The WTTS Free download of the week – acid tongue

Led by singer/songwriter Guy Keltner, & drummer/visual-artist Ian Cunningham, Seattle’s Acid Tongue has been touring the world and espousing a timeless rock & roll sound since 2015. “All Out Of Time” is a preview of the duo’s upcoming Acid Tongue & Friends: EP1, which is out July 23.They are joined by Canadian singer-songwriter Calvin Love on the track, which you can download now.

the wtts free download of the week – sam evian

Two years ago, Sam and his partner, Hannah Cohen, split from the bustle of New York City and settled in a quiet Catskills town upstate. In their new home, he and Hannah hosted bands like house guests as he helmed their sessions. The pandemic clamped down on those interactions, largely sealing the couple from their longtime scene. So Sam turned to his own music. Download his song “Easy To Love” now.

The WTTS Free Download of the week – yoke lore

Yoke Lore is the solo project of Adrian Galvin. Since 2016, he has released four EPs and a handful of singles and toured extensively, both headlining and supporting acts such as Bastille, LP, The Overcoats and Bishop Briggs. Download his new song “Seeds” right now.

The wtts free download of the week – chvrches

Chvrches have returned with “He Said She Said,” their first new music since 2018.

The track features lead singer Lauren Mayberry recalling horrific statements made to her by men over looming synthesizers. The track was made in quarantine, while Mayberry and Martin Doherty were in Los Angeles and Iain Cook was in Glasgow, Scotland. You can download it for free right now.

The WTTS Free Download of the week – yola

Stand For Myself is the second full-length release from four-time Grammy-nominated Yola. Produced by Dan Auerbach, the record is a mix of soul and classic pop, tracing a musical thread to Yola’s musical inspirations. Stand By Myself will be released July 30th but you can download the song “Diamond Studded Shoes” for free right now.

WTTS In conversation – Adam Duritz of Counting Crows

WTTS In Conversation’ is a bi-weekly podcast delivering decades of WTTS interviews with emerging and legendary artists.
Episode #8, available now, features a conversation with Counting Crows frontman Adam Duritz. He talked with me about the new EP “Butter Miracle Suite One,” as well as their approach to live shows, and his decision to cut his famous dreadlocks.

Find “WTTS In Conversation”, supported by Technology Recyclershere.

The wtts free download of the week – lady dan

Lady Dan is Tyler Dozier, a singer-songwriter originally from Dothan, AL and now living in Austin, TX. Dozier turned to music after a few major turning points in her life. She was raised in a strict religious household, and was going to monastery school as she entered her twenties when she was forced to face the death of her father, and get out of a controlling relationship. All of that swirled together and turned into songs that became I Am The Prophet, her debut album. Download the song “Paradox” now.

WTTS Free Download of the week – middle kids

Australian trio Middle Kids are back with a new album, Today We’re the Greatest. You can download the song “Questions” right now. Frontwoman Hannah Joy describes the inspiration behind “Questions”: “I used to drink a lot and most of my previous relationships revolved around this. I don’t think I ever really knew them or they me as a result. ‘Questions’ is about people being around each other but not being close. People who are in intimate relationships can stop asking questions of each other because they are uncomfortable and confusing.”