Here at Primordial Radio supporting new music is a huge part of what we do, here are five new songs to add to your playlists!
Zeal & Ardor
Zeal & Ardor have announced their contribution to the Sub-Pop singles club volume 7 with two new tracks – “Firewake” and “Cinq.” You’ll need a subscription to get your hands on physical copies, if you prefer to listen digitally, you can check Firewake below.
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After a long wait, SpiritWorld have finally released their second studio album Deathwestern through Century Media Records. To celebrate the launch of this heavy riff-ridden record from Las Vegas natives, they’ve dropped the video for ‘U L C E R’, taken off the new collection – not one to miss!
HOST, the dark wave duo of Greg Mackintosh and Nick Holmes has unveiled an intense video for their latest single ‘Hiding From Tomorrow’. The brooding goth rock track harkens back to classic Siouxsie and the Banshees vibes combined with some flair from The Sisters of Mercy in anticipation for their upcoming debut album IX.
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British Guitar Sensation Sophie Lloyd has unveiled the first single from her highly-anticipated debut album, due out 2023. The hard-rocking track titled ‘Do Or Die ft Nathan James’ sees Sophie collaborate with Inglorious frontman Nathan James and receive a stunning production courtesy of Romesh Dodangoda (BMTH, Nova Twins, BFMV & Motörhead).
Entitled Imposter Syndrome, the full-length album is expected next year and will see the Machine Gun Kelly guitarist collaborate with some impressive names from the world of rock.
Sam Pounds grew up in a small rural town in North Carolina known as Bahama. Pounds quickly became acquainted with quartet gospel music through his Grandma Ruth. She would have Sam sing and play instruments every Sunday night for her guests starting at the age of three.
This introduction to playing and performing music early in his adolescence became the solid foundation for Sam’s musical journey. His early inspirations included Little Richard, Lenny Kravitz (Rock), Sam Cooke (Gospel), and James Brown (Soul) collectively combined and infused into his country roots to create a signature sound.