Happy Monday Tuesday! Nothing like a long weekend to make the start of the work week feel just a little more daunting, but thankfully we have a solid lineup of new album releases to get you through the day! Check out the albums that have us excited this week, and be sure to let me know in the comments what you’ll be listening to today.

Angel Olsen – Burn Your Fire for No Witness
Check out Jay’s review for all the details on Olsen’s latest full-length effort.


Bayside – Cult
NYC indie rockers release their sixth studio album today through Hopeless Records.

Bayside Cult

Chicano Batman – Cycles Of Existential Rhyme
East LA band release its sophomore album via El Relleno Records, and if you like what you hear from it, be sure to head out to their show at La Cita this Saturday.


Guided by Voices – Motivational Jumpsuit
Reformed American indie rock band releases its 20th album featuring 20 tracks of new music written by Robert Pollard.

guided by voices motivational jumpsuit

Lost in the Trees – Past Life
Ari Picker-fronted four-piece releases their highly anticipated follow-up to 2012’s A Church That That Fits Our Needs via Anti- Records.

Past Life Lost In The Trees

Phantogram – Voices
Electro/indie-pop duo releases their sophomore album today via Republic Records, their first full-length release since 2009.

Phantogram Voices

Solids – Blame Confusion
Montreal emo two-piece offers up its debut album, recorded by Adrian Popovich at Mountain City Studio (We Are Wolves, Sam Roberts, The Dears, etc.). Catch them at The Church on York on March 8th if you like what you hear.

solids blame confusion

The Jezabels – The Brink
Australian rock quartet releases their sophomore album today after two years of incessant touring.

The Jezebels The Brink

We Are The In Crowd – Weird Kids
Pop punk band’s sophomore effort is out today via Hopeless Records.

we are the in crowd weird kids

William Fitzsimmons – Lions
Frequently licensed songwriter releases his latest collection of tracks today, some of which I’m sure you’ll hear live when he plays The Troubadour in May.

william fitzsimmons lions