This last week was a BIG week for Indies Only! Not only did Future Islands drop a new song but so did They Might Be Giants and Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats!

Not to mention we had other new tracks from Parquet Courts, Wilderado, Villagers, and even Birmingham's Taylor Hollingsworth!

Here's exactly how the last week of August's show panned out...

Hour 1

  • Future Islands - Peach 
  • Kolezanka - Vegan Sushi
  • Secondhand Sound - Knievel
  • Caroline & Claude - Stir the Pot
  • The Ophelias - Vapor 
  • Villagers - Circles in the Firing Line
  • Fleece - So Long
  • They Might Be Giants - I Can’t Remember the Dream
  • My Idea - I Can’t Dance 
  • Day Wave - Before We Knew
  • Ducks Ltd. - How Lonely Are You?
  • Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats - Survivor
  • Parquet Courts - Walking at a Downtown Pace
  • McKinley James - Got a Hold On Me
  • Bad Bad Hats -  Walkman

Hour 2

  • Old Sea Brigade - Day By Day 
  • Hovvdy - Junior Day League
  • Justus Proffit - Spitting on the Sidewalk 
  • Wilderado - Head Right 
  • Adia Victoria - Magnolia Blues
  • Jose Gonzalez - Swing 
  • exPorter - Elizabeth 
  • The Cribs - Swinging at Shadows 
  • A Great Big Pile of Leaves - Swimmer
  • La Luz - The Pines
  • Risley - Lights 
  • Summer Years - This Light
  • Taylor Hollingsworth - One Dollar 
  • Mini Trees - Carrying On
  • Me and That Man - Got Your Tongue 
  • Church Girls - Separated

Hour 3

  • Sincere Engineer - Come Out for a Spell 
  • Rowan - One of These Days 
  • The Clockworks - Throw It All Away 
  • Burr Oak - Pulp Goddess 
  • Sufjan Stevens and Angelo De Augustine - Back to Oz
  • Kaley Rutledge - Social Clues  
  • Mac McCaughan - Circling Around
  • Indigo De Souza - Hold U
  • A Month of Sundays - Can’t Sleep
  • Olivia Lunny - Sad to See You Happy 
  • American Sigh - Almond Eyes 
  • Ginger Root - City Slicker 
  • Cherry Glazerr - Soft Drink
  • Rare Americans - Hey Sunshine 
  • The Zolas - Ultramarine
  • Porches - Lately 

This week I want to highlight Peach, the latest track from Baltimore's Future Islands. Not only is vocalist Samuel T. Herring my spirit animal but they're also from my birth state so that's a win/win! Their new record, As Long As You Are, drops on October 9th and is available to pre-order here.

Let me know what you think of the new Future Islands song in the comments below.

I hope you were able to listen to what did actually air and maybe found a few new artists you were into. If not, you'll have another chance every Saturday night from 9 pm-12 am. Follow Indies Only on Instagram for a peek at some of the music coming each week!