Happy Tuesday, readers! Got an eclectic mix of album releases to share with you today, so without further adieu, here are the albums we think are worth a spin.
Drowners – Drowners
Expect to hear plenty of the songs from this New York post-punk act’s new album when they play Coachella this April.
Dum Dum Girls – Too True
Another Coachella act, this all-female rock quartet releases its third full-length on long-time label Sub Pop Records today.
Hospitality – Trouble
Brooklyn indie-pop trio tries to build on the buzz of their debut with a sophomore album on Merge Records.
Leif Vollebekk – North Americana
After two years of writing and recording, Canadian Leif Vollebekk releases his new album of folk songs.
Morgan Delt – Morgan Delt
You can find out everything you need to know about the debut from this LA-based psychedelic maestro by reading David’s review of the album.
Of Mice & Men – Restoring Force
Looking for something a bit more aggressive? Check out Costa Mesa metalcore band Of Mice & Men’s third full-length album.
Sleepy Sun – Maui Tears
These Northern Californians took enough time off from touring to release their fourth LP via Dine Alone Records.
The Autumn Defense – Fifth
Wilco bassist John Stirratt’s side project releases its (you guessed it) fifth full-length album via Yep Roc Records.
The Gaslight Anthem – The B-Sides
New Jersey rockers release a compilation of various b-sides and outtakes via SideOneDummy Records today.