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Saturday, May 27, 2023

New Foo Fighters + The Empty Pockets + Ålesund + Vanishing Shores + introducing Jacob Weil

Foo Fighters: Show Me How

The latest single from the upcoming album But Here We Are is a surprisingly subdued number featuring a father-daughter vocal duet. Stereogum writes that the track "sounds like a Foo Fighters take on early-’90s shoegaze, and Dave and Violet Grohl’s vocals mesh with the queasy rush of melodic guitars."

The Empty Pockets: Make It Through

A new single from the Chicago band that made a big splash last year with its Outside Spectrum album. "This song is for the person who helps you through the darkest hours."

Ålesund: Rode Off Into The Sun

This is the title single of an upcoming EP from the band fronted by British-Norwegian singer-songwriter Alba Torriset. She says the song "was written with a lot of joy. I tried to capture that feeling of new excitement bubbling, of turning over a new chapter and feeling really good about it all."

Vanishing Shores: I Wouldn't Change a Thing

With the latest single from this Cleveland-based band comes word that a new LP, Possible Light, is in the works. Frontman Kevin Bianchi says he wrote this song "in response to the question, Does the length of a relationship determine how ‘real’ it is? – and I wanted it to express that love, all love, is real and powerful in the moment, regardless of how long or short the relationship may be.”

Jacob Weil: Beginnings

After half a decade touring with various Canadian roots and alternative bands, this multi-instrumentalist from Vancouver, B.C., traveled to the Sonic Ranch Studios in Tornillo, Texas, where he and his quartet laid down live-off-the-floor tracks that will become his debut album. We're catching up with the first single.

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