New Music from the Inbox (July 24, 2017): Sløtface, Ninth of May, Cathedrals, and More!

Artist: Sløtface
Song: “Pitted”
Album: Single

Norwegian indie-rock band Sløtface created this song as an anthem for introverts who don’t want to go out but still have a great time when they do. This high energy song is catchy and makes use of a horn section.

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Artist: Ninth of May
Song: “Bend”
Album: Single

Hailing from Brisbane, Australia, this five-piece presents a heavy new single full of pounding drums and synth bass. It’s both beautiful and heavy.

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Artist: Cathedrals
Song: “Autumn Split”
Album: Single

This San Francisco duo turned to R&B as an inspiration for their latest single. The sweet vocals and overall simplicity of the song make it quite enjoyable.

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Artist: The New Respects
Song: “Come As You Are”
Album: Single

Family band The New Respects draw influence from a variety of sources, but it’s gospel that really shines through on this track.

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Artist: Sharkmuffin
Song: “Factory”
Album: Single

A melodic song with a fun twist is what Brooklyn band Sharkmuffin has created. It’s all about love and vampires.

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Artist: Energy
Song: “I Killed Your Boyfriend”
Album: Under The Mask 

Boston punks Energy have combined the aggression of punk, the catchiness of pop-punk, and witty lyrics to created “I Killed Your Boyfriend”. It’s short, and not too sweet, but a whole lot of fun.

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