10 Albums to Look Forward to in November 2022

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 November 2022.

First Aid Kit - 10 Albums to Look Forward to in November 2022

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First Aid Kit – Palomino
Release Date: November 4

First Aid Kit (sisters Klara and Johanna Söderberg) have readied their fifth LP. The Swedish folk signers’ project arrives November 4 via Columbia Records. The 11-track project promises to be the duo’s most pop-forward album to date.

Rap Ferreira - 10 Albums to Look Forward to in November 2022

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R.A.P. Ferreira – 5 To The Eye With Stars
Release Date: November 4

Rory Allen Philip Ferreira, better known as R.A.P. Ferreira is set to release his fifth studio album. Consisting of 9 tracks the album was executive produced by Danyell Jariel and R.A.P. Ferreira. Beats have been supplied by Daddy Kev, Rose Noir, Joe Nora, Kenny Segal, DJ D-Styles, Wylie Cable, Basico, ZOCHI, and Frythm. Released via Ruby Yacht the album was preceded by two singles: ‘ours’ and ‘mythsysizer instinct’ (feat. Hemlock Ernst).

The Lone Bellow - 10 Albums to Look Forward to in November 2022

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The Lone Bellow – Love Songs for Losers
Release Date: November 4

Brooklyn-based trio The Lone Bellow are set to release their latest project, Love Songs For Losers. Released via Dualtone Music Group, the full-length project is their fifth overall. Self-produced (Zach Williams, Kanene Donehey Pipkin, and Brian Elmquist) the album was recorded at the former home of music legend Roy Orbison.

Christine and the Queens

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Christine and The Queens – Redcar les adorables étoiles
Release Date: November 11

Redcar, the new alias of Christine and the Queens, is on the verge of releasing Redcar les adorables étoiles. Set for release on November 11, the follow-up to 2018’s Chris, the album is described as a “new musical production, an exclusive show in the name of poetry.” There will also be three Christine and The Queens live shows to support the album, two in Paris and one in London.


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Offset – TBD
Release Date: November 11

The Atlanta-bred emcee has decided to step away from the group (Migos) and focus on his solo career. The sophomore release will follow up 2019’s Father of 4. Set to have 13 tracks, the album is expected to have several features.

Bruce Springsteen

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Bruce Springsteen – Only the Strong Survive
Release Date: November 11

The upcoming twenty-first studio album by Bruce Springsteen is a cover album of R&B and soul songs. The Columbia Records release was recorded at his Thrill Hill Recording studio in New Jersey and produced by Ron Aniello.

The Smashing Pumpkins

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The Smashing Pumpkins – ATUM (Act 1)
Release Date: November 15

Billed as the sequel to 1995’s Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness and 2000’s Machina/Machine of God The Smashing Pumpkins are on the verge of releasing a new 33-song rock opera called ATUM. The 3 act collection will be revealed in separate acts with the first getting a November 15 release (Act 2 on January 31 and Act 3 on April 21). The release schedule was designed by Corgan himself to help listeners digest the large body of work.

Neil Young

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Neil Young – World Record
Release Date: November 18

World Record is the forthcoming 42nd studio album by Canadian-American singer/songwriter Neil Young. It will be his 15th with Crazy Horse. Released via Reprise Records the album was produced by Neil Young and Rick Rubin and was recorded live and mixed to analog tape at Rick Rubin’s Shangri-La studio in Malibu, California.

Weyes Blood

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Weyes Blood – And In the Darkness, Hearts Aglow
Release Date: November 18

Follow up to 2019’s Titanic Rising, And In the Darkness, Hearts Aglow is set for release on November 18, 2022 via Sub Pop. The album was written by Natalie Mering (Weyes Blood) with production from Mering along with Jonathan Rado on all songs except for ‘A Given Thing,’ which was produced by Mering and Rodaidh McDonald. The album features guest appearances from Meg Duffy, Daniel Lopatin, and Mary Lattimore.


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Stormzy – This Is What I Mean
Release Date: November 25

Due out November 25 via 0207 Def Jam/Interscope the 12-track release was primarily written on a retreat to Osea Island. This Is What I Mean is Stormzy’s first studio album in three years (Heavy Is the Head, 2019) and is billed as “an intimate love letter to music.”

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