Dork Radio
Now playing:
In the mag...
Featuring Haim, Phoebe Bridgers, Glass Animals and more.
Order a copy
July 2020
Listen

Spacey Jane are teasing their debut album with breakup single, 'Straightfaced'

The album's coming this June.
Sign up or log in to follow artists
Published: 5:43 pm, May 01, 2020
Spacey Jane are teasing their debut album with breakup single, 'Straightfaced'

Spacey Jane have dropped their new single, 'Straightfaced'.

It's a cut from their debut album, 'Sunlight'. Due for release on 12th June, the Perth band's first full-length was meant to coincide with loads of UK festival sets, but unfortunately, their plans have changed somewhat.

Singer Caleb Harper wrote the song prior to a breakup, he explains: “It was a powerful reference point for me throughout the months of heartache, a good consolidation of feelings amongst a wave of emotions.

“It was actually the first time I completely recorded a demo and sent it to the band before I’d played it for them in a jam. Everyone loved the song and got onto writing their own parts so when we came together, we more or less had a complete song straight away.”

Give it a listen below.

Give all this a try

Love Fame Tragedy: "I just shove myself in a room, close the curtains, and freak out until something's there"
Feature

Love Fame Tragedy: "I just shove myself in a room, close the curtains, and freak out until something's there"

It’s time for the debut album from Murph ‘from The Wombats’: Love Fame Tragedy has arrived.
Phoebe Bridgers: "It's more fun to be your entire self all the time"
Feature

Phoebe Bridgers: "It's more fun to be your entire self all the time"

With a cast of collaborations that reads like a who’s who of modern alternative music and a debut album drowning in a sea of critical acclaim, Phoebe Bridgers has finally delivered her follow-up, 'Punisher'. No matter what the world throws up, there’s no stopping her now.
Dream Wife: "It was a real practicing-what-we-preach situation"
Feature

Dream Wife: "It was a real practicing-what-we-preach situation"

One of punk-stroke-rock-stroke-pop’s most ferocious and well-loved bands, Dream Wife’s second album is no holds barred.
Like this? Subscribe to Dork and get every issue delivered direct to your door anywhere on the planet.
CONTACT PRIVACY ADVERTISE

© 2018 The Bunker Publishing