New Music Friday – October 8, 2021

It seems to be singer-songwriter NMF today based on the new albums arriving in. One of our newest favorites, Sam Fender, has released his second full length which is a must-hear. Next, low key indie songwriter Noah Gundersen brings us a new collection of emotional rockers. Darker rap/punk Poorstacy‘s new full length is hitting in the right season. Finally, recent Check This artist Christian Lopez has his newest album out to entrance your ears.

The array of new singles out this week is pretty wide. Break-out Italian rock band Maneskin have their first new single since they became global sensations. Nate Ruess of fun. has dropped his first new solo single in a long time, and Mitski is back with a new one which is already garnering hundreds of thousands of streams.

Phoebe Bridgers has released her Bo Burnham cover to streamers, with all proceeds going to fight the Texas Abortion law, so dream away. Soul rocker Curtis Harding has another new one to preview his next album, as do Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes. Tears for Fears have dropped a new song from their upcoming comeback album, and Dan Andriano (of Alkaline Trio) has the first single from his next solo album out).

UK singer-songwriter Tom Walker has teamed up with Masked Wolf for his latest single. Speaking of collaborations, we have the second new one from Robert Plant & Alison Krauss‘ beloved pairing. Add in a b-side from AFI, and new ones from Gang of Youths, Andy Frasco & The U.N., Calling All Captains, Our Lady Peace, SEB, Koffee, Joyner Lucas and two covers by Cat Power, and you know you’ve got some good stuff for the weekend.

This week’s new artists going into rotation in our playlist are Bristol to Memory, DBMK, Near Tears, Sarko Montaug, Wild Heart Club, William Russell Wallace, Simon and the Island, Manuel the Band and Conor Albert with Maya Delilah.

Hear all this goodness and more in our New Music Friday Playlist!

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