Friday Music News

photo by Renata Steiner

  • British producer Gold Panda has steered into funkier waters with his newest song “Clarke’s Dream.” It’s barely been a year since he released Half of Where You Live, but he’s already hard at work on a follow-up. If this song is any indication, I’d say we’re in for something amazing. [Pitchfork]

  • Zooey Deschanel and M. Ward have shared a quick preview of their upcoming She & Him album. The 44-second clip teases a new song and gives a vague timeframe of “coming soon.” [Pitchfork]

  • Twin Peaks decided to pay tribute to the ’93 classic The Sandlot in their latest music video for “I Found A New Way.” Of course you can never go wrong with a little 90’s nostalgia. The song is featured on their album Wild Onion, which was released this week. [Stereogum]

  • Maggie Bjorklund has announced the release date for her upcoming, sophomore album Shaken. The Danish singer-songwriter will also set out on a European tour with Neko Case later this month. Watch Bjorklund perform the album’s first single, “Missing at Sea,” below. [CMJ]

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