5 New Albums You Should Listen to This Week!

Tyler, the Creator, December 2019 (Lia Toby/BFC/Getty Images)

Every Friday, at The Soundx we will pick some new releases, based on quality or importance, which ones you should listen to throughout the week. This week we have releases from Tyler, the Creator, Doja Cat, Lucy Dacus, Faye Webster, and The Mountain Goats.

Tyler, the CreatorCALL ME IF YOU GET LOST

CALL ME IF YOU GET LOST it’s Tyler, the Creator’s sixth studio album. It’s the follow-up to his 2019’s acclaimed IGOR and it was provoked by a phone number posted by Billboard in which you can hear a conversation between the rapper and his mother. The record features 16 new songs, including guest appearances by  Lil Uzi Vert, Pharrell Williams, and Lil Wayne, and it arrives via Columbia.

Listen: Apple Music, Spotify, and YouTube

Doja Cat Planet Her

Arriving via Kemosabe and RCA, Doja Cat’s highly anticipated third record, Planet Her, features collaborations with Ariana Grande, The Weeknd, and SZA. It’s her first full-length since 2019’s Hot Pink and it’s defined by her as “the center of the universe, and it’s where all races of space exist and it’s where all species can kind of be in harmony there.”

Listen: Apple Music, Spotify, and YouTube

Lucy Dacus Home Video

Based on her coming-of-age years growing up in Richmond, Virginia, Lucy Dacus’s third record Home Video is released through Matador. The album also features Julien Baker and Phoebe Bridgers and it’s her first record since 2018’s Historian.

Listen: Apple Music, Spotify, and YouTube

Faye WebsterI Know I’m Funny haha

I Know I’m Funny haha it’s Faye Webster’s fourth record. The follow-up to 2019’s Atlanta Millionaires Club was produced by her alongside Drew Vandenberg, features 11 new tracks, and an appearance by Mei Ehara.

Listen: Apple Music, Spotify, and YouTube

The Mountain GoatsDark in Here

In March 2020, the American band The Mountain Goats got together to craft music and ended up with two records, 2020’s Getting Into Knives and their latest release, Dark in Here. The album is their 21st album, arriving via Merge, and was defined by the band lead singer John Darnielle as “wild.” 

Listen: Apple Music, Spotify, and YouTube

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