New Music Friday – September 27, 2019


“>New Music Friday Playlist – September 27, 2019

It’s too big of a week to cover everything, but as you can tell from the top pic, I’m very excited about this special release of unreleased demos, live cuts and collaborations with Tom Waits from The Replacements‘ Don’t Tell a Soul sessions that have just been uncovered. This is a major release from the group, and a must-listen for fans.

In official new music, country outsider Sturgill Simpson‘s latest album is out, and acts as a soundtrack to an anime film the singer masterminded. Tegan and Sara‘s latest album is filled with reimagining of songs they wrote in high school. For those of you who like straight-up well written indie tunes, you’ll like the new New Pornographers album. Or if you want some melodic power metal, Dragonforce will be your cup of tea.

Listen to these, along with new songs from Jimmy Eat World, Broken Bells, Elohim, ELO, Red City Radio, Skylar Grey and Songhoy Blues. All this and more in our NMF Playlist (link at the top) or to sample below.


Sturgill SimpsonSound & Fury

Tegan and SaraHey, I’m Just Like You

The New PornographersIn the Morse Code of Brake Lights

DragonforceExtreme Power Metal

The ReplacementsDead Man’s Pop


Noel Gallagher’s High Flying BirdsThis is the Place


Jimmy Eat World – All the Way (Stay)

Red City Radio – Love a Liar

Cursive – Black Hole Town

ASL – Till You Turned Up

Electric Light Orchestra – From Out of Nowhere

American Authors – Bring It On Home (feat. Phillip Phillips & Maddie Poppe)

GospelBeach – Let it Burn

Mike Posner – Nothing is Wrong

Vintage Trouble – Can’t Let Go

Lukas Graham – Lie

The Milk Carton Kids – I’ll Be Gone

Skylar Grey – Angel with Tattoos

Songhoy Blues – Meet Me In the City

Elohim – Paradise

Walk Off the Earth – Home Alone

Loudon Wainwright III – Ever Since the World Ended

Cake – Sun

Broken Bells – Good Luck

Foals – Into the Surf

James Arthur – Finally Feel Good

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