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  • Following a breathtaking performance on The Morning Show on KEXP yesterday from The Cutting Room Studios in New York City, Angel Olsen hit up The Late Show with Stephen Colbert. Watch her perform the single "Shut Up Kiss Me" below. Olsen's new album, My Woman, hits stores this Friday via Jagjaguwar. [Spin]

  • During last month's KEXP session, UK duo Ultimate Painting unveiled "Song for Brian Jones," a new track from their forthcoming full-length, Dusk. Today, we've got the official video, filmed in the very home studio/bedroom that DJ Cheryl Waters asked about in her interview with them. Watch below, and then watch that July session here. Dusk hits stores on September 30th via Trouble In Mind Records. [Under the Radar]

  • Swedish pop boys The Radio Dept. have announced a new album, their first full-length in six years and their fourth overall. Check out the first single "Swedish Guns" from the upcoming release Running out of Love, out October 21st via Labrador. The band explain that the album is "about the impatience that turns into anger, hate and ultimately withdrawal and apathy when love for the world and our existence begins to falter." [Consequence of Sound]

  • And it's been a while since we've heard from Tom Krell -- better known as How To Dress Well -- but a new album is on the way. Check out the single "What’s Up" below, which he says was inspired by "Cities Of Foam, Saint Etienne, and the New Radicals." Care, his follow up to 2014's What Is This Heart?, hits stores on September 23rd via Domino. [Stereogum]

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