3 Albums Out This Week 3/04/2024

3 New Albums Out This Week You Should Listen to Now: Faye Webster, Everything Everything, and Yard Act

Faye Webster
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There’s so much good music out in the ether that sometimes it’s difficult to parse through all of it. Every week The Daily Music Report will do the hard work for you and highlight the best releases available on streaming services.

This week we’re highlighting new music from Faye Webster, Everything Everything, and Yard Act.

Faye Webster – Underdressed at the Symphony

Released on March 1, 2024, Underdressed at the Symphony stands as a pivotal point in Faye Webster’s artistic evolution. Departing from her earlier works, the album showcases a more expansive musical landscape with lush orchestrations, layered vocals, and textured arrangements. The culmination of this evolution is marked by collaborations with notable artists such as Wilco guitarist Nels Cline and rapper Lil Yachty. Despite the richer sonic tapestry, Webster maintains her signature blend of raw emotions and subtle humor, exploring themes of everyday beauty and the complexities of relationships with honesty and vulnerability.

Standout Songs: Thinking About You, But Not Kiss, Lego Ring, Lifetime, Underdressed at the Symphony



Artist Links:

Apple Music

Everything Everything – Mountainhead

Mountainhead, the seventh studio album by British band Everything Everything, was released on March 1, 2024, through BMG. Follow-up to 2022’s Raw Data Feel, the band wrote, recorded, and produced in Stockport with guitarist Alex Robertshaw. Thematically, Mountainhead explores futuristic perspectives on capitalism and social fragmentation, revolving around a fictional world where society gets consumed by building a giant mountain.

Standout Songs: The End of the Contender, Cold Reactor, The Mad Stone, Don’t Ask Me To Beg, Dagger’s Edge



Artist Links:

Apple Music

Yard Act – Where’s My Utopia?

Released on March 1, 2024, Where’s My Utopia? marks the second studio album by the British rock band Yard Act, following their acclaimed debut, The Overload in January 2022. Co-produced with Gorillaz member Remi Kabaka Jr., the disco-inspired dance-rock album showcases the band’s evolution as they embrace a pop-oriented, party-centric sound focusing on memorable hooks and meticulously crafted songs.

Standout Songs: We Make Hits, Dream Job, When the Laughter Stops, Grifter’s Grief


Where's My Utopia?

Artist Links:

Apple Music

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