Better Off, the band that released the criminally underrated (I Think) I'm Leaving in 2013, will release a sophomore LP titled Milk via Equal Vision on September 11. The album's first single, "Whatever, I Don't Care" is streaming in the replies, and Milk can be pre-ordered on the Internet (here, specifically). Imagine the state of affairs of your mailbox if you could pre-order a bundle with a carton of milk, hahaha!
The Maccabees superb new album Marks To Prove It managed to defy all modern logic and happenings to stay (near enough) unleaked and unavailable to listen to in full until official release day, which is today! So go and check it out, read our review of it and have a great weekend!
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Say Hi is back this year with a new studio album titled Bleeders Digest, out on September 18th via Barsuk Records. You can check out two new songs, "The Grass Is Always Greener" and "Creatures of the Night," and his upcoming tour dates with Death Cab For Cutie in Australia and Telekinesis in North America, in the replies.
CHVRCHES will release their new album, Every Open Eye, on September 25th. The debut single will premiere tonight on Annie Mac's BBC Radio 1 show.
Because the album was written over such a long period of time, it’s about the goods and the bads, the beginnings and ends. Personally, I’m in a good place right now, but there’s definitely anti-love songs on there as well. “Leave a Trace” is the middle finger mic-drop. It’s about that point where you’re like, “There’s no point having this conversation anyways: There will be no resolve, I won’t feel better about it, you won’t feel better about it, no outcome from this will actually change my reality.” It makes me feel better to write about...
Silversun Pickups will be releasing their new album, Better Nature, on September 25th via their own New Machine Recordings label. You can check out the artwork in the replies and pre-order the record here.
Emancipator will release his fourth full-length album, Seven Seas, on September 25th on Loci Records. You can find the album artwork and stream his new single, "Seven Seas" ft. Madelyn Grant, in the replies. He also announced a Fall Ensemble Tour with support from Wax Tailor, Blockhead, Yppah and Manatee Commune. Dates are also in the replies.
New Order have revealed that Killers frontman Brandon Flowers, Iggy Pop, La Roux and Chemical Brothers' Tom Rowlands will appear on their upcoming LP, Music Complete. The record is due out September 25th.
"As far as putting a record together, I don’t really know what’s happening," he said. "Our show is our main focus. We don’t have anything booked after this. We don’t have any plans. We’re not being secretive — we just don’t have any plans. It’s just about, Play the show and put all of our energy into one show — for once in my life, let’s just play one fucking show and care just about this one show for a goddamn change."
Audiostrobelight will release History as Written by the Defeated as a digital exclusive on July 17th via Little Heart Records. It's a "reimagined retrospective." You can pre-order it and hear a new song called "Blisters" in the replies.
A Brilliant Lie have announced a three EP series, entitled Threads, to be released between now and next July. The first installment, Threads: Cutter, will be released on July 17. The artwork can be viewed in the replies, and the EP can be preordered at the band's website.
1. Always at Odds
3. Circles for Sewing
4. Drive til Morning
5. Bittered Bones
After stating in a tweet last year that if they got 1,000 re-tweets, they would record an album about the 1996 cinematic masterpiece Space Jam, Sledding With Tigers has just announced their newest record, Come on and Slam, will be released July 24. Stream the first single, "Take It From Me, Michael Jordan," in the replies, where you can also see the artwork and tracklisting.
The superb Gambles has released his new album Vicious Times today and you can listen to it in full via the replies. Produced by Boots, I highly recommend this for fans of Father John Misty, Tom Waits etc. Get on it.
The Libertines will release their first album in 11 years, Anthems For Doomed Youth, on September 4th. The first single "Gunga Din" will premiere tonight on Annie Mac's BBC 1 show. Pre-orders in various formats are available from here.
2. Gunga Din
3. Fame And Fortune
4. Anthem For Doomed Youth
5. You're My Waterloo
6. Belly Of The Beast
8. Heart Of The Matter
9. Fury Of Chonburi
10. The Milkman's Horse
11. Glasgow Coma Scale Blues
12. Dead For Love
The next chapter in Maritime’s history is already being written. The band just finished tracking at their own recording studio, The Polish Moon, in Milwaukee—concocting a batch of songs that combine the darker tone of Heresy with the popcraft of We, The Vehicles. Look for their fifth, and yet to be named, album to hit stores in the fall of 2015 on Dangerbird.
Revealed through The Jasta Show, a music podcast hosted by Hatebreed vocalist Jamey Jasta, For Today vocalist Mattie Montgomery has revealed the band's sixth full-length album will be titled Wake, set for a fall release via Razor & Tie. The album was produced and mixed by Will Putney at The Machine Shop in New Jersey.