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One Liners: The Chills, Carly Rae Jepsen, The Raconteurs, more

By | Published on Wednesday 3 April 2019

Martin Phillipps / The Chills

Other notable announcements and developments today…

• A new film about cult New Zealand indie band The Chills will be out later this year, titled ‘The Triumph & Tragedy of Martin Phillipps’. Here’s the trailer.

• Carly Rae Jepsen is set to release new album ‘Dedicated’ on 17 May. Then on 29 May she’ll play XOYO in London. Tickets for that will go on general sale this Friday, if you want to try your luck.

• The Raconteurs have announced that they will release their first album for more than a decade, ‘Help Us Stranger’, on 21 Jun.

• Blood Orange has released the video for ‘Hope’, from his 2018 album ‘Negro Swan’.

• Heather Woods Broderick has released new single ‘White Tail’. Her new album, ‘Invitation’, is out on 19 Apr.

• Emika has released a video for ‘Eternity (Earth Version)’, a reworking of a track from her ‘Falling In Love With Sadness’ album.

• Amon Tobin has released new track ‘Fooling Alright’. His new album, ‘Fear In A Handful Of Dust’, is out at the end of the month.

• Pete Doherty And The Puta Madres have released new single ‘Paradise Is Under Your Nose’. Their debut album is out on 26 Apr.

• The Boy Least Likely To’s Pete Hobbs has released a new single as Driving At Dawn, titled ‘The Humbling Of A Good Man’.

• Femme Culture will release the second volume of its compilation series for the UN’s HeForShe campaign this Friday. From it, here’s Lone’s ‘Dendron’ and India Jordan’s ‘Dracaena’.

• Pat Dam Smyth has released new single ‘Dancing’. His second album is set for release in July.

• Producer duo DJ Scratch And Sniff released a track to mark the UK’s exit from the EU last week. Obviously I’m a bit late to it, but fuck it, we’re still in the EU, so here’s ‘Disco-Nect’.

• Advance Base – aka Owen Ashworth, formerly known as Casiotone For The Painfully Alone – will be in the UK for tour dates in July to promote new album ‘Animal Companionship’. “There was a while last year when a bunch of different friends of mine were having problems with their dogs”, he says of the album’s title.

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