#NewMusicFriday (February 9th 2024)

#NewMusicFriday (February 9th 2024)


As another week comes to an end, it’s time for another round of albums and EPs to see the light of day. This week’s #NewMusicFriday is led by the return of Chelsea Wolfe, who delivers her seventh album;  She Reaches Out To She Reaches Out To She’.

While after routinely dropping several singles in recent months, Swedish alt-pop three-piece Normandie unleash ‘Dopamine’. One of today’s most interesting releases is ‘A Hopeful Sign’, a collaborative record between emo pop-rockers Yellowcard and Tennessee ambient post-rockers Hammock.

Elsewhere, nothing.nowhere. confidently strides back into life as an independent artist, as he releases the first of potentially four records this year with ‘Dark Magic’. Closer to home, London hardcore punks The Chisel capture a frenzied feeling of broken Britain with their second album ‘What A Fucking Nightmare’. Brighton-based mob SNAYX are equally frustrated as they hope for ‘Better Days’ with their latest EP.

Finally, there are also new releases from tAKiDA, GalleonsThe Last Ten Seconds Of Life, The Pineapple Thief, and Imperial Wax.

Chelsea Wolfe – She Reaches Out To She Reaches Out To She

Review: Chelsea Wolfe – She Reaches Out To She Reaches Out To She

What is out on #NewMusicFriday?

Chelsea Wolfe – She Reaches Out To She Reaches Out To She
Normandie – Dopamine
Yellowcard & Hammock – A Hopeful Sign
nothing,nowhere. – Dark Magic
The Chisel – What A Fucking Nightmare
SNAYX – Better Days
Galleons – Violent Delights
The Forecast – Good Journey
The Last Ten Seconds Of Life – No Name Graves
tAKiDA – The agony flame
Imperial Wax – Tranquilliser
The Pineapple Thief – It Leads To This
Where Oceans Burn – The Faces We Portray
Infected Rain – TIME
Company Vacation – Okay Headspace
Fall Europa – King Pariah

If you think I’ve missed something or have a new album/EP/song to tell us about, tell us about it here.

If you’re looking for the latest tracks focusing on rock, punk, hardcore, metal, emo, and everything in between, then check out our ‘Newish Music’ playlist on Spotify or Apple Music.


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