The Flaming Lips | American Head
The Flaming Lips’ 21st album American Head is out now. The new album has a total of 13 songs. Leading up to the album release, the band previewed what was to come by sharing multiple singles from American Head, such as “You n Me Sellin’ Weed,” “My Religion is You,” and “Flowers of Neptune.” Their latest work follows their 2019 album King’s Mouth. Stream American Head below.
M.I.A. | CTRL
M.I.A. is back with new music. Earlier in March, the artist released a song for the first time in four years. Now, she returns with a new track titled “CTRL.” The song is available to stream exclusively on M.I.A.’s website ohmni.com. The artist recently confirmed that a new album is on the way, however her latest single will not be included in the project. “CTRL” reflects M.I.A.’s support for Julian Assange, the WikiLeaks founder who is being charged with “conspiring to hacking into a Pentagon computer network in 2010.” Read what she had to say about the powerful song below.
— M.I.A (@MIAuniverse) September 9, 2020
Wallows | Nobody Gets Me (Like You)
Wallows revealed a new song from their upcoming quarantine EP called Remote, out on October 23. Their single is titled “Nobody Gets Me (Like You)” and released a music video for the track. The EP will include six tracks produced by the band, Sahci DiSerafino and John DeBold. This will follow the group’s 2019 debut album Nothing Happens. Watch the music video below.
Marilyn Manson | We Are Chaos
Marliyn Manson has released his 11th studio album WE ARE CHAOS. The new album follows Manson’s 2017 LP Heaven Upside Down. WE ARE CHAOS consists of 10 songs that are ”70s glam rock and ’80s new wave inspired. Stream it below.
Matt Berninger | One More Second
The National frontman Matt Berninger has dropped a new song from his upcoming debut solo album Serpentine Prison. The track is titled “One More Second,” and is described as a love song from Berninger himself. “I just wanted to write one of those classic, simple, desperate love songs that sound great in your car.” The artist even credited Dolly Parton’s “I Will Always Love You” in his lyric video credits. Berninger’s new album is out October 2. In the meantime, stream his new song on your next drive.