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  • On the heels of his latest release, the Carrie & Lowell mixtape The Greatest Gift, Sufjan Stevens has shared a new song. Entitled "Tonya Harding," the song is very literally about famed fallen professional skater Tonya Harding. Stevens made the song in two different keys, D major and Eb major, and has shared both on Bandcamp. The D major song comes with a video featuring footage of Harding skating. Stevens shared a lengthy essay about why he wrote the song, and it comes mostly from a place of respect and fascination.┬áThe song is not connected to the new film about Harding I, Tonya that is out this Friday. [ Under the Radar ]
  • Tune-Yards have shared the second single from their forthcoming album I can feel you creep into my private life called "ABC 123." The politically charged song comes with a video from Dear Mr Quistgaard that features Merrill Garbus' head popping out of different woodworking projects. The song follows lead single "Look At Your Hands." I can feel you creep into my private life is the first Tune-Yards album since Nikki Nack in 2014 and will be released January 19 on 4AD. Tune-Yards are stopping by Seattle on Monday, February 26 to play the Showbox. [ Consequence of Sound ]
  • Chicago band Twin Peaks have been unveiling two new songs every month since June for their Sweet '17 Singles vinyl series. This month concludes the series with songs "In The Meadow" and "We Will Not Make It (Now Without You)." The monthly 7-inches were only available to the 300 subscribers but the band has announced that they will be combining all the songs to be released as a limited edition 12-inch. The Sweet '17 Singles compilation will be out February 9 via Grand Jury. [ Stereogum ]
  • Nicolas Jaar is releasing an expanded edition of 2016's Sirens this Friday. Today he's shared an 8-minute bonus track off the album "Coin in Nine Hands." Jaar stated on Twitter that "this deluxe version of the record is what it should have been all along but i got scared of 'coin' and decided against it at the last minute.. but then i started performing coin at every show... i couldn't get it out of me..everything floats to the surface at some point.." The deluxe edition of Sirens is out December 8 on Other People. [ SPIN ]

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