3 New Albums Out This Week You Should Listen to Now: Bad Bunny, Helena Deland, and Metric
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 Bad Bunny, Helena Deland, and Metric.
Bad Bunny – Nadie Sabe Lo Que Va A Pasar Mañana
Bad Bunny has released his fifth studio album, Nadie Sabe Lo Que Va a Pasar Mañana, following the success of his critically acclaimed album, Un Verano Sin Ti. The surprise album consists of 22 tracks and draws on a new, more exploratory sound that pushes the boundaries of his musical style. Showcasing a diverse sound, blending elements of reggaeton, pop, Latin trap, and various other genres, the album was preceded by two singles: ‘Where She Goes’ and ‘Un Preview.’
Standout Songs: FINA, GRACIAS POR NADA, BABY NUEVA, NO ME QUIERO CASAR, WHERE SHE GOES, PERRO NEGRO
Helena Deland – Goodnight Summerland
Fundamentally, Goodnight Summerland delves into the theme of loss and mourning. Crafted in the wake of Deland’s mother’s passing, numerous tracks grapple with the indescribable nature of losing someone dear. Deland portrays this experience as transformative, and a “pure encounter with mystery.” This sentiment holds true throughout the album even in its more lighthearted instances, where a profound sense of emptiness is palpable. Helena Deland is one of those artists that will put you in a different mood. And Goodnight Summerland is one of those albums.
Standout Songs: Spring Bug, Bright Green Vibrant Gray, Who I Sound Like, Swimmer
Metric – Formentera II
Formentera II, the eagerly awaited ninth studio album by the Canadian indie rock band Metric, serves as a sequel to their 2022 release, Formentera. Released on October 13, 2023, under their label Metric Music International and distributed by Thirty Tigers Records, the album began during the early stages of the COVID-19 pandemic until its completion in early 2023. The recording sessions took place at the band’s Main Street Studios in Toronto and Motorbass Studios in Paris, showcasing the band’s dedicated creative efforts in the face of challenging times.
Standout Songs: Just The Once, Who Would You Be For Me, Suckers, Nothing Is Perfect
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