7 New Albums You Ought to Take heed to Now: Angel Olsen, Kelly Lee Owens, Disclosure, and Extra


With so much good music released all the time, it can be difficult to determine which to listen to first. Every week Pitchfork offers a number of important new releases for streaming services. This week's series features new albums from Angel Olsen, Kelly Lee Owens, Disclosure, Jyoti, Caitlin Pasko, Samia and Sezdaliza. Subscribe to Pitchfork's New Music Friday newsletter to get our recommendations in your inbox every week. (All of the publications featured here are independently selected by our editors. However, if you buy something through our affiliate links, Pitchfork receives an affiliate commission.)

Angel Olsen: Whole New Mess [Jagjaguwar]

Before going into a studio in 2018 to complete All Mirrors, Angel Olsen recorded early versions of his songs in a church studio in Washington. Songs like "New Love Cassette", "Lark Song" and "Chance (Forever Love)" rub their shoulders with two new tracks, "Whole New Mess" and "Waving, Smiling". In a statement accompanying the record, Olsen said she wanted the recordings to capture the raw feelings of the songs' vulnerability. “The songs are completely different in my opinion. They all have different feelings because the music behind them is really different, ”she told Pitchfork.

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<p> <strong> Kelly Lee Owens: Inner Song [Smalltown Supersound] </strong> </p>
<p> After releasing her self-titled debut in 2017, Kelly Lee Owens described the three years leading up to Inner Song as some of the toughest After announcing the album with the single “Melt!” In February, the Welsh singer and producer delayed the May release date due to the pandemic and has since recorded the songs “Night,” “On,” and “Corner of My Sky ”shared an appearance by John Cale and the album included a cover of Radioheads "Weird Fishes / Arpeggi". </p>
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