Everything about Down the Road Wherever feels warm and inviting; if each song is a miniature room, their display is in a cozy den that also boasts a roaring fire.
The Philadelphia singer-songwriter's cover of the 1971 classic is featured on his latest album, My New Moon Deluxe Edition.
In a new video for "Kiss You," the Brooklyn avant-pop band showcases our apprehension to make a move, then shows us the intimacy we're missing.
Winnipeg's Living Hour softly but assertively navigates the feeling of rejection on the first single from Softer Faces, out March 1.
"Movement," from an as-yet-untitled set due out in 2019, leans hard into Hozier's gift for songs that soar with stormy, propulsive intensity.
Robert Ellis has fully embraced his role as Texas troubadour, putting a little Gram Parsons-style honky-tonk into the bedazzled piano-pop of Elton John.
The psych-rock band's ambitious recreation of Bobbie Gentry's The Delta Sweete features a cast of women vocalists gifted at pondering both interior and exterior worlds from a remove.
Sir Babygirl's Kelsie Hogue has turned your most disastrous nights into a catchy, carnival-esque nightmare.
And The Kids' third full-length, When This Life Is Over, is due Feb. 22.
Dunn's sublime song, which features vocals from Zola Jesus, has a new video in which Turkish actress Melisa Şenolsun performs a surreal ritual for survival and self-realization.