“McClellan invites us back into her world, cool removal thrown to the wind once again. Welcome to I Saw First Light, where the heat has broken and the air has thinned. McClellan and friends kick around touching piano confessionals, capturing two somewhat contrasting ideas: one’s smallness in the world, and one’s largeness in the minutiae of daily life.“ Read more HERE


Listen to single “Honey” and read more HERE // Never Give Up is out today on You’ve Changed Records!


AllMusic calls the album “another testament to Toher’s skill at soothing, seducing, and unsettling his audience at the same time.” Streaming HERE


“Queer Canadian pairing Josée Caron and Lucy Niles open up about the sophomore slump, Steely Dan microphones and why even the oldest routes of rock deserve reimagining.” Read more HERE! // Partner’s sophomore release Never Give Up is out on November 20th via You’ve Changed.


“I am so grateful to be part of this roster of bands that are bonded not by sonic aesthetics but a strong ethos of inclusion, visibility, and badassness,” she shares. “I’ve learned so much through my experiences with Father/Daughter. The folks behind the curtain, pulling all the strings: Jessi, Tyler and Andrew are, to quote The Bachelor, ‘Really in this for the right reasons.’ Eternally blessed and I can only strive to live up to the legendary catalog this label has built.” Check out her list HERE //  I saw first light is out this Friday, Nov. 20th!


“In a year when it’s largely been impossible to see live music, a major source of discovering new artists has been eliminated. But music finds a way and plenty of acts have emerged over the last 12 months. Every autumn here at Stereogum, we look at the artists that make us most excited about the future of music and organize them into our annual Best New Bands list, in order to celebrate what they’ve already accomplished and highlight them as someone to keep an eye on moving forward.“ Check it out HERE


“Feel You” is typical of McClellan’s third album with its laid-back acoustics and lyrics that make you sit bolt upright. She sings of escape and freaky goings on while craving tactility, be it intertwined fingers, sweaty rooms where “there is no fan, only intuition,” or the fall of empire. Anything to stop the brain spinning and get the heart racing. Check it out HERE // I saw first light (due out November 20 via Father/Daughter)


“It’s our favorite holiday,” the band shares about Halloween, “and it’s pretty easy to do a Halloween playlist since a lot of the stuff that has influenced us and we love has spooky, horror, goth shit.” Featuring Misfits, Chelsea Wolfe, and Bauhaus, the playlist is the perfect amalgamation of unsettling, edgy jams. SPOOKS HERE


“Harnessing the allure of the occult and the power of self-help, the Los Angeles garage rockers break free from their roots and ascend to the realm of spiritual psych-jazz rockestra.“ Check out the review HERE