New Arrivals: Albums Released Today

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 this 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 playlist here.

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Emeli Sandé
Long Live The Angels

Scottish recording artist Emeli Sandé is back with her second studio album Long Live The Angels. Influenced by Sandé’s Zambian roots, the album follows singles “Hurts,” “Garden” and “Breathing Underwater.” Long Live The Angels is out via Virgin Records.

You can listen to Long Live The Angels here. Check out her exclusive guest list, Day Dreaming on Jupiter.

A Tribe Called Quest
We got it from Here… Thank You 4 Your service

Indisputable hip-hop legends A Tribe Called Quest are out with We got it from Here… Thank You 4 Your service, their sixth and final studio album, and first since The Love Movement dropped back in 1998. Completed before the death of key member Phife Dawg, the album was recored in full at Q-Tip’s home studio. The album includes appearances from André 3000, Jack White, Elton John, Talib Kweli, Anderson .Paak and Kendrick Lamar and is out via Epic Records.

You can listen to We got it from Here… Thank You 4 Your service here. You can listen to our Legends: A Tribe Called Quest here and The Samples of A Tribe Called Quest here.

Sting
57TH & 9TH

57TH & 9TH marks the most recent solo album since 2013 from Sting, the British singer-songwriter most well known for fronting The Police. Sting’s first rock album in 13 years, 57TH & 9TH derives its title from the intersection that he had to cross every day in order to get to his recording studio in New York, New York. The album follows singles “I Can’t Stop Thinking About You,” “50,000″ and “Petrol Head” and is out via Cherrytree, Interscope and A&M Records.

You can listen to 57TH & 9TH here.

Bibi Bourelly
Free The Real (Pt. #2)

Free The Real (Pt. #2) is the follow-up and companion EP to German-born musician Bibi Bourelly’s Free The Real (Pt. #1) debuting EP. Best known for her work writing for artists such as Rihanna, Usher, and Selena Gomez, the project follows singles “Perfect.” and “Ballin.” Free The Real (Pt. #2) is out via Def Jam Recordings.

You can listen to Free The Real (Pt. #2) here.

Belly
InZombia Mixtape

On the heels of his third studio album, Another Day in Paradise, Canadian rapper Belly is out with InZombia, his latest mixtape. Best known for his collaborative work with The Weeknd, Belly recently signed a deal with JAY Z’s Roc Nation label. Belly’s InZombia mixtape follows singles “The Day I Met You” and “Consuela.”

You can listen to the InZombia mixtape here.

In Frames
Battles

Swedish heavy metal outfit In Flames is out with Battles, their twelfth studio album to date and latest since 2014′s Siren Charms. The album follows singles “The Truth,” “The End,” “Through My Eyes” and “Save Me.” Produced by Grammy-nominated producer Howard Benson, the album is out on Nuclear Blast.

You can listen to Battles here.

Sleigh Bells
Jessica Rabbit

Jessica Rabbit is the fourth studio full-length from the American noise pop duo known as Sleigh Bells. Their most recent release since 2013′s Bitter Rivals, the album follows singles “It’s Just Us Now” and “I Can Only Stare.” Jessica Rabbit is out by way of Torn Clean Records.

You can listen to Jessica Rabbit here.

GUM
Flash in the Pan

Out and available courtesy of Spinning Top Music, Flash In The Pan marks the third studio full-length effort from the Jay Watson fronted Tame Impala spinoff known as gum GUM. The album follows leading single “Gemini.”  

You can listen to Flash in the Pan here.

Pink Floyd
The Early Years, 1967-1972

Charting the rise and evolution of rock and roll heroes Pink Floyd, The Early Years 1967-1972 offers an engaging portrait of the band’s initial steps into the world of psychedelic and progressive rock. The 27 song offering includes 19 previously unreleased tracks and is perfectly suited for practically any Pink Floyd enthusiast.

You can listen to The Early Years, 1967-1972 here. You can also listen to our Legends: Pink Floyd playlist here, in addition to listening to Legends: Roger Waters and Legends: Syd Barrett.

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