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Britta Plyler
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  • After the release of their stellar debut album, The Shape of Brat Pop to Come its been a year of relative silence, but today, HOLYCHILD is back with a bang. The indie pop duo has impeccable timing. "Rotten Teeth" is perfect summer jam to kick off your Memorial Day weekend. [SPIN]

  • On July, Bat For Lashes aka Natasha Khan will drop her fourth studio album, The Bride. Check out the video for the album track "Sunday Love" below. She really commits to the whole "bride" theme. [Pitchfork]

  • Last night, Philadelphia rock outfit Sheer Mag made their television debut on Late Night with Seth Meyers. They performed "Nobody's Baby" from their third EP, aptly titled III (out now). Frontwoman Tina Halladay's raspy vocals take this band to the next level. [CoS]

  • Sia covers Nat King Cole's iconic "Unforgettable" for Disney's upcoming film Finding Dory. It's not easy to take such a well-known classic and make it your own, but Sia rises to the challenge. Her cover honestly sounds like it belongs in the next James Bond installment. [SPIN]

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