UK dance-pop veterans Hot Chip are about to release their blissfully titled new album, A Bath Full of Ecstasy, their first since 2015's Why Make Sense?. The LP marks their first time working with outside producers, and in doing so has refined their ability to create serious yet hopeful songs that deal with love and intimacy.
June 21st. Their third album for Domino
Brighton-based electronic group Fujiya and Miyagi have returned with a new album Flashback
This Fall, Natasha Khan will release Lost Girls, her fifth studio album as Bat For Lashes. It’ll be her first new material since her last full-length, 2016’s The Bride.
Lost Girls is out 9/6 via AWAL Recordings.
August 20 the Depot
Sleater-Kinney confirmed what’s been suspected since it was revealed that it was working on new music with St. Vincent back in January: The rock trio has a new album—its tenth!—called The Center Won’t Hold coming out on August 16 on Mom + Pop Records.
Katherine Paul’s first Black Belt Eagle Scout album, 2017’s Mother Of My Children, was re-released by Saddle Creek last summer and quickly became a favorite of mine. She has announced its full-length follow-up, which is called At The Party With My Brown Friends, and sharing its lead single and quasi-title track, “At The Party.” At The Party With My Brown Friends is out 8/30 via Saddle Creek