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premiere: Hater – Four Tries Down
Malmö, Sweden indie pop luminaries Hater are gearing up for their first-ever U.S. tour, announced today with a moving new jam, taken from the group's forthcoming 7" single. "Four Tries Down" finds the band as dreamily bittersweet as ever, Caroline Landahl's effortlessly poignant voice hushed and reserved as she lulls us through choppy waters, her emotional plea only erupting into it
premiere: Hater – Fall Off
I was already a devoted fan of Sweden's Hater before seeing them perform a handful of times at SXSW back in March, but I (and everyone else in attendance, I assume) left those shows convinced that they were one of the best, most underappreciated bands in the world, feelings in a puddle on the streets of Austin, but life affirmed...
Gorilla vs. Bear x SXSW 2018 lineup
The official Gorilla vs. Bear x SXSW 2018 showcase goes down on Friday night, March 16th, at Seven Grand in downtown Austin. Featuring the best official SXSW showcase lineup I've ever seen in my life, starring: Hinds, Faye Webster, Men I Trust, Helena Deland, Sun June, Hater, and Forever...
premiere: Hater – Coming Down
Malmö, Sweden indie-pop group Hater's stellar You Tried LP is a raw and emotionally charged collection of nostalgic, lovesick jams that remains one of our favorite albums of 2017. "Coming Down", a mostly unheard stunner from the You Tried sessions released as a Japan-only bonus track, is more evidence that Caroline Landahl slays, and that every song she sings feels like an empowering, po
stream Hater’s You Tried
We've heard a few of the lovelorn highlights from You Tried, the emotional new LP from Malmö, Sweden’s Hater, out next week on PNKSLM, and now you can stream the record in all its glory below, via Hype Machine:
premiere: Hater – Cry Later
Psyched to premiere another gut punch of a track from Malmö, Sweden’s Hater, taken from the group's wonderful forthcoming LP You Tried, out next month on Stockholm label PNKSLM. Like the previous singles from the new record -- "Mental Haven" + "Had It All" -- "Cry Later" is a very good lovelorn indie-pop song that's elevated to greatness by Caroline Landahl's gorgeous
premiere: hear Swedish indie-pop group Hater’s lovesick anthem “Had It All”
We're excited to premiere the new single from our favorite record of the year -- so far, 18 days in -- from Malmö, Sweden's Hater. It takes something very special to get us this psyched about indie pop these days, and in Hater's case, that is the raw emotional heft of frontwoman Caroline Landahl's gorgeous, achingly bittersweet vocals, perpetually swaying between comforting and devastating... Read