NEW MUSIC FRIDAY: Releases For The Week of September 2, 2016

One release to Remember this week.

One release to Remember this week.

This year’s Labor Day release schedule is slower than the traffic you’ll inevitably be sitting in on the way to the beach. Will there be any surprise sets coming? We’ll keep you posted. For now, here are the notable albums and singles released this week:

  • A DAY TO REMEMBER — Bad Vibrations (iTunes)
    • This Florida act will likely land one of the week’s higher debuts with their first studio album since 2013. A radio single from it, “Paranoia”, recently reached the top ten on the Active Rock chart.
  • TRAVIS SCOTT — Birds In The Trap Sing McKnight (iTunes)
    • Scott has been teasing the release of this set on social media, which may be debuting on a Beats 1 special tomorrow. If it indeed comes out, look for it to be a contender for #1.
  • More albums out this week: Angel Olsen‘s My Woman (iTunes), Dallas Smith‘s Side Effects (iTunes), Izzy Bizu‘s A Moment Of Madness (iTunes), James Vincent McMorrow‘s We Move (iTunes)
  • More EPs out this week: Dagny‘s Ultraviolet (iTunes), FRENSHIP‘s Truce (iTunes), Ryan Follese‘s Ryan Follese (iTunes)

New digital-only singles that you can buy this week include:

  • “Adrenaline”, Zedd featuring Grey (iTunes)
  • “Ain’t My Fault”, Zara Larsson (iTunes)
  • “Animals”, Ben Hobbs (iTunes)
  • “Come Up For Air”, Skylar Grey (iTunes)
  • “Hard Girls”, KT Tunstall (iTunes)
  • “Horizon”, KYKO (iTunes)
  • “I Believe In You”, Michael Bublé (iTunes)
  • “I Can’t Stop Thinking About You”, Sting (iTunes)
  • “Kite Like Girl”, Gavin DeGraw (iTunes)
  • “Like Tomorrow Never Comes”, Colbie Caillat (iTunes)
  • “Mediator”, AlunaGeorge (iTunes)
  • “Radio”, Sylvan Esso (iTunes)
  • “Ring Around Your Heart”, Graham Colton (iTunes)
  • “Send Them Off!”, Bastille (iTunes)
  • “Undefeatable”, Young Rising Sons (iTunes)
  • “#WHERESTHELOVE”, Black Eyed Peas featuring The World (iTunes)
  • “Words Like Weapons”, Clairity (iTunes)

We’ll see you next week for new releases from Bastille, Jason Aldean, The Head And The Heart and more.

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