3 New Albums Out This Week You Should Listen to Now: Feist, Angel Olsen, and Metallica
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 Feist, Angel Olsen, and Metallica.
Feist – Multitudes
Feist has made a triumphant return with her sixth studio album, Multitudes. This long-awaited album follows the success of her 2017 record, Pleasure, and is comprised of 12 tracks, including the outstanding singles ‘Hiding Out in the Open,’ ‘In Lightning,’ and ‘Love Who We Are Meant To.’ Collaborating with producers Robbie Lackritz and Mocky, Feist wrote and recorded the album in a custom-built studio in Northern California’s Redwood Forest. The album serves as a reflection on the past few years, which have been a time of great change for Feist. According to Feist, Multitudes is “an album about the beauty and the messiness of being alive.”
Standout Songs: Forever Before, Hiding Out In The Open, Borrow Trouble
Angel Olsen – Forever Means EP
Angel Olsen has released her new Forever Means EP. Four tracks long, this impressive collection showcases Olsen’s exceptional songwriting talent. Recorded during the sessions for her 2022 album Big Time, the EP features a mix of genres, including folk, country, and soul, creating a cohesive and unforgettable listening experience. Throughout the EP, Olsen delves into her personal experiences covering her adoption, coming out as queer, and the passing of her parents. Forever Means is not just an EP, it’s a window into Olsen’s soul, and it’s a testament to the power of music to heal and transform.
Standout Songs: Nothing’s Free, Forever Means
Metallica – 72 Seasons
72 Seasons is the eleventh studio album from the iconic heavy metal band Metallica. The album sees the northern California natives return to classic form. Produced by Greg Fidelman, this concept album is a musical journey that explores different cultures and seasons, showcasing their musical prowess. Whether you’re a longtime fan or new to the band, this album is a must-have for anyone who loves powerful, melodic tracks that will leave you wanting more.
Standout Songs: 72 Seasons, Shadows Follow, Screaming Suicide, Lux Æterna, Crown of Barbed Wire, If Darkness Had a Son
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