3 New Albums Out This Week You Should Listen to Now: PVRIS, Far Caspian, and Disclosure
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 PVRIS, Far Caspian, and Disclosure.
PVRIS – EVERGREEN
Released on July 14, 2023, EVERGREEN stands as an extraordinary achievement, marking PVRIS’ fourth studio album. Led by the visionary multi-instrumentalist Lyndsey Gunnulfsen, the band dares to redefine their artistic boundaries and venture deeper into the realms of hip-hop and R&B influences. This audacious exploration results in an enchanting and dynamic compilation of tracks, encapsulating PVRIS’ most evolved and exhilarating offering to date. With EVERGREEN, PVRIS triumphantly showcases their artistic growth and cements their status as boundary-pushing creators.
Standout Songs: GOOD ENEMY, GODDESS, ANIMAL, ANYWHERE BUT HERE, LOVE IS A…
Far Caspian – The Last Remaining Light
Far Caspian’s new album, The Last Remaining Light, is a captivating collection of 10 dreamy indie rock songs that delve into themes of hope, loss, and the pursuit of meaning. Penned and recorded by Joel Johnston, the sole member of Far Caspian, within the confines of his basement studio, the album draws inspiration from Johnston’s personal encounters as well as his keen observations of the world around him. The Last Remaining Light, an exquisite and poignant offering, provides a distinct vantage point on the human experience. Johnston’s lyrics are sincere and introspective, while his music exudes warmth and enticement. Whether you have a penchant for indie rock, dream pop, or folk, we wholeheartedly recommend immersing yourself in the compelling soundscape of The Last Remaining Light.
Standout Songs: The Last Remaining Light, Arbitrary Task, Own, Pet Architect, Pool
Disclosure – Alchemy
Disclosure’s latest album, Alchemy, emerges following the 10th anniversary of their acclaimed debut, Settle, while also standing as their first offering devoid of featured artists and samples. Embracing newfound artistic freedom after parting ways with their previous label, the Lawrence brothers deftly intertwine slippery rhythms and effervescent chords, skillfully asserting themselves as both gifted singers and songwriters, while reconnecting with their dance music origins. Within the album’s infectious beats, a tinge of melancholy resonates in a handful of tracks as the album maintains an overall buoyant atmosphere. Illuminated by their appreciation for UK garage, Disclosure crafts an expansive soundscape, ranging from the vibrant to the experimental allure of chopped-up jungle breaks. Their voices seamlessly meld with the music, adding an extra layer of vividness to this evocative and captivating musical endeavor.
Standout Songs: Go The Distance, We Were In Love
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