New Music Friday

So first off, last week I missed the new EP from awesome punk band Red City Radio, so that one deserves some attention this week. It’s a slightly lighter Friday for new albums (thankfully, since I’ve barely listened to the ones from last week). The new LP from The Fratellis should be a rollicking good time, as they are one of the best British rock bands out there today. The latest Decemberists album I’m sure will be a thoughtful affair. In songs, we have new ones from legendary rock singer Roger Daltrey (The Who), grunge gods Pearl Jam, soul singer Leon Bridges, the return of indie band We Are Scientists, and singles from Plan B, Bombino, Willie Nelson, Chris Stapleton, a Portugal. The Man song remixed by “Weird Al” Yankovic, and a whole lot of others.

I should also mention there are two new Flogging Molly tracks to listen to, just in time for St. Patty’s Day.

Enjoy the listens, and let us know what you like!


The FratellisIn Your Own Sweet Time

The DecemberistsI’ll Be Your Girl


Red City RadioSkyTigers


Pearl Jam – Can’t Deny Me

Roger Daltrey – As Long As I Have You

Leon Bridges – Bet Ain’t Worth the Hand

Leon Bridges – Bad Bad News

We Are Scientists – Your Light Has Changed

Chris Stapleton – I Want Love

Portugal. The Man – Live in the Moment (“Weird Al” Yankovic remix)

Willie Nelson – Me and You

Flogging Molly – There’s Nothing Left, Pt 2

Flogging Molly – Going Home

The Vaccines – Surfing in the Sky

Plan B – Guess Again

Van Morrison – You’re Driving Me Crazy (feat. Joey DeFrancesco)

Bombino – Tehigren

William Fitzsimmons
– Learning to Fly

Damien Jurado – Over Rainbows and Rainier

Dr. Dog – Buzzing in the Light

The Tallest Man on Earth – An Ocean

Aloe Blacc – Make Way

La Luz – California Finally

Vince Staples – Get the Fuck Off My Dick

MC Lars – King Lear, King Lear

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