Soccer Mommy | Color Theory
Surprise! Sophie Allison, known as Soccer Mommy, unexpectedly released a collection of demos from her most recent album Color Theory. The collection’s called Color Theory (Selected Demos), and it comprises five tracks.
Additionally, Allison shared a visual piece to one of those tracks titled “Royal Screw Up.” The music video was filmed in Nashville and highlights some of Soccer Mommy’s favorite nature spots. You’ll even spot some footage of her own home. The artist will be releasing a “limited edition” version of her latest album. It will include the LP and Selected Demos on a translucent blue vinyl on six Flexi discs.
HAIM | Feel The Thunder
HAIM dropped a new track titled “Feel The Thunder” that will appear in the upcoming animated film The Croods: A New Age. The trio worked with producer Ariel Rechtshaid, who also help co-write the 1980s-feel song.
In an interview with Rolling Stone, the group said they were aiming for some Guns N’ Roses vibes with the “Feel The Thunder.” “I’d never tried to make music like that before, so it was fully like a crazy experiment,” said Danielle Haim. The song is actually being used for a particular scene in the film where the Croods come across The Thunder Sisters and work to save the day. The Croods: A New Age is out November 20. Hear the hardcore track below.
“Feel The Thunder (The Croods: A New Age) – HAIM
Run The Jewels | No Save Point
Run The Jewels released a new song that will be featured in the forthcoming video game Cyberpunk 2077. The track is called “No Save Point” and it’s the group’s first new material since their June album RTJ4. The hip-hop group were confirmed to be a part of the game’s soundtrack last year. The duo rap about “neon gods and cyber arms.” Listen below.
Cyberpunk 2077 Soundtrack: No Save Point by Run The Jewels
Phoebe Bridgers and Maggie Rogers | Iris by Goo Goo Dolls
A deal’s a deal. On Election Day Phoebe Bridgers told fans she’d share a cover of the Goo Goo Dolls’ classic track “Iris” if Donald Trump loses the election.
Well, the day has come and Bridgers doesn’t break promises. The artist released the cover and collaborated with Maggie Rogers on the track. On November 6, Bridgers took to Twitter to tell fans about her plans on sharing the cover. Rogers tweeted back and said, “u need some harmonies for the special tune?”
u need some harmonies for that special tune ?
— Maggie Rogers (@maggierogers) November 6, 2020
The collaborative piece is available on Bandcamp as a pay-what-you-want download. Proceeds from the “Iris” cover will go to Fair Fight, who “encourage voter participation in elections, and educate voters about elections and their voting rights.”