G’day! Today, we get the latest albums from Australian punks The Living End and roots rock band John Butler Trio. Along with these, classic rocker Graham Parker has also come out with his first new work in many a moon.
You should also all listen to eclectic group The Knock‘s new album, which has released some great singles (like the hit “Ride or Die” with Foster the People), and should be a very fun collection of tunes.
In singles, emo heroes Saves the Day and Cursive both came out with new songs. Also a new rocker from Muse (and check out the great video here), punk from Hot Water Music, alternative from Bedouin Soundclash, and pop from Matt Nathanson. Jack Black’s Tenacious D dropped their first new single in years, and then there’s a new Young Thug song featuring Elton John.
Enjoy your final weekend of September 2018!
The Living End – Wunderbar
Graham Parker – Cloud Symbols
John Butler Trio – Home
The Knocks – New York Narcotic
Saves the Day – Kerouac & Cassady
Cursive – It’s Gonna Hurt
Muse – Pressure
Hippo Campus – Golden
Matt Nathanson – Different Beds
Hot Water Music – I Will Be
Kevin Devine – Into the Great Wide Open
Beach Slang – Old Orchard Beach
Bedouin Soundclash – Drive
Joe Strummer – Czechoslavak Song / Where Is England
Young Thug – High (feat. Elton John)
Tenacious D – Hope