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New Music From The Inbox (March 20, 2017): Betty Who, Flagship, Saint Motel & more!

By: Juliette Jagger (@juliettejagger)

Artist: I M U R
Song: “Swirl”
Album/EP: Little Death

Off of their forthcoming album, Little Death, which is due out on March 24th, “Swirl” from I M U R pairs soulful downtempo beats with direct introspective lyrics to deliver an intimate and deeply personal track about exploring the infinite fluidity of love.



Artist: Betty Who
Song: “Mama Say”
Album/EP: The Valley

Pop dynamo Betty Who is back at it with this clear-cut and sparkly ode to early 2000s Britney.


Artist: Flagship
Song: “Midnight”
Album/EP: The Electric Man

Charlotte, NC, duo Flagship have just released a brand new video for their latest track “Midnight” off of their recently released album, The Electric Man. The video, which was directed by Michael Polish and features actress Kate Bosworth, pairs perfectly with the song’s soaring synth line to generate an enduring hopefulness––the kind that bubbles up from the pit of your stomach and pulls you through the darkest hours of the night.



Artist: Saint Motel
Song: “Sweet Talk”
Album/EP: saintmotelevision

Indie-pop outfit Saint Motel have been up to some pretty cool shit lately. They just released another 360° Interactive Virtualizer Video for their latest single “Sweet Talk.” The new Virtualizer was one of four Saint Motel VR videos featured by YouTube at a music and technology event during this year’s SXSW. The band has also announced plans to expand their recently released LP, saintmotelevision, into the first-ever virtual reality album. You can check out that video below.



Artist: YURT
Song: “Alligator”
Album/EP: I’m Gonna YURT

From Seattle, WA duo YURT, “Alligator” is the loveliest laid-back slacker rock you’ve never heard.


Juliette Jagger

Juliette Jagger is a Canadian music journalist. She is on Twitter @juliettejagger.

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