New Arrivals: Albums Released Today
New Arrivals is the starting point for your New Music Friday. Dig into the week’s freshly delivered stack of new album releases with our playlist highlighting choice cuts from the wide platter of new LPs dropped each week, from big name releases to the albums you’ve been anticipating for months as well as new favorites from a broad range of genres. Listen to the weekly updated playlist here, and read about some of this week’s biggest albums below.
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Sleep Well Beast
The National releases Sleep Well Beast, their seventh studio album. The album follows singles “The System Always Dreams In Total,” “Guilty Party,” “Carin At The Liquor Store” and “Day I Die.” Sleep Well Beats is out via 4AD.
You can listen to Sleep Well Beasts here.
Singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Tori Amos releases her 15th studio album entitled Native Invader. The album follows singles “Cloud Riders,” “Up The Creek” and “Reindeer King.” Native Invader is out via Decca Records.
All The Light Above It Too
Jack Johnson releases All The Light Above It Too, his seventh studio album. The album follows singles “My Mind Is For Sale,” “Sunsets For Somebody Else” and “You Can’t Control It.” All The Light Above It Too was produced by Robbie Lackritz and is out via Universal.
You can listen to All The Light Above It Too here.
Canadian singer-songwriter, producer and screenwriter Neil Young releases his 38th studio album, Hitchhiker. The album was originally recorded in 1976 and includes the single “Hitchhiker.” Hitchhiker is out via Reprise Records.
Death From Above 1979
Outrage! Is Now
Rock duo Death From Above 1979 releases Outrage! Is Now, their third studio album. The album follows singles “Freeze Me,” “Never Swim Alone” and “Freeze Me.” Outrage! Is Now is out via Last Gang Records.
You can listen to Outrage! Is Now here.
American rock band Sparks releases Hippopotamus, their 25th studio album. The album follows singles “Hippopotamus,” “What The Hell Is It This Time?” and “Édith Piaf (Said It Better Than Me).” Hippopotamus is out via BMG.
You can listen to Hippopotamus here.
Wash & Out
Rapper Leikeli47 releases her debut album, Wash & Out. The album follows singles “Miss Me,” “O.M.C” and “2nd Fiddle.” Wash & Out is out via Hardcover/RCA Records
You can listen to Wash & Out here.
Australian singer-songwriter Alex Cameron released Forced Witness, his second studio album. The album follows singles “Candy May”, “Stranger’s Kiss” ft. Angel Olsen and “Runnin’ Outta Luck.” Forced Witness is out via Secretly Canadian.
You can listen to Forced Witness here.
The Dream Syndicate
How Did I Find Myself Here?
The Dream Syndicate releases How Did I Find Myself Here?, their fifth studio album and first since 1988’s Ghost Stories. The album follows singles “How Did I Find Myself Here?,” “Glide” and “Filter Me Through You.” How Did I Find Myself Here? is out via Warner Music Group.
You can listen to How Did I Find Myself Here? here.
Canadian pop band Alvvays release their sophomore studio album, Antisocialites. The album follows singles “In Undertow,” “Dreams Tonite” and “Plimsoll Punks.” Antisocialites is out via Polyvinyl Records.
You can listen to Antisocialites here.
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