HipsterZOMBIEJoint New Music Friday Picks 2/12/21

Lots of great new albums are dropping today to get us rockin’ through the weekend! All of these albums and more are now streaming on Apple Music and Spotify.

Death By Rock & Roll – The Pretty Reckless

Per Gigwise:

The four years since The Pretty Reckless’ last release, 2016’s Who You Selling For, have been some of the hardest years of the band’s lives. Just under a year after the death of Soundgarden’s Chris Cornell, with whom the band had toured, they learned that their producer and close friend Kato Khandwala was killed in a motorcycle accident. After such a dark period, Death by Rock and Roll represents, more than anything else, a light at the end of the tunnel. After the year we’ve all had, an album that refuses to shy away from life’s tragedies is more important than ever.

Earth Is A Black Hole – Teenage Wrist

Per New Noise Magazine:

For L.A. alt-rockers Teenage Wrist, their second LP drops in a time of chaos and crisis. The old way is gone, and the nu-normal doesn’t look much brighter. Conversations that used to contain shades of optimism or outright pessimism now fall back on a grim sense of realism and resignation. And it’s this pervasive sense of existential malaise that makes an album title like Earth Is A Black Hole feel less like artistic metaphor and more of an accurate assessment of collective mood.

Future Nostalgia (Moonlight Edition) – Dua Lipa

Per Beyond The Stage Magazine

Back, and better than ever, Dua Lipa releases her latest album Future Nostalgia- The Moonlight Edition, which contains the new song“We’re Good.” Packed full of co-collaborators that range from Miley Cirus, Da-Baby, J Balvin, to Bad Bunny. The Moonlight Edition will have you rocking to the beat, and enlighted by the variety of vibrations that are brought forward.

State Of Me (single) Lacey Sturm

The platinum-selling, Grammy-nominated former frontwoman of FLYLEAF wrote the new song with SKILLET’s John and Korey Cooper. The single is available now at digital and streaming outlets everywhere from Followspot Records / The Fuel Music. Marking a continued return to Lacey’s hard-rock roots, “State Of Me” extends an aggressive, musically violent lifeline to herself, and to those hanging over the precipice; those drowning under a crushing weight.

Come back next week for a fresh batch of new music picks only on the HipsterZOMBIEJoint Experience!

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