The Courtneys have shared "Tour," the latest from their upcoming album The Courtneys II. NPR who premiered "Tour" today describe the track "nails simultaneously glum and bubblegum hooks with grinning purpose...the kind of pop song that belongs in a karaoke bar." After naming Flying Nun Records as their number one influence for years, the legendary label signed the Vancouver trio as their first non-New Zealand act. The Courtneys II is available for pre-order now and due out February 17th on Flying Nun Records.
After the international success of her self-titled debut, Aldous Harding continues to ascend beyond fleeting trends. Delving into more timelessly resonant territories of human experience, Aldous has established a firm stance worldwide as a fearsome recording artist and performer. In February, ahead of the release of her next record, Party, she’s set to play four special shows in Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch, leading a band of full instrumentation through new and old material.
Flying Nun are over the moon to announce our latest signing The Courtneys. To celebrate, the Canadian trio have shared the first single Silver Velvet via the A.V. Club.The Courtneys release The Courtneys II on Feb 17th, worldwide on Flying Nun Records.
The Bats fly again! Flying Nun flag-bearers The Bats prove their everlasting songfulness with news of a brilliant new album along with the release of the soaring first single, "Antlers".
The new album, The Deep Set will be out on January 27 2017 in NZ and Australia, and February 3 on the rest of the world. In the meantime the four-piece have shared their first single "Antlers" which premiered today via Noisey.
From their up coming record Dunedin's Spleen, we offer up a new song/video from The Verlaines! Originally penned as an obituary for Obama’s first term, The Verlaines popped in the studio and found out that the track is still relevant at the end of Obama's second term!