see at Hopscotch because of 21+ venues- BOO) and it’s called “Too Tough.” “Too Tough” is my second favorite song off of their debut ‘Feels Like,’ and it’s a perfect fed-up anthem.


Hibou is the dream-pop-inspired project of Peter Michel. His self-titled album released in September and the new video for shimmering yet vaguely gloomy single “When The Season Ends” can be seen below.


Now introducing another self-titled album starting with the letter H: Hectorina. Hectorina is a local Charlotte band who you might be familiar with if you live in the Carolinas due to their rock opera “Collywobble.” They, too, have a (spooky) new video below for their song “Why Should I Wait.”


Finally, IN BREAKING NEWS, Bloc Party have premiered two new songs, “The Good News” and “Exes,” on BBC earlier today!!!!! They have been on hiatus since 2013 and I am V EXCITED that they are back! Listen here starting at the 2 hr 15 min mark (“Exes” is played later at about the 2 hr 39 min mark.)


And that’s all for now. See you here this time next week!



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