New Music Friday – November 8, 2019

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New Music Friday Playlist – November 8, 2019

There’s something about Van Morrison‘s music that fits in well with the fall, so it’s nice that we’re receiving his latest collection of original tunes today. Indy Review favorite Dessa is also back, having recorded a a live album with the full Minnesota Orchestra, and further proving she is one of the most undeniably talented artists out there.

In singles, hard rock legend Ozzy Osbourne, fresh off his first appearance on the Billboard Top 10 guesting with Post Malone, has dropped his first single in a decade. For something a bit different, you can find a new tune from former World Watch artist, Syrian musician Omar Souleyman. There’s also the latest tracks from reliable favorites Beck, Coldplay, The Shins, Naked and Famous and Atmosphere.

Listen to all of these below, or make it easy on yourself and follow our NMF Playlist (link at the top of the page).

ALBUMS:

DessaSound the Bells: Recorded Live at Orchestra Hall

Van MorrisonThree Chords and the Truth

SINGLES:

Omar Souleyman – Shi Tridin

Naked and Famous – Sunseeker

Beck – Dark Places

Coldplay – Everyday Life

Beach Slang – Tommy in the 80’s

Ozzy Osbourne – Under the Graveyard

The Shins – Waimanalo / Trapped by the Sea

Atmosphere – Bde Maka Ska

Menahan Street Band – Tommy Don’t

The Mowgli’s – Fighting With Yourself

AWOLNATION – The Best

Best Coast – For the First Time

Easy Life x Arlo Parks – Sangria

Zac Clark – Mountains (feat. Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness)

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