Between a new Nico Vega album and a La Roux full-length, I’m not sure where to start with this week’s new album releases. Check out our list of the best albums hitting shelves today below, and be sure to let me know in the comments what you’ll be listening to first!
Alvvays – Alvvays
Canadian fuzz-pop quintet delivers their Chad VanGaalen-produced debut via Polyvinyl Records.
Anberlin – Lowborn
Rock band returns to first label, Tooth & Nail Records, to release its final album.
Colony House – When I Was Younger
Gritty rock trio’s debut album hits shelves today via Descendant Records.
Drenge – Drenge
Sibling duo from the North of England releases its debut album of raucous rock music in the US today.
La Roux – Trouble In Paradise
A little over a week after opening for New Order at The Greek, English synthpop duo La Roux offers up their new album for your listening pleasure.
Nico Vega – Lead To Light
Former LA Music Blogcast guests and LAmb favorites celebrated today’s release of their sophomore album with a show at The Roxy last night.
Nightmare and the Cat – Simple
Like Nico Vega, LA-based rockers Nightmare and the Cat know that The Roxy is the best place to celebrate a new album release, so be sure to head out to their show at the Sunset Blvd. venue tomorrow night.
PS I Love You – For Those Who Stay
Canadian indie-rock duo is back with its third album, but it’s their first to be recorded in “a proper studio.”
Rx Bandits – Gemini, Her Majesty
Orange County progressive rock quartet releases a new album and readies for a show at The Fonda Theatre with The Dear Hunter on August 8th.
Wakey!Wakey! – Salvation
Brooklyn-based band fronted by Michael Grubbs releases a new album after raising 141% of its goal via a Pledge Music campaign.
White Fence – To The Recently Found Innocent
Tim Presley and Ty Segall team up again for their second album together under the White Fence moniker, out today via Drag City.