The Duke Spirit Offer Up New Song, “Villain”

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The Duke Spirit are giving us a taste of their upcoming album Bruiser, due out on Shangri-La Music out in Spring 2011, with a free download of their new track, “Villain,” premiered on SPIN.com.

On this fiery track, we find the band’s leading lady, Liela Moss, on the piano, and singing as seductively as ever over hauntingly carnal guitar riffs. The British rockers are sure to leave you yearning for more new sounds with this one.

Listen to the “Villain” below, and download it for free HERE:

Parlovr Treats Fans To An Early Christmas Gift

Everyone loves free stuff and the guys from Parlovr (pronounced Parlour) know that.  So to quench everyone’s need for a freebie, the guys from Montreal are giving their fans and listeners a chance to download one of their latest singles, “Hell, Heaven” for free from their Facebook page. 

The single is part of a four song EP entitled Heaven/Hell/Big/Love that started off as more of a creative experiment.  The band started playing “Hell, Heaven”, which is about keyboardist/vocalist Alex Cooper’s childhood growing up in the middle east, last year while out on tour and decided that they wanted to get in the studio and create about three or four other tracks that basically had nothing to do with one another.  For Parlovr, it was a chance to just make some music that would require very little rehearsing or thought.  Other tracks on the EP include “Big Love”, a song about an ex-girlfriend of guitarist/vocalist Louis David Jackson, “Where is the Sun” and “Tehching Hsieh”.  The end result is a wonderful collection of songs that offer contrasting melodies and emotions. 

Parlovr will be touring the United States this fall, so keep an eye out for upcoming tour dates. You can preview “Hell, Heaven” HERE.

Infantree Give Out Album Stream, Free Download

LA-based quartet, Infantree, have been making waves for a few years now, but they just recently released their debut full length.

Entitled Would Work, the 12-track album features the band’s folky sound mastered and honed to perfection. Though they might be one of LA’s best kept music secrets, they certainly don’t plan on staying that way. The band teamed up with AOL’s Spinner.com to stream their entire album. Check it out here.

And if you don’t feel like going all the way over to another website, check out their track “Speak Up” below and feel free to download it.

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Would Work is out now via Vapor Records.