New Music Friday For Sep. 14: Seven Albums You Should Hear Now

Sep 14, 2018
Originally published on September 14, 2018 8:11 am

This week's run through the essential albums out Sep. 14 includes the first new music from Jump Little Children in 14 years, rapper Noname's incredible follow-up to her 2016 mixtape Telefone, one of the darkest and most distorted albums ever from the band Low, a bit of melancholy and hope from country singer Carrie Underwood and much more.

Featured Albums:

  1. Jump Little Children: SPARROW
    Featured Song: "Hand On My Heartache"
  2. Low: Double Negative
    Featured Song: "Quorum"
  3. Alejandro Escovedo: The Crossing
    Featured Song: "Teenage Luggage"
  4. 6lack: East Atlanta Love Letter
    Featured Song: "Pretty Little Fears"
  5. Pale Waves: My Mind Makes Noises
    Featured Song: "Black"
  6. Noname: Room 25
    Featured Song: "Self"
  7. Carrie Underwood: Cry Pretty
    Featured Song: "The Song We Used to Make Love to"

Other Notable Releases For Sep. 14: Richard Thompson: 13 Rivers; Paul Weller: True Meanings; Fred Thomas: Aftering; We Were Promised Jetpacks: The More I Sleep The Less I Dream; Orbital: Monsters Exist; The Goon Sax: We're Not Talking; Lyrics Born: Quite A Life; Dilly Dally: Heaven; Black Belt Eagle Scout: Mother of My Children

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