So if not for a Super Typhoon, I would currently be getting ready to take a flight to Tokyo today. Instead, I’m here to present to you another New Music Friday.
Punk rocker-turned folk singer Tim Barry‘s new album is filled with sparse beauty, while Cursive‘s new one is sure to be brimming with noisy passion. Allah-Las‘ new record will be great for chilling on the chilly winter beaches, and Joseph Arthur‘s will be perfect for a quiet campfire.
Ruston Kelly gives us an EP of emo/pop punk covers, and Foo Fighters have dropped another surprise EP of b-sides and rarities. In singles, we get another short punk burst from Green Day, Liz Phair‘s first new single in ages, a new one from James Arthur featuring Travis Barker, and Julien Baker seems to be taunting me by releasing a new song titled “Tokyo”.
Check all of those out and more below, or make it easy on yourself and follow our NMF Playlist at the top.
Tim Barry – The Roads to Richmond
Allah Las – LAHS
Cursive – Get Fixed
Joseph Arthur – Come Back World
Ruston Kelly – Dirt Emo Vol 1
Foo Fighters – 01020225 EP
Simple Creatures – One Little Lie
Liz Phair – Good Side
Fat Tony – Godly (feat. Negashi Armada)
Green Day – Fire, Ready, Aim
Ships Have Sailed – Skin
Matthew Ryan – Avalanche of Stars
Julien Baker – Tokyo
Van Morrison – Days Gone By
Yelawolf – Opie Taylor
Elijah Ocean – Cleaned Up in Vegas
Mike Posner – Keep Going (feat. Logic)
Michael Kiwanuka – Hero
James Arthur – You (feat. Travis Barker)
Gerry Cinnamon – Sun Queen
James Blunt – I Told You
Simple Plan x State Champs – Where We Belong (feat. We the Kings)
Yungblud – Original Me (feat. Dan Reynolds)
The Damned – Black is the Night