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New releases out today: Self Esteem, Lana Del Rey, Parquet Courts, The Altered Hours, JPEGMAFIA…

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Friday is album release day and here’s a rundown of what’s been released on DSPs and physical releases in record shops.


Self Esteem – Prioritise Pleasure

Rebecca Taylor is one of 2021’s brightest and most insightful sparks in music and the second Self Esteem album only cements it.


Parquet Courts – Sympathy for Life

Brooklyn indie garage punk pop band’s seventh album.


Lana Del Rey – Blue Banisters

Second album in six months from Lana.


The Altered Hours – Convertible

Cork-based shoegaze rock band’s followup to 2016’s In Heat Not Sorry.


Ross From Friends – Tread

Felix Clary Weatherall’s new album on Braindfeeder. I have enjoyed the advance tracks so far.


Wet – Letter Blue

New York three-piece R&B pop band’s new one features coproduction from Toro Y Moi.


Gemma Dunleavy – Up The Flats Remix EP

With versions by Shardo, Selky, Swing Ting and Prozak.


My Morning Jacket – My Morning Jacket

Kentucky rock band’s latest.


CIRCUIT DES YEUX -io

First studio album since 2017 and Haley Fohr’s first for Matador Records.


JPEGMAFIA – LP!

Rapper’s new album comes in both Offline and Online versions.


Carrie Baxter – What Now EP

Irish-born, London-based soul singer’s new 8-track release.


Biffy Clyro – The Myth of the Happily Ever After

Scottish rockers’ ninth studio album.

See Also


HONNE – Let’s Just Say the World Ended a Week From Now, What Would You Do?

English electronic duo’s third studio album


Lonely Guest – Lonely Guest

A new Tricky album featuring IDLES’ Joe Talbot, Marta, Kway, Lee “Scratch” Perry, Oh Land and more.


Majid Jordan – Wildest Dreams

OVO producers’ new album featuring Drake, Diddy, and Swae Lee.


Black Marble – Fast Idol

Chris Stewart’s ’80s synth-pop vibes.


Gorgeous Wrecks – Gentle Art of Persuasion

A mixture of rock, electronica and synth pop from Dublin band.


Helado Negro – Far In

Roberto Carlos Lange’s funk-tinged synth-folk.



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