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Five Albums We Can’t Wait to Hear This Month

Five Albums We Can’t Wait to Hear This Month

March is shaping up to be a fantastic month for music enthusiasts, with a slew of highly anticipated albums set to hit the shelves. From pop anthems to introspective folk melodies, there’s a little something for everyone. Here are five albums we can’t wait to hear:

1. Bleachers – Bleachers (March 8)

Jack Antonoff’s project Bleachers returns with their self-titled album, promising a sonic journey that blends infectious pop hooks with introspective lyrics. Having spent the last few years co-producing for a pop star or two, we’re glad to see Antonoff back in his own studio recreating that distinctively unique Bleachers sound. Last month, Bleachers dropped the music video for “Tiny Moves,” featuring Antonoff’s newlywed Margaret Qualley dancing along to the beat, and let’s just say she wasn’t the only one.

2. Justin Timberlake – Everything I Thought It Was (March 15)


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This one isn’t just for boyband fanatics. Justin Timberlake is making a long-awaited return with Everything I Thought It Was, an album that he says will showcase his evolution as an artist. We’re sure it will have his signature blend of R&B, pop and soul. But what we’re truly most excited about is a studio version of his electric collaboration with hip-hop artist Tobe Nwigwe. When the duo premiered their song on SNL back in February, we had no idea what to expect. Here’s hoping there’s more than one exciting collaboration between Nwigwe and Timberlake in the future.

3. Kacey Musgraves – Deeper Well (March 15)

Grammy-winning singer-songwriter Kacey Musgraves announced her highly anticipated album Deeper Well during this year’s Grammy Award ceremony — not in a Taylor Swift style, of course. But her upcoming album will surely be full of her trademark wit and vulnerability while she explores themes of love, longing and the human experience. And while plenty of other artists are dipping their toe into the country genre this month (*cough Beyoncé cough*), Musgraves is out to prove she’s in a league of her own.

4. Waxahatchee – Tigers Blood (March 30)

Indie darling Waxahatchee returns with Tigers Blood, an album that will be full of Katie Crutchfiel’s signature raw honesty and evocative storytelling. Waxahatchee has been on the rise for the last several years, performing at shows and festivals around the country. She’s nearly perfected the blend of folk and country, so if you aren’t a fan of her yet, there’s a good chance that one listen to Tigers Blood will change that.

5. VOUS Worship – Always a Good Time (March 30)

If you’ve been looking for new music to add to your worship playlist, VOUS Worship has you covered. Always a Good Time gets right to the heart of worship with songs that uplift, inspire and remind us why we worship in the first place. The first singles from the upcoming album are full of insightful and praiseworthy lyrics that are exactly what we need to hear this month.

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