3 New Albums Out This Week You Should Listen to Now: Alexisonfire, Soccer Mommy, and Day Wave
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 Alexisonfire, Soccer Mommy, and Day Wave.
Alexisonfire – Otherness
Canadian post-hardcore band, Alexisonfire have returned to release their fifth studio album and their first in 13 years. If you’re a fan of Alexisonfire you’ll notice how they’ve evolved. And if you’re new to them, here’s how the band has described their sounds, “the sound of two Catholic high school girls in mid-knife-fight.” Be prepared for a gripping LP that shows maturity and a quality that only comes with dedicating yourself to your craft.
Standout Songs: Committed to the Con, Sweet Dreams of Otherness, Sans Soleil, Reverse the Curse, World Stops Turning
Soccer Mommy – Sometimes, Forever
Nashville singer/songwriter, Sophie Allison (Soccer Mommy) has returned with her third studio album. Sometimes, Forever follows up 2020’s critically acclaimed Color Theory. The album includes four singles: ‘Shotgun,’ ‘Unholy Affliction,’ ’NewDemo,’ and ‘Bones.’
Standout Songs: Shotgun, Darkness Forever, Fire In The Driveway, Feel It All The Time
Day Wave – Pastlife
Bay Area musician, Jackson Phillips (a.k.a. Day Wave) has released his long-awaited sophomore album, Pastlife. The album, 10 tracks deep, follows up his Crush (EP) from 2020. Stylistically, expect Day Wave to continue where he left off as he delivers pristine low-key poppy synth odes with driving percussion.
Standout Songs: Pastlife, Where Do You Go, Before We Knew, Apartment Complex
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