3 New Albums Out this week you Should Listen to Now: Radiohead, Snail Mail, and serpentwithfeet
This week we highlight new music from Radiohead, Snail Mail, and serpentwithfeet.
Radiohead – Kid A Mnesia
Kid A and Amnesiac were released eight months apart at the turn of the century. As groundbreaking as those albums continue to be, no one could have imagined the reverberations they would still be leaving to this day. Twenty years later Radiohead has now repackaged the two innovative and cutting edge albums. And with it, they have included demos and rarities that have become fan favorites like ‘Follow Me Around.’ Give it a listen and let it take you back to that special place when you first heard them.
Standout Songs: The National Anthem, How to Disappear Completely, Optimistic, Idioteque, You and Whose Army?, Knives Out, Dollars and Cents, If You Say the Word, Follow Me Around…
Snail Mail – Valentine
Produced by Lindsey Jordan and indie producer, Brad Cook (The War On Drugs, Bon Iver, Waxahatchee), Snail Mail’s sophomore effort is a blend of indie, rock, and folk that is a marvel to listen to. Themes of heartbreak, melancholy and an episode of rehab take center stage on this album. Snail Mail claims misery as her mythological siren. And make no mistake, she will pull you in. It’s quite something to behold. Valentine is an outpouring of emotion that Jordan wears proudly on her sleeve. If you haven’t heard of Snail Mail yet, you will. Valentine should push her further into the spotlight and into the mainstream music scene. Read Our Review.
Standout Songs: Valentine, Ben Franklin, Forever (Sailing), Madonna, Glory
serpentwithfeet – Deacon’s Grove
Deacon’s Grove is the companion piece to serpentwithfeet’s acclaimed sophomore record Deacon from earlier in 2021. The EP is a collection of new material and remixes / new interpretations. Fans of serpentwithfeet should be excited to hear new versions of ‘Hyacinth’ and ‘Amir.’ The EP includes guest features from Ambré and Alex Isley.
Standout Songs: Strings, Fellowship (Remix) ft. Ambré and Alex Isley
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