Stream And Destroy 01.06.23 // 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. The feature now comes with an accompanying playlist on Spotify.

Acclaimed post punk band The Murder Capital, will release their new album, Gigi's Recovery, on January 20th, 2023. The group's newest single, Return My Head, is a quite moving song which serves as a nice, early taste from the album.

Time is on more single from the new double album by The Veils, ...And Out Of The Void Came Love. Finn Andrews says that it "was written during the first lockdown in New Zealand a few years back when it felt as though we all simultaneously became aware of the presence and passing of time in a way we had possibly never experienced before. The words have a mantra-like quality which I think is the result of me walking back and forth in my flat and losing my mind a bit like that mad polar bear at the zoo."

Build Yourself A Shrine And Pray, the third full-length album by Bruxa Maria, will be released on January 27th, 2023, by Riot Season Records. The band features members of Head of David, Ghold, Test Dept, Left Hand Cuts off The Right; and their new offering feels really special from the first listen.

Fresh band, Leach, from Milan, Italy come forth with a sound that blends varied punk rock and hardcore elements. The group recently released a four-track demo that is quite impressive.

The newest single from Austrian duo MOLLY's upcoming album Picturesque, is Ballerina, a purposefully melodic and nostalgic track. “We started off with a specific goal to create a proper MOLLY track with all the usual quirks and features, but keep it under the four-minute mark,” explains singer and guitarist Lars Andersson. “Spoiler: we didn’t succeed, but it’s close enough I guess.” The album releases on January 13th, 2023 via Sonic Cathedral.

Object of Affection from Los Angeles joined the Profound Lore label for the release of their debut full length, Field of Appearances. Half Life, the album's notable lead single, focuses on topics of time passing and the painful consequences of desperation.

Frankie Rose recently announced her first new album in six years, Love As Projection, out March 10th, 2023 on Slumberland Records, and shared the first single, Anything. The new full length aims to be a redefinition of her existing aesthetic through the fresh perspective of modern electronic pop.

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