10 Albums to Look Forward to in March 2024

From our favorite artists who have been delivering killer albums for years to the rising musicians just starting to break through, these are the ten albums to look forward to in March 2024.

Faye Webster

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Faye Webster: Underdressed at the Symphony
Release Date: March 1

Underdressed at the Symphony is the upcoming fifth studio album by American singer Faye Webster. Set to be released on March 1, 2024, through Secretly Canadian, the ten-track album explores the quiet journey of rebuilding after a breakup. Recorded at Sonic Ranch in Texas with her long-time band, the album is said to blend “catharsis and humor” on top of “indie rock, country, and R&B.”

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Scout: Everything Will Make Sense
Release Date: March 1

The debut EP, Everything Will Make Sense, promises to be a compact, emotionally charged piece of pop art. The project reflects a period of personal turmoil for Scout, weaving together an eclectic range of influences and featuring previously released singles ‘Who’ and ‘The Best.’ Through the cathartic lens and alternative-leaning pop soundscapes, Scout aims to be a beacon of defiance, embracing their own worth and power as an artist.


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Squarepusher: Dostrotime
Release Date: March 1

Squarepusher’s upcoming album, Dostrotime, is set for release on March 1, 2024. Released via Warp Records, the album will not be on streaming platforms to start, but can be heard via a Bandcamp listening party at 7 pm UK / 2 pm NY. Speaking more widely about Dostrotime, Jenkinson added: “For me, the lockdown of 2020 will always stand out as a remarkable time partly for the viscerality of its terrors, but also because of its novel, eerie, sublime silence. It afforded me (and no doubt other fortunate loners) a respite from the incessant distractions that can get in the way of important things such as doing nothing – or recording music.”

Yard Act

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Yard Act: Where’s My Utopia?
Release Date: March 1

Yard Act’s highly anticipated second studio album, Where’s My Utopia? is scheduled for release on March 1, 2024, via Island. This disco-inspired dance-rock album marks a significant departure from their debut, The Overload (2022), known for its post-punk sound. Following the success of their debut, frontman James Smith revealed in an interview with NME that the new album feels more liberating, emphasizing a shift away from musical constraints. Co-produced with Gorillaz member Remi Kabaka Jr., Where’s My Utopia? is described as a pop “party album” with a focus on hooks and well-crafted songs.


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Bleachers: Bleachers
Release Date: March 8

Bleachers’ self-titled album, their fourth studio release, is scheduled to hit the shelves on March 8, 2024, marking their debut under the Dirty Hit. The album, described as having a “rich depth” and “bright, soulful technicolor,” delves into themes of modern life, the band’s cultural relevance, and personal values. Following their critically acclaimed 2021 album, Take the Sadness Out of Saturday Night, the upcoming release promises to be a diverse and intimate collection, showcasing Bleachers’ distinctive sound while venturing into new musical territories.

Four Tet

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Four Tet: Three
Release Date: March 15

Three, the upcoming twelfth studio album by British electronic musician Four Tet (Kieran Hebden), is set to be released on March 15, 2024, through Text Records. The album, eagerly anticipated by fans of Four Tet’s distinctive blend of electronic music, is a follow-up to his 2020 release, Parallel. To celebrate the album Four Tet will host the Four Tet & Friends event in New York on May 4-5, featuring performances from Floating Points, UFO, and others. With a diverse range of influences, including jazz, folk, and ambient soundscapes, Three promises to be a noteworthy addition to Four Tet’s catalog.

Well, Actually

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Library Card: Nothing, Interesting
Release Date: March 15

Rotterdam’s Library Card, a band defined by their expressive yet thoughtful, abrasive yet melodious sound, is set to release their highly anticipated debut EP, Nothing, Interesting, on March 15, 2024, via AT EASE. The EP, produced and mixed by Daan Duurland, explores themes of love, loss, and the fear of not keeping up with the world, oscillating between angular post-punk, beguiling post-rock, and fast-paced garage. Spearheaded by Lot van Teylingen’s sardonic and sincere spoken word, the EP showcases the band’s diverse influences, including Detroit post-punks Protomartyr and Glaswegian art-rockers Life Without Buildings.

Adrianne Lenker

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Adrianne Lenker: Bright Future
Release Date: March 22

Adrianne Lenker, of Big Thief fame, has unveiled her upcoming solo album, Bright Future, set to release on March 22 via 4AD. Serving as the follow-up to 2020’s Songs and Instrumentals, the album features the previously released tracks ‘Ruined,’ ‘Sadness as a Gift,’ and ‘Fool.’ Co-produced with Philip Weinrobe, the album was crafted alongside collaborators Nick Hakim, Mat Davidson, and Josefin Runsteen at the analog studio Double Infinity. Lenker described the recording process as a moment of collective release for everyone involved, where intuition guided their every move, resulting in an uninterrupted flow of creativity.


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Waxahatchee: Tigers Blood
Release Date: March 22

Waxahatchee is set to release her seventh solo album, Tigers Blood, on March 22, 2024, through ANTI- Records. Following the critical success of her 2020 album, Saint Cloud, and the collaborative venture, I Walked With You A Ways, with Jess Williamson as Plains in 2022, Tigers Blood represents Crutchfield’s most confident and resilient work. The album delves into themes of self-discovery, revisiting past experiences, and finding strength in vulnerability. Boasting collaborations with renowned musicians such as MJ Lenderman, Spencer Tweedy, and Phil and Brad Cook, Tigers Blood promises to be a significant chapter in Waxahatchee’s artistic evolution. Produced by Brad Cook, engineered and mixed by Gerardo “Jerry” Ordonez, the 12-track project was recorded at Sonic Ranch Recording Studios.


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Beyoncé: Act II
Release Date: March 29

Initially teased through a Verizon commercial during the 2024 Super Bowl, Act II, Beyoncé’s eighth studio album, is slated for release on March 29, 2024. This album represents the second part of her three-act project, which was launched during the COVID-19 pandemic and follows the release of Act I: Renaissance in 2022. A notable departure for Beyoncé, Act II is reported to embrace a country sound.

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