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Jenn Champion announces new album Single Rider

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On the heels of recent pop music coming-out-party “O.M.G. (I’m All Over It)”,  Jenn Champion has announced Single Rider, her first full-length release since abandoning the “S” moniker and radically re-imagining her sound.  The record – crafted in close collaboration with producer Brian Fennell aka SYML – drops on Friday, July 13th on LP, CD, dig...

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Jenn Champion returns with "O.M.G. (I'm All Over It)"

Jenn Champion’s 2016 No One EP and her recent synth-laden cover of Yes’ ’80s gem “Owner of a Lonely Heart” hinted at a new , neon-tinged direction in her sound. Now, Champion’s  long-held fascination with chart-topping bangerz has borne “O.M.G. (I’m All Over It),” the most exuberant expression of her pop-leaning tendencies yet. T...

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Jenn Champion's No One EP out now!

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Jenn Champion’s No One EP sees release today on digital and streaming formats. Late last month, we shared the EP’s title track, which was lauded as “a refreshing take on what Champion is known for” (Pitchfork) and “sleek and eerie, like Champion is slowly exhaling her words onto frigid titanium and watching as it fogs over” (Stereogum). Champion...

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Jenn Champion (fka S) announces new EP

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Jenn Champion – who released the acclaimed 2014 full-length Cool Choices on Hardly Art under the moniker “S” – has returned with a new name and a new project. The digital-only No One EP, out August 5th, heralds a new, electronic-leaning direction for the Seattle songwriter. Stereogum premiered the EP’s title track this morning, w...

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Jenn Champion's S tours with The Thermals' Hutch and Kathy in May

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Hardly Art recording artist S will be joining The Thermals’ Hutch and Kathy for a run of seven West Coast shows starting on Wednesday, May 13th at the Brick and Mortar Music Hall in San Francisco (Fun Fact: “Hardly Art” derives from the lyrics to The Thermals’ “No Culture Icons”). See the tour page for a full list of upcoming S tour dates, inclu...

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