New Music Friday: Smashing Pumpkins, ADTR, Powfu, +More
It's another New Music Friday jam-packed with releases.
New Music Friday is when we talk about the new alternative music releases. Whether it's albums, singles, or remastered albums, we cover it all. Let's waste no time and get right to the music released today, Friday, November 20.
While they're getting ready to release their new album, Cyr, Smashing Pumpkin shave released two new songs. The new tracks are titled "DULCET IN E" and "Purple Blood". Cyr will be out on Friday, November 27. Listen to "Purple Blood" below.
Touring plans for Bob Moses, like many other artists, was halted in 2020. Today, they released a new album of what would have been their 2020 show. The album is titled Falling Into Focus-Live 2020. Not only is it music, but it is also a video of the performance. The show will be live-streamed today and the album is already available, according to the Vancouver Sun. Check out the entire live concert, thanks to Owen Brown of CTRL5 Agency, below.
Powfu, the group behind the smash hit "Deathbed (Coffee For Your Head)" has now released an EP. It's titled Some Boring Love Stories Pt. 5 (EP). Listen to the single from the album here.
A Day To Remember
ADTR dropped a new song this week called "Brick Wall" and announced a new album. Their upcoming album, You're Welcome, will be out in March 2021, but preorders are already going on now. Check out "Brick Wall" below.
Lana Del Rey
Lana released a cover of George Gershwin's song "Summertime". According to Pitchfork, Lana will be releasing a collection of classic songs soon, but her upcoming album, Chemtrails Over the Country Club, has been delayed. Check out Lana Del Rey's version of "Summertime" below.
Live Versions, Reissues, + More
A few artists have issued some new versions of their already released music. AWOLNATION dropped a live studio version of their newest album Angel Miners & The Lightning Riders. Coldplay put out a yellow translucent vinyl of their album Parachutes. Finally, Young The Giant has released a 10th-anniversary edition of their self-titled first album. Don't forget, Young The Giant has a Livestream concert on Saturday, November 21, where they are performing their entire first album.