🎧 BEAMS – “A Flower Blossomed”

Last month, Toronto psych-folk band BEAMS dropped an incredible single Born To Win. Now, they’re back with another song, and we’re all about it. This thing has been on heavy rotation here at The iM, and it’s time for you to take a listen.

Check out A Flower Blossomed in the embed below, and stay tuned to their socials for more on the upcoming record. Ego Death drops March 26th … grab a pre-order here.

If you dig this, check out “Beams – Born To Win”

📹 summersets – “afterthought”

Back in August of 2020, Canadian indie-folk outfit summersets dropped a stellar EP on the masses. They called it small town saturday. Now, the duo consisting of Kalle Mattson and Andrew Sowka are back with a new song this month, and we couldn’t wait to tell you about it.

Watch the video for afterthought in the embed, and keep it locked to their socials going forward. Hopefully, more music is on the way.

If you dig this, you might like “The Waverlys – Save Me”

📹 Yves Jarvis – “Projection”

Montreal singer/songwriter and musician Yves Jarvis (aka Jean-Sebastian Audet) is back with a brand new track this week: a follow up to his incredible 2020 album, Sundry Rock Song Stock. The song is called Projection, and we want you to know about it.

Watch the self-made video in the embed below, and stay tuned to his socials for more. Something tells us … it’s not the last time we’ll hear from the singer-songwriter this year.

If you dig this, you might like “Granny Smith – Ode 2 A King”

📹 Delta Will – “Any Body”

Delta Will is the alias of Toronto singer-songwriter Charles Tilden. Back in October, he dropped the first single, Kindling, off his upcoming album Multitudes III. We were impressed then, but we’re even more excited about his new track, Any Body.

“The song & its video explore ritual, cycles, and the idea that even though we all exist inside of a body, our lives are much more expansive and interconnected than the limits of those bodies would have us believe.”

Watch the video in the embed, and trust us when we say, you’re in for a visual experience like no other. The new album Multitudes III will be out later this year on Knapsack Records. Stay tuned.

If you dig this, check out “Delta Will – Kindling”

📹 TOLEDO – “Sunday Funday”

It’s no secret we’re big fans of Brooklyn indie-pop outfit TOLEDO. So, we were super stoked to find out the duo has a new song and video out today. The track will be included on their upcoming extended-play, Jockeys of Love. Now, it’s time to share it with you.

Watch the video for Sunday Funday in the embed below and hit up their socials for more leading up to the release. The new EP drops this Friday, February 12th, via Telefono.

If you dig this, you might like “Vallens – If I Don’t”

🎧 Owen Davies – “Tall Chairs”

We first told you about Montreal songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Owen Davies back in early November when we came across his stellar EP, Slushy Farms. Well, he’s back with a brand new song called Tall Chairs. Now, it’s time to share it with you.

Check it out in the embed below and hit up his socials to show some love. Hopefully, more music is on the way in 2021.

If you dig this, you might like “Jacob Barber – Just Can’t Let You Go”

📹 Beams – “Born To Win”

We were pleasantly surprised today when we came across a new track from Toronto indie-folk outfit Beams. The rather infectious Born To Win will be included on their upcoming album, Ego Death. If the song is any indication, we’re in for something pretty special.

Check out the video in the embed below, and stay tuned to their socials for more going forward. The new record is out March 26th … you can grab a pre-order here. And, while you’re at it, don’t forget to listen to the first single, Sweet Tea. You’ll be glad you did.

If you dig this, you might like “Paul Jacobs – Half Rich Loner”

🎧 PREMIERE: John Lowell Anderson – “Four am”

Photo by Claire Fagin

Singer-songwriter and musician John Lowell Anderson hails from Los Angeles, California. Working with producer Tyler Chester (Andrew Bird, Dawes), he’s created an exceptional and captivating piece of work with his latest single, Four am.

The song immediately struck a chord with us after just one listen. That being said, we couldn’t be more excited to be premiering it at The iM today. More on the track below:

“True to its title, “Four am” was conceived in the wee hours of the morning. The song is both melancholy and hopeful and hints at the distorted reality that ties in with lack of sleep. JLA often finds creativity in the sleepless nights. “This song was sort of following my stream of consciousness in those moments and the lyrics really poured out from that.”

Check out Four am in the embed and hit up his social links below to show some love. The All That I Know EP is out on February 19th.

🎧 Valley Maker – “No One Is Missing”

Valley Maker is the pseudonym of South Carolina-based singer-songwriter and musician Austin Crane. Just today, we came across his latest single, No One Is Missing, and we can’t get enough of this incredibly captivating number. Now, it’s time to share it with you.

Check out the video in the embed, and be sure to follow the socials below for more leading up to the release. His new album, When The Day Leaves, drops February 19th on Frenchkiss Records.