Listen: New Music Friday Ft. AJR, Catfish & The Bottlemen, The Cranberries, Local Natives, And More
AJR is back with a new album titled Neotheater. The album is the first release from the three brothers since 2017’s album, The Click. The album includes previously released tracks “100 Bad Days,” “Dear Winter,” and “Birthday Party.” Preview Neotheater below.
Catfish & The Bottlemen have unveiled their third studio album, The Balance. Produced by Jacknife Lee, The Balance includes previously released singles “Longshot,” “Fluctuate,” and “2All.” Preview the new album below.
Last year’s unfortunate loss of Dolores O’Riordan came as The Cranberries were in the midst of recording their eighth, and what is now their final, album. The album is eerily titled In The End and was produced by longtime collaborator Stephen Street. The album was released in memory of Dolores O’Riordan, who will forever be recognized as a woman who revolutionized the world of rock music. Stream In The End below.
Local Natives are back with their new album Violet Street which was released via Loma Vista. The album follows the 2016 release of Sunlit Youth and was produced by Shawn Everett, who has previously worked with artists like Alabama Shakes and Weezer. Stream the new album below.
The Black Keys have announced a new album Let’s Rock, due out June 28th via Easy Eye Sound/Nonesuch Records. Along with the announcement, the duo unveiled a new song titled “Eagle Bird,” which you can listen to below. Earlier this year, The Black Keys released “Lo/Hi”—The band’s first music release in five years. The Black Keys will be going on tour with Modest Mouse this fall and will play at the Frank Erwin center November 13th. Get your tickets here.
In The Valley Below has released their sophomore album titled The Pink Chateau earlier than expected! The album was entirely written, recorded, and performed by the real-life couple, Angela Gail and Jeffrey Jacob. Preview the new album below.
Dreamers have released their new album, LAUNCH FLY LAND. The album is a follow-up to 2016’s This Album Does Not Exist, which included their hit “Sweet Disaster.” Dreamers will be kicking off a promotional tour starting July 2, and will be making stops at Governors Ball and Lollapalooza. Preview LAUNCH FLY LAND below.
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