New Music Friday – March 5, 2021

Happy Friday everyone. Here is some of the tunes that have MARCHED onto our playlist this week. It shouldn’t be any big surprise that we’ll be listening to the latest album from Southern rockers Kings of Leon. Following that, we’re gonna keep on spinning the new Rare Americans album (see our review of this one here). The Night Game has their sophomore album out to get you dancing, and emo rockers The Spill Canvas are back for the first time in years with a new album. Finally, we’ll take a dive into the new one from indie pop group Fruit Bats.

After an enticing tease campaign, St. Vincent has dropped the funky first single from her upcoming, 70’s R&B-infused album. Ska veterans The Mighty Mighty Bosstones have announced the release of their next album and dropped a second single to tide us over. Singer-songwriter ingenue Ashe has a new single with writer/producer extraordinaire Finneas, and another writer/producer of merit, Rostam, has dropped the latest song from his upcoming solo album.

Actor Tyler Posey has released his first single, featuring phem and the ever-present Travis Barker. Nathan Gray is back with another punk banger, and a long-lost acoustic song from Joe Strummer has finally been released. Indie superstar Japanese Breakfast has a new one for all of us to enjoy, and UK alternative act James is back with a new single. All of these, plus new tunes from Maroon 5, Middle Kids, Girl in Red, Short Stack, Dirty Honey, Robert Finley and the new Bruno Mars/Anderson .Paak collaboration Silk Sonic can be found in our New Music Friday Playlist!

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