3 New Albums Out This Week You Should Listen to Now: Hamish Hawk, Young Fathers, and RAYE
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 Hamish Hawk, Young Fathers, and RAYE.
Hamish Hawk – Angel Numbers
Edinburgh-born singer/songwriter has released his second album Angel Numbers. Blending the best of indie rock and chamber pop, the Scottish musician adds a dash of humor allowing you to take a step away from life for a bit and enjoy yourself. The album is a timeless piece that astounds from track to track due to his romantic, joyful, and outright transcendent views of everyday life.
Standout Songs: Think of Us Kissing, Elvis look-alike Shadows, Bill, Angel Numbers, Money, Dog-eared August, Gary Seals
Young Fathers – Heavy Heavy
Scottish trio Young Fathers have released their fourth studio album Heavy Heavy 10 tracks deep the album was officially announced on October 20, 2022 alongside their second single ‘I Saw.’
Standout Songs: Rice, I Saw, Geronimo, Ululation
RAYE – My 21st Century Blues
London singer/songwriter RAYE has released her debut studio album My 21st Century Blues. Released through Human Re Sources independently, the album was co-written by Raye with production handled by Mike Sabath, herself, BloodPop, Punctual, and Di Genius. In an interview with Rolling Stone UK, Raye told the publication that this album includes some of her most intimate songwriting to date, including her struggles with body dysmorphia, anxiety, and sexual assault.
Standout Songs: Oscar Winning Tears, Hard Out Here., Black Mascara, Escapism., Mary Jane., Five Star Hotel. (feat. Mahalia)
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