Feist will release her new album, the eleven-time Juno Award-winning artist's sixth full-length album, and first release since 2017's critically acclaimed Pleasure, via Interscope Records. Multitudes took shape soon after the birth of Feist's daughter and the sudden death of her father. Amid meditations on mortality, connection, and the frenetic state of the human condition, the album ultimately radiates an ineffable sense of hope.
Wallen's 36-song, deeply personal album combines his musical influences (country/alternative/hip-hop). With so much new music, the stage is set for his 63-date/30 stadium One Night At A Time World Tour. This album follows the success of his 4x platinum, Dangerous: The Double Album, which notched historical chart status at Billboard's longest running Top 10 album for a solo artist.
Renowned for reimagining songs from American Idol to his stirring viral hit with Cher's Believe, Adam Lambert, the Grammy-nominated pop icon, LGBTQ trailblazer, and Queen frontman, brings out a wonderfully diverse collection of covers with a twist, held together by Adam's once-in-a-generation voice and trademark flair.
Dierks Bentley releases his tenth studio album on Capitol Records Nashville. The brand-new album will include 14 songs and feature duets with Ashley McBryde and Billy Strings. His latest hit single, Gold, is currently rising on the country charts. Bentley has sold over 10 million albums worldwide and garnered over four billion streams. He has 21 number one songs, three CMA Awards, and 14 Grammy nominations, and is a member of the Grand Ole Opry.
Over the past 20 years, the New Pornographers have proven themselves one of the most excellent bands in indie rock. A dazzling and intriguing collection of songs that are truly built to last, the album finds bandleader A.C. Newman and his compatriots Neko Case, Kathryn Calder, John Collins, Todd Fancey, and Joe Seiders exploring fresh territory and shattering the barriers of their collective comfort zone.
The ninth studio album from acclaimed singer-songwriter Lana Del Rey, comprised of sixteen tracks and interludes with features including Father John Misty, Tommy Genesis, Jon Batiste, Bleachers and more. It follows the prolific artist's 2021 albums Chemtrails Over the Country Club and Blue Banisters.
Following the global success of the unstoppable single Unholy featuring pop diva Kim Petras, Sam Smith will be releasing their fourth studio album. The 13-track record will be Sam's boldest statement yet and comes off the back of an undeniable run of success with the lead single from the album.
A collection of soul music gems that celebrate the legendary songbooks of Gamble and Huff, Motown, Stax, and many more. Features vocals from Springsteen and instrumentation primarily from his longtime producer Ron Aniello. The album also features guest vocals from Sam Moore.
SZNZ: Autumn was released on 9/22 (on the Autumnal Equinox), with the focus track "What Happens After You". The album features production from Robopop, Tyler Cole & Suzy Shinn and "What Happens After You" was co-written with legendary song-writer Desmon Child. SZNZ, a four EP song cycle of sorts, is the latest ambitious project from the legendary band. Already mythical across the internet, SZNZ will, fittingly, be released at the start of every season.
Taylor Swift's new studio album is available everywhere on October 21. It's a collection of music written in the middle of the night, a journey through terrors and sweet dreams. The floors we pace and the demons we face, the stories of 13 sleepless nights scattered throughout Taylor Swift's life.
Ringo Starr's newest EP features four brand new tracks featuring longtime collaborators Steve Lukather, Linda Perry, Dave Koz, José Antonio Rodriguez, and Bruce Sugar. With Ringo's instantly recognizable vocals, feel-good lyrics, and easy-breezy melodies.