All the new music you need to know about this week

Jack White, Cold War Kids, K.Flay, Father John Misty

April 7, 2017

Fridays are the best day of the week for a lot of reasons, but arguably the best part of Friday is all the new music we get. 

Check out all the new stuff this week to add to your playlist:

K.Flay - Every Where Is Some Where
We had K.Flay in the studio a couple weeks ago where she talked about her new album, her new single "High Enough," and...pepperoni. This girl is going places and her new album is going to be one you'll be listening to all year.

Cold War Kids - LA Divine
It's safe to say there's a lot more excitement around the new Cold War Kids album than we've seen with the last couple. Between the dancy new single "Love Is Mystical" and pairing up with one of our favorites, Bishop Briggs, I definitely plan to give this album a few solid listens. 

Father John Misty - Pure Comedy
Life is bleak, pointless, and we are all wandering aimlessly entertaining ourselves with politics. Well, so says Father John Misty. Sometimes cryptic, sometimes straight to the point, the new album can almost be seen as a direct line into the thoughts of the always sarcastic crooner. Pure Comedy is piano-heavy ballad fest, though you can definitely still groove to "Total Entertainment Forever."

Future Islands - The Far Field
Speaking of dancing... The latest from Future Islands is the 80s pop you need to dance your tight little pants off. 

Jack White - "Battle Cry"
No words. No announcement. No fanfare. Very Jack White of you, Jack White. White dropped a new song, his first new music since Lazaretto in 2014. Yeah, it's for a commercial for a baseball bat (the company that makes the bat is co-owned by Jack White), but the song still rocks, and you can get a limited-run 7" on Record Store Day.

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