3 New Albums Out This Week You Should Listen to Now: The Lemon Twigs, Fred again.. and Eno, and Flume
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 The Lemon Twigs, Fred again.. and Eno, and Flume.
The Lemon Twigs – Everything Harmony
New York-based indie rock duo, The Lemon Twigs, have just unleashed their fourth studio album, Everything Harmony. Featuring a mix of psychedelic pop, baroque pop, and glam rock, the album comprises 13 original tracks that perfectly encapsulate the band’s unique sound. Standout tracks include the poignant ballad ‘Any Time of Day,’ the dramatic and theatrical ‘What Happens to a Heart,’ the dreamy psychedelic pop of ‘In My Head,’ and the upbeat and infectious title track, ‘Everything Harmony.’ With Everything Harmony, The Lemon Twigs showcase their continued evolution as a band, delivering a strong album that’s sure to please fans of indie rock and music aficionados alike.
Standout Songs: In My Head, Any Time Of Day, What Happens to a Heart, Everything Harmony
Fred again.. and Eno – Secret Life
Fred again.. and Brian Eno have unveiled their latest joint project, Secret Life. Diving into the experimental and soulful side of their musical repertoires, the album serves up a mesmerizing mix of ambient, electronic, and soulful sounds. The release marks a refreshing departure for Fred again.., known for his previous works in the house and techno genre. With Secret Life, the duo has created a captivating and introspective record that will captivate fans of both artists.
Standout Songs: Secret, Enough, Cmon, Chest, Come On Home
Flume – Arrived Anxious, Left Bored
Electronic music fans, rejoice! Australian producer Flume has just dropped a surprise album, and it’s a stunning collection of previously unreleased tracks titled Arrived Anxious, Left Bored. Packed with an eclectic range of sounds and styles, from the pulsing beats of house and techno to the ethereal melodies of ambient music, the album is a testament to Flume’s versatility and creativity as a producer. While still true to his unique signature sound, Flume demonstrates a newfound maturity and depth in his music that will captivate both long-time fans and newcomers. Arrived Anxious, Left Bored is a gem that will leave you craving for more.
Standout Songs: Chalk 1.3.3 [2017 Export Wav], Jerry 1.6 [2017 Export Wave], Arrived Anxious, Left Bored [2020 Export Wav], Not Other 1.2.2 [2021 Export Wav]
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