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New Albums Released this week: Tame Impala, A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie and more

New Albums Released this week: Tame Impala, A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie and more

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

Tame Impala – The Slow Rush

Spend Valentine’s with your loved one – the long-awaited fourth album by everyone’s favourite psychedelic celebrity, Kevin Parker aka Tame Impala.

A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie – Artist 2.0

The Bronx rapper finally releases his highly anticipated 20 track project.

Suicideboys – Stop Staring At The Shadows

Turn Valentine’s Day into Halloween with rap’s darkest duo’s second full-length album (and 45th project!).

HMLTD – West Of Eden

London art rock five-piece’s debut album “is a portrait of a civilization on the brink of collapse. This is the world our generation will spend its lives in, and we somehow need to find love and meaning within it.

The Men – Mercy

The Men return with their eighth Sacred Bones released album. Expect an hommage to rock through the ages.

Summer Camp – Romantic Comedy

English indie-pop duo release first album since 2015.

Eden – No Future

Dublin-based musician Jonathon Ng releases second album of spatial ballad-leaning indie electronica

See Also

Tennis – Swimmer

American sweet-indie pop duo breeze through dream-pop textures on this floaty release.

Other releases of interest out today

  • Justin Bieber – Changes 
  • Le Butcherettes – DON’T BLEED EP
  • Niia – II: La Bella Vita
  • Boniface – Boniface


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