New Music from the Inbox (July 31, 2017): Glass Hour, The Wilderness of Alberta, The Nursery, & More

Artist: Glass Hour
Song: “Burn”
Album: Single

Departing from their usual piano and guitar-based tracks, Glass Hour decided to incorporate electronic elements into their latest single. The result is an upbeat, catchy tune with juxtaposing lyrics speaking of abrupt silence and unfamiliar territories.

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Artist: The Wilderness of Manitoba
Song: “Cindy Runs”
Album: Single

This Toronto band constantly evolves, though they took a look back at 1960s pop as an inspiration for this song. Even with the retro influence, however, the song still has a modern sound.

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Artist: The Nursery
Song: “Everybody’s Famous”
Album: Life After Wartime

From their recent album, Life After Wartime, The Nursery’s “Everybody’s Famous” is an upbeat and fun song with an even more fun video.

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Artist: The Pains of Being Pure at Heart
Song: “When I Dance With You”
Album: Single

The second single from New York’s The Pains of Being Pure at Heart’s fourth album is in a style they have mastered: idealistic indie pop. The catchy tune is big-hearted and fun.

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Artist: Coyote Run
Song: “Again Again”
Album: Single

Southern California-born multi-instrumentalist Kasie Shahbaz draws influence from prog rock, folk singers, and religious experiences with nature. Her music, like this single, blends punk angst with psychedelic ecstasy.

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Artist: The Mynabirds
Song: “Shouting At The Dark”
Album: Single

Appearing on their upcoming album, The Mynabirds’ “Shouting At The Dark” is a song for women’s rights and never giving up. Singer and founding member, Laura Burhenn calls it a rallying cry for the resistance.

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