#NewMusicFriday (November 10th 2023)


In comparison to recent weeks, today is quite a subdue #NewMusicFriday.

However, there are enough releases to spark your interest. For example, Lonely The Brave’s fourth album, ‘What We Do To Feel‘, is a soul-warming return. Whereas Broadside continue to drift between their pop-punk foundations and alt-pop with their latest full-length – ‘Hotel Bleu’.

L.S. Dunes serve up a different perspective of last year’s impressive debut, ‘Past Lives’ with a collection of demos titled ‘Lost Songs: Lines and Shapes’. Guitar virtuoso Sophie Lloyd steps away from Machine Gun Kelly’s backup band to showcase her axe-shredding skills on ‘Imposter Syndrome’, with a whole host of guests lending their vocals including Lizzy Hale, Matthew K. Heafy, and Brandon Saller.

Elsewhere, there’s New Orleans mob, HourHouse, who deliver a feral mix of rap-rock. ‘GOLD TOOTH GURU’ provides its fair share of breakdowns, drill beats, and nu-metal blasts. While genre-moulding duo Holy Wars look to leave their mark with ‘Cult Classic‘, and UK up-and-comers Blue Stragglers showcase a rousing mix of fuzz-laden rock with their second EP, ‘Fool’s Errand’. From Canada, meet Locket who showcase their brand of emo rock on ‘Superluminal’.

What is out on #NewMusicFriday?

Lonely The Brave – What We Do To Feel
Broadside – Hotel Bleu
L.S. Dunes – Lost Songs: Lines and Shapes
Sophie Lloyd – Imposter Syndrome
Holy Wars – Cult Classic
Bush – Loaded: The Greatest Hits 1994-2023
Bleed From Within – Shrine (Deluxe Edition)
HourHouse – Gold Tooth Guru
Locket – Superluminal
Bad Touch – Bittersweet Satisfaction
Autarkh – Emergent
Blue Stragglers – Fool’s Errand EP
Archives – No Bliss In Ignorance
Gama Bomb – BATS
TX2 – Ghost Of LA
Ex Everything – Slow Change Will Pull Us Apart
Triumph Of Death – Resurrection Of The Flesh
Chris Urriola – Elemental EP

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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