In 2018, Trust Fund — the Bristol indie-rock band led by Ellis Jones — announced that they were breaking up following the release of their last album Bringing The Backline. The following year, a few bands like Frankie Cosmos, the Spook School, and Garden Centre released a Trust Fund tribute album. Since Trust Fund broke up, Jones published a book — DIY Music And The Politics Of Social Media — and become a professor. But back in March, Jones released a one-off track called “can’t take it” under the Trust Fund name. Today, he’s shared another song — a spare, acoustic ballad titled “capital.” Listen below.
In 2021, Charlotte Day Wilson released her debut album Alpha. Today, the Toronto R&B musician has announced its follow-up Cyan Blue and shared “I Don’t Love You” with a visual directed by Dani Aphrodite. “This song is meant to remind us that losing love & leaving can be just as inspiring as finding it,” Wilson […]
In retrospect, the fates of indie rock’s Class Of 2008 panned out much stranger than anticipated. At or around the final turn of the 2000s, three bands made the indie-to-major crossover in highly visible fashion: MGMT, Passion Pit, and Chairlift, all coincidentally signed to the same huge hub of Columbia. Following the wispy and gently […]
Last month, Shannon And The Clams announced The Moon Is In The Wrong Place, their new album that they started working on following the tragic death of bandleader Shannon Shaw’s fiancé Joe Haener. They shared “The Moon Is In The Wrong Place” at the time, and today they’re releasing “Bean Fields” with a music video […]