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New Music Friday: January 15

Posted on January 15, 2016

A few music gems have been released into the world today and we know it’s probably hard to know where to start. Don’t fret, friends! We’ve got this under control. Here’s your guide to New Music Friday:

Daughter: Not To Disappear

The follow up to their debut album, three years ago, the London-based trio are happy to release “Not To Disappear” into the world today.

To be surrounded by people but to feel completely alone; to experience something intimate as though you’re watching from the distance: that’s what Not To Disappear is. It’s an honest, unblinking record – on that choses reality over romanticism, and the messy complexities of human emotion over the superficial tropes of mainstream culture.
The Line Best Fit

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Classified: Greatful

Could this album be Classified’s best yet? Fans definitely think so: 

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The 1975: The Sound (Single)

Today, the alt rock band debuted a new track “The Sound” that will appear on their sophomore album I Like It When You Sleep for You Are So Beautiful Yet So Unaware of It.

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In the context of the upcoming album, which Healy describes as “expansive” in terms of genre influence, the singer notes that there is a “confidence” that comes across on “The Sound” because of how especially poppy it is. “It wears its pop on its sleeve and it’s kind of unabashed,” he says. “There hasn’t been a vehicle yet for us to do that. This album is perfect [for the song] because it’s juxtaposed with everything the album is.” Rolling Stone

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Aurora: Conqueror (Single)

If low-key singer/songwriters are your jam, Aurora is going to be your next obsession. Her soft, sweet music is perfect for studying, sleeping, and everything in between.Teen Vogue

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[SEBELL]: Promiseland

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