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Published on December 18th, 2018 | by Nerhys


New Music from the Inbox for December 18, 2018: SINE, Balto, Dani Bell and the Tarantist, & More!

Artist: SINE
Song: “Feed the Vultures”
Album: Single

Gearing up to release their debut album early in the New Year, SINE just released the first single “Feed the Vultures”. They sound dark and sexy with edgy lyrics. 


Artist: Balto
Song: “Still Don’t Know (What Love Is)”
Album: Single

Balto’s latest single features rich acoustic guitars and powerful lyrics. It’s a personal and introspective song about love.


Artist: Dani Bell and the Tarantist
Song: “The End”
Album: Single

San Diego band Dani Bell and the Tarantist create dreamy psych pop. Their new album is set to drop mid-January.


Artist: All Else Fails
Song: “A Dream of Names”
Album: Single

Edmonton band All Else Fails are getting ready to release their tenth album. Melodic vocals and technical guitar parts juxtapose each other on this single.


Artist: Vandoliers
Song: “Troublemaker”
Album: Single

To support a new album, the Vandoliers well be touring throughout next year. They have a raw roots sound that brings in influences from other genres like country and punk. 


Artist: Pale Mara
Song: “Not Like I Used To”
Album: Single

Filled with melancholy and nostalgia, Pale Mara’s latest single is built around a honky tonk piano and slide guitar. They also just dropped their latest album.


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