3 New Albums Out This Week You Should Listen to Now: Alvvays, Sorry, and Daphni
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 Alvvays, Sorry, and Daphni.
Alvvays – Blue Rev
Blue Rev is the Canadian indie outfit’s third studio album. Following 2017’s Antisocialites, the album continues exploring their signature indie sound that combines elements of shoegaze, guitar distortion, and dreamy vocals. To promote the album, they released five singles (Pharmacist, Easy On Your Own?, Belinda Says, Very Online Guy, After the Earthquake) over the four-month cycle.
Standout Songs: Pharmacist, Easy On Your Own?, Pressed, Very Online Guy, Belinda Says, Lottery Noises
Sorry – Anywhere But Here
North London’s Sorry (previously named Fish) have released their highly anticipated sophomore album, Anywhere But Here. Released via Domino, the album was preceded by the single ‘Let the Lights On.’ Anywhere But Here was produced by Portishead’s Adrian Utley alongside Lorenz, Ali Chant, and the band’s guitarist Louis O’Bryen.
Standout Songs: Let The Lights On, Key To The City, There’s So Many People That Want To Be Loved, Closer, Again
Daphni – Cherry
Caribou’s Dan Snaith has dropped his first full-length album as Daphni since 2017’s Joli Mai. The 14-track project boasts five singles: ‘Arrow,’ ‘Cherry,’ ‘Cloudy,’ ‘Clavicle,’ and ‘Mania.’ Released via Snaith’s Jiaolong label, the Canadian producer was ultimately surprised by the outcome of the record, “For something so buoyant, I’m surprised how much it bangs in a club.”
Standout Songs: Arrow, Cherry, Mania, Clavicle, Cloudy
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