Soundcheck: New music from Greys, White Lung, Caribou, Monomyth and Octoberman

Stream new album from Toronto’s Greys

Rock band Greys know how to turn up the volume and make the noise. Their debut album If Anything comes out June 17 via Buzz Records and can be streamed in advance over at Exclaim. They’re doing the whole travel around North America touring this summer routine.

Advance listen of White Lung’s new album via Pitchfork Advance

Vancouver punk band White Lung’s new album Deep Fantasy comes out June 17 but can be streamed before then on Pitchfork Advance.

Caribou releases new song from new album out this fall

Musician and math whiz Daniel Snaith has a new album coming out this fall under his Caribou moniker. Our Love comes out October 7 on Merge Records. The album features collaborations with Jessy Lanza and Owen Pallett. Snaith released a 12″ record with Pallett earlier this year under Snaith’s dance project Daphni.

The first song and single “Can’t Do Without You” is streaming below. If the dance friendly love song doesn’t stimulate your brain enough, take a read through his thesis for his doctorate degree on Overconvergent Siegel Modular Symbols.

Monomyth share something else from new album

Halifax band Monomyth have a new album, Saturnalia Regalia!, on its way via Mint Records on July 22. Previously they shared the track “Candleholder” and now they’ve shared something else from the album. Stream, download and get your summer on.

Octoberman release first track from new album

Toronto band Octoberman’s new album What More What More comes out on August 19 through their own label Ishmalia Records. The new album covers some pretty dark and personal topics including death and the loss of friendships. The first single “No Witness” can be streamed below.

Photo of Greys: Supplied/Matthew Morand

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