New Music on 2SER April 10, 2023
Read on for all the new music hitting your 2SER airwaves this week across our Breakfast, The Daily and Drive programs:
The Morning Star – Songs of the Morning Star (L) Feature Album
American Grandma – Rare Knives of Light (OS)
Daughter – Stereo Mind Game (OS)
Lorenzo Morresi e Le Isole – Pop Flop (OS)
The New Pornographers – Continue as a guest (OS)
Trad.Attack! – Bring it on (OS)
Yaeji – With a hammer (OS)
Deuce – Rabbit Hole (AU)
Kuna Maze feat Steve Spacek – I told U (L)
Mega Fauna – Desire Lines (L)
Nabihah Iqbal – Sunflower (OS)
Shoeb Ahmad – Double Checks against the Corner C (AU)
The Allergies – Stanky Funk (OS)
X-Ray Ted – Talkin (OS)
Our feature album this week here on 2ser is the stellar debut album from the South Coast group, The Morning Star. Their album Songs of the Morning Star is an excellent alt-folk LP that combines plain and direct storytelling with experimental deviations in sound and arrangement, never entirely breaking out of a beautiful and dreamlike haze. This one is a must for fans of Workhorse, Babitha and Alannah Russack’s Entropy Band.
Another fresh release this week is the third studio album from the London trio, Daughter. Their latest album, Stereo Mind Game is a homage to indie rock thick with melodic textures and emotive content, rousing drums and chiming guitar riffs.
Racking up their ninth album, Vancouver-based six-piece, The New Pornographers released their newest album Continue as a Guest. Full of guest appearances, the album is slow and steady, with frequent anthemic moments that confront the covid-era sense of disconnection and the feeling of being out of place in culture and society.
Deuce dropped their newest single, Rabbit Hole. As usual, this is a beautiful track from this Melbourne group that is full of synth and meaningful lyrics. The lyrics were penned in 2021 during the anti-lockdown protest madness in Melbourne.
There were also new singles from Mega Fauna with Desire Lines and The Allergies with Stanky Funk.