New Music Friday Ft. Cold War Kids, Tame Impala, Billie Eilish, The Strokes, and more

Nathan Willet, Kevin Parker, Billie Eilish, Julian Cassablanca

Tame Impala – The Slow Rush 

Multi-dimensional musical artist Kevin Parker is back as the psychedelic and hypnotic alternative artist Tame Impala.  The Slow Rush is his first release since his 2015 breakout album, Currents, and his space jams and 70s vibe is very much still intact. The album features 12 tracks including previously released singles “Borderline,” “It Might Be Time,” “Posthumous Forgiveness,” and “Lost In Yesterday.” Stream The Slow Rush below. Tame Impala will be returning to Austin this summer as they kick off their tour in support of the new album. Tickets are on sale now.

 

 

Billie Eilish – “No Time To Die”

Billie Eilish is breaking more records as the youngest person to ever record a James Bond movie theme song. The title track for the film was produced with the help of Eilish’s brother Finneas and recorded alongside Hans Zimmer and an orchestra in London. Stream the single below. The 25th 007 film, No Time to Die, will be released this April.

 

 

Cold War Kids – “Who’s Gonna Love Me Now” 

101X Concert Series artist, Cold War Kids, have shared the first single off of their upcoming album New Age Norms 2. Produced and mixed by Grammy Award-winner Shawn Everett, “Who’s Gonna Love Me Now” follows last year’s New Age Norms 1 and is the second installment in a three-album trilogy. Stream Cold War Kids’ new song below. Cold War Kids will join 101X this weekend for a sold out show at Subb’s to kick off this year’s Concert Series.

 

The Strokes – “At The Door” 

The Strokes have struck a new chord with the first single off of their forthcoming album The New Abnormal. “At the Door” in an intergalactic tune with video game elements, over a mellow melody. The quintet premiered their new song, along with another single “Bad Decisions,” at a Bernie Sanders rally in New Hampshire earlier this week. Watch the animated video for the new single below. 

 

 

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