Hunter Moreau - Laddermen - Sarah Klang

Hunter Moreau - Hazy.

Hunter Moreau believes everyone should strive to be more in touch with the vulnerable parts of themselves. And Hunter Moreau practices what she preaches.

Through her music, the soulful pop songstress frequently steps outside of her comfort zone to express the most vulnerable parts of herself, captivating listeners along the way.

Her newest single, "Hazy," is no exception. Produced by Doug Schadt (Maggie Rogers, Ashe, SHAED), "Hazy" officially dropped on March 12.

"As simple as it may sound, 'Hazy' is about the pure bliss of summer nights," shares Hunter. "Doug and I were reminiscing about stories with friends, both new and old, and the magic that seems to happen on warm nights where nothing seems to really matter. We wrote this song to capture the nostalgia of looking back on those carefree times, and longing for that same feeling again. The feeling that no other moment matters besides right now. The excitement of not caring how exactly you’re going to get home, or where you even are, but just knowing that you want whatever feeling this is to last forever."

Born and raised in Mattapoisett, Massachusetts (population 6,000) – a seaside town near Cape Cod - Hunter began taking voice lessons at eight years old. Though Mattapoisett is both small and distinctly quaint, she will tell you that her hometown has fueled her love for music in a myriad of ways.


Laddermen - The Huntress Obeyed.

Two weeks after the release of their first single "The Huntress Obeyed", the band Laddermen (CH/US) delivers the accompanying video clip.

"The Huntress Obeyed" is a spherical post-punk song about cocaine addiction in Austin, Texas and the dark side of the excessive party scene there.

The video presents this topic very powerful and with strong visuals. The focus is on two dancers who express the allure and tragedy of the relationship between a person and addiction.

Laddermen will release their debut album later this year. Their haunting songwriting and deep dramaturgy, for which they draw inspiration from English bands, should splash the indie scene with another palette of colour.


Sarah Klang - Anywhere.

Gothenburg’s Sarah Klang, the self-declared “saddest girl in Sweden,” returns to form with the lush, melancholy of new single ‘Anywhere’, a song she describes as “about the constant search for happiness or at least peace or answers within yourself. How I long to feel better.” Warm Americana-tinged guitar reverberates with Klang’s incredible country-hued vocal diving straight to your heart.

‘Anywhere’ is the fourth single to be taken from the Swedish Grammy winning artist’s forthcoming album ‘Virgo’ (following 7th May, Pangur Records) and proceeds the “galloping country-rock” (The Line of Best Fit) of ‘Canyon’, the soulful smokiness of ‘Girls,’ and most recently ‘Fever Dream’ accompanied by the “sexy” Fredrika Eriksson directed video which premiered on i-D.

Sarah Klang has previously released two albums,  her debut album ‘Love In The Milky Way’  (2018) which won ‘Best Album’ at the Swedish Grammys and topped the charts and ‘Creamy Blue’ (2019) which was also nominated at the Grammys in both the ‘Best Album’ and ‘Best Alternative Pop’ categories, as well as receiving a nomination for ‘European Album of the Year’ at the IMPALA Award.

Klang’s fun, exuberant live shows have seen her achieve sold-out headline tours in Scandinavia and mainland Europe, a sold-out show at The Lexington, London in 2019, and an arena tour in support of First Aid Kit.

‘Anywhere’ was recorded in Gothenburg, produced by Kevin Andersson, and mastered by Magnus Lindberg. It is released a digital single today, with the long-player ‘Virgo’ following 7th May via Pangur Records.