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New Albums Released this week: Caribou, Soccer Mommy, Autre Monde, Princess Nokia, Real Estate & more

New Albums Released this week: Caribou, Soccer Mommy, Autre Monde, Princess Nokia, Real Estate & more


Friday is album release day and here’s a quick rundown of what’s been released today. Check back next week for our favourites.

Caribou – Suddenly

Fifth album from Dan Snaith’s Caribou project, which we reviewed on this week’s podcast.

Soccer Mommy – color theory

Second album from Nashville singer-songwriter Sophie Allison.

Autre Monde – The Imaginary Museum

Dublin band is inspired by “early Brian Eno, John Cale plus post-punk kind of seam,” with references to ESG, Television, Suicide, The Slits and Pere Ubu.

Christine & The Queens – La Vita Nuova EP

New 6-track EP from the French musician.

Princess Nokia – Everything is Beautiful / Everything Sucks

Two albums released this week by the New York rapper.

God Knows – Who’s Asking EP

As premiered yesterday – big energy. Don’t sleep on this.

See Also

Real Estate – The Main Thing

New Jersey indie rock band’s fifth album who play Dublin in June.

RZA – Guided Explorations

The Wu’s RZA releases a meditation EP. Yes.

Other releases of interest out today

  • Franc Moody – Dream in Colour
  • Alice Jemima – Everything Changes
  • Hudson Taylor – Loving Everywhere I Go
  • Tomorrows – The Night Chorus 2
  • Emma Langford – Sowing Acorns

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