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Apr 18, 2022

Singer/songwriter/guitarist Colleen Green’s international tour in support of her newest album, Cool, will kick off this Wednesday (Apr. 20) in Seattle at Clock Out Lounge. The tour will continue through late June, concluding with a performance in Dublin at Grand Social. More

12 Best Songs of the Week: Low, Circuit des Yeux, Mac McCaughan, Yard Act, and More

Plus Sufjan Stevens and Angelo De Augustine, Field Music, Colleen Green, and a Wrap-up of the Week’s Other Notable New Tracks

Sep 10, 2021

Welcome to the 34th Songs of the Week of 2021. There were a whole lot of new songs this week, even though Monday was a holiday (Labor Day) here in the U.S. We narrowed it down to 12 favorites this week, with lots of good honorable mentions too. More

Colleen Green Shares Video for New Song “Highway”

Cool Due Out This Friday via Hardly Art

Sep 08, 2021

Singer/songwriter/guitarist Colleen Green is releasing a new album, Cool, this Friday via Hardly Art. Now she has shared its fourth single, “Highway,” via a video for it. In the song Green often repeats the line “I don’t like it when you take the highway,” making it clear she prefers the scenic route. Ben Kettleson directed the video, which fittingly features images from the highway. More

8 Best Songs of the Week: Parquet Courts, Colleen Green, Pip Blom, Low, and More

Plus Dean Wareham, Matthew E. White, Penelope Isles, and a Wrap-up of the Week’s Other Notable New Tracks

Aug 20, 2021

Welcome to the 31st Songs of the Week of 2021. It wasn’t the most overwhelmingly amazing week for new songs, so instead of a Top 10 we’ve picked eight songs we liked. More

Colleen Green Shares New Song “Someone Else”

Cool Due Out September 10 via Hardly Art

Aug 18, 2021

Singer/songwriter/guitarist Colleen Green is releasing a new album, Cool, on September 10 via Hardly Art. Now she has shared its third single, album opener “Someone Else.” More

Jul 19, 2021

Singer/songwriter/guitarist Colleen Green is releasing a new album, Cool, on September 10 via Hardly Art. Now she has shared its second single, “It’s Nice to Be Nice,” via a video for it featuring Green performing the song on a sailboat. More

10 Best Songs of the Week: Low, Geese, Colleen Green, Morly, and More

Plus Damon & Naomi, John Grant, SPELLLING, and a Wrap-up of the Week’s Other Notable New Tracks

Jun 25, 2021

Welcome to the 24th Songs of the Week of 2021. Today was a blockbuster new album release day. It saw the release of new full-lengths by Modest Mouse, Lucy Dacus, The Mountain Goats, John Grant, SPELLLING, Faye Webster, Matthew Dear, Lightning Bug, Pom Pom Squad, Hiss Golden Messenger, Gaspard Augé, Hiatus Kaiyote, Squirrel Flower, and more. But it was also a strong week for new singles. More

Jun 23, 2021

Singer/songwriter/guitarist Colleen Green has announced a new album, Cool on Hardly Art, and shared its first single, “I Wanna Be a Dog,” via a video for it. The song is about longing for the simple life dogs lead. More

13 Best Songs of the Week: boygenius, Wild Nothing, Yumi Zouma, Danielson, and More

Plus Lost Under Heaven, Lala Lala, J Mascis, The Goon Sax, and a Wrap-up of the Week's Other Notable New Tracks

Aug 24, 2018

This week’s Songs of the Week is packed. Firstly boygenius, the new supergroup featuring Julien Baker, Lucy Dacus, and Phoebe Bridgers, released three songs this week and all were worthy of the list. Thus we decided to expand it from a Top 10 to a Top 12, so that 10 separate artists were still included, be even that wasn’t enough, so we added one more for an unlucky Top 13. More

Colleen Green Announces Tour Dates

I Want to Grow Up Out Now via Hardly Art

Aug 03, 2015

Pop-punk singer/songwriter Colleen Green has a slew of tour dates in the offering. More




Reviews

Sep 27, 2021

Colleen Green is endlessly cool, as she has proven over three albums, all adorned with her ever-present sunglasses and references to old Descendants records. 2015’s I Want to Grow Up, her last record of punk-tinged guitar pop, set expectations high for her follow-up, expectations that Green has been all too happy to put aside. More