October is halfway over, and the music drops keep coming. The splashiest new release today is the debut full-length album from Led Zeppelin devotees Greta Van Fleet. Along with this, former A Single Sit-down artist Novo Amor has released his latest album, as have noise punks Cloud Nothings, Swedish indie rockers Peter Bjorn and John, and soul/R&B/art rock group Phony Ppl.
In songs, punk veterans Bad Religion dropped another new single from their upcoming album. Soul rocker Curtis Harding dropped a six-minute burner, J Mascis gave us another new mellow jam, San Diego rockers Switchfoot showed off a new single, and Panic! at the Disco covered Outkast for Spotify.
List to all of these and more below, or listen to all of these plus other recent new releases on my weekly updated playlist here.
Cloud Nothings – Last Building Burning
Greta Van Fleet – Anthem of the Peaceful Army
Phony Ppl – mō’zā-ik.
Peter Bjorn and John – Darker Days
Novo Amor – Birthplace
Saves the Day – Side by Side
Curtis Harding – Where We Are
Bad Religion – The Profane Rights of Man
Panic! at the Disco – Hey Ya! (Outkast cover)
Lucius – Ghosting
Charles Bradley – Can’t Fight the Feeling
The 1975 – It’s Not Living (If It’s Not With You)
J Mascis – Web So Dense
Switchfoot – Native Tongue
Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness – Blue Vacation
Open Mike Eagle – Every Single Thing
Win Butler Vs The Knocks – Sun Comes Up
Moby – Falling Rain and Light
The O’Jays – Above the Law