Stream And Destroy 06.25.21 // Weekly Roundup

Stream And Destroy is a weekly feature on D//E in which we round up tracks and releases we didn't cover canonically during the current week. It's complementary to our regular posts and publishes on Friday release day. Oddments from previous weeks may appear.

Summer indolence could have caused skipping of a new Stream And Destroy edition, and that's something to be expected as we get deeper into the overheating temperaments of the season, but the amount of good quality music which needed to be mentioned was yet again quite plentiful.

Low announced their thirteenth album, HEY WHAT, to be released on September 10th,2021 via Sub Pop. Days Like These is the first single off the album, arriving paired to a video directed by Karlos Rena Ayala.

Tropical Fuck Storm have their third album in the works. Deep States will arrive on August 20th, 2021 via Joyful Noise, and the first single off it is G.A.F.F. which stands for ‘Give a Fuck Fatigue’. The new track comes with an accompanying video which was directed by Oscar O'Shea.

The ever-productive duo, SPC ECO, composed of Dean Garcia and Rose Berlin, released their new ten-song album, Day By Day, full of engaging shoegaze and dreampop atmospherics.

AMENRA finally release their Relapse full length debut, De Doorn, off which comes the visualizer for the track, Ogentroost. Guitarist Lennart Bossu comments: “We are proud to finally unveil these songs to the world, two years after we had first performed them during our fire rituals with just a select group of witnesses. They are written in our native tongue, which means they could not possibly be any closer to us, and we look forward to taking them to audiences worldwide in the months to follow.

Another track arrives off the anticipated album by Philly’s Lovelorn. “Hole In Yr Soul is about love and overcoming dark places a person's mind can take them. It's about finding comfort and faith in someone other than yr self. Pushing to be a better person no matter how damaged you are,” the duo’s Patrick Troxell comments.

Shoegaze trio Spunsugar unveiled a new EP composed of three new versions of their single (You Never) Turn Around. One of those comes from Badlands whose remix maintains the synthpop/post punk vigor of the original, but also lays out a bit of a moodier aspect of it.

Manchester. UK’s Primitive Knot released TRIUMPH ÖF DEAF, a new album composed entirely of covers. The artist comments: “Channelling the obsessions and moments of bliss of my younger self became a way to escape and challenge the crushing bleakness of the present. Suddenly, cover versions no longer seemed naff but a necessity.

Fresh post punk duo, Her Absence Fill the World, released their debut EP, Part​-​time Punk, out on Detriti Records, and through it the band’s prospect becomes quite obvious.

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