New music from Jade Imagine and TFS highlight this edition of BNM

Jade Imagine

Jade Imagine | Image: Hugo Kohler

Melbourne trio Jade Imagine have shared a single from their first album in three years.

Penned by songwriter and frontperson Jade McInally, the title track to Cold Memory was inspired after a winter swim in a Victorian coastal town. McInally explains in a statement.

“What started as a very simple almost childlike joke idea for a song became something far richer, full of light and shade,

She adds –

“And now I feel it represents so much, which is why we named the album after the song too. I love how songs can gain more and more meaning over time; the memory of the coldness we’ve been through over the past couple years and depending on one another when life feels dark.”

Co-directed by McInally and Nick Mckk, Jade Imagine’s designative first song for the year is companioned by a temperamental music video that draws attention to its musical swirl.

Watch the video to Cold Memory below

Cold Memory will be released on Friday, 21st October via Milk! Records/Remote Control.

Click on the link for a pre order


TFS bandcamp

TFS have revealed the first song from a maxi single cassette and 7” vinyl, Moonburn.

Harmonised with their offbeat noisy psychedelia, ‘Ann’, a cover of the 1969 song by The Stooges sees bassist Fiona Kitschin take the lead and arrives with a Sam Mappleback directed video regular frontperson Gareth Liddiard describes as “cheap shit DIY, high explosive puppeteering miniature concert shrinkage film clip” – music feeds

Check out the video to Ann below

Moonburn will be available on August 26 via Joyful Noise.

Best New Music

Northern Irish trio Two Door Cinema Club open the playlist with a glittery new track from their upcoming fifth studio album, Keep On Smiling. Alex G delivers a pleasurable, yet bizarre blessing, Stranger Things star Joe Keery drops a new song under his stage name Djo, Meg Remy’s (U.S. Girls) first single since 2020, new music by a favourite from 2021, Dry Cleaning, also The Buoys and The Killers.

Listen to the Playlist on Spotify below

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