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New Music Friday Ft. The Lumineers, Sam Fender, Hobo Johnson, And More
The Lumineers have shared a new album titled III—their first release since 2016’s Cleopatra. The new album shines a light on the heavy topic of addiction which is one that many of the band members have been affected by. The album tells the story of the “Sparks” family and their own struggle with addiction in the form of three chapters. Stream the new album below. The Lumineers are set to embark on a 2020 US tour in support of the new album. Although no Austin dates have been announced, they will be making stops in both Dallas and The Woodlands.
UKTX artist Sam Fender has released his debut album titled Hypersonic Missiles. The 25-year old singer-songwriter has been considered an “artist to watch” since he won the BRITs Critics’ Choice award earlier this year. Fender will bring his impressive guitar skills to the first weekend of ACL Fest in October.
Hobo Johnson has released his sophomore album titled The Fall of Hobo Johnson via Reprise Records. The album follows his debut album The Rise of Hobo Johnson which put the Sacramento artist on the map back in 2017. Listen to the new album below. Hobo Johnson will be in town on October 23rd to perform at Stubbs; tickets are on sale now.
More New Music Out This Week:
- Fall Out Boy - "Dear Future Self (Hands Up)"
- Green Day - "Father Of All..."
- Weezer - "The End Of The Game"
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