Babehoven – “Birdseye” [Video]

One night in the winter of 2022, Maya Bon and Ryan Albert—the duo behind Hudson Valley-based band Babehoven—were hunkered down at home to watch the snow. They turned their living room furniture around to face the window and lit candles around the house, the glow lapping at the dark. It was dusk; the sky smoldered … Read more

Truth Club: Running From The Chase [Album Review]

Truth ClubRunning From The ChaseDouble Double Whammy [2023] Truth Club’s sophomore record, Running From The Chase, bursts onto the scene with an infectious energy and a distinctive classic alternative sound that captures the essence of today’s indie music landscape. While the Raleigh, North Carolina band’s style may seem familiar, the band masterfully infuses their own … Read more

2nd Grade: Easy Listening [Album Review]

2nd GradeEasy ListeningDouble Double Whammy [2022] Philadelphia’s 2nd Grade have returned with another fantastic dose of short burst power pop earworms on their third album Easy Listening. Musically and lyrically, Easy Listening is like a tribute record to some of the best in the genre that should bring to mind Teenage Fanclub, Big Star, Flamin’ … Read more

Florist: Florist [Album Review]

FloristFloristDouble Double Whammy [2022] Sometimes you put on a record that you just know is going to be fantastic. That was the immediate vibe I had with Florist’s fourth LP as the instrumental track “June 9th Nighttime” opens the album. The track instantly builds a landscape of inclusion that wraps you in its intricacies and … Read more

Florist – “Red Bird Pt. 2 (Morning)” [Video]

Florist announce their new self-titled album, out July 29th on Double Double Whammy. Along with the album announcement the band has shared a video for the album’s lead single, “Red Bird Pt. 2 (Morning),” a poignant, guitar-centric meditation that carries on Sprague’s concern with love, loss and the natural world. “She’s in the birdsong/She won’t … Read more

Artists Of The Week: Discover, Support, Share

Psychic FlowersPhiladelphia, Pennsylvania Psychic Flowers are back after just releasing two new albums last year (March’s Gloves To Grand Air and October’s Freedom of Failure). The groups fourth record, For The Undertow, is overstuffed with blown-out power-pop that instantly makes it one of TFN favorites. The record is going to be a split release with … Read more

Told Slant – “Whirlpool” (Video)

Told Slant, the solo recording project of Brooklyn songwriter Felix Walworth (they/them), has shared a video directed by V Haddad and shot by Emily Sprague for “Whirlpool,” the latest single from their anticipated album, Point the Flashlight and Walk. Of the song and video Walworth says: “‘Whirlpool’ is about communication breakdowns, patterned, cyclical behavior, the … Read more

Lomelda – “Hannah Sun” [Video]

In swampy, sweaty, Silsbee, TX, Hannah Read first formed Lomelda with her high school best friends. Throughout the next decade, Lomelda made a habit out of stretching to fit new friendships and shrinking down to solo strummings. Four albums and a never-the-same live show chronicle these shifts in shape and sound.  Hannah was produced by Hannah … Read more

Artists Of The Week: Discover, Support, Share

The week is over and TFN is giving you three artists to take home with you! AOW presents the stylish indie rock from Philadelphia’s The Goodbye Party, rocking shoegaze out of Canada from Kestrels and finally some minimalist post-punk from Chicago courtesy of Pool Holograph. An easy three artists to spend some time with and … Read more

The Goodbye Party – “December Boys” [Video]

We just featured The Goodbye Party today in our Artists of the Week but thought an extra push today was well deserved. The project of Philadelphia-based musician Michael Cantor, has also shared a video for “December Boys,” the new single from his upcoming album Beautiful Motors.  Of the song, Cantor says “When my partner and I started … Read more

Sean Henry – “The Ants” [Video]

Sean Henry is a musician currently living in New York City. Following his demo tape, It’s All About Me, Fink is his first studio album. Sean Henry’s has a soft grunge style that now finds a place between his home recordings and this expanded sound.

Sean Henry has shared a video for “The Ants,” which is the lead single from his new album, Fink. Fink was out last Friday (7/13) and available for order via Double Double Whammy HERE. You can also check out Sean’s tour dates below.

7/17 – New Paltz, NY @ NACHOHOUSE
7/18 – Washington, DC @ Mystery Inc
7/19 – Harrisonburg, VA @ Crayola House
7/20 – Philadelphia, PA @ Baird Mansion Atrium
7/21 – Wallingford, CT @ Wallingford American Legion
7/22 – Brooklyn, NY @ Alphaville

Hovvdy: Cranberry [Album Review]

Hovvdy Cranberry Double Double Whammy [2018] Who: Based in Austin, Texas, Hovvdy (pronounced “howdy”) is the writing and recording project of Charlie Martin and Will Taylor. The duo, both primarily drummers, first met in the fall of 2014 and quickly bonded over a love for quiet music. Cranberry is their sophomore record. Sound: If you … Read more